Ajean Lee Ryan, "Night Hunt"
Wolverine Farm Fort Collins
Mar. 28 May. 23
As of late, the past year due to COVID perhaps, I have been able to see the night sky much more clearly than ever before. This piece is about one night in particular in which the bats were flying along with the sparrows- all on the hunt to feast on the miller moths in flight in the dark.
Ajean Lee Ryan creates drawings, sculptures and installations based on the themes of abstraction, female identity and the domestic landscape. She received her BA with honors in Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting from UCLA and then went to receive her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at UC Berkeley. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in museums, galleries as well as non-profit spaces. Ajean has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and the Creative Capital Workshop Grant. She is an Associate Professor of Drawing at Colorado State University and currently lives in Loveland, Colorado.