Anna Korver





Anna Korver holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture from the University of Canterbury (2003).

A full time sculptor, Korver has participated in more than 80 national and international sculpture symposia and sculpture park exhibitions.

In New Zealand, Korver’s work has been exhibited on multiple occasions at New Zealand Sculpture Onshore (Devonport), Sculpture on the Peninsula (Banks Peninsula) and Art in a Garden (Canterbury). Korver has twice exhibited as part of Shapeshifter at the Dowse (Lower Hutt), and has twice been a finalist in the prestigious Wallace Art Awards (2016 and 2018).

The artist was awarded first prize for her work at sculpture symposia in Rotorua (2014), Whangarei (2012) and Coromandel (2008).

In 2021, following a three-week live sculpting period, Korver was awarded first prize at the Tuwaiq International Sculpture Symposium in Saudi Arabia. 

Korver is a former a co-owner of The Korver Molloy Gallery and Sculpture Park, which operated in Taranaki for four years.