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Education
 

1983 

M.F.A: Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas: Specialization in Lithography and Drawing.

 

1981

B.S.: Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut: Specialization in Printmaking and a minor in Drawing, Studio Art.

 
Teaching Experience
 

1984

Present Cameron University, Professor of Art: Printmaking and Drawing.

 

2009

Present Oklahoma Arts Institute. Active Board Member on the Visual Arts Advisory Board for the OAI.

 

1991 - 1992 

Texas Tech University: Junction Texas Extension Campus: Graduate Instructor in Drawing, Watercolor, and Collage.

 

1984

Texas Tech University: Instructor in Drawing II and Drawing III (Life-Drawing)

 

1982 - 1983

Texas Tech University: Teaching Assistant in Drawing I, II

 

Additional Education

 

2014

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. Pastel workshop with national and international artist Albert Handell. October.

 

2011

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. Plate Lithography workshop with printmaker Andrew Polk.

 

2003

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain Oklahoma. Monotype workshop with Nationally and Internationally known printmaker, Rudy Pozzati.

 

2001 

Adult Arts Insititute. Quartz Mountain Oklahoma. Journal and Drawing Workshop with Lewis Lehrman. October.

 

1991 

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. Etching and Monoprint  Workshop with Warrington Colescott. October.

 

1990 

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. Monotype Workshop with Jeanette Pasin Sloan. October.

 

1987

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. Life Drawing Workshop with Nathan Goldstein. October.

 

1985 

Adult Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. Monotype Workshop with Robert Gordy. October.

 

1980

Penland School of Crafts. Studied Silk-screen with Lynwood Kreneck

 

Professional Membership 

 

  • OVAC: Oklahoma Visual Artists Coalition. Oklahoma City.

  • National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

  • Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

  • Oklahoma City Art Museum

 
Gallery Representation
  

2014-Present

  • The Red Door Gallery of Art.  Medicine Park, Oklahoma.

       Gallery Director: Cindy Kent. 2014-present

  • Kasum Contemporary Fine Art Gallery. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  

       Gallery Director: Tony Morton. 2014-2015

 

2011-2014

  • Paseo Originals Art Gallery. Oklahoma City. Paseo Art District. Gallery Director: Tony Morton.

 
Selected Collections
 
  • The Wichita Falls Museum of Art, at Midwestern State University. Permanent Collection.

  • Texas Tech Museum, Lubbock, Texas. Permanent collection.

  • The University of Texas at Tyler. Meadows Gallery. Permanent Collection.

  • University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Art Gallery.Permanent Collection. Chickasha.

  • Milwaukee Museum of Art. Colorprint USA 1998. Print Portfolio.

  • Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. Colorprint USA. Print Portfolio.

  • Austin Peay University. Trahern Gallery. Permanent Collection. Purchase Award.Clarksville. Tennessee.

  • Portrait/Landscape of W.C. Austin, Quartz Mountain Lodge, Adult Arts Institute of Oklahoma. Permanent Collection.

  • Color Print USA, A 50 State Portfolio Invitational Exchange, Texas Tech University,Permanent Collection.

  • Del Mar College, Permanent Collection, Purchase Award, Corpus Christi, Texas.

  • The Leslie Powell Art Foundation, Purchase Award, Permanent Collection. Lawton, Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma State University, Gardiner Gallery, Purchase Award, Permanent Collection. Stillwater, Oklahoma.

  • Arkansas Art Center, Purchase Award, Permanent Collection. Little Rock, Arkansas.

  • Comanche Memorial Hospital. Permanent Collection. Lawton, Oklahoma

  • The Leslie Powell Art Foundation, Purchase Award, Permanent Collection. Lawton, Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma State University, Gardiner Gallery, Purchase Award, Permanent Collection. Stillwater, Oklahoma.

  • Arkansas Art Center, Purchase Award, Permanent Collection. Little Rock, Arkansas.

  • Comanche Memorial Hospital. Permanent Collection. Lawton, Oklahoma.

  • Butler Community College, President. Permanent Art Collection. El Dorado, Kansas

  • Oklahoma Suite 1996, A portfolio exchange, Fred Jones Art Museum, Norman

  • Mabee Gerrer Museum of Art, Shawnee, Oklahoma

 
Honors & Awards
 

2019

 

  • Invitational. Connect: Collect International Printmaking Exchange. Curators: Emma Difani and Alexa Goetzinger, Artspace at Untitled. Nona Jean Hulsey Gallery, Oklahoma City University. May-June.

  • Invited to teach Printmaking ( Drypoint and Monoprint) at the John Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, North Carolina. June 30- July 6, 2019

  • Juror: Annual Student Art Exhibition, Midwestern State University, The Juanita Harvey Art Gallery. Wichita Falls, Texas. May. 

  • Print on Paseo 2019, Paseo Art Association, Paseo Art Space, Juror: Alexa Gietzinger, Oklahoma City, July. Merit Award     

2018

 

  • Invitational: “Jackalope” Printmaking Portfolio Exchange. Curator: Oscar J. Gillespie, Professor of Art, Bradley University, Exhibition: University of Wyoming, Laramie, Mid America Print Council Biennial Conference. October.

  • Invitational: “Pink” Women Exhibition. Kemp Art Center, Curator: Elizabeth Yarosz –Ash, Midwestern State University. Wichita Falls. Texas. November.

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  • Invitational:  Sky’s the Limit Exhibition, Buddy Holly Center, Curator: Jacqueline Bober. Lubbock, Texas. August – September. 

  • 52nd Annual National Drawing and Sculpture Exhibition. Juror: Dora Natella, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas. February – May. Purchase Award.
     

  • ARTNOW 2018, Invitational Group Exhibition, Twenty-five Oklahoma artists.  Curatorial and Exhibitions Director, Jennifer Scanlan, and Guest Curator, Alyson Atchison. Oklahoma Contemporary,  December 2017-January 2018

 

2017

  • Purchase Award ( two drawings), 51st Annual National Small Drawings and Sculpture Exhibition at Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas. February-May.

 

  • Invitational: Mark Makers- Art Exhibition at CHK Central Boathouse, Curator: Narciso Arguelles, Oklahoma City, February- April.

 

2016

  • Artist Talk, Oklahoma City University, August

 

  • Invitational Group Exhibition. Oklahoma Visual Artist Coalition, 12 x 12 Benefit. September. 

 

  • Splash 18 Watercolor Publication Competition. Runner-up, Open Flood Gates at Medicine Park, watercolor.

 

  • A Hiding Place, Invited to create and exhibit a work of art in the Collaborative Exhibition at the Artspace Untitled Gallery in Oklahoma City.  July 2016

 

  • Invitational Printmaking Portfolio Exchange: Invitational folio, 20 Editions. Theme: A Place. Curator: Melanie Yazzie, Professor of Art at the University of Colorado. Exhibitions slated at Texas Tech University Printmaking Collection and the University of Colorado. June 2016.

 

2015

  • Oklahoma Arts Institute. Workshops in the Visual Arts. Invited to assist and teach with artist Tenaya Sims, four-day figure drawing workshop to art educators at Quartz Mountain. October.

 

  • The Five B’s Juried Exhibition. Wayne Art Center, Jurors: Brian Meunier and Perky Edgerton. March-May. Honorable Mention.

 

  • Del Mar College:  49th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Exhibition. Juror: Chris Ramsey, Chairman, and artist at Oklahoma State University. March. Received an Honorable Mention.

 

  • Invitational: The Semi-Arid Landscape Exhibition. Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock, Texas. March.

 

2014

  • Awarded the Oklahoma 2014 Governor's Arts Award for Arts in Education. Oklahoma City Capitol. December.

 

  • Awarded an Instructional Grant to attend the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain and study with national artist Albert Handell. October.

 

  • OAEA Conference: Invited to conduct an Expressive Portrait Drawing Workshop. Cameron University, Art Department. December.

 

  • Invited to conduct a one day drawing workshop on Landscape Drawing at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, located in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Director: Donna Merkt. March 8.

 

  • Awarded an Instructional Grant to attend the Conservatory of Classic Art Gallery and study with national painter Scott Wadell. June.

 

  • Concept Me: A Self-Portrait Exhibition, Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, Curator: Tony Tiger. June and July

 

  • Kasum Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Grand Opening: Invitational Art Representation of the works of Katherine Liontas-Warren. September.

 

  • Truth in Black and White: An Invitational Print Exhibition at the Meadows Gallery located at the University of Texas at Tyler. Curator: James Pace. February-April.

 

  • Texas Works: Invited to showcase sixteen original prints at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock, Texas. Three-Person Exhibition, December 6 - February 16, 2014.

 

  • Invitational Printmaking Portfolio Exchange: Invitational folio, 25 Editions. Theme: Animal Mothers-Within. Curator: Melanie Yazzie, Professor of Art at the University of Colorado. Exhibitions slated at the Gippland Center for Art and Design, Monash University, Australia, and the University of Colorado. April

 

  • 12 x12 Invitational Benefit and Exhibition. Oklahoma Visual Artist Coalition. Oklahoma City. November.

 

  • Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay. Invited to create a work of Leger art retracing the train path of 72 Indian Prisoners in 1875-1878. Curators; Emily Arthur, Associate Professor, University of Florida; Marwin Begaye, Assistant Professor, The University of Oklahoma; John Hitchcock, Professor, The University of Wisconsin-Madison. Confirmed 2015 Exhibitions: Fred Jones Jr. Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary, Florida and Crisp-Ellert Art Museum in St. Augustine Florida.

 

2013

  • Awarded a Research and Scholarly grant for a Solo Exhibition at the Paseo Originals Art Gallery in November.

 

  • Alphabet Soup: A Group Exhibition of Twenty-Six Represented Artists. The Paseo Originals Art Gallery, Oklahoma City. February.

 

  • Awarded a Research and Scholarly grant. Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century Juried National Exhibition in Oregon.

 

2012

  • Awarded a Research and Scholarly grant to support costs in framing for a solo exhibition at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

 

  • "Earth Chronicles Project, The Artist's Process: Oklahoma." A documentary featuring Katherine Liontas-Warren premiered on March 17th at the Sarkeys Performing Arts Center at St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

 

  • Juror: Young Talent in Oklahoma: A statewide high school art competition.

 

  • Instruments Transformed: Invited to create a work of art on a violin for the Lawton Philharmonic Benefit. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Exhibition dates: January – April.

 

2011

  • Invited to participate in the Artist Printmaker Research Collection at the Museum of Texas TechUniversity. Permanent Collection.

 

  • Oklahoma Arts Institute. Workshops in the Visual Arts. Invited to assist and teach with Mark Kang O’Higgins, painter A four-day painting workshop to art educators at Quartz Mountain. October.

 

  • Invited to participate in the Monothon III Annual Event sponsored byArtspace (Untitled) Art Gallery, Oklahoma City. Jurors: Ernesto Sanchez, Curtis Jones, and JonBurris. September - October.

 

  • The Sanjit Bhattacharya Endowed Lectureship for Excellence in Research was awarded to Katherine Liontas-Warren at Cameron University.

 

  • Invited to participate in a portfolio exchange through the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The West Printmaking Portfolio will consist of 50 artists from the West who are Professors at universities in the West region of the United States. I will represent Cameron University. Five exhibitions are scheduled at the University of Louisiana Art Museum, Nicholls State University, Rockford College, University of Colorado, Murray State University. September

 

  • Invited to paint in the style of historical Greek painters on two ceramic vessels. A Greek Fortnight Presentation to be held at the Museum of Art at Midwestern State University. Reception and Exhibition on April 2nd. Wichita Falls, Texas.

 

  • Invited to present the second lecture and conduct a print demonstration in conjunction with the Native American Printmakers Exhibition at the Cowboy National Heritage Museum. Oklahoma City. March

 

  • Received a Research Grant to complete a new figurative series for an exhibition at the JRB Art at the Elms gallery in Oklahoma City in August 2011.

 

2010

  • Invited to conduct a one- day printmaking workshop for artists at the Cowboy National Heritage Museum. Oklahoma City. December.

 

  • Awarded the 2010 Artist of the Year Award by the Paseo At Association, Oklahoma City. November.

 

  • Invited to present a lecture and conduct a print demonstration in conjunction with the Native American Printmakers Exhibition at the Cowboy National Heritage Museum. Oklahoma City. October.

 

  • Invited to participate and create a monoprint during The Monothon II Annual Event. The Untitled Artspace Gallery. Presented a gallery talk and lecture on monoprint. Oklahoma City. October.

 

  • Invited into the Circle of Print Exchange. Selected by Melanie Yazzie, Professor of art at the University of Colorado. Permanent Collection: Stone lithograph, The New Arrival. Exchange travels to Argentina and Australia for the exhibition.

 

  • The Heart and Soul of the Great Plains Invitational Show, The Great Plains Museum, Lawton. November.

 

  • Received a Research Grant to complete a series of portraits from a live model. Cameron University. May- June.

 

  • Received a Lectures and Concerts grant (Cameron University) to invite Juan Fuentes to conduct a three -day print workshop at Cameron University. Juan is an artist and printmaker from San Francisco. September.

 

  • Oklahoma Friendly, National Juried Art Show. Juror: Mitch Lyons, Individual Artist of Oklahoma Gallery, Oklahoma City. AWARD.

 

2009

  • Best of Show, $1,000.00 Award, Rio Brazos Art Exhibition. 13th Annual Juried Show. Juror: Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash, Professor of Art, Midwestern State University. Tarleton State University, Dora Lee Langdon Cultural Hall. October.

 

  • Oklahoma Arts Institute: Workshops in the Visual Arts. Invited to assist Juliette Aristides, painter, and author. A four- day painting workshop to art educators at Quartz Mountain. November

 

  • A Juror for the Oklahoma Young Art Talent Statewide Competition. Putnam City North High School in Oklahoma City. March

 

  • Invited to speak at the Leslie Powell Luncheon Series. Topic: What is an Original Print”? Leslie Powell Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma. February

 

  • Invited into “Kathryn Inspired Print Exchange”. Selected by Melanie Yazzie, Professor of art at the University of Colorado. This edition is in the collection of the art gallery at the University of Colorado.

 

  • AWARD: $250.00, OKLAHOMA FRIENDLY EXHIBITION. Juror: Jim Keffer, artist, City Arts Center at State Fair Park. March-April

 

2008

  • Accepted and published into Who’s Who of American Women, publication 2008-09

 

  • Thirty Year Selected Retrospective: Midwestern State University Art Gallery, 1978 – 2008. Invitational art exhibition. Wichita Falls, Texas. October- January.

 

  • AWARD: $1000.00, TXOK OKTX The Inaugural Exhibition of Texas Oklahoma Art Prize. Jurors: Laura Warriner, Untitled Gallery, Oklahoma City, William Campbell, Campbell Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas. Wichita Falls Museum of Art. April – June.

 

  • Oklahoma Suite II: Invitational Printmaking Exchange. Firehouse Art Center. Norman, Oklahoma. May-June.

 

  • Inducted into the Faculty Hall of Fame for outstanding teaching and scholarly activities. Cameron University. Lawton, February

 

  • Author, Brian Curtis, Drawing From Observation, selected two drawings to be included in the 2nd edition of "Drawing from Observation", McGraw-Hill Higher Education.

 

  • One of Six Art Purchase Competition Winner. The City of Lawton and the Lawton Arts and Humanities Council selected my lithograph, Natural Beauty as the purchase award for the six Lawton Cultural Awards Arts for All Luncheon. February.

 

2007

  • Oklahoma Suite II: Invitational Printmaking Exchange. Las Milagros Gallery. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. September

 

  • Visual Artist Society of Texas. Workshops of Visual Arts. Invited to teach a drawing workshop for its members, Denton. July.

 

  • Oklahoma Suite II: Invitational Printmaking Exchange. Artsplace Ponca City Gallery. Ponca City, Oklahoma. July

 

  • Juror: 2nd Annual 125-Mile Exhibition. Visual Artist Society of Texas, Denton. June.

 

  • AWARD. Oklahoma Friendly: A National Juried Show. Juror: Polly Hammett Artist. Campus Corner. Norman, Oklahoma. March-April

 

  • Purchase Award. 22nd Annual International Exhibition. The University of Texas of Texas at Tyler. Juror: Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash. Meadows Gallery. January- March.

 

  • One of Six Art Purchase Competition Winner. The City of Lawton and the Lawton Arts and Humanities Council selected my color pencil drawing, Birds, as the purchase award for the six Lawton Cultural Awards Arts for All Luncheon. February.

 

2006

  • ColorPrint 2006. Invited to participate in the Colorprint USA exhibition at Texas Tech University. Landmark Gallery, Lubbock. November

 

  • Awarded a Spring Semester Sabbatical to create original prints and drawings for two Solo Exhibitions in 2008.

 

  • Invited to teach a three-day Drawing workshop on Basic and Traditional Drawing. Lawton Fort Sill Art Guild Members and community. February.

 

  • Oklahoma Arts Institute. Workshops of Visual Arts. Invited to teach a Four Day Drawing workshop to art educators at Quartz Mountain. November.

 

  • Invited as Juror for the Young Talent of Oklahoma Portfolio High School Competition. Philbrook Museum of Art. Gallery of Education. Tulsa. April

 

  • Invited to teach a three-day Color pencil Drawing workshop on Birds to the Lawton Fort-Sill Art Guild Members and community. July.

 

2005

  • Award. 7 State Biennial National Exhibition. Juror: Laura Warriner, Gallery Director and owner of the Untitled Gallery in Oklahoma City. University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Art gallery in October-December. A second viewing of this exhibition at the Leslie Powell Art Gallery in January-February. Chickasha and Lawton.

 

  • Invited to present a workshop on the Business of Art 101 for the Oklahoma Visual Artist Coalition. Leslie Powell Art gallery. October.

 

  • The Oklahoma Landscape Exhibition. Philbrook Museum of Art, Education Gallery. Juror: Michael Freed, gallery director of Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. March-May.

 

  • Awarded Educator in the Arts. Arts for All and Lawton Arts and Humanities Council Awards Ceremony. February.

 

  • Invited to teach a Monotype Workshop to Anadarko advanced placement art students. Cameron University print lab. February.

 

  • Invited to teach a three-day Color Pencil workshop to Lawton Fort-Sill art members. Lawton. January.

 

2004

  • Oklahoma Adult Art Institute. Workshops in the Visual Arts. Invited to teach a Four Day Renaissance Drawing Workshop to art educators at Quartz Mountain. September-October

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  • Oklahoma Adult Art Institute. Workshops in the Visual Arts. Invited to assist and teach with Printmaker Ron Pokrasso, a Four Day Monoprint Workshop to art educators at Quartz Mountain. November.

 

  • The Relevance/Resonance Mid American Print Council Conference, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Portfolio Exhibition of Cultural Landscapes. October.

 

  • Juror: 24 Works on Paper Traveling Exhibition. Individual Artists of Oklahoma. September.

 

  • Invited to teach a Two-Day Charcoal Drawing Workshop at the Simmons Center in Duncan, Oklahoma. July.

 

  • Cultural Landscapes: An Artist Print Exchange Between Northern Ireland and North America. Twenty Artists Portfolio Invitational: Eight artists representing North America and Eight representing Ireland, and two for the hosts' collections, Seacourt Print Workshop, Northern Ireland and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 

  • Invited to exhibit personal artworks at the Arts for All Festival in Lawton, Oklahoma. May 7, 8, and 9th.

 

  • Invited to jury the Annual Student Exhibition at Midwestern State University. Opening reception, May 7th. University Art Gallery, Fain Fine Arts Center.

 

  • Selected as a winner in the first American Artist Drawing magazine competition. Fall Publication.

 

  • Invited to teach a Three Day Color Pencil Workshop to the Lawton-Fort Sill Art members in January.

 

2003

  • Impressions from the Llano Estacado: A print portfolio exchange in honor of West Texas printmaker Lynwood Kreneck. A Twenty-two print portfolio exchange between Texas Tech Alumni Artists. Landmark Art Gallery, Texas Tech University School of Art.

 

  • Received the Regents of Higher Education Scholarship to attend the Oklahoma Arts Adult Institute in October.

 

  • Visiting Artist Program, Invited to give a gallery talk on my solo exhibition at Midwestern State University, and to present a demonstration on drawing and printmaking techniques. October.

 

  • Awarded a Cameron Innovative Instructional Grant of $2400.00 for the purchase of a Metal Halide Exposure Unit to be utilized in all printmaking classes. April.

 

  • 46th Annual Delta Exhibition. Arkansas Arts Center. Received $500.00 Delta Award for Color Pencil Drawing. Juror: Greg Jones. Little Rock, Arkansas. June-August.

 

  • Invited to teach a Three Day Color Pencil Workshop to the Lawton-Fort Sill Art members in January.

 

2002

  • Oklahoma Adult Arts Institute. Images of Us: Oklahoma Arts Institute. Invited to teach Landscape Drawing to art educators and college professors at Quartz Mountain.

 

2001

  • Purchase Award. Seven State Exhibition. University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Art Gallery. Chickasha.

 

  • Received the Regents of Higher Education Scholarship to attend the Oklahoma Arts Adult Institute in October.

 

  • An invitation to demonstrate monotype methods and to present my drawings to the art students at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.

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  • Purchase Award. Border to Border no. 8 National Drawing Competition. Austin Peay State University. Juror: Terry Barrett, Author, and Professor, Ohio State University.

 

2000

  • Jurors Award. Eighth Biennial Oklahoma Centerfold. National Juried Exhibition. Jurors: Richard Ash, III and Elizabeth Yaroz, Midwestern University, Texas. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton. November and December.

 

  • Portrait/landscape drawing. 30x52, of W.C. Austin, civic leader and lawyer, 1930's, commissioned by William Cunningham, and to be permanently displayed at the Quartz Mountain Lodge in June.

 

  • Awarded a Cameron Innovative Instructional Grant of $2300.00 for the purchase of an Epson Printer and Scanner, to be utilized in the printmaking and drawing classes.

 

  • Honorable Mention in the 34th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show. Del Mar College Art Gallery. Juror: Cesar Martinez. Corpus Christi, TX.

 

1998

  • Color Print USA. A National Portfolio Exchange Invitational Exhibition spanning the states in 1998. Katherine Liontas-Warren, Printmaker, representing Oklahoma. Opening nationwide the weekend of November 6, 1998, in 50 states.

 

  • Purchase Award. 32nd National Drawing and Sculpture Show. Juror: Professor/Chairman David Deming, University of Texas. Del Mar College Permanent Collection. Corpus Christi, Texas. March-May.

 

  • Juror. Fifteenth Annual National Juried Art Exhibition. Navarro Council of the arts Corsicana, Texas. April.

 

1997

  • Juror Award. Counterpoint 1997: The 29th Annual National Juried Exhibition. Juror: Marie Leterme, International Artist. The Hill Country Arts Foundation, Ingram, Texas. September - October.

 

1994

  • Artist of the Year. Lawton Arts and Humanities Council.

 

  • Award. Individual Artists of Oklahoma: Traveling Exhibition

 

1992

  • Purchase Award. Best of Show $2500.00. The Leslie Powell Foundation: Oklahoma Centerfold Exhibition IV. Juror: Professor Richard Bivins, Former Chairman of the Department of Art at Oklahoma State University. Lawton, Oklahoma.

 

  • Juror Award. Counterpoint: The 24th Annual National Juried Drawing and Printmaking Exhibition. Juror: Lynwood Krenec Printmaker and Professor of Art, Texas Tech University. The Hill Country Foundation. Ingram, Texas. Aug-Oct.

 

  • The Artist's Magazine 1992 Art Competition. 11,000 entries, Our Fertile Land Awaits the Farmer was selected in the top 200. Published in the December 1992 issue.

 

  • Award. First American Artist Achievement Award: Teacher/Graphic Media. American Artists Magazine, June 1992.

 

1991

  • Award. 28th Annual National Juried Competition "Dimensions." Associated Artists of Winston - Salem Arts Council. Sawtooth Gallery, North Carolina. October-November.

 

  • Guest Artist. Moorhead State University. Three Day Residency, Lecturer and DemonstrationWorkshop on Plate Lithography and Mixed Media. Moorhead, Minnesota.

 

1990

  • Honorable Mention. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Oklahoma: Centerfold Exhibition. Juror: DJ Lafon, Artist and Professor of Art. Leslie Powell Little Chapel. Lawton, Oklahoma. November.

 

  • Purchase Award. 32nd North Dakota Print and Drawing, Juror: Joel Bujnowski, Artist and Printmaker at Harper College, Illinois. University of North Dakota Art Gallery. Permanent Collection. April-May.

 

1989

  • Guest Artist. Texas Tech University.

 

  • Guest Artist. Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.

 

  • Honorable Mention. Leslie Power Art Gallery. Oklahoma: Centerfold Exhibition. Juror: Cecil Lee, Professor of Art, University of Oklahoma. Lawton, Oklahoma. November.

 

  • Honorable Mention. Lafayette Art Association. Lafayette Art Gallery. Jurors: Alan Flattman, Author and Painter, and Joe Bova, Professor of Art, Louisiana State University, Louisiana. October.

 

  • Honorable Mention. Seventh Annual National Greek Art Exhibition. The Greek Art Center. Jurors: Vasilia Laskaris, Needham Massachusetts Art Institute and Wadsworth C. Hines, Art Institute GWVS Museum. Massachusetts. September.

 

  • Purchase Award. Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition. Juror: Lynwood Kreneck, Printmaker and Director for Colorprint USA, Gardiner Gallery, Oklahoma State University. March-April.

 

1983

  • Purchase Award. 17th National Prints, Drawings, and Crafts Exhibition. Juror: Roy Slade, President of Cranbrook Academy of Art. The Arkansas Art Center

 

Solo Exhibitions

 

2016

  • A Journey of Discovery, Katherine Liontas-Warren, Oklahoma City University, Nona Jean Hulsey Gallery, Oklahoma. August-October.

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  • A Homecoming of Journeys and Creativity, Katherine Liontas-Warren, Pride Gallery, Southwestern Medical Center, Lawton, Oklahoma. October- January

 

2015

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren: A Creative Doorway. Wichita Falls Museum Of Art At MWSU. Wichita Falls, Texas. November-February.

 

2014 

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints. Ponca City Art Center. Ponca City. October-November.


  • Katherine Liontas-Warren: Paintings and Drawings, Faculty Exhibition at Cameron University, Art Gallery. August

 

2013

  • New Works by Katherine Liontas-Warren at the Paseo Originals Art Gallery, Oklahoma City. November.

 

2012 

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren: Oklahoma Perspectives. A solo retrospective exhibition of drawings, prints, and paintings will be displayed at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art in Shawnee, Oklahoma. May – June.

 

2011    

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren: New Drawings, Paintings, and Prints. Kemp Art Center, Texas. April- July.

 

2010    

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren and Monika Linehan: An Exhibition of Portrait and Figurative Drawings funded by a research grant from Cameron University. Art Department. August.

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren, An Exhibition of prints and drawings. Oklahoma City Capitol, north gallery. December- February.

 

2009 

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren, An Exhibition of New drawings and prints. JRB Art Gallery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. April.

 

2008

  • Katherine Liontas-Warren, An Exhibition of New drawings and prints. Leslie Powell Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma. May-June.

 

2004 

  • Landscapes from the Heart, An Exhibition of drawings and prints. East Central University, Ada. Director: Brad Jessop, art department chair. February-March

 

2003 

  • Landscapes from the Heart, An Exhibition of drawings and prints. Longview Museum. Curator: Renee Hawkins. Longview, Texas. November and December. 

  • Landscapes from the Heart, An Exhibition of Drawings and prints. Midwestern State University Art Gallery. Wichita Falls, Texas. September – October.

 

2002

  • Wichita Solstice: Wichita Mountains. Works by Katherine Liontas-Warren and Jack Bryan. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton. December-January

 

1999

  • Part of a Greater Whole: Work by Two Artists: Katherine Liontas-Warren and Kim Springer-Smith. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma.

 

1996 

  • Fables, Dreams and Stories: Work by Three Artists: Katherine Liontas-Warren, Malcolm Christhilf and Susan Galey. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma.

 

1992

  • Four Southerners: Goddard Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. Director: Mort Hamilton. Ardmore, Oklahoma. 

  • Drawings and Prints: Kirkpatrick Museum. Gallery Director: Jim Eastep. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

  • Prints and Drawings: Presbyterian Art Gallery. Presbyterian Hospital. Oklahoma City.

  • Prints and Drawings: Flips. Gallery Director: Gale Riggs. Dallas, Texas.

 

1991

  • Drawings and Prints: Kilgore College. Gallery Director: John Hillier. Kilgore, Texas.

  • Drawings and Prints: Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Gallery Director: Nancy Anderson. Lawton, Oklahoma.

 

1990 

  • Drawings and Prints: Moorhead State University. Center for the Arts Gallery. Moorhead, Minnesota.

  • Prints and Drawings: Odessa College. Curator: Barry Phillips III. Odessa, Texas.

  • Recent Works: Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

  • Lithographs and Drawings: Flips. Gallery Director: Gale Riggs. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

 

1989 

  • Drawings and Prints: Ball State University. Theater Gallery. Muncie, Illinois

 

Selected Publications

 

2018

  • Lawton Living Magazine, Eyes of an Artist, Fall 2017.

  • Review by John Brandenburg, Oklahoman Paper, A Journey of Discoveries, Oklahoma City University, 2016

 

2014

  • The Lawton Constitution: Lawtonians Honored for work in the Arts: Two among those honored at the Governor's Arts Award. November 30, 2014

  • Collegian Paper: Cameron University: Liontas-Warren receives Education Award. November 24, 2014.

 

2013

  • Artwork selected for the cover of the Lawton Arts and Entertainment Magazine. Winter 2013-14.

  • Review by John Brandenburg, Oklahoman Paper. New Works by Katherine Liontas-Warren: Master artist's work on display at Paseo Originals Art Gallery. 2013.

  • Artwork selected for the cover of the Lawton Arts and Entertainment magazine. Winter 2013-14.

  • Review by John Brandenburg, Oklahoman paper. New Works by Katherine Liontas-Warren: Master artist's work on display at Paseo Originals Art gallery. November 2013.

  • Great Plains Journal, Volume 48. A Visual Journey of Inspiration and Reflection. The Institute of the Great Plains, Lawton, Oklahoma. 2013

 

2012

  • Earth Chronicles Project: Oklahoma. The Artist’s Process. Curated and written by Fran Hardy. Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, Shawnee. October 2012

  • Art Focus Oklahoma. The Journey from A to Z: Lawton Printmaker’s Retrospective examines Influences and Creative Process. May-June 2012

 

2011

  • Oklahoma Today. Okies Portrait: Art and Artifact, A Lawton artist's favorite things speak to a creative life well lived. Featured art on pages 42, 46, and 49 March/April 2011

  • MOAK 2010: 4 State Regional Exhibition and Publication. Springfield Art Museum. Missouri. November 2010-January 2011

  • Art Focus Oklahoma. Drawing Onto Stone: The Art of Katherine Liontas-Warren. January/February 2011

  • The Oklahoman. Birds, tornadoes figure into exhibit. Review by John Brandenburg. January 2011

  • Okie Magazine. Camerons Katherine Liontas-Warren selected for solo exhibition at the Oklahoma State Capitol. January 2011.

 

2010

  • Persimmon Hill: A publication of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum: Scene Winter 2010

  • Oklahoma Arts Council. A Time of Protection, Lithographs and Drawings by Katherine Liontas-Warren, North Gallery, Oklahoma State Capitol. December 2010

  • Cameron Collegian. Art Professor earns national recognition. December 2010

  • The Lawton Constitution. CU professor has work exhibited. October 2010

  • The Lawton Constitution. CU Art Exhibit to Illustrate, Inspire, August, 2010

  • Lawton Arts and entertainment publication: Tumultuous Prophesy, back cover, summer 2010

  • The Lawton Constitution. CU Professor honored with exhibit award. April, 2010.

  • 2010 Visual Arts Society of Texas Exhibition. Catalog, published lithograph, Spring Chatter. 42nd Annual Visual Arts Exhibition. April-May.

  • Times Record News. An Artful Competition. The Lost Habitat. April 2010

  • The Lawton Constitution. CU Professor of artwork added to museum's permanent collection. March 2010

  • Cameron Collegian. Family artwork was chosen for the permanent collection. March 2010.

 

2009

  • The Lawton Constitution. Two juried art shows feature CU. September 2009

  • Oklahoma Higher Education Campus E-clips. The Habitat, a pastel drawing named Best of Show. November 2009

  • 32nd Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, catalog, published pastel drawing, Tornado Watch. Bradley University, May 2009

  • The Oklahoman, Winners more than Oklahoma Friendly, The Arrival of Summer in Oklahoma. March 15, 2009

 

2008

  • ArtFocus, Oklahoma: Visual Artist Coalition Magazine, The Sabbatical works of Katherine Liontas-Warren, September-October Issue, 2008

  • The Daily Oklahoman, A Sabbatical Yields Vision for Artwork, May 23, 2008

  • The Lawton Constitution, Professor publishes art, April 15, 2008

  • The Lawton Magazine, Spring issue 2008, published pastel drawing, The Global Watcher, front cover.

  • The Art Focus magazine, Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, published and reviewed A Regional Search, pastel drawing, from the Seven State Biennial show. February 2008.

  • The Delta National Small Print Exhibition catalog, published lithograph, Starts too Near ever to Arrive. Arkansas State University, February 2008.The Lawton Constitution, Artwork Taking Flight, Lawton, February 11, 2008

 

2007

  • The Seven State Biennial, catalog, published pastel drawing, A Regional Search, The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Chickasha. December 2007.

  • Republic Paperboard company, published charcoal Landscape drawing, The Earth Endures, for the company’s Christmas card. December 2007.

  • The Denton Times published a review and announcement on the 125- Mile Competitive exhibition, I served as the juror for this competition. Denton, Texas. August 23, 2007

  • The Cameron Collegian, Liontas-Warren Translates Life into Art, Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma. April 30, 2007

  • The Oklahoman, Art Review, Tornado Alley, lithograph was published and reviewed for the Oklahoma Art Guild show, Oklahoma Friendly. John Brandenburg. March 2007.

 

2006

  • Colorprint USA 2006, Exhibition catalog published lithograph, A Place of Refuge. Texas Tech University, College of Performing Arts, School of Art. Landmark Gallery. Lubbock, Texas. October-November 2006

  • 19th Annual McNeese National Works on paper Exhibition, catalog, published charcoal drawing, In the Moon of the Popping Trees: December, McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana. March- April 2006

  • Nineteenth National Parkside Small Print Exhibition, catalog, published lithograph, Natural Beauty, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin. January – February 2006

 

2005

  • 2005 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, catalog published intaglio, Awakened Boulders, Bradbury Gallery. Arkansas State University. October-November 2005

  • Texas National 2005, published drawing, Once Upon a Texas Night, Stephen F. Austin University. Nacogdoches, Texas. April-May 2005

 

2004

  • American Artist, Drawing Issue, Drawing Competition Winners, published charcoal drawing Winter Creek. Fall issue 2004.

  • The Sunday Constitution, Artist’s works pay homage to Wichitas, Lawton, Oklahoma. October 2004.

 

2002

  • The Daily Oklahoman, Art Review, Exhibit features Lawton artists, Wichita Solstice Exhibition at the Leslie Powell Gallery. John Brandenburg, December 20, 2002

 

2001

  • Stars Over Quartz Mountain 2001 and Beyond. The Oklahoma Arts Institute. Published W.C. Austin, portrait drawing, Quartz Mountain Art collection. 

 

2000

  • The Lawton Constitution. Picture of Altus pioneer will hang in Quartz lodge. Staff writer, Rose Fischer. 2000

 

 
 
 
National and Regional Exhibitions

 

2019

  • 37th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Juror: Janet Ballweg, Professor of the Creative Arts Excellence and head of the Printmaking Program at Bowling Green State University. Bradley University Art Galleries, Peoria, Illinois. March – April.

2018

  • Mark Arts’ Abstract National Exhibition, Juror: Jerry McLaughlin, Visual Artist. Oakland, California.  MarkArts’ Center. Wichita, Kansas. April – July

  • 52nd Annual National Drawing and Sculpture Exhibition. Juror: Dora Natella, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas. February – May. Purchase Award.

 

2017

  • 36th Bradley International Print and Drawing Juried Exhibition, Juror: Kathryn Polk, printmaker and artist, Bradley University Art Gallery, Peoria, Illinois. March- April.

  • 51st Annual National Drawing & Sculpture Show,Juror: Carlos Llerena Aguirre, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas. February- May, 2017

  • Individual Artist of Oklahoma Juried Exhibition, IAO Gallery, Jurors: Crystal Z. Campbell, Donald Longcrier, and Ernesto Sanchez. Oklahoma City. January- February.

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2015

  • National Weather Center Biennale. Sponsored by the University of Oklahoma. Juror: Mel Chin, Internationally established artist. Norman, Oklahoma. April- June.

  • Honorable Mention. The Five B’s Juried Exhibition. Wayne Art Center, Jurors: Brian Muenier and Perky Edgerton. March- May.

  • Washington Art Works: Aviary Juried Exhibition. Juror: Patterson Clark, National Sciences Graphics Editor. Rockville, Maryland. March-April

  • Honorable Mention. Del Mar College: 49th Annual National Drawing and Small SculptureExhibition. Juror: Chris Ramsey, Chairman and artist at Oklahoma State University. March.

 

2014

  • Seven State National Juried Exhibition. The University of Science and Art in Chickasha.January

 

2013

  • Oklahoma Art Guild 36th National Watermedia Oklahoma 2013 Individual Artist of Oklahoma Gallery. Oklahoma city. June.

  • Texas National 2013: Annual Juried Exhibition hosted by Stephen F. Austin State University. Juror: Peter Seltz. The Cole Art Center in Nacogdoches, Texas. June.

  • The 9th Annual Northeast National Pastel Exhibition. Juors: Sallt Strand, and Diane Forsberg Director and Chief Curator at the Arkell Museum. View Arts center in Old Forge, New York. May-June.

  • Rockies West National: 21st Annual National Exhibition 2013. Juror: Laurel Covington-Vogl, national painter. Western Colorado Watercolor Society, Grand Junction, March –April.

  • 528.0 Denver: A Regional Juried Printmaking Exhibition. The Invisible Museum, Denver, Colorado. February- March

  • Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century. Juror: Clint Brown, author, artist, and Professor Emeritus at Oregon State University. Clatsop Community College, The Art Center gallery. Oregon. February – March.

 

2012

  • Edge Art Now 2012, Individual Artist of Oklahoma Gallery, Juror: Michael Freed, artist, Santa Fe. May.

  • Oklahoma Friendly 2012 National Juried Show, Individual Artist of Oklahoma Gallery in Oklahoma City. March- April.

  • 46th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show, Juror: Richard Ash, printmaker and artist. Del Mar College, Joseph A. Cain Gallery in Corpus Christi.

 

2011

  • Texas National 2011: Hosted by the School of Art in the College of Fine Arts at Stephen F. Austin University. Juror: James Drake, international acclaimed artist. The Cole Center, Nacogdoches, Texas. April- June.

  • Boston Printmakers 2011 North American Print Biennial. Juror: Jim Dine, Danforth Museum, Boston. February- May

 

2010

  • MOAK 4 State Regional 2010: Springfield Art Museum. Juror: Julia Kirt, OVAC director, Springfield Art Museum. Missouri. November – January.

  • 42nd Annual Visual Arts Exhibition, Juror: Melissa Miller, Painter and Professor, University of Texas. Visual Arts Center, Denton, Texas. April-May.

  • Texas Oklahoma Art Prize: Wichita Falls Art Museum. Juror: Janis Goodman, Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington. April.

  • Oklahoma Friendly National Show. Juror: Mitch Lyons. IAO Gallery, Oklahoma City. March. AWARD

  • 44th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show. Juror: Ron Koehler, Professor at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. Joseph A. Cain Memorial Gallery, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas. April

 

2009

  • Rio Brazos Art Exhibition. 13th Annual Juried Show. Juror: Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash, Professor of Art, Midwestern State University. Tarleton State University, Dora Lee Langdon Cultural Hall. October. 

  • Navarro Council of Arts and Corsicana Art League. Juror: Bob Rohm, national and international painter. Warehouse living Arts, Corsicana, Texas. September. 

  • 24 Works on Paper Traveling Exhibition. Presented by the Individual Artists of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Visual Artist Coalition. Juror: Adrienne Day, educator and artist. IOA Gallery, Oklahoma City, Eleanor Hays Gallery, North Oklahoma College, East Central University, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Tulsa Coalition Gallery, Redlands Community College, July 09- May 2010. 

  • Red River Valley International Juried Exhibition. Juror: David Band, artist, art critic, and author. Red River Valley Museum. Vernon, Texas. May 

  • 43rd Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show, Juror: Janet Kruger, artist and professor. Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, March-April 

  • Oklahoma Friendly Exhibition. Juror: Jim Keffer, artist. City Arts Center at State Fair Park. AWARD. March-April 

  • 32nd Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition. Juror: Lynwood Kreneck, founder and director of Colorprint USA, Heuser Art Center, Bradley University, Peoria, IL. March-April. 

  • The Second Sketchbook Project Volume 3 and Exhibition Tour, Arthouse gallery in Atlanta, Georgia, Museum of Contemporary Art DC, Laconia Gallery, Boston, Antena Gallery, Chicago, Soulard Art Market, St. Louis, 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, NY, Museum of Design Atlanta(MODA) Atlanta.

 

2008

  • Thirteenth Biennial Oklahoma Centerfold. Juror: Mark Masuoka, Director of Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. Leslie Powell Gallery.Lawton, Oklahoma.November-December. Second Viewing at the University of Science and Arts Gallery, Chickasha, Oklahoma. January-February. 

  • 23rd Annual Conservatory Art Classic. Bosque Conservatory, Juror: Mark Smith, co-founder of Green house Gallery in San Antonio. Clifton, Texas. September.

  • Inaugural Biennial Texas Oklahoma Art Exhibition. Wichita Falls Museum of Art of Midwestern State University. Jurors: William Campbell of Campbell Contemporary Gallery and Laura Warriner, Founder of UntitledGallery, Oklahoma City. April-June. AWARD 

  • Delta National Small Prints Exhibition. Juror: Marjorie Devon, Tamarind Director, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University, Arkansas. January-February.

 

2007

  • Seven State Biennial. Juror: Paul Medina. University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Art Gallery. Chickasha, Oklahoma.. November- December. 

  • 50th Annual Delta Exhibition. Juror: James Surls. Arkansas Arts Center. Townsend Wolfe Gallery, Little Rock, Arkansas. December-January 2008 

  • Oklahoma Friendly: A National Juried Show. Juror: Polly Hammett, Artist Campus Corner. Norman, Oklahoma. March-April. Award 

  • 41st Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show. Juror: Jack Gron, Professor of Art and Chair, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi. Del Mar College. Corpus Christi. March –May. 

  • 22nd Annual International Exhibition. Juror: Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash, Professor and Painter at Midwestern State University. The University of Texas at Tyler, Meadows Gallery. January- February. Purchase Award

 

2006

  • Oklahoma Centerfold National Exhibition. Juror: Julie Harris, Keen University. Leslie Powell Art Gallery, Gallery Director: Nancy Anderson, Lawton, Oklahoma. November-December. Jurors Award

  • 18th Color Print USA 2006 Exhibition. Curator: Lynwood Kreneck. Texas Tech Landmark Gallery. Lubbock, Tx. October 

  • Oklahoma Visual Artist Coalition, 12x12 Benefit Exhibition. Oklahoma City 

  • Red River Valley National Juried Art Exhibition. Juror: David Band, nationally recognized and award winning artist, author and art critic. Red River Art Museum,Vernon, Texas. May-June. Award 

  • 19th Annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition. Juror: Rudy Pozatti, Internationally recognized printmaker, Professor Emeritus Indiana University, Abercrombie Gallery, McNesse State University. March-April 

  • Nineteenth Parkside National Small Print Exhibition. Juror: Rudy Pozzatti, Internationally recognized printmaker, Professor Emeritus Indiana University, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin. January-February

 

2005

  • State Biennial National Exhibition. Juror: Laura Warriner, Gallery director and owner of the Untitled Gallery in Oklahoma City. University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Art gallery in October and November. A second viewing of this exhibition will be at the Leslie Powell Art Gallery in January – February. Chickasha and Lawton. Award 

  • 2005 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition. Juror: Lloyd Menard, director of Frogmans Press and Gallery and Professor Emeritus at the University of South Dakota. Arkansas State University, Bradbury Gallery. October – November. 

  • Texas National 2005 Exhibition. Stephen F. Austin University. Juror: James Surls, International and National sculptor, The Art Center Gallery, Nacogdoches, Texas. April-May. 

  • The Boston Printmakers 2005 North American Print Biennial. Juror: Joann Moser, Senior Curator of Graphic Arts at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gallery at Boston University. Boston, Massachusetts. February -March'

 

2004

  • Oklahoma Centerfold 2004-2005, Juror: Kristy Deetz, professor and artist at University of Wisconsin-Bay, Leslie Powell Art Gallery and Foundation. Director: Nancy Anderson. Lawton, November-December.

  • MOAK 4 State Regional Exhibition. Juror: Michele McGuire, Curator of Exhibits, Walton Arts Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas. The City of Springfield Art Museum, Missouri, November 

  • Fourth National Juried Art Exhibition. Juror: Warren Rosser, Kansas Art Institute. Erman White Gallery, Butler Community College, El Dorado, Kansas, October. 

  • 47th Annual Delta Exhibition, Juror: Katherine Degn, Director, Kraushaar Galleries, New York City. Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. June-July 

  • 19th Annual International Exhibition, Juror: James Pink, printmaker and artist, The Meadows Gallery, The University of Texas at Tyler, Texas. February-April

 

2003

  • Seven State Biennial Exhibition, Juror: Carol Beesley, national artist. University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Art Gallery. Chickasha. October and November. 

  • 46th Annual Delta Exhibition, Juror: Greg Jones, Manager of the School of Art and Design, Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock. June-August. AWARD. 

  • 37th National Drawing and Small Sculpture Juried Exhibition at Del Mar College. Juror: Brain Paulsen, printmaker and artist. Corpus Christi, Texas. March- April. 

  • Oklahoma Painting and Drawing Biennial VII, Eleanor Blake Kirkpatrick Gallery in the City Arts Center. Juror: Raechell Smith, director of the HR Block Artspace at Kansas City Art Institute. Oklahoma City. March. 

  • Woman's Work: Invitational Mixed Media Exhibition at the Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma. March.

 

2002

  • 17th Annual International Exhibition. Jurur: Juergen Strunck, Art Professor at the University of Dallas in Irving. University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas. March - May.

 

2001

  • Seven-State Exhibition. Juror: Alyson Stanfield, Curator. University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Art Gallery. Chickasha, Oklahoma. November. 

  • Colored Pencil Society of America. 9th International Juried Exhibition. Juror: Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator, Fine Arts Museum. Academy of Art College. San Franciso. California. July-August. 

  • Border to Border no. 8 a National Drawing Competition. Juror: Terry Barrett, author and professor, Ohio State University. Austin Peay State University. Trahern Gallery. Tennessee. April - May. 

  • State Museum in Sint Niklaas, Colorprint USA Print Portfolio, Belgium. March.

 

2000

  • Eighth Biennial Oklahoma Centerfold. National Juried Exhibition. Jurors: Richard Ash,III and Elizabeth Yaroz, Midwestern University, Texas. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton. November-December. 

  • The WaterMEDIA 2000 International Juried Exhibition. Juror: Kelly Adams, Bellevue University, Omaha NE. Period Gallery. Omaha, Nebraska. November. 

  • 34th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show. Del Mar College. Joseph A. Cain Memorial Art Gallery. Juror: Cesar Martinez, National Artist. Corpus Christi, TX. April-May.

 

1999

  • American Print Survey. Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, Texas. May - June. 

  • Texas Tech Alumni Show. Texas Tech University. Landmark Gallery. September. 

  • Print Types. Indiana University, Kokomo, Indiana. October - November. 

  • Heart and Soul of the Great Plains. Invitational Exhibition. Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton. November.

 

1998

  • Color Print USA. A national portfolio exchange invitational exhibition of original prints by 53 artists from 50 states. Opening nationwide the weekend of November 6, 1998 in 50 states. 

  • Celebration of Women in the Arts of Oklahoma: Women's Bold Journeys. Invitational exhibit. Hulsey Gallery at the Norick Art Center. Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City. October. 

  • OVAC: 12 X 12 Benefit and sale exhibition. Invitational Exhibition. Curator: Alyson B. Stanfield, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. Oklahoma City. October. 

  • 38th Annual Invitational Exhibit. Juror: Jessie Otto Hite, Director, Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas. Longview Museum of Fine Arts. Longview, Texas. May. 

  • Lubbock Arts Festival. Juror: Patricia Meadows. Lubbock Arts and Alliance. Lubbock, TX. April. 

  • Purchase Award. 32nd National Drawing and Sculpture Show. Juror: Professor/Chairman David Deming, University of Texas. Del Mar College Permanent Collection. Corpus Christi, Texas. March - May.

 

1997

  • Counterpoint 1997. The 29th Annual National Juried Exhibition. Juror: Marie Leterme, International Artist. The Hill Country Arts Foundation. Ingram, Texas. September - October. 

  • Suite Oklahoma. An exchange portfolio of 22 printmakers. Curator: Andrienne Day, Printmaker and Artist. IAO Gallery. Oklahoma City. June. 

  • A Woman's Place is in the World. Invitational Exhibition. Director: Teresa Valero. The Alexandre Hogue Gallery. The University of Tulsa. Tulsa, Oklahoma. March 

  • Biting the Apple Exhibition. Individual Artists of Oklahoma Art Gallery. Juried. March 

  • Women's Work on and off paper Invitational Exhibition. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Director: Nancy Anderson. Lawton, Oklahoma. March. 

  • Print Survey. Highland Community College. Invitational Exhibition. Organized through the Print Consortium of Kansas City. Highland, Kansas. January

 

1996

  • Consortium Prints. Missouri Western State College. Invitational Exhibition. Organized through the Print Consortium of Kansas City. St. Joseph, Missouri. September.

  • Americas 2000. All Media Competition. Juror: Mark Browning, Director of the Custer Art Center, Montana. Minot State University, Northwest Art Center. North Dakota. August-September. 

  • National Works on Paper Exhibition. Juror: Wendell Ott, Director of Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler Texas. The University of Texas at Tyler Gallery. February - March. 

  • Women Printmakers. Central College. Invitation show. Pella, Iowa. January.

 

1995

  • Oklahoma Centerfold. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Juror: Kristy Deetz, Professor of Art, Miami University, Ohio. Lawton, OK. November. 

  • Central State Art Museum. Invitational Exchange Exhibition through the IAO Gallery in Oklahoma City. August-September. 

  • Movimiento Artistico Del Rio Salado. Invitational Exchange Exhibition through the IA Gallery in Oklahoma City. Phoenix, Arizona. June. 

  • Women's Work On and Off Paper. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma. March.

 

1994

  • Individual Artists of Oklahoma Traveling Exhibition. Kirkpatrick Center, Oklahoma City. November. Award 

  • 12 x 12 Exhibition. Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. Kirkpatrick Center Museum. October.

 

1993

  • National Drawing Competition, Drawing 1993, Brigham Young University Art Gallery. Juror: Harvey Breverman, Artist and Professor, SUNY at Buffalo, NY. November- December.

  • Wave: Women Artists of Visual Expressions: Group Exhibition Plazas of America, Dallas, Texas. November. 

  • Florida State University Gallery and Museum. Chroma: Brilliant Contemporary Painting and Drawing Exhibition. Curatorial coordinator for Chroma: Allys Palladino-Craig. 

  • Wave: Women Artists of Visual Expressions: Group Exhibition. Bruno Art Conservatory Museum, Bruno, Czechoslovakia Republic. June-July. 

  • Wave: Women Artists of Visual Expressions: Group Exhibition. Irving Art Center. Irving, Texas. 

  • The State Capitol of Oklahoma Invitational Group Exhibition. Katherine Liontas, Kimberly Springer and Linda Warren. East Gallery Wall. Oklahoma City. April. 

  • Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition. Juror: Dennis Barrie, former director of the Contemporary Arts Center at Cincinnati. Gardiner Art Gallery. Oklahoma State University. Stillwater. March. 

  • Oklahoma Painting Biennial II. Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. Juror: William G. Otton, has been President of the Art institute of Southern California and Director of the Laguna Art Museum. Norick Art Center. Oklahoma City. March. 

  • Women's Work: On and Off Paper Invitational Exhibition. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Director: Nancy Anderson. Lawton. March. 

  • 24th Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition. Juror: Joseph Zirker, lecturer, teacher and artist, Meno Park, California. Bradley University, Heuser Art Center. Peoria, Illinois. February.

 

1992

  • The Leslie Powell Foundation: Oklahoma Centerfold Exhibition IV. Juror: Professor Richard Bivens, former chairman of the Department of Art at Oklahoma State University. Leslie Powell Art Gallery. December. Best of Show: $2500.00. 

  • Out of Context. Wave: Women's Artistic Visual Expressions. Group Exhibition. Gallery Four: J. Erik Johnson Central Library. Dallas, Texas. December.

  • Counterpoint: The 24th Annual National Juried Printmaking and Drawing Exhibition. Juror: Lynwood Kreneck, Printmaker and Professor of Art, Texas Tech University. The Hill Country Arts Foundation. Ingram, Texas. Aug.-Oct. Juror Award 

  • 500 Expo Gallery: Wave: Women's Artistic Visual Expressions: Group Membership Exhibition. Dallas, Texas. October. 

  • Dean Lively Gallery. Eight Artists Invitational Group Exhibition. Director: Alan White. Edmond, Oklahoma. October 

  • Texas Tech University Alumni Graduate Exhibition. Director: Connie Gibbons. Lubbock Art Center. October. 

  • The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Fundraising Exhibit: 12 x 12 Donation. HTB, Inc. Director: John McNeese. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. November 7th. 

  • National Greek Art Exhibition (10th Annual) Greek Cultural Center. Glendi 92. Juror: Catherine Brodeur, Paul Leveille, and John Bakeny. Massachusetts. September. Award. 

  • Sixteenth Annual National Invitational Drawing Exhibition. Emporia State University, Norman R. Eppink Art Gallery, Gallery Director, Donald Perry. Emporia, Kansas. March - April.

 

1991

  • Wave Group Exhibition. Eastfield College Art Gallery. Eastfield College. Mesquite, Texas. February. 

  • Oklahoma State University Invitational Art Exhibition. Katherine Liontas, John Boyd, James Pace, Debrah Santini, Joel Buknowski and Art Weger. Purchase Award Winner from the Cimarron National Works on paper. Gardiner Art Gallery. January. 

  • Common Ground: Diverse Expressions, Wave Members Exhibition, 500 X Gallery. Dallas, Texas, November. 

  • The Leslie Powell Foundation: Oklahoma Centerfold Exhibition III. Juror: O. Gail Poole, Artist, Norman, Oklahoma. The Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton. November-December. Honorable Mention. 

  • 28th Annual National Juried Competition, "Dimensions" Associated Artists of Winston- Salem. Arts Council. Sawtooth Gallery North Carolina. October-November. Award. 

  • Dakotas 100, The International Exhibition of Artwork on Paper. Jurors: Dennis Navrat, Professor and Director of the Mind's Eye Gallery, Dickenson State University and Lloyd Menarol, Professor and Director of Printmaking, The University of South Dakota. Sept. 1991-January 1992. Merit Award.

  • National Greek Art Exhibition (9th Annual) Greek Cultural Center. Juror: Artemis Gyftopoulas; Maliotis Mass.; Elizabeth Newell, Director of Wisteriahurst Museum, Holyoke, Mass.; Barbara Lemon, Springfield Museum of Fine Arts. Sept. 1-8th. Award. 

  • Lubbock Fine Arts Festival. Fine Art Gallery. Juror: Mary Pat Day, Director of Owings Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lubbock Civic Center. April.

  • Aesthetics '91. Juried National Art Exhibition. Jurors: Julie Britton, Kansas Arts Commission, and Kepka Belton, National Heritage Fellowship. Friendship Hall Gallery, McPherson College, Kansas. April. 

  • Oklahoma Painting Biennial I. Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. Juror: Jim Waid, National Artist, Tucson, Arizona. Norlick Art Center. John McNeese. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. April. 

  • 9th Annual Maine/Maritime Flatworks Exhibition. Juror: Bruce Brown, Director of the Maine Coast Artist's Gallery. Marguerite Pullen Gallery. University of Maine at Presque Isle. March. 

  • Cimarron National Works on paper. Juror: Warrington Colescott, International Printmaker and Professor Emeritus of Art, University of Wisconsin, Gardiner Art Gallery. Oklahoma State University. April. 

  • Bradley National 23. Print and Drawing Exhibition. Juror: Francis Meyers, Artist/Printmaker; Printmaking Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Bradley University of Art Gallery. Peoria, Illinois. March-April. 

  • National Drawing and Print Competitive Exhibition. College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Juror: Gwenndolyn Owens, Director of the Art Gallery. University of Maryland at College Park. February-March.

 

1990

  • The Leslie Powell Foundation: Oklahoma Centerfold Exhibition II. Juror: DJ. Lafon, Artist and Professor of Art, East Central State University. The Leslie Powell Art Gallery. Lawton, Oklahoma. November. Honorable Mention. 

  • Five Printmakers. Katherine Liontas, David Conn, Don Scaggs, Laurance Scholder, Juergen Strunck. Brookhaven Forum Gallery. Gallery Directors: Joy Poe. Aug.-Sept. 

  • The Rendered Realism. The Graham Horstman Gallery. Juror: Graham Horstman Gallery. Denton, Texas. July-August. 

  • 32nd North Dakota Print and Drawing Annual. University of North Dakota. Juror: Joel Bujnowski, Artist and Printmaker at Harper College, Illinois. University of North Dakota Art Gallery. April-May. Purchase Award. 

  • Invitational Print and Drawing Exhibition. Appalachian State University. Curator: Mark Alexander, Catherine Smith Gallery. Boone, North Carolina. Feb-March. 

  • National All Media. Graham Horstman Gallery. Juror: Horstman Gallery. Denton, Texas. March. 

  • 24th Annual National Drawing Exhibition and Small Sculpture Exhibition. Del Mar College. Juror: James Surls, National and International Sculptor. Corpus Christ, Texas. March-April. 

  • Lubbock Fine Arts Invitational Exhibition. Lubbock Civic Center Art Gallery. April. 

  • The Leslie Powell Foundation. Oklahoma Exhibition. Juror: Cecil Lee, Professor of Art, University of Oklahoma. The Leslie Powell Art Gallery, Lawton, Oklahoma. November. Honorable Mention.

 

1989

  • Individual Artists of Oklahoma. Works on Paper Traveling Exhibit. Kirkpatrick Center Museum and Charles Goddard Art Center. December- January.

  • Lafayette Art Association. Jurors: Alan Flattmann, Author and Painter, Joe Bova, Professor of Art, Louisiana State University. Lafayette Art Gallery. Louisiana. Oct.-Nov. 

  • The Philbrook Museum of Art. Woman's Equality Coalition, Concert Hall Foyer, Century II. Wichita, Kansas. July 30-Sept. 

  • Seventh Annual National Greek Art Exhibition. Jurors: Vasilia Laskaris, Needham Massachusetts Art Institute and Wadsworth C. Hines, Art Institute GWVS Museum. Greek Cultural Center. Springfield, Massachusetts. Sept. Honorable Mention.

  • Biennial Arkansas Exhibition. The Arts and Science Center. Juror: Lynne Warren, Associate Curator of Art The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. May-July. 

  • Aesthetics '89. Juried National Art Exhibition. Jurors: Dee Connett, Chairwoman of Art Dept. Friends University Wichita, Kansas and Ray Kahmeyer, Chairman of the Art Department, Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas. McPherson College. May. 

  • Dakotas 100, The International Exhibition of Artwork on Paper. Jurors: Dennis Navrat, Professor and Director of the Mind's Eye Gallery, Dickenson State University and Lloyd Manard, Professor and Director of Printmaking, The University of South Dakota. Sept.-Jan. 1990. 

  • Kansas Fourteenth National Small Painting, Drawing, and Print Exhibition. Juror: Harold Joe Waldrum, Taos, New Mexico. Fort Hays State University Visual Arts Center. March-April. 

  • Annual Lubbock Arts Invitational Exhibition. A National Invitational, Lubbock, Texas. April. 

  • Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition. Juror: Lynwood Kreneck, Printmaker, Texas Tech University. Gardiner Gallery Oklahoma State University. March-April. Purchase Award.

 

1988

  • Common Ground. The Women's Connection, DWCA. Juror: Lynn Gumpert, Art Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. October-November. Dallas, Texas. 

  • Mountain Plains Highlights. The Museum of East Texas. Juror: Gordon McConnell, Assistant Director of the Yellowstone Art Center, Curator and Critic. November and December. Lufkin, Texas.

  • North Dakota Print and Drawing Annual Exhibition. University of North Dakota, Juror: Garo Antreasian, Printmaker. April-May. 

  • Western States Print Competition. Eccles Community Art Center. Jurors: Robert Kleinschmidt, Wayne Kimball, Moishe Smith. Utah. April. 

  • Second National Drawing and Print Exhibition. College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Juror: Eugene W. Leake, Artist, Educator, Former President of the Maryland Institute, College of Art. March-April.

  • Alumni Print Invitational, in conjunction with Colorprint USA. Tech University Art Gallery. Director: Lynwood Kreneck Lubbock, Texas. March-April.

 

1987

  • All On Paper. AAO Gallery, New York. Juror: Ms. Barbara Haskell/Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art. November-December.

  • Women Artists of Three States. Dallas Women's Caucus for Art. Juror: Juddith Brodsky, Internationally recognized Artist and Art Historian of Princeton, New Jersey. November. 

  • LTV Exhibition. Dallas Women's Caucus for Art. Dallas, Texas. Curated by Claudia Betti, North Texas State University. November. 

  • Ten in Texas Exhibition. Eastfield College Art Gallery. Mesquite, Texas. November. 

  • Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition. Juror: Judith Goldman, Associate Curator on Prints, Whitney Museum of American Art. March-April. 

  • Annual Lubbock Arts Festival. Twenty-Four National Artists Invitational. Lubbock, Texas. April.

 

1986

  • Diverse Idioms. Lawndale Art and Performing Center. Houston, Texas. November December. 

  • Southern Connecticut State University Graduate Exhibition. Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. April. 

  • 2nd National Juried Show, Gallery Sixty-Eight, Belfast, Maine. Juror: Herbert Lewis Fink, August-September. 

  • Individual Artist of Oklahoma Traveling Exhibit. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. September '86 - July '87. 

  • Faculty Exhibition, Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma. August-September.

  • 500 Expo Gallery. Group Exhibition. Dallas, Texas. May, 1986.

  • Group Exhibition. Eastfield College Art Gallery, Mesquite, Texas. 

  • Two Person Exhibition. Prints and Paintings. Cameron University. Lawton, Oklahoma.

 

1984

  • Fine Arts Exhibition. The City of Lubbock Fine Arts Center. February. Texas

  • Fourteenth National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Minot, North Dakota. Juror: Lynwood Kreneck. February- March. 

  • 18th Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show. Del Mar College. Corpus Christ, Texas. Juror: Mel Ramos. March-April.

  • Boston Printmakers 36th National Exhibition, Boston, Massachusetts. Juror: Clifford S. Ackley; Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. April-May.

 

1983

  • 2nd Wesleyan International Exhibitions of Prints and Drawings. Macon, Georgia. Juror: Carolyn Autry and Sidney Chafetz. January-February. 

  • 17th Prints, Drawings, and Crafts Exhibition. The Arkansas Arts Center. Juror: Roy Slade, President of Cranbrook Academy of Art. May-June. Purchase Award. 

  • Thirteenth National Print Exhibition. The Silvermine Guild for the Artists. Connecticut. Juror: Michael de Leon, Printmaker at the Art Student's League in New York. October.

 

 

COLORPRINT U.S.A. 1998 NATIONWIDE EXHIBITIONS

on November 6, 1998 
Katherine Liontas-Warren 
Night Visitors, Stone Lithograph

 

  • The University Center Art Gallery, University of Alabama in Huntsville. Alabama.

  • Alaska State Museum, Juneau, Alaska

  • Union Gallery, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

  • University of Arkansas Fine Arts Gallery, Fayetteville. Arkansas.

  • Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, California.

  • Metropolitan State College of Denver/Center for the Visual Arts, Denver, Colorado

  • Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut.

  • Delaware College of Art and Design, Wilmington, Delaware.

  • University of Miami Gallery, Coral Gables, Florida.

  • East Gallery, Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa Art Gallery, Honolulu, Hawaii.

  • John B. Davis Gallery, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho.

  • Rockford College of Art Gallery, Rockford, Illinois.

  • Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa city, Iowa.

  • University of Kansas Art and Design Gallery, Lawrence, Kansas.

  • University of Louisville, Schneider Hall, Louisville, Kentucky.

  • New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana.

  • Carnegie Gallery, University of Maine, Orono, Maine.

  • Art Gallery Montgomery College, Rockville Campus, Maryland.

  • Hillyer Gallery, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts.

  • Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

  • Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, Mississippi.

  • Cecille R. Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri.

  • Helen Copeland Gallery, School of Art, Montana State University, Montana.

  • The Gallery Department of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska.

  • McNamara Art Gallery, University of Neveda, Reno, Nevada.

  • The Art Gallery, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire.

  • The Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, Rutgers University, New Jersey.

  • The Centennial Gallery, New Mexico Union, University of New Mexico.

  • Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York

  • Claude Howell Gallery of the University of North Carolina, North Carolina

  • North Dakota Museum of Art, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

  • Hopkins Hall Gallery, College of Arts, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

  • Cameron University Art Gallery, Oklahoma

  • Fairbanks Gallery, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

  • The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island

  • Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina

  • University Art Galleries, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota

  • Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, Knoxville, Tennessee

  • Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, Tennessee

  • Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee

  • Landmark Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

  • Second Floor Gallery, University of Texas, Austin, Texas

  • Brigham Young Museum of Art, Provo, Utah

  • Middlebury College Museum of Art, Middlebury, Vermont

  • The Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisburg, Virginia

  • The Claude and Mary Harris Gallery,Walla Walla College, Washington

  • Mesaros gallery, W. Virginia University, Division of Art, Morgantown, W. Virginia

  • University of Wisconsin Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin

  • University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming