Title: Paths Chosen
Size: 36" x 24" x 7"
Burns-Bowie's elegant, organic forms of porcelain and glass are metaphors for psychological and spiritual growth and transformation. Her works convey a sense of the preciousness of life, inspiration of nature, and power of the human spirit.
She studied at the Sorbonne, Paris, France; San Francisco's deYoung Museum; and with numerous masters throughout the U.S. She is the recipient of several NEA grants and is listed in several versions of Who's Who. Burns-Bowie has been an honored guest at Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and was invited by The National Museum of Women in the Arts to exhibit in the United Nations 4th World Congress on Women in Beijing.
Her selected exhibitions include: World's Fair, Seville, Spain; Paris Fair, France; International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy; United Nations 4th World Congress on Women, the US Embassy, and China Art Museum, Beijing, China; Radcliffe College of Harvard University; Minneapolis Institute of Art; Walker Art Museum; Queen's College, Cambridge, England; Delaware Art Museum; Indianapolis Museum of Art; Michigan University; Phoenix and Ceres Galleries, New York; and with World Artists for Tibet.
Maureen Burns-Bowie may be contacted by visiting her website at: http://www.maureenburns-bowie.com