Cameron University to be represented in 46th Annual National Drawing & Small Sculpture Show

Cameron University will be represented in the 46th Annual National Drawing & Small Sculpture Show presented by Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas. Artwork by Cameron University students Jonathon Daoang and Matthew D. Hughes and Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren was accepted into the exhibition. The show will be on exhibit from February 17 – May 4 in the Joseph A. Cain Gallery.

Daoang’s work, “Oni Totem,” is a 22”x30” carbon pencil drawing. Hughes submitted “Anticipation,” a 22”x30” charcoal drawing. This marks the first juried exhibition for Daoang, a junior from Tulsa, and Hughes, a sophomore from Elgin. Both are majoring in art.

“Who Sees Who,” a 20”x8” stone lithograph, is Liontas-Warren’s entry in the exhibition. A member of the Cameron faculty since 1984, she teaches printmaking and drawing. She has exhibited in 20 solo shows and 275 national and regional juried competitive exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe and has received numerous purchase awards and juried awards. 

graphic of three pieces of artwork

The Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show attracts works by contemporary artists across the country and is judged by a guest juror of national stature. This year’s juror is Richard Ash III, Museum Director at Midwestern State University.



February 8, 2012