|Etta Zuritsky Winigrad
Size: 31" x 33" x 11"
Winigrad received her Bachelor of Applied Arts from the University of Pennsylvania. She has continued her education at Moore College, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and various workshops. Winigrad's ceramic sculpture is influenced by primitive forms and surrealism, and is used to explore universal ideas and concerns of the human condition.
Winigrad has won awards from: the Art Association of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, State College, Pennsylvania; Main Line Art Center, Pennsylvania; Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania; and Pavilion Gallery, Memorial Hospital, Mt. Holly, New Jersey.
Her selected exhibitions include: Women's Movement in Clay, California, 1995; Images 1994, Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, Hub Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1994; 17th Annual Bucks County Sculpture Show, James A. Michner Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1994; Solo Exhibition, Muse Gallery, Philadelphia, 1992 and '94; Eighth Annual San Angelo National Ceramic Competition, San Angelo, Texas, 1993; Craft Forms 1993, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, Pennsylvania, 1993; VII Annual South Jersey Artists Exhibition, Stedman Gallery, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, 1991; First Regional Exhibition, National Museum of Ceramic Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 1991; and Feminist Imagination in Clay, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, Maryland, 1990.