Biografie von Winslow Bryan EAVES (1922-2003)

Birth place: Detroit, MI

Addresses: West Andover, NH

Profession: Sculptor, educator, painter

Studied: Cranbrook Acad. Art, with Marshall Fredericks, Carl Milles; ASL, with William Zorach; Academie Beaux-Arts, Paris, France.

Exhibited: WMAA, 1948, 1949; MMA, 1951; Phila. Art All., 1947; Syracuse MFA. ceramic exhib., 1947-50; Michigan Artists, 1940-42; Artists of Central NY, 1946-49, 1956; PAFA, 1960; Utica, NY (solo); NYC & France. Awards: prizes, Rome Comp., 1942; Fulbright grant, 1949-50; Syracuse MFA, 1947; Manchester (NH) Art Festival, 1954.

Work: Cranbrook Art Mus.; Northwestern H.S.; Munson-Williams-Proctor Inst.; Dartmouth College; Univ. New Hampshire; Syracuse Univ.; monument, Melvin Village, NH; Syracuse Univ.; Eagle Mountain House, Jackson, NH; Cornwall (NY) Central H.S.

Comments: Position: instructor, sculpture & ceramics, Munson-Williams-Proctor Inst., Utica, NY, 1946-49.; visiting sculptor, Dartmouth College, 1953-55; sculpture instructor, Syracuse Univ., NY, 1955-58. Lectures on art, Dartmouth College, 1958-. Contributed chapter on welded sculpture in William Zorach's book Zorach Explains Sculpture.

Sources: WW66; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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