Joan Winter



Joan Winter's sculptural works and prints are influenced by contemporary Japanese architecture, especially spaces emphasizing light and transparency as primary elements. Areas of investigation include ideas of light as the inner source of form and concepts of time relative to memory, physical changes and movement in space. Her subtle reductive use of materials includes light natural woods, translucent cast resin, and handmade paper, revealing forms of physical lightness and ethereal presence.

Conduit Gallery Exhibitions

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2010 Dubhe Carreño Gallery, Chicago IL
  • 2009 Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Arequipa, Peru
  • 2009 Deloney-Newkirk Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
  • 2009 Peel Gallery, Houston, TX
  • 2009 CADD Art Lab, Dallas, TX
  • 2008 Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, TX
  • 2006 HWY 90 Gallery, Marfa, TX
  • 2007 Flatbed Press, Austin, TX
  • 2005 Robot Art Gallery, San Antonio, TX
  • 2004 McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX
  • 2004 Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Dallas, TX
  • 2004 Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA