Carol Lebeck Ceramic Construction

Carol Lebeck


Item: “Who Decimated the American Indian I”

Artist: Carol Lebeck. San Diego, CA


University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., M.A. 1958
Swedish State School of Design (Konstfackskolan) H.K.S. 1959


Triad Gallery, San Diego, California
Portnoy Ltd., Scarsdale, New York
The American Hand, Georgetown, D.C.
The Sculpture Gallery, San Diego, California
Spectrum Gallery, San Diego, California
Celebrations Gallery, San Diego, California


Fellow, Swedish American Institute, 1958-1959


Who’s Who In American Art, 1978
International Biographical Dictionary, 1980
World of Women, 1980


University of California, Los Angeles Student Exhibits, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958.
University of California, Los Angeles Master’s Show, 1958.
Los Angeles County Fair 1956.
Southern California ceramic Society, Pasadena Art Museum, 1957.
Los Angeles County Museum, “Design West,” 1957 and 1958.
Exodus Gallery, Los Angeles, 1957.
Southern California Designer Craftsmen, Los Angeles, 1958.
American Ceramic Society, Southern Section, 1958.
American Federation of Arts, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York; “Young Americans,” 1958. Included in selections by AJA for traveling International Exhibit 1958-1959.
San Diego County Fair, 1964.
Fine arts Gallery, San Diego Art Guild Members Exhibit, 1964, 1966.
Crafts Center Exhibit, Tempe, Arizona, 1966. Invitational.
Arizona Western College, Yuma, Arizona, 1970 Invitational.
Object Makers, 1971 American Crafts Council and The University of Utah, Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Triad Gallery, 1973, San Diego, Two Man Show Reviewed Art Week, 1973.
Group Ceramic Objects Show, Palomar College Gallery, 1974, Invitational.
Ceramic Conjunction 1974, Glendale, California. Purchase Award, Los Angeles County Cultural Arts Association.
California Clay and Glass, Oakland, California 1974, at The Oakland Museum.
Allied Craftsmen of San Diego Exhibits, Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, Ceramics Monthly Review, 1974, 1975.
Contemporary Crafts of the Americas, Fort Collins, Colorado. Cosponsored by University of Colorado, The Smithsonian Institute and the Organization of American States. Selected as part of the USIA Traveling Exhibit to Latin America 1975.
California Polytechnic State University, Pottery 5, San Luis Obisbo, California 1975.
California State University at Pomona, Ink and Clay Open, 1975.
Objects ’75 Designer/Craftsmen Show, Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, Colorado.
California Exposition, Sacramento, 1975. 2nd award, Peter Voulkos juror.
MCCN ’75 Fourth Annual Marietta College Crafts National, Marietta, Ohio. Selected for Traveling Exhibit. Judges’ Award and an MCCN ’75 Purchase Award.
Group ceramic Objects Show, Jewish Community Center Gallery, 1975. Reviewed Art Week, March 29, 1975. Reviewed Craft Horizons, June, 1975.
Escondido Regional Arts Invitational 1975, 1976.
Potpourri Invitational, Allied Craftsmen Exhibit and Sale, Florida, New York, 1975.
Triad Gallery 1975, San Diego, One Man Show. Reviewed Craft Horizons, June, 1975. San Diego Union, Art Week.
Triad Gallery, 1976. Reviewed Craft Horizons, One Man Show.
Southwestern College Gallery 1976, Women’s Invitational.
Ceramics Invitational, The Sculpture Gallery, San Diego, 1976.
Design Bank Invitational, San Diego, 1976.
California Design ’76, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, California.
34th Concorso Internazionale della Ceramica d’Arte Contemporanea, Faenza, Italy 1976.
California Craftsmen, Monterey, 1976.
Arizona National, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1976.
California Women in Crafts, 1977, Los Angeles, Craft and Folk Museum, Invitational. Reviewed Art Week, LA Times, Craft Horizons.
Ceramic Conjunction, Long Beach Museum of Art, 1977.
California Crafts X Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, 1977, “Airbrush Techniques on Very 2-D Surfaces.”
Wise & Wexler Gallery, Group Show, Encino, California 1977
Allied Craftsmen of San Diego, 1977. Dextra Fankel Juror, Fine Arts Gallery.
Objects ’77 Western Colorado Center for the Arts. Grand Junction, Colorado.
Women Artishts of San Diego County Juried Competition and Exhibition, 1977, San Diego, Calofornia, The Sculpture Gallery.
California Expo ’77. Honorable Mention, Fred Ball Juror, 1977.
Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Foundations in Clay Card Catalog, 1977.
Graduated School for Urban Resources. First Annual All Media Exhibit. Second place and two man show, 1977. Multicultural Arts institute. Exhibit August 1978 with Raul Trejo.
KPBS Auction. Second Award. “Three Artists” Television Show, May 1978.
The Great American Foot, American Crafts Council, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, 1978.
Clay From Molds: Multiples, Altered Castings, Combinations, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1978.
View-Point Ceramics, 1978; Grossmont College, El Cajon, California 1978. Cover story, Ceramics Monthly, February, 1979.
Allied Craftsmen of San Diego, San Diego State University, San Diego, California, 1978. Larry Arrutia, selector. Reviewed, Ceramics Monthly.
San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Fifty Women, 1978.
San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Cunning, Schutte and Lebeck, 1978.
Celebrations Gallery Invitational, Dinner for Eight, 1979, San Diego.
Celebrations Gallery Invitational, The Celebration Box, 1979, San Diego.
Clay/Form and Fantasy, Long Beach, California, 1979, Luckman Glasgow Juror.
West Coast Clay Spectrum, Security Pacific Bank, Los Angeles. Elaine Levin, Curator. 1979, Catalog.
Allied Craftsmen of San Diego, 1979, Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, California.

Description: Amazing clay “collage” sculpture. On first glance, this work appears to consist of printed and torn paper, sticks, photographs and push pins. All elements in this piece are actually clay. From the 1979 West Coast Clay Spectrum exhibit.
Dimensions: 11.75″ x 14.25″

Condition: Excellent

Price: $750

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