Browse Similar Sculpture, Jean Woodham (1925-2021)

Personage, 1954
Jean Woodham (1925-2021)

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13 1/2 x 8 inches
Status: Available

Group Exhibition - 1963 One Man Exhibition, N.C. Library Gallery, CT

Group Exhibition - 1959 Cermaists and Weavers, Silvermine Guild

Group Exhibition - 1957 Ceramics and Ceramic Sculpture, Silvermine Guild

Group Exhibition - 1956 One Man Exhibition, Wesleyan University - Middletown, CT

Group Exhibition - 1956 Two Man Exhibition, Kipnis Gallery - Westport, CT

Group Exhibition - 1955 One Man Exhibition, Silvermine Guild

Group Exhibition - 1955  N.Y. Society of Ceramic Arts, Cooper Union Museum - New York, NY

Jean Woodham was born in Midland City, Alabama in 1925 and finished Auburn University in 1946.  She was in New York later that year, determined to make her way as a sculptor.   

“… after seeing the sculptures of David Smith, Jean decided that welding was the expressive process that best fit her aesthetic needs.  Within a short few years she would be included in group exhibitions with Smith, Alexander Calder, Isamu Noguchi, Theodore Rosak, Richard Lippold, Jose de Rivera, and Louise Nevelson. 1

Jean made her career largely in Connecticut but did not forget her native South.  The publication by Auburn in 1996, The Sculpture of Jean Woodham: A Fifty Year Retrospective then in 2013 a second exhibition and publication at Auburn brought the artist and her work Full Circle.

 1 Marilyn Laufer, Director, The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University.  Full Circle, The Sculptures of Jean Woodham , Auburn University, June, 2013.


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