ABOUT THE ARTIST
I earned my BFA and MA from WKU and was a graduate teaching assistant to renowned feminist artist, Judy Chicago in the creation of the environmental exhibit “At Home”, a national touring exhibit, PBS documentary, numerous published articles and permanent research documentation at Penn State University. I also received a fellowship to study 17th century Dutch Art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and create podcasts distributed by NGA Education Dept. I have been Education Director of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Gallery Director of the Kentucky Watercolor Society, Exec. Director of Learning Opportunities, Inc., Arts & Humanities Chair of McLean County High School and have taught all ages in public and private elementary through high school, colleges and museums including Kentucky Wesleyan College, Western Kentucky University and J.B Speed Art Museum in Louisville, KY.
I have exhibited, received awards and conducted workshops in Louisville, Evansville, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Nashville, Cincinnati and Charleston, SC and throughout Kentucky in Louisville, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Bardstown, Frankfort, Lexington, Paducah, Henderson, Ashland. As both an artist and educator, I have been widely published in magazines such as Art Across Kentucky, CenterStage, Leo Weekly, Pure Uncut Candy, United States Society for Education through Art’s Teaching Voices, Kentucky Art Education News, Home Education, Sage, Traumatology, Women Studies Perspectives and books Kentucky Women Artists: 1850-2000, Judy Chicago Art Education Collection, and A Community of Teachers: Art Curriculum Units by Teachers in Arts & Humanities.
Currently, my artwork is on display at Woman made Gallery in Chicago, The Gallery of the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana in Evansville, and on permanent display at the Elizabeth Mundy Senior Citizens Center.
© Frederica Diane Huff