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Lee Ann Paynter

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Regression
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Fall
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Connection
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Discontent
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Emerge
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Just Out of Reach, 9/2012
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Cocoon
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Color Abstraction 13, August 23, 2011 Photography 18" X 13.5" © Lee Ann Paynter
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2011 California Institute of the Arts MFA Graduate Exhibition, June 25, 2011
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Danville, KY
Birth year
1964
Lives in
Danville, KY
Works in
Lexington, KY
Schools
CalArts (California Institute of the Arts), 2011, MFA
University of Kentucky, 2009, BFA
Tags
installation, video-art, traditional, photography, digital, abstract, conceptual
Statement

Lee Ann Paynter is an artist, activist and educator.  She currently lives in Kentucky, and is the Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Morehead State University.  With an MFA in Photography and Media from California Institute of the Arts, her oeuvre consists of traditional methods of photography, digital media, sound design, video and installation.  Lee Ann’s work takes on social and political issues investigating the ideas and agency around intolerance and acceptance, inequality, gender roles, and environmental issues, as well as the media’s role in those representations.  Committed to social justice, she serves as a representative on the Steering Committee for Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, and has both an active socially engaged practice and an active exhibition schedule.  Lee Ann’s work has been exhibited both regionally and nationally.