Ann Craven received her MFA from Columbia University, New York and her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art. Craven’s paintings utilize memory and repetition to illustrate nature in its duality of constancy and change. Her various series include paintings of moons, birds, and other animal subjects, as well as abstract paintings of stripes that replicate the colors in her unique palettes. Recent solo exhibitions in 2018 include "Sunset Moon" at KARMA, New York, and "Snowbirds" at Nina Johnson, Miami. Other major solo exhibitions include "Animals 1999-2017", at Southard Reid, London (2017); "Hello, Hello, Hello" at Maccarone, NYC (2016); "I like Blue" at Gallery DIET, Miami (2015), "Untitled (Palettes: Naked, Tagged)", "2014-15", at Southard Reid Gallery, London (2015) and "Ann Craven" at Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles (2014). Craven’s work has been exhibited internationally and reviewed in publications including The New York Times, Modern Painters, Art News, LA Times, Art in America, Artforum, Flash Art, The New Yorker, and Frieze, among others. Her paintings are in the public collections of the FRAC Champagne Ardenne in Reims, France; Henry Art Gallery, Faye G. Allen Center for the Visual Arts, Seattle, WA; MCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL; MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY; and The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. Craven lives and works in New York City.