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Textile art and drawing as meditation with Ayn Hanna

Beyond the Gallery | Season Four

 

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Today we continue this season with Ayn Hanna, a textile artist in Downtown Fort Collins Creative District.

Drawing for Ayn is a form of meditation. It’s a way she can access the most inner parts of herself and make sense of the world.

AYN’S BIO

Ayn is a printmaker and textile artist. Her subject matter includes imagery from the natural world as well as abstract compositions informed by her dreams. Ayn’s work is an exploration of ideas and processes, incorporating drawing, layers, patterns and texture to achieve visual storytelling.

Discover more about Ayn’s textile art at aynhanna.com →

SPONSORS

Season Four of Beyond the Gallery is sponsored by Colorado Creative Industries. A division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Colorado Creative Industries believes in the power of creativity to inspire human connections, create social change and support economic vibrancy throughout Colorado. They believe in the practice of creation, the artists and entrepreneurs who contribute to our rich culture and the benefits of our creative economy. Colorado Creative Industries supports and encourages the innovators, creators, change-makers and dreamers who improve our quality of life and make Colorado creative. They focus on strengthening the vitality of visual, performing and literary arts through promotion, resources and funding opportunities. They believe in bold innovation and the invaluable contributions the arts bring to this beautiful state.

 

  • Karen McLain

    What a wonderful interview! I admire Ayn’s work and process. Thank you!

  • danne

    always love your work Zack!

 

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