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Renee Audette, 2008 Lincoln Fellow
resident 2007-2009

Renee AUDETTE received her BFA from the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY and her MFA from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL in 2005. Since graduating, Audette has been living and working in Gainesville, FL as a studio artist and part-time professor at Santa Fe Community College. She has been showing her work at various venues both nationally and internationally and was recently featured as an emerging talent in the May, 2007 edition of Ceramics Monthly magazine. Audette is the 2007-2008 recipient of the Archie Bray Lincoln Fellowship.

"My work represents, simultaneously, the beauty and ugliness that is inherently part of each of us. I deal with concerns specific to outward expressions of interior paradoxes. Feminine in nature, the work often makes ironic commentary on the stereotypes of girlhood innocence and naiveté."


Kitten Fight, 2006
14 x 24 x 18"

The Golden Ball, 2006
ceramic, cast glass
26 x 12 x 14"

Surprise, Surprise, 2005
39 x 21 x 17"