Benjamin Winans (b. 1987, Raleigh,NC)
Benjamin is an installation artist, printmaker, and scholar whose work addresses the intersection of evangelical Christianity and American culture, faith and doubt, and the search for grace and redemption. He graduated in 2018 with a BFA in Painting and Printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Winans has exhibited nationally and internationally, including a solo show at Gallery Edit in Richmond as well as group shows in Richmond, Ann Arbor, I, Providence, RI, Wichita, KS, Lucknow, India and Tokyo, Japan.
Benjamin is currently living with his wife and two cats in Ann Arbor, MI where he is finishing his MFA at Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan.
Exhibited at First Pres is a sculpture titled Phamtom Linb, and is part of Benjamin Winan's Master of Fine Arts thesis shown on display at Stamps Gallery March 12 through May 2.
Additional information about Benjamin and a Virtual Art Exhibit by Benjamin Winans is currently available at www.benjaminwinans.weebly.com