Artist, Printer, Teacher.
Ken Lovell is a visual artist living and working in Hamden, Connecticut. He works with both traditional and digital materials to create paintings, prints and drawings. His most recent work includes 3D printed elements and electronic micro-controllers. Check out his Sketchbook/Blog for work in progress or to attend one of his workshops.
Ken holds an MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale University and a BFA from Indiana University in printmaking. He was the Associate Director of the Yale University Digital Media Center for the Arts from 1998-2015. He is currently adjunct faculty at Southern Connecticut State University and at Choate Rosemary Hall. He also teaches workshops at the the Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven, CT. He has taught workshops and classes at the Yale School of Art, the Yale School of Drama, the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT, Naugatuck Valley Community College, and the Washington Art Association in Washington Depot, CT. He teaches a wide variety of subjects in digital and traditional media primarily related to 2D and 3D imaging. He has consulted on numerous projects in digital graphics, printmaking, programming, electronics, theatrical design, 3D scanning and printing. He has worked extensively with the Yale Art Gallery and Yale's Peabody Museum to develop digital media standards and best practices. His teaching focuses on interdisciplinary digital media and arts production designed to integrate emerging technologies into traditional art workflows.