Ken Ryden

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Ken Ryden

Ken Ryden Bio
Ken Ryden, professor emeritus, works primarily in bronze; he teaches in the areas of ceramics and sculpture.

Ryden's specialty is site-specific sculpture created for public or private environments. His public commissions include memorials of pitcher Carl Erskine, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the late Indiana governor Frank O'Bannon. Many of his outdoor sculptures can be found around the city of Anderson and in various other cities throughout the Midwest.

Ryden received his BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Superior, and his MFA from the University of Kansas.

Ken Ryden has been at Anderson University since 1983.

Read Ken Ryden's Artist Statement

Contact Kenneth:
kgryden@anderson.edu
Professor of Art
B.F.A., University of Wisconsin, Superior;
M.F.A., University of Kansas