Title of Work
Art & Design Study Collection
Stored: 456A, FF_005_B
UND Art Collections Repository
Audrey Flack is an internationally renowned New York artist, who emerged as a major painter in both the photo realist and feminist movements of the 1960s and 1970s. At the height of her acclaim, as a painter, she abandoned that medium to become a sculptor.
Known to be a strong advocate for teachers, Flack was the keynote speaker at the National Art Education Association Convention in 2007. During the same year, she came to UND as a Visiting Artist and worked closely with student assistants on multiple editions of prints.