Artwork by Cameron University professor to be included in two juried exhibitions

Works of art by Cameron University Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren have been accepted into two upcoming juried exhibitions. 528.0 Denver: A Regional Juried Printmaking Exhibition sponsored by the Invisible Museum on Denver, Colo., has accepted two of Liontas-Warren’s stone lithographs. The Rockies West National 21st Annual Juried National Exhibition sponsored by the Western Colorado Watercolor Society, will display one of her watercolors.

“Spring Chatter” and “A Decision” will be included in the 528.0 Denver juried exhibition on display at Redline in Denver. The exhibition, which was open to artists from 14 states, will be on display from February 1 – 28. Seven jurors will select two artists as “juror’s favorite.”

photo of watercolor painting titled Come With MeThe Rockies West National exhibition will be on display at The Art Center in Grand Junction, Colo., from March 1 - April 5. Liontas-Warren’s “Come with me,” a 7” x 10.75” watercolor on paper, is one of the works selected for the exhibition.

Liontas-Warren, who joined the Cameron faculty in 1984, teaches drawing and printmaking. She holds a Master of Fine Art degree from Texas Tech University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Connecticut State University. For the past 28 years, she has exhibited in more than 20 solo shows and 275 national and regional juried competitive exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe, and has received numerous purchase and juried awards. In 2011, she was the recipient of the Bhattacharya Research Excellence Award at Cameron University. Many of her prints and drawings are in permanent collections throughout the nation and can be located in university galleries, museums, and private institutions. In 2010, the Paseo Art Association awarded her "Artist of the Year" in Oklahoma City. Recently, she was featured in the documentary “Earth Chronicles Project, the Artist's Process: Oklahoma.”


January 29, 2013