PAULA COLTON WINOKUR
435 NORRISTOWN ROAD HORSHAM PA. 19044
215 675 7708 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org website: paulawinokur.com
Tyler School of Art, Temple University Philadelphia, PA BFA, BS,ED l958
SUNY Alfred, College of Ceramics, Graduate Study Summer l958
TEACHING EXPERIENCE (selected)
l973-2003 Arcadia University, Glenside, PA (professor emerita )
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (selected )
2006 International Academy of Ceramics
2003-present Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts, Board of Trustees
l996-2001 President: Tyler School of Art, Alumni Association
l992-2001 The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Advisory Board, Chair, Lecture series
l979-l982 Board of Directors: National Council in Education for the Ceramic Arts
GRANTS & AWARD S (selected)
2005/1986 Visual Arts Fellowship, Penna. Council on the Arts
2003 Professor of the Year Arcadia University
2002 Fellow: American Crafts Council
l998 Faculty Development Award: conference in China
l994 Faculty Development Award: International Symposium, Hungary
l976/l988 Visual Arts Fellowship: National Endowment for the Arts
l983 Honorary Fellowship: National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts
2010 Houston Museum of Fine Arts
2005 Design Museum, Helsinki, Finland
2004 The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
2000 Mint Museum of Crafts & Design, Charlotte, N.C
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA
l998 Jingdezhen Ceramic Art Institute, China
l994 Renwick Gallery, Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
l993 The Philadelphia Convention Center Art Collection
l993 The International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
l993 Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts, Montreal, Canada
l992 American Craft Museum, New York, N.Y.
l979 Connecticut State College Ceramic Collection
l978 Arizona State University, Ceramics Collection, Tempe, AZ
l976 Utah Museum of Art, Salt Lake City, UT
l973 Alberta Potters Association, Calgary, Canada
l972 Delaware Museum of Art, Wilmington,. Delaware
l970 Philadelphia Museum of Art
SOLO EXHIBITIONS (selected)
2008 Goggleworks Art Gallery, Reading, PA
2006 Art Gallery: Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
2005 Design Museum, Helsinki, Finland
2004 The Contemporary Museum Honolulu, Hawaii
2003 Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York
1999/92/90/88/78 Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia
l995 Long Island University, Southampton, N.Y.
l991 Napa Valley College, California
l980 College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, V
l976 Contemporary Crafts, Portland, OR
GROUP EXHIBITIONS (selected)
Beyond Sublime: Changing Nature, Walton Art Center, Fayetteville, Ark
NCECA Invitational: Earth Matters, Moore College of Art & Design,
Three Person Exhibition during NCECA 2010, Rosenfeld Gallery,
2004 "Standing Room Only" 60th Scripps Ceramic Annual, Claremont, CA
2003 Poetics of Clay: Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts, Texas
2002 Fellows Exhibition: Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon
2001 International Biennial, Ichon, Korea
2000 Color & Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics: LA County Museum
l998 NCECA Honors & Fellows Exhibition, Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art
First Yixing Ceramic Invitational, Yixing, China
l997 Ceramic Still Life: The Common Object! California
Ceramics from the International Ceramics studio (Kesckemet Hungary )
at: Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales
l996 NCECA Endowment Exhibition, Strong Museum, Rochester, N.Y.
East & West & South: International Ceramics Symposium, Tolgyfa
Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
Architectural Clay: The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA
l992 A Decade of Craft: Recent Acquisitions, American Craft Museum, N.Y.
From the Ground Up: Moore College of Art. PA.
Contemporary Ceramics, Philadelphia Museum of Art
l990 Contemporary Philadelphia Artists: Philadelphia Museum of Art
l989 American Clay Artists: Port of History Museum, Philadelphia
l986 Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical, American Craft Museum, New York
and traveling throughout U.S.A.
l984 Porcelain '84 : Liberty Gallery, Louisville, KY
l981 Dionyse International, Gent Belgium
l980 American Porcelain: the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute.
Washington D. C. (and traveling, 3 years )
l977 Women's Symposium Exhibition, Univ. Of Indiana, Terre Haute, IN
l976 Philadelphia: 300 Years of American Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art
l00 Artists Celebrate 200 years: Fairtree Gallery, N.Y.
l975 National Porcelain Exhibition: Loch Haven Art Center, Florida
l974 Baroque'74: museum of Contemporary Crafts, N.Y.
Opening Exhibition: Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
l973 Craftsmen '73: Philadelphia Civic Center
20 potters: American Crafts Council/ USIA: traveling to 4 Far Eastern
l972 9th annual Corning Crafts Show ( jury award), Corning N.Y.
l970 Crafts '70 American Crafts Council ( NE. Region) at Institute of
Contemporary Art, Boston, Mass
l968 Ceramic Invitational: Ohio State University, Columbus
l966 Craftsmen U.S.A. Contemporary Crafts Museum, N.Y. ( merit award )
l964 23rd Ceramic National, Everson Museum, New York
l962 Young Americans, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, N.Y.
l958 Young Americans, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, N.Y.
BIBLIOGRAPHY (Essays, reviews and photographs of work published ) (selected)
2006 Review of Arcadia Exhibition, Phila. Inquirer, Ed Sozanski (11/12/06)
2005 Paula Winokur's Poetic Earth Ceramics Art & Perception #59 Gerard
2005 World Famous Ceramic Art Studios:BaiMing, Hebei Fine Arts Publishing, Beijing PRC
2004 Honolulu Weekly: Review, Marcia morse "Nature Embodied" 12/8/04
2002 Fellows of the ACC Article: American Craft Magazine, Oct/Nov
2000 Photo: Color & Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics ( Rizzoli)
2000 Article about work, Robin Rice in apr/may American Craft mag.
Review of solo exhibition: Ed Sozanski, Phila. Inquirer 1/2/2000
l995 The New York Times Art Review: Phyllis Braff, 4/23/95
l993 Ceramics: Art & Perception, #13, "Winokur Landmarks" Ivy Barsky
The City Paper, review of architectural ceramics, Robin Reis, January
l992 The Craft & Art of Clay, Susan Peterson, p.290
l991 American Ceramics Magazine Helen Drutt Gallery, Chritine Liotti, Dec.
l988 The History of American Ceramics, Elaine Levin, Abrams, PP275/281
l987 Architectural Ornamentalism Jim Kemp & Robert Peron
l986 The New Ceramics: Trends & Traditions, Peter Dormer, Thames &
Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical: exhibition catalogue
l984 Studio Ceramics: Peter Lane, Chilton, pp66, 245 & back cover
l983 Images in Clay Sculpture, Charlotte Speight pp 162, 202
l981 Porcelain- Traditions and New Vision, Axel & Mcready pp48,71.73,75
l978 "American Ceramics", The studio Potter, Paul Donhauser
JUROR (selected )
2007 Abstract Ceramics: Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, Conn.
2004 National Ceramics Exhibition: Wallingford Art Center
1997 The Philadelphia Art Museum Craft Show, Pa Convention Center
Colorado Clay Annual, The Foothills Art Center
The Ceramic League of Miami, Annual Eshibition
1996 Fleisher At Memorial: Challenge Exhibitions
1991 Visual Arts fellowships, New England Foundation for the Arts,
1990 Juried Members Exhibition, NCECA
1987 Lakeshore Festival for the Arts, Milwaukee, Wisc.
1986 National Ceramics Exhibition: Radford University, Va.
1982 Fleisher Art Memorial: Challenge Exhibitions
1984 The Philadelphia Craft Show: Philadelphia Civic Center
1976 The Philadelphia Craft Show, Memorial Hall
LECTURES/ARTIST RESIDENCIES (selected )
2009 Fort Hays University, Kansas
2006 Renwick Gallery/ Smithsonian American Art Museum, Wash. DC
Red Dirt Studio, Washington, DC ( workshop )
2005 Philadelphia Art Alliance: Lecture: Philadelphia Clay Artists
2004 University of the Arts, Lecture
2002 Penland School of Crafts, Penland, Nort Carolina ( residency )
2000 Alabama Clay Conference, Montgomery, Alabama
1998 NCECA: annual conference, Fort Worth, TX, lecture & demo
1997 Ceramic League of Miami, workshop & lectures
1996 Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine
Millersville University, Millersville, Pa
1995 Ecola della Bella Artes, Valencia, Spain
LaNapouleFoundation for Arts, LaNapoule, France
1994 Visiting Artist, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Lecture; International Ceramic conference, Dumfries, Scotland
Lecture: Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland
International Ceramic Symposium, International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemt, Hungary (residency )