Artwork by CU professor chosen for exhibition

An original pastel drawing by Cameron University professor of art Katherine Liontas-Warren has been selected for inclusion in the 32nd Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. The exhibition runs from March 6 - April 19 at the Hartman Center Art Gallery.

Artwork of a bird watching for tornadoesLiontas-Warren's drawing, "A Tornado Watch," was selected from approximately 1,700 works submitted for review by almost 600 artists. She is one of only 120 artists to have a work selected by juror Lynwood Kreneck, founder and director of Colorprint USA, a national print exhibition established in 1969.

The Bradley international Print and Drawing Exhibition is the second-longest-running juried print and drawing competition in the country. Every two years, it features work by both established names in graphics and new and emerging talent. With thousands of dollars in prize money and purchase awards, it attracts entries from around the world. All accepted work is reproduced in a color catalogue and on the exhibition web site. The actual exhibition is mounted in four to five locations in the Peoria area during its month-long run.


January 12, 2009