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Juan Granados

First Harvest

Handformed, textured clay, slip, stains, oxides and glaze
14"x 12"x 9"

Artist Statement

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


	Master of Fine Arts: June 14, 1991
	The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH


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

1994	"Clay National"
	Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University
	University Park, Pennsylvania
 	Wayne Higby, juror

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

1993	"Feats of Clay"
	Historical Gallery of Gladding McBean
	Patti Warashina, juror
	Lincoln, California

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
	Val Cushing, juror
	Washington, D.C.

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