October 15 — November 12, 2011

Unfolding Light

Joan Winter



The works in Unfolding Light represent work created between 2010 and 2011 and are influenced by Japanese architecture and artifacts, specifically, forms that convey the poetic connections between man-made constructions and the timelessness of nature. The sculptures in the exhibition are made from translucent cast resin, Bird’s Eye Maple and Baltic Birch. The forms are influenced by elements in a residence by the architect Yoneda, and and a bangasa umbrella from the late Tashio Period. The prints include etchings, photo polymer gravure and silk screens and document the process of developing the three dimensional work in the exhibition.

Joan Winter earned an M.F.A. from Southern Methodist University in 1993 and lives and works in Dallas,Texas. She is represented in the museum collections of the University of Texas Tech in Lubbock, TX; Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts, Dallas, TX and the Rose Collection, bequeathed to the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX. Exhibitions since 2007 include: Deloney-Newkirk Galleries, Santa Fe, NM; Hwy 90 Gallery, Marfa, TX; Dubhe Carreno, Chicago, IL; J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, NY; the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Arequipa, Peru and the Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.

Artists in this Exhibition