Local Artist Makes Up for Late Start with Honors

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), August 29, 1996 | Go to article overview

Local Artist Makes Up for Late Start with Honors


Byline: Adeline Dobbins

Bloomingdale's Paula Kloczkowski-Luberda has been awarded a three-week residency at the Ragdale Foundation, an internationally acclaimed artists' community in Lake Forest.

She received this honor in recognition of the outstanding quality of her work.

Acceptance to Ragdale is highly competitive. Recipients are chosen through an application process, with emphasis primarily on evaluation of sample work submitted by the artist. A panel of experts in related art disciplines conducts the evaluation.

Kloczkowski-Luberda and her husband, James, have lived in Bloomingdale for 23 years. They have two sons, James Bryan, who is working on his master's degree in English literature at Northwest Missouri University; and Scott, a student at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

In 1989, Kloczkowski-Luberda began her professional art career, as she puts it, "late in life." Her paintings and sculptures have been shown in solo and group exhibitions at the Glen Ellyn Fine Arts Center, Studio One Man Show in Chicago, Bloomingdale Park District Art Museum Invitational, Zeus Gallery and Inside Art in Chicago, and Harper College in Palatine. Her latest solo exhibition was held last month at the Vedanta Gallery in Chicago's new West Gallery District.

Kloczkowski-Luberda also has been invited to numerous juried exhibitions throughout the Midwest and in Colorado and Massachusetts. Topping off an impressive list of awards, she garnered Best of Show last month at the Northern National Art Competition at Nicolet College in Rhinelander, Wis. Her oil/mixed media entry, "The Labelmakers," was among 748 entries submitted and the final 94 accepted.

She is a member of the International Sculpture Center in Washington, D.C.; has been a guest speaker at Roosevelt University; a lecturer at Harper College; has conducted sculpture demonstrations for art organizations and schools; and she served as a juror for the 48th Chicago Old Town Art Fair. …

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