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03/01/2013

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REFLECTING IDENTITIES Robert Stackhouse���s Blue Flyer (2000), on display at the Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art gallery, is the only piece in the show that was not created collaboratively. Gallery owner Allyn Gallup points out that it shows the difference between Stackhouse���s previous works and those he created with Carol Mickett. All photos by Arielle Scherr VISUAL ARTISTS CAROL MICKETT AND ROBERT STACKHOUSE DISCUSS THE COLLABORATIVE PROCESS AT THEIR CURRENT TIDAL WORKS EXHIBITION DOWNTOWN By Tyler Whitson Staff Writer On Thursday, Feb. 14, the Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art gallery in downtown Sarasota unveiled Tidal Works, an exhibition of visual artwork by the married team of Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse. Art, the Indianapolis Art Center and the National Gallery of Australia. He is retired from the academic world, but he has held endowed chairs at Hartford University, the University of Denver and the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. He also is profesThe following day, during a reception, the artsor emeritus of the Corcoran School of Art in ists offered comments on both the show and Washington, D.C., and is the recipient of three their 12 years of collaboration. National Endowment for the Arts individual artist grants. ABOUT THE ARTISTS Stackhouse is a veteran visual artist whose works have been collected by a number of prestigious institutions, including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Mickett has a diverse arts background that ��� in addition to her experience as a visual artist ��� includes earning a doctorate in philosophy and more than 10 years of academic work in

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