Cameron’s Katherine Liontas-Warren featured in Oklahoma Today magazine

Cameron University Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren is featured in the March/April issue of Oklahoma Today Magazine. Liontas-Warren was selected to be the subject of the magazine’s Okies Portrait, a regular feature. She is pictured along with photographs of her most cherished items, which include a sculpture by husband Benson Warren, also a Cameron Professor of Art; a series of drawings created with her sons; personal sketchbooks; and treasured family heirlooms.

Liontas-Warren also contributed two charcoal drawings of sites in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge that are used in the magazine to accompany an article titled “How The Waters Flow.”

A native of New Haven, Conn., Liontas-Warren joined the Cameron faculty in 1984 and teaches all levels of drawing and printmaking. She was honored with the Oklahoma Visual Arts Award for Artist of the Year by the Paseo Arts Association (PAA) in November 2010.

Liontas-Warren 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 serves on the Visual Arts Advisory Board of the Oklahoma Arts Institute.


March 2, 2011