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Audrey Flack
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"I always wanted to draw realistically. For me art is a continuous discovery into reality, an exploration of visual data which has been going on for centuries, each artist contributing to the next generation's advancement. I wanted to go a step further and extend the boundaries. I also believe people have a deep need to understand their world and that art clarifies reality for them."

"I always wanted to draw realistically. For me art is a continuous discovery into reality, an exploration of visual data which has been going on for centuries, each artist contributing to the next generation's advancement. I wanted to go a step further and extend the boundaries. I also believe people have a deep need to understand their world and that art clarifies reality for them."
 
"Making sculpture attracted me because of its substantiality. Our society is fragmented, empty, and falling apart, so I wanted to make solid objects, things that people could literally hold on to, things that wouldn’t fly away or disintegrate"
 
"Art is a powerful force in the world. It is the visual representation of what we think and what we feel, and of how we think and how we feel."
 
"I always wanted to draw realistically. For me art is a continuous discovery into reality, an exploration of visual data which has been going on for centuries, each artist contributing to the next generation's advancement. I wanted to go a step further and extend the boundaries. I also believe people have a deep need to understand their world and that art clarifies reality for them."
 
"Art is a powerful force in the world. It is the visual representation of what we think and what we feel, and of how we think and how we feel."
 
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