Internationally Renowned Artist to Produce, Present Monotypes

Published: Mar 29, 2004

Internationally renowned artist Audrey Flack will be on campus Monday, April 5 through Friday, April 16 to produce a series of monotypes at The University of Tampa for the STUDIO-f visiting artist program. She will deliver a Gallery Talk at the University’s Scarfone/Hartley Galleries at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 14. The monotypes will be presented at a STUDIO-f open house on Friday, April 16, 5-7 p.m. The public will have an opportunity to view the completed monotypes and chat with the artist.

 

Flack is a New York-based artist whose photo-realistic paintings include Leonardo's Lady, the first of this style, purchased in 1976 by the Museum of Modern Art, NY. She began working on sculpture in the early ’80s, focusing on powerful women representing feminist ideals.  She has exhibited her work throughout the country in many major museums and galleries.  

 

Her work is in numerous major public collections in the U.S. and abroad, including the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney, Guggenheim, and Metropolitan museums in New York City, the Albright-Knox Museum in Buffalo, NY, the National Museum of American Art and Smithsonian in Washington, DC, and the Australian National Gallery and National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia.

 

The Scarfone/Hartley Galleries are located on the UT campus at the corner of Brevard and North B streets. Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturday, closed on national holidays. Admission is free.

 

For more information, contact the Office of Public Information at publicinfo@ut.edu.