Cameron faculty artwork selected for national exhibition

photo of spring chatter lithograph"Spring Chatter," a lithograph by Cameron University professor of art Katherine Liontas-Warren, has been selected for inclusion in the 42nd Annual National Visual Arts Exhibition sponsored by the Visual Arts Society of Texas. Liontas-Warren's work was one of 65 accepted for the national juried show out of more than 630 entries from across the country.

The exhibition will be on display at the Meadows Gallery of the Center for the Visual Arts in Denton, TX. An artist reception and announcement of awards will take place on Thursday, April 22; the show will continue through May 28.  

The Visual Arts Society of Texas sponsors the annual exhibition to encourage visual artists, to promote excellence and diversity in the arts, and to increase the awareness and appreciation of art in the Greater Denton community.

Liontas-Warren teaches all levels of drawing and printmaking at Cameron University. She has exhibited in 18 solo shows and more than 200 national and regional juried competitive competitions throughout the United States and Europe, receiving numerous purchase awards and juried awards. Her works can be found in permanent collections throughout the nation, including the Arkansas Art Center, the Milwaukee Museum of Art, Quartz Mountain Lodge, and Oklahoma State University, among others. She received the Best of Oklahoma Award in the Texas Oklahoma Art Prize at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art in April 2008.


April 1, 2010

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