(1908 - 2001)
Gwen Creighton Lux was active/lived in Hawaii, Michigan, Illinois. Gwen Lux is known for industrial public sculpture-figure and allegorical.
Biography Gwen Lux
Born in 1908 in Chicago and deceased in 2001 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Gwen Lux was a sculptor, lecturer, teacher and industrial designer who lived in Detroit, Michigan in the early part of her career and then moved to Honolulu in 1973. She was also very active in New York City. Her sculptures combine abstraction and realism, and are usually constructed from polyester resin concrete and metals.
She studied at the Maryland Institute of Art and the Boston Museum School of the Fine Arts. She also studied in Paris, France, and with Ivan Mestrovic in Yugoslavia.
Lux was a member of the American Art Congress, Associated American Artists for whom she designed Stonelain Pottery, and the Hawaii Artists & Sculpto
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