CU art professor earns entry into national juried shows

Artwork by Cameron University professor Katherine Liontas-Warren has been selected for exhibition in two upcoming national juried shows. Another work, a 30-page pen and ink sketchbook depicting the Wichita Mountains, will be displayed at six galleries throughout the United States as part of a national travelling exhibit.

Portrait of ZericLiontas-Warren's "Portrait of Zeric, Native American Indian," a pastel on paper, and her stone lithograph, "The Arrival of Summer in Oklahoma," have been accepted into the Oklahoma Art Guild National Juried Show. They will be exhibited from March 5 - April 11 at the City Arts Center at Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma Art Guild National Juried Show is a juried exhibition of work submitted from artists nationwide representing all media. Oklahoma artist Jim Keffer is the juror for the exhibition.

MigrationAnother stone lithograph, "Migration," has been accepted into the 43rd Annual National Drawing and Sculpture Show at the Del Mar Art Gallery in Corpus Christi, TX. The exhibition takes place from April 3 - May 1. Del Mar College's annual drawing and sculpture show is a juried exhibition of diverse, contemporary works on paper and sculpture by artists from all over the United States. Janet Eager Kruger, associate professor of art at Texas A&M International University in Laredo, TX, serves as the juror.

Wichita MountainsLiontas-Warren's sketchbook of the Wichita Mountains will be on display as part of The Sketchbook Project #3, sponsored by the Art House Co-op in Atlanta, GA. Following an opening at the Art House Gallery, the exhibit will travel to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Washington, DC; Laconia Gallery in Boston; Antena Gallery in Chicago; the Museum of Design in Atlanta; and the Soulard Art Market in St. Louis. The Sketchbook Project #3 encourages the creation of artwork to build a collection of sketchbooks made by artists from around the world.


February 25, 2009