Competition: US & Canada
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1935–36:
WALTERS, CARL: Appointed for creative work in glass, especially as applied to sculpture and architecture; tenure, twelve months from May 20, 1935.
Born June 19, 1883, at Fort Madison, Iowa. Education: Minneapolis School of Fine Arts, 1904–05; New York School of Art, 1906–08; Henri School, 1908–09.
Exhibited in exhibitions of the New York Ceramic Society, 1922—; Museum of Art, Portland, Oregon, 1924; Whitney Studio Club, 1924–29; American International Art Exhibition, Carnegie Institute, 1925; International Exhibition of Decorative Art, Uffizzi Gallery, Florence, Italy, 1925; Salons of America, 1925; International Exhibition of Decorative Art, Copenhagen and Stockholm, 1927; International Exhibition of Ceramic Art, Metropolitan Museum and on tour, 1928-29; Art Institute of Chicago, 1932; American Ceramic Society Exhibition, Washington, D. C., 1932; Whitney Museum of American Art, 1932, 1933. Designed and executed glass entrance doors for the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1930–31. Represented in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Minneapolis Museum, Portland Museum of Art, Davenport Municipal Art Museum.