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Background Information

Employment History

Albright College


Professor In the Art Department and MFA Coordinator

University of Delaware


Teacher

Carnegie Mellon University


Web References(19 Total References)


Sue Scott Gallery / Artists / Suzanne McClelland

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In Words: The Art of Language, curated by Lance Winn, University Museums, University of Delaware, Newark, DE


State of Delaware - Division of the Arts - Artist Fellowship Recipient

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Lance Winn
"That's the kind of conversation I'm trying to get these paintings to have," Lance Winn says of his series of paintings inspired by thermal imagery and night-vision. "How we're seeing the world, and how it might be changing the way we feel about or think about the world." Lance Winn Lance Winn "The images of heat almost felt like paintings already because they're kind of one thing bleeding into the other," says Winn, a Wilmington resident originally from Kansas City. "There's never a fine line in thermal images, so the images to me can kind of take the everyday, and the thermal makes it a little bit melancholy, naturally, because it's heat dissipating." The oil paints, of which he uses only four colors (cyan, magenta, yellow and black, or CMYK, which thermal cameras also use), dry very slowly, providing a sort of procedural parallel - just as the heat depicted in images from thermal cameras creates hazy, blurred edges, the oils, usually painted light to dark, pull at each other over the course of the two or three days Winn spends painting each piece. "The paint is dissipating into another color," he says, "in the same way heat moves between a body and the air - where it meets the air is where it's cooling off, and that's like the outline." Lance Winn wrestle, 2013 oil on canvas 24" x 24" Winn is a professor at the University of Delaware, where he runs the master of fine arts program and teaches graduate and undergraduate classes that range between theory and studio practice. The grant, he says, primarily will go toward supplies - he wants to experiment with material conditions, and to be able to continue to take risks with the work. Winn will have a solo exhibition of his work in November at the Chris White Gallery in Wilmington. For more, visit www.lancewinn.com. Lance Winn Lance Winn


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PATRICK BEAULIEU (Montréal), SIMONE JONES & LANCE WINN (Toronto / Wilmington, Delaware), THÉRÈSE MASTROIACOVO (Montréal), CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE (New York), SAMUEL ROY-BOIS (Vancouver), HELEN TAK (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Simone Jones and Lance Winn SIMONE JONES & LANCE WINN Lance Winn (born Kansas City, Missouri, 1970) received an MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1996 and a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1993. He investigates different technologies used to reproduce images to expose where methods of capturing and distributing information might reveal certain desires and tendencies. Winn is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Delaware. Simone Jones and Lance Winn have collaborated on a series of image capture/projection machines since 2002 when they were both Visiting Assistant Professors of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. Simone Jones & Lance Winn, Knock, 2006 Lance Winn, Official Web site Walter Phillips Gallery: Simone Jones and Lance Winn, Knock "Mutant Scribe: Lance Winn and his unsteady hand," Detroit Metro Times, June 7, 2006.


Art Salad | Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts

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Professor in the Art Department and former MFA Coordinator at the University of Delaware, Lance Winn will address popular themes being explored by emerging artists as they transition from academia to the 21 st century art scene.


Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts

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Dates:  Dec 1, 2011   Professor in the Art Department and former MFA Coordinator at the University of Delaware, Lance Winn will address popular themes being explored by emerging artists as they transition from academia to the 21st century art scene.


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