Fan Lee Warren
Shifting Messages


DATES: February 1 - May 10, 2020

RECEPTION: February 7, 2020 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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Artist Info

Fan Lee Warren is a contemporary African American artist. She lives, works and teaches drawing, painting and art history, at Laney Community College in Oakland, CA. Born in Birmingham, AL and raised in Chicago, Warren’s art pays homage to historical memories, such as the great migration, the insightful wisdom of her elders and constant civil strife.

She has been exhibiting works on paper, sculptures, and installations for over three decades. Her work is in several public collections such as the New Harold Washington Library Center in Chicago and the Alameda County Art Commission in Oakland, CA as well as private collections.

Warren has received numerous grants, awards and art commissions including a Western States Arts Federation/National Endowment for the Arts.

Her work has been reviewed in American Vision, The New Art Examiner, Art week, and The International Review of African American Art. Her art has also been featured in publications and catalogs such as Alameda Arts Commission Public Art Program, A Contemporary History, and Gumbo Ya Ya Anthology of Contemporary African American Women Artist.