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EDUCATION

2002 Master of Fine Arts, University of Florida, School of Art & Art History, Gainesville FL
1970-72 Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York NY M.A. program, museum studies
1969 Post-Baccalaureate study, New York University, Department of Art History, New York NY
1969 BA, European History, Bucknell University, Lewisburg PA

EXHIBITIONS

One / Two / Three Person Exhibitions (since 1990)

2015 Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone NC, Structures + Surfaces: Lynn Duryea and Brad Strohman
2014 Outeast Gallery, Montauk NY, Lynn Duryea + Paton Miller
Crimson Laurel Gallery, Bakersville NC, Lynn Duryea, Featured Artist
2013 Gallery 1912, Emory + Henry College, Emory VA, Lynn Duryea: Structures
Center for Maine Craft, West Gardiner ME, Lynn Duryea: Master Craft Artist
Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe NM, In/Site (two person)
2012 George Mason Gallery, Nobleboro ME, Watershed’s Founders (three person)
2011 Celadon / Clay Center of the Hamptons, East Hampton NY (two person)
Blue Heron Gallery, Deer Isle ME
Barn Gallery, Rancho Linda Vista, Oracle AZ
2010 A.D. Gallery, UNC Pembroke, Pembroke NC, Clay Abstractions: Formalist Approaches to the Medium (three person)
Appalachian Center for Craft, Smithville TN, Lynn Duryea: Structures
2007 James Patrick Gallery, Wiscasset ME (two person)
2006 Snyderman / The Works Gallery, Philadelphia PA
Lacoste Gallery, Concord MA
Gallery at Kendal at Oberlin, Oberlin OH, The Ordinary is Extraordinary
2005 Laramie County Community College, Cheyenne WY, Material Matters
Deer Isle Artists’ Association, Deer Isle ME, The Ordinary is Extraordinary
2004 Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Houston TX, Abstractions & Allusions
Studio Gallery, Brookhaven College, Dallas TX, Lynn Duryea: Works in Clay & Metal
Atrium Gallery, Lewiston/Auburn College, University of Southern Maine, Lynn Duryea & Jeff Kellar: Sculpture and Related Work (two person)
2002 University Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville FL, Absence / Presence
June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Portland ME
2001 Deer Isle Artists Association, Deer Isle ME
1995, 1991 Leighton Gallery, Blue Hill ME
1993 Gayle Wilson Gallery, Southampton NY
1992 Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton NY

Exhibitions Curated (since 2005):

2013 Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, At Your Service: Serving Bowls
2012 River Arts, Damariscotta ME (with Chris Gustin, in conjunction with Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts), Influences and Connections: Ceramic Artists at Watershed
2007 James Patrick Gallery, Wiscasset ME, Core Sample
2006 Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver WA, minimal / ist, in conjunction with National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA)

Recent Selected Group Exhibitions (since 2005):

2016 Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport ME, Maine Biennial, juried by Christine Berry, Director Berry Campbell Gallery NYC and John Yau, writer for Hyperallergic
Deer isle Artist’s Association, Deer Isle ME, 12 x 12, open
CRAFT Gallery, Rockland ME, Biennial Artists Past and Present, invitational
June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Portland ME, FINALE, curated
2015 New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford MA, Artists @ Watershed (in conjunction with NCECA), curated by Sequoia Miller
Elder Gallery, Charlotte NC, Carolina’s Got Art (ceramics), juried by Peter Callas
William King Musuem, Abingdon VA, From These Hills: Artists of the Southern Appalachians, juried
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD, 35th Anniversary Exhibit, invited artist
2014 University of Southern Maine, Lewiston-Auburn College, Lewiston ME, The Inspired Hand VI, juried by Carl Little
2013 Susquehanna Center for the Creative Arts, Columbia PA, Show Clay, curated by Kathryn Narrow
2012 Crimson Laurel Gallery, Bakersville NC, Containment III
Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN, Material Transformation, juried by Gail Levin
Atrium Gallery, University of Southern Maine, Lewiston-Auburn College, Inspired Hand V
Dogwood Arts, Knoxville TN, Regional Fine Art Exhibition
North Carolina Pottery Center, Seagrove NC, Ceramic Art of NC University and College Faculty
Deluce Gallery, Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville MO, Deluce Clay National, juried by Peter Pinnell
Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle ME, Craft Connections
New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester NH, Ceramics Biennial Exhibition 2012, juried by James Lawton
2011 Pewabic Pottery, Detroit MI, Romancing the Rustbelt, curated by Tara Robinson
Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN, Mountain Visions, juried by Greg Shelnutt
Maine Crafts Association, Eastland Gallery, Portland ME (in conjunction with CODA Conference: Craft Organization Director’s Association)
Studio @ 620, St. Petersburg FL, University of Florida Faculty and Alumni Exhibition (held in conjunction with NCECA: National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts
Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton Arts Foundation, Lorton VA, Clay National 2011, juried by Ellen Shankin
Caldwell Arts Council, Lenoir NC, Ink, Clay and Other Matter(s), curated by Scott Ludwig
Pitt County Art Council / Emerge, Greenville NC, Downeast Sculpture
2010 Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD, Encore: 30th Anniversary Celebration
Charlie Cummings Gallery, Gainesville FL, Best Foot Forward
2009 Rocky Mount Arts Center, Rocky Mount NC, Handcrafted, juried by Jerry Jackson
Bentley Projects, Phoenix AZ, In Focus: Three on the Vessel, curated by Bryan Hopkins, held in conjunction with NCECA (National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts)
The Eye Lounge, Phoenix AZ, Veneration, curated by Bryan Hopkins and Matt Burton, held in conjunction with NCECA (National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts)
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD, More Than Skin Deep
Gustin Gallery, S. Dartmouth MA, Watershed Woodfire Exhibition
2008 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Center Gallery, Deer Isle ME, Haystack: Creative Process
Guilford College Art Gallery, Greensboro NC, From One Hand to Another
Deer Isle Artists Association, Deer Isle ME
Lenoir Sculpture Competition, Lenoir NC, Merit Award, Robert Ebendorf, juror
2007 Lacoste Gallery, Concord MA, Form + Abstraction
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD, Fahrenheit 1940
Ferrum College, Ferrum VA, Blue Ridge Clay Invitational
Charlie Cummings Gallery, Fort Wayne IN, Clay Mechanics II
2006 Meredith Center for Women in the Arts, Meredith College, Raleigh NC, Forms in Translation
The Clay Studio, Philadelphia PA, Small Favors
Santa Fe Clay @ NCECA Portland OR, La Mesa
Society for Arts & Crafts, Boston, MA, Watershed’s 20th Anniversary Exhibition
2005 Avampato Discovery Museum, Charleston W VA, Appalachian Corridors, juried by Faith Ringgold
Tri-State Sculpture Conference, Appalachian State University, Boone NC, Redefining Space
Center for Creativity, Craft & Design, University of North Carolina Asheville NC, Spotlight 2005: American Craft Council Southeast, Merit Award, juried by David Revere McFadden, Chief Curator, Museum of Arts and Design

RECENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2004–2016 Appalachian State University, Boone NC, Area Coordinator, Ceramics
Professor of Art, 2014–2016
Associate Professor, 2010–14
Assistant Professor, 2004–2010
2003–04 Sam Houston State University, Huntsville TX, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art
2002–03 Maine College of Art, Portland ME, Ceramics Instructor, Continuing Studies
Cape Elizabeth High School, Cape Elizabeth ME, Ceramics Instructor
1999–2002 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ceramics Department, School of Art & Art History, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
2000, 1998 Island Mural Project, assistant to Eddie Dominguez, coordinated by Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle ME: installations at Deer Isle-Stonington High School and Island Nursing Home
1992–2004 Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, Artist Facilitator, The
Watershed Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS: an eight-day residency workshop

RECENT PROFESSIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

2006 Nina Hole Fire Sculpture Residency, Appalachian State University, Boone NC,
Project Coordinator
1992–04 Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, Program Coordinator, The Watershed Workshop for People with HIV / AIDS
1986– Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME,
1996 – Founding Trustee
1988–90 – Vice-President, Board of Directors
1986–88 – Co-Founder and first President, Board of Directors
1989– Sawyer Street Studios, South Portland ME: one of four artist owners of a studio/gallery/ educational complex which we purchased and renovated.

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2015 Structures & Surfaces, (gallery guide) Mary Anne Redding, Curator, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone NC
Ceramics Monthly, “Exposure”, vol. 63 #6, pg. 18
Lynn Duryea, self-published with essays by Stuart Kestenbaum, Mary Anne Redding, Jim Toub
2014 East Hampton Star, The Art Scene by Mark Segal, “A Duryea Returns”, May 15 2014
2013 Lynn Duryea: Structures, Curator’s Welcome by Anna Nenonen, 1912 Gallery, Emory + Henry College, Emory VA
Ceramic Art of North Carolina University and College Faculty, Edmund Henneke, curator, (Seagrove NC: North Carolina Pottery Center), pg. 3
Ceramic Arts 2013 Yearbook and Annual Buyer’s Guide, The American Ceramic Society, “Watershed’s 25th Anniversary”, pgs. 18-19
Pasatiempo: The New Mexican’s Weekly Magazine of Art, Entertainment and Culture, September 13-19, 2013, pg. 66
A! Magazine for the Arts, vol. 20 #1, pg. 11
Cultural Events, Emory + Henry College, Spring 2013
Ceramics Monthly, “Gallery Guide”, Vol. 61 #8, pg. 116
2012 From a Slab of Clay, Daryl E. Baird (Westerville OH: American Ceramic Society)
Bangor Daily News: Deer Isle sculptor Lynn Duryea named Maine Master Craft Artist
Maine Crafts Association: Lynn Duryea named 2012 Master Craft Artist
2011 Ceramic Sculptures, Linda Kopp. editor (New York and Asheville NC: Lark Publications, a division of Sterling Publications)
2009 500 Sculptures: Contemporary Practice, Singular Works, juried and introduction by Glen R. Brown (New York & London: Lark Publications, a division of Sterling Publications)
Dry Glazes, Jeremy Jernegan (London: A & C Black Publishers Ltd.)
2008 Extruder, Mold & Tile, Anderson Turner, editor (Westervillle OH: American Ceramic Society), cover photo
Extruder, Mold & Tile, Anderson Turner, editor, “Lynn Duryea: Tar Paper Molds” by Glen Brown, pg. 91
Island Ad-Vantages, Stonington ME, “Compass: Gallery Focus”, vol. 78 #25, June 19, pg. 7
Bangor Daily News, “Exhibit Traces Haystack’s Impact” by Jessica Bloch June 19, pg. C7
Maine Sunday Telegram, “Kany Does Right by MCA”, April 13, pg. E5
2007 Maine Sunday Telegram, “Dual Effort in Wiscasset” by Philip Isaacson, September 23, 2007
2006 American Craft, February / March 2006, vol. 66 #1, pg. 25 (photo).
Appalachian Today, “Appalachian Explorations: Research and Creative Endeavors at Appalachian University”, Spring 2006, vol. 2 #1, back cover.
Ceramics Monthly, “Up Front: Lynn Duryea”, March 2006, vol. 54 #3, pg. 22.
The Colombian, “A Celebration of Ceramics” by Tricia Jones, February 10, 2006, pg. D1.
The Oregonian, “Duchampian Ceramics” by Victoria Blake, March 3, 2006, pg. 23.
The Mountain Times, “ASU’s Faculty Biennial on Display”, February 2, 2006
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts Newsletter, “20 Short Years” by Lynn Duryea, March 2006
New England Crafts Connoisseur, “Saluting a Special Place for Clay Artists”, Spring 2006, vol. 9, issue 3, pgs. 1,8
2005 Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “Sculptor Builds Art as Tall as Herself”, Karen Cotton, February 4, Center for Creativity, Craft & Design, Spotlight 2005: American Craft Council Southeast
2004 Ceramics Monthly, “Lynn Duryea: The Energy of Edges”, article by Glen Brown, October. vol. 52 #8, pg. 32
Discovery: Fifty Years of Craft and Transformation at Haystack, Carl Little, ed. University of Maine Press, Orono ME, pg. 63
Creative Careers in Crafts, by Susan Joy Sager, Ainsworth Press, New York NY
Ceramic Editors 2004: Symposium Proceedings & Art Catalogue, 1st International Journal Editors Symposium and FuLe International Ceramic Art Museums, Fuping, CHINA, Gentle Breeze Publishing

GRANTS, HONORS & AWARDS

2012 Maine Crafts Association, Master Craft Award
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, fully funded Founder’s Session
Caldwell County Arts Council, Lenoir Sculpture Competition, Honorable Mention, Gerald Bolas, award juror
 2011 Appalachian State University, Undergraduate Research Assistant Grant, Exploration Leading to Exhibition
Watauga County Arts Council, Regional Artist Project Grant
2010 Appalachian State University, University Research Council Grant, Combinatory Sculpture (Phase II)
2009 Appalachian State University, Foundations Fellows Grant, Language and Craft
Appalachian State University, Art Department, Gold Form Funds
2008 Watauga County Arts Council, Regional Artist Project Grant
Caldwell County Arts Council, Lenoir Sculpture Competition, Honorable Mention, Robert Ebendorf, award juror
2007 Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, fully funded residency
2006 Maine Arts Commission, Good Idea Grant
Richard T. Barker Friends of the Library Award (recognizing outstanding scholarly / creative achievements), Carol Grotnes Belk Library, Appalachian State University
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, 20 Years of Watershed
2005 Maine Arts Commission, Good Idea Grant
Appalachian State University, Hubbard Center, Registration Grant
Appalachian State University, College of Fine & Applied Arts, Gold Form Funds
Center for Creativity, Craft & Design, University of North Carolina Asheville NC, Spotlight 2005: American Craft Council Southeast, juried by David Revere McFadden, Chief Curator, Museum of Arts and Design (merit award)
2004 NCECA (National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts), Emerging Artist Award
Appalachian State University, University Research Council Grant, Combinatory Sculpture

SELECTED LECTURES & WORKSHOPS

2015 Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone NC, artist talk A//B//C//D
Florence Thomas Art School, West Jefferson NC, Corey Anne Celebration of Women in the Arts Symposium, keynote speaker
2012 Emory + Henry College, Emory VA, artist talk
2011 Rancho Linda Vista Community of the Arts, Oracle AZ, artist lecture
Celadon Gallery, Clay Center of the Hamptons, Water Mill NY, artist lecture
Sam Houston State University, Huntsville TX, artist lecture
University of Texas, San Antonio, San Antonio TX, artist lecture
University of Texas, El Paso, artist lecture
2007 James Patrick Gallery, Wiscasset ME, Core Sample curator’s talk
2006 Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver WA, minimal / ist, curator’s talk
Clark College, Vancouver WA, artist lecture
Meredith Center for Women in the Arts, Meredith College, Raleigh NC, Forms in Translation, panel discussion
Appalachian State University, Art Department Noon Forum Series, Contemporary Ceramics in Relation to Minimalism
Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park PA, artist lecture
2000-06 Island Nursing Home, Deer Isle ME, ceramics classes
2005 Tri-State Sculpture Conference held @ Appalachian State University, Boone NC, Large Scale Slab Construction
2004 NCECA Conference (National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts), Indianapolis IN, Emerging Artist, artist lecture
1991–2004 Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Artist in Residence, Newcastle ME, Watershed Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS
2003 Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacagdoches TX, workshop and artist lecture
University of Florida, Gainesville FL, Ceramics Department, visiting artist

JURIED WEBSITES

ArtAxis.org
AccessCeramics.org

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Bangor Mental Health Institute, Bangor ME
FuLe International Ceramic Art Museum, Fuping, Xian, CHINA
New Orleans Museum of Art, E. John Bullard Collection, New Orleans LA
Northern Maine Community College, Presque Isle, ME (Percent for Art installation)
Robert M. MacNamera Foundation, Westport Island ME
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone NC
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle ME, Study Collection

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Edward Albee, Montauk NY
Maureen Barrett, Las Vegas NV
Bruce Brown, Curator Emeritus, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport ME
E. John Bullard, former Director, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans LA
Christopher Crossman, former Director Farnsworth Museum, Rockland ME
Deborah and Robert Cummins, Deer Isle ME
William & Catherine Daley, Elkins Park PA
El Deseo Collection, Oracle AZ
Luther Hodges, Blowing Rock NC
Stuart Kestenbaum (& Susan Webster), Deer Isle ME
Former Director, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Rayanne + Ed Kleiner, Brooksville ME
Clemmer and David Montague, Fort Washington MD
Mary Anne Redding + Roger Atkins, Boone NC
Michael Tracy, San Ygnacio TX
Larry Watson, Blowing Rock NC
Ann & Harry Wollman, Woodstock VT

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle ME
taupe gallery, Wilkesboro NC
Crimson Laurel Gallery, Bakersville NC