Lithographs by Cameron’s Katherine Liontas-Warren selected for national exhibitions

“A Vessel of Love” and “Secret Sisters of Yesteryear,” stone lithographs by Cameron University Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren, have been selected for inclusion in two upcoming competitive art exhibitions. Both have been chosen for the 49th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show sponsored by Del Mar College. In addition, “A Vessel of Love” will be on display at the Washington Art Works: Aviary Exhibition.

photo of stone lithograph titled Secret Sisters of YesteryearWashington Art Works: Aviary Exhibition showcases the splendor and versatility of birds. The exhibition will run from March 6 to March 27 in the Urban by Nature gallery of Washington Arts Works in Rockville, Md. The exhibition juror is Patterson Clark, National Sciences Graphics Editor, Washington Post.

Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas, will present the 49th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show from February 20 through May 8. The exhibition juror is Chris Ramsay, Professor of Art, Oklahoma State University.

A member of the Cameron faculty since 1984, Liontas-Warren teaches drawing, watercolor and printmaking. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Texas Tech University and a Bachelor of Science from Southern Connecticut University.  In November 2014, she was honored with the Governor’s Arts in Education Award, recognizing outstanding leadership and service in the arts benefitting youth and/or arts in education. She is also the recipient of Cameron’s Bhattacharya Research Excellence Award and has been inducted into the Cameron University Alumni Association’s Faculty Hall of Fame. Liontas-Warren has been honored as Artist of the Year by the Paseo Art Association in Oklahoma City and as Artist and Educator of the Year through the Lawton Arts and Humanities Council.

Her work has been exhibited in more than 350 national solo, invitational and juried competitive exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad, and she has received numerous purchase and juried awards. Many of her prints and drawings are in permanent collections in museums and institutions throughout the nation, including the Arkansas Art Center, Museum of Texas Tech University: The Artist Printmaker Research Collection, The Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, University of Colorado, University of North Dakota, Oklahoma Art Institute: Quartz Mountain Lodge, Del Mar College, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Leslie Powell Foundation Art Gallery, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art and Nicolls State University.

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February 5, 2015

PR# 15-015