"Oakland-based artist Jann Nunn has exhibited, lectured and held residencies internationally since 1987 including England, Korea, Germany and throughout the United States. Her work is represented in several public and numerous private collections including di Rosa Preserve, Stadt-Sparkasse, and Common Ground’s New Milestone Project. Nunn has created several large-scale works in public places, notably a multi-genocidal memorial on the grounds of Sonoma State University where she is Professor of Sculpture. Jann’s constructions often involve much research, carefully weighing content with material selection and presentation methods along with gut instinct – a marriage of head and heart – resulting in forms from sculpture and installation to works on paper and ranging in scale from monumental to minute. Jann studied art at University of Alaska Anchorage, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine, and received an MFA in Sculpture from San Francisco Art Institute."