A/Arch #2


Lynn Duryea
A/Arch #2
Terracotta, kanthol wire
12.5H x 8.5W x 3D inches
Item #HG-I_284-01

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South Portland, ME

Professor Emerita of Art at Appalachian State University in Boone NC,
Lynn Duryea was a studio artist working in Maine before earning a Master
of Fine Arts from the University of Florida. She now works in Maine full-
time, in South Portland and on Deer Isle.

Lynn is a Founding Trustee of Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and
was the Program Coordinator and Artist-in-Residence for The Watershed
Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS. She is a co-founder of Sawyer Street
Studios, an artist-owned ceramic facility in South Portland, Maine. She was
a recipient of the Maine Crafts Association 2012 Master Craft Award, and
the first visual artist to receive Portland, Maine’s YWCA Women of
Achievement Award. Lynn was an Emerging Artist at the 2004 NCECA
Conference (National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts). She has
received grants from Appalachian State’s University Research Council and
the university’s Foundation Fellows, the Maine Arts Commission and
Watauga County Arts Council.

Lynn’s work is represented in numerous publications including “The Poetics of Space and Place” by Jim Toub in Ceramics art & Perception; Discovery: Fifty Years of Craft and Transformation at Haystack, Carl Little, ed.; Dry Glazes by Jeremy Jernegan and a cover article by Glen Brown in Ceramics Monthly, “Lynn Duryea: The Energy of Edges”. Lynn’s work has been exhibited extensively. Group shows include the 2016 Maine Biennial at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland ME, Contemporary New England Ceramics at the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester NH, and
International Emerging Ceramic Artists Invitational Exhibition, FuLe
International Ceramic Art Museums, Fuping, Xian, CHINA. Her work is in
the museum’s permanent collection.