Art affects everyone differently but serves as a universal language. My work reflects a life of need, growth, and change. Through my work, I attempt to communicate experiences of my past and present environment. As I've developed as an artist, I have grown to accept my past and to rely on memories to help me in the present. I cannot deny. ignore. or forget who I am or where I've come from. My work is a mirror of my past that I constantly reconstruct for visions of the future.
Juan Granados, M.F.A. 704 Montague Drive Cheney, WA 99004 (509) 235-4198 EDUCATION Master of Fine Arts: June 14, 1991 The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH NATIONAL EXHIBITIONS 1995 "Invitational " Montgomery College, Rockville Maryland Invited Artists: Aurore Chabot, Juan Granados, Anti Cooke, Mary Jo Bole, Ron Kovatch, Paul Sires, Eva Kwong, Virginia Scotchie, IC Stowell. Nina Bo/Borgia-Aberle, Michael Lucero, Adrian Arleo January 23-February l0 1994 "Radical Exhibition" The Clara Kott Von Storch Gallery Dexter. Michigan February-March 1994 "Clay National" Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University University Park, Pennsylvania Wayne Higby, juror December-January 1993 "Wichita National" Wichita Center for the Arts Paul Soldner, juror Witchita, Kansas August 7-September 19 1993 "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral" Clay Studio Gallery Pittsburg, Pennsylvania October-November 1993 "Feats of Clay" Historical Gallery of Gladding McBean Patti Warashina, juror Lincoln, California May-June 1992 "Out of Clay" An Exhibition in Contemporary Ceramics Clara Kott Von Storch Gallery Ruth Butler, juror Dexter, Michigan November 7-December 30 1992 Farrell Collection Invitational Val Cushing, juror Washington, D.C. May-June
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