Cameron student, faculty artwork selected for two juried shows

picture of An Evening Dip artworkOriginal artwork by CU student Rebecca Dierickx-Taylor, a junior art major from Lawton, and Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren has been accepted into two juried art exhibitions.

Dierickx-Taylor's "An Evening Dip", an 11x7.5 gouache, and Liontas-Warren's "Portrait of Nelson Bigbow," a 30x40 pastel drawing, were accepted into the 2009 National Juried Art Exhibition co-sponsored by The Navarro Council of the Arts and the Corsicana Art League. The show is display at the Warehouse Living Arts Gallery in Corsicana, Texas through September 25.

From October 11-25, Dierickx-Taylor's "Still Standing at 442," a 22x30 linoleum print, and Liontas-Warren's "The Lost Habitat," a 22x30 pastel drawing, will be exhibited as part of the Rio Brazos Art Exhibition: 13th Annual Juried Show. The show is located at Tarleton State University's Langdon Cultural and Educational Center in Granbury, Texas.
 picture of bigbow artwork

Picture of The Lost Habitat artwork

picture of Still Standing at 442 artwork

Top right: An Evening Dip
Bottom, left to right: The Lost Habitat, Still Standing at 442, Portrait of Nelson Bigbow.


September 18, 2009