Crystal Ann Brown is an interdisciplinary artist currently working in Buckhannon, West Virginia. In 2012 she earned her MFA in sculpture and expanded practice from Ohio University School of Art. She is drawn to the domestic and strives to reveal the inherently underappreciated aspects of everyday life through the use of textiles, sculpture, time-based media, social practice and drawing. Crystal is also the founder and director of The Hown’s Den: A Nomadic + Domestic Exhibition Space that works to bring new ways of viewing contemporary art to her community. In 2018 her work was included in the Gift exhibition at the Moon Gallery, in Mount Berry, Gorgia and at the Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens, Ohio, in 2015 Crystal had a solo exhibition at Sleeth Gallery in Buckhannon, West Virgina and in 2013 her work was included in Chasing Horizons, an exhibition at the Charles Allis Museum of Decorative Arts in Milwaukee. Crystal has been asked to participate as a guest critic in the sculpture department at the Kansas City Art Institute and is currently an adjunct professor at West Virginia Wesleyan College and director of the college art gallery.