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Freedom’s Folly is an aluminum fabrication by artist Kenneth Ryden, depicting the contrasting definitions of the term “freedom.” Self-determination and individual expression are implied. A native of Chicago, Ryden taught and served as artist-in-residence at several Midwestern universities, including Southern Illinois University and the University of Missouri. He is artist-in-residence and professor of art at Anderson University and lives in Yorktown, Indiana.
Medium type: Aluminum
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