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Joan Winter

Joan Winter is a Dallas TX-based artist whose prints and sculpture are influenced by contemporary Japanese architecture, especially spaces emphasizing light and transparency as primary elements. Areas of investigation include ideas of light as the inner source of form and concepts of time relative to memory, physical changes and movement in space. Her subtle reductive use of materials includes light natural woods, translucent cast resin, and handmade paper, revealing forms of physical lightness and ethereal presence. For the “Counterpoint” photogravures, Winter photographed several small sculpture maquettes made from carved acrylic, cropping the images to create new abstract forms.

Born in Ft. Worth, Texas
Lives and works in Dallas, Texas

MFA 1993 Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts, Dallas, TX
BA 1969, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

Deedie & Rusty Rose Collection, bequeathed to the Dallas Museum of Art, TX
Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, TX
Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Southern Methodist University – Meadows School of the Arts, Dallas, TX
Kingdon Capitol Management, New York, NY
Middleburg, Riddle, and Gianna Legal Firm, Baton Rouge, LA and Dallas, TX
Baker Botts Legal Firm, Dallas, TX
The Capitol Group Co., Los Angeles, CA
Thomas Property Group – Headquarters, Philadelphia, PA
Architectural Lighting, Inc., Dallas, TX
W Hotel, Residential Tower – Public Areas, Dallas, TX
Mansion Hotel, Rosewood Properties, Dallas, TX
Plains Capital Bank Headquarters, Dallas, TX
Suntex Capital Investments, Dallas, TX
Citation Oil and Gas Corporation, Houston, TX
Baker & McKenzie LLP, Houston, TX
Four Seasons Residencies Public Areas, Austin, TX
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX