Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse

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CAROL MICKETT &

ROBERT STACKHOUSE

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Carol Mickett &

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Robert Stackhouse Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse, Framework of Rock, 2015 (Cover)
ALL WORK AVAILABLE UPON COMMISSION

Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse

Architectured Water

Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse have worked collaboratively for over twenty-two years. Their practice includes painting, printmaking, and large-scale, site-specific sculpture. Their work is included in museums, and many private and public collections.

Mickett came to the collaboration from a background in philosophy, visual art, film, radio, poetry, and theater. Stackhouse followed a traditional visual arts path, and his individual work can be found in museum collections around the world including the Museum of Modern Art, and the National Gallery in Washington, DC, and The National Gallery of Australia. Both hold PhDs: Mickett in philosophy and Stackhouse has an honorary doctorate in art.

A significant portion of their work explores water both two dimensionally and three dimensionally. Their explorations are not literal representations, but look at water and its ways-of-being metaphorically. Of their installation Breath of Water (Lab Gallery, NYC), Jonathan Goodman wrote in Sculpture Magazine: “It was abstract and did not show water, or its movement in any directly recognizable way, but the idea of water, its ability to change subtly, was beautifully portrayed.” As collaborators, they are continually intrigued by the challenge of exploring different ways of depicting water.

In explaining their interest in water, they reference water as the substance that is omnipresent and occurs in many forms and many shapes. And yet, it cannot exist alone. It requires architecture or an infrastructure. For example, if you think about the water in a river, the form the water takes as it moves down river or even if it stands still is shaped by the banks, the river bed, the rocks, tree limbs or objects that exist in the river. The manifestation of the water is shaped by its form (liquid, solid, gas) and its environment.

The “idea of water” allows them to explore how structure or environment or an imposed conceptual scheme shapes our world, and us and how, in these structures, we are nevertheless always in flux – in the constant flow of life.

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Framed Water (Detail), 2015

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Design of Water, 2016 Acrylic on paper mounted on canvas 11 ¼ x 40 inches $4800
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An Idea of Water, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 64 x 125 inches $28,000
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$12,000

*Only available upon commission

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Flash of Water, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 32 x 59 inches
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Memory of Water, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 64 ¼ x 125 inches $28,000
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Memory of Water, 2015 (Installation Shot)

Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas

64 ¼ x 125 inches

$28,000

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Rapid Foundation, 2015

$28,000

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Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 39 x 111 1/2 inches
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$7500

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Framed Water, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 20 x 60 inches
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$7500

*Only available upon commission

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Water of Rocks, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 20 x 60 inches
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Formal Scape, 2016 Acrylic on paper mounted on canvas 8 ¼ x 40 inches $4200
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*Only available upon commission

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Big Fall Line, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 111 x 64 inches $28,000
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$34,000

*Only available upon commission

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Framework of Rock, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 39 x 111 inches
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$7500

*Only available upon commission

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Fast Water, 2015 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 20 x 60 inches
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Linear Rapids, 2016 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 8 ¼ x 30 inches $4200
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Triptych: Structures of Water, 2015

Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas

59 x 119 inches tryptich

$30,000

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Triptych: Structure of Clear Water, 2015

Left (detail)

Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas

57 x 36 inches individual, 59 x 119 inches tryptich

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Triptych: Structure of Cresting Water, 2015

Middle (detail)

Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas

59 x 40 inches individual, 59 x 119 inches tryptich

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Triptych: Structure of Mist, 2015

Right (detail)

Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas

57 x 36 inches individual, 59 x 119 inches tryptich

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$32,000

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First Moon, 2013 Acrylic on paper, mounted on canvas 60 x 131 inches
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Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse

Abbreviated CV

Education and Academic Appointments

Dr. Carol Mickett

1988 University of Minnesota, Ph.D. Philosophy

1974 University of New Hampshire, B.A. (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa)

1971 New York University, Undergraduate Work (Professor, Philosophy, CMSU and Kansas City Art Institute 1989 – 99, Visiting Professor, Museum Studies, USF, 2013-14)

Dr. Robert Stackhouse

2006 University of South Florida, Honorary Doctorate.

1967 University of Maryland, M.A.

1965 University of South Florida, B.A. (Professor, 1966-1987, Professor Emeritus, Corcoran College of Art

1987 Lamar Dodd Distinguished Chair, University of Georgia, 2000-2003, Richard Koopman Distinguished Chair, Hartford School of Art, 2001)

Select Commissions

2022 Body and Spirit, commissioned by Schmidt Ocean Institute. (MS)

2021 Breath of Influence, commissioned by Creative Pinellas, Largo, FL. (MS)

2019 Art In Transit, Conceptual Design, Pinellas Seacoast Transit Authority-Bus Rapid Transit Project, H. W. Lochner, Inc., St. Petersburg, FL. (MS) (Public Project)

Super Nova, Tampa Bay Rowdies Soccer Team Poster, Tampa Bay Rays Organization through Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (MS) (Private-Public)

2018 Irma Reflections, commissioned by Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

2015 Gateway Trio, commissioned by Clayco Corporation for Gateway Plaza, Richmond, VA. (MS)

Select Solo Exhibitions

2022 Balance of Water, Leepa-Rattner Museum, Tarpon Springs, FL. (MS)

2021 Cooling Giverny, Pinellas County Center for The Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

Expanding Waters, Creative Pinellas Galleries, Largo, FL. (MS)

2020 As The Gulf Turns, Gallery 114, Hillsborough Community College Visual and Performing Arts, Ybor City Campus, Tampa, FL. (MS)

2018 Mickett-Stackhouse: Confluence, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL (with online brochure). (MS)

2017 TBBCA Cultural Encounter, Mickett-Stackhouse Studio, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

2016 In Intimate Concert, ARTicles, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

2015 Architectured Water, Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA. (MS)

Awards, Keynotes, and Judging

2022 NEA Individual Artist Grant via Creative Pinellas. (MS)

2021 Artists-At-Sea, Falkor: Final Voyage, La Paz, Mexico, to Vigo, Spain, Schmidt Ocean Institute. (MS) Judge, Pinellas Trail Mural Project, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (RS)

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2020 Art Laureates, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (MS)

Professional Artist Grant, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (MS)

Mentor for Emerging Artist Program, Creative Pinellas, Pinellas County, FL. (CM)

2019 River Song chosen for Transformative Walls V, CODAmagazine. (MS)

2018 2018 CODAawards Top 100 for Gateway Trio, CODAworx. (MS)

2018 CODAawards Top 100 for River Song, CODAworx. (MS)

Gateway Trio chosen for Placemaking Art IV, CODAmagazine. (MS)

Judges for ACT II Artist Grant, Pinellas Community Foundation and Creative Pinellas. (MS)

Spotlight Lecture: Confluence, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

2017 ART IN: Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, podcast, Creative Pinellas.

ART IN: Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse – Gateway Plaza Project, podcast, Creative Pinellas.

Guest Editor and Article (Mickett), The Importance of Place, Creative Pinellas Journal, Pinellas County, FL.

2016 Design-Build Institute of America, Architecture (includes Gateway Trio), First Prize. (MS)

Design-Build Institute of America, Commercial Building Team Award Winner (inc. Gateway Trio). (MS)

AIA of St. Louis, Architecture Design Merit Award for Gateway Plaza (includes Gateway Trio). (MS)

Project of the Year at the Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate’s 15th annual awards for Gateway Plaza. (MS)

Rapid Returns Artist Fellowship Award, Pinellas County, FL. (MS)

2016 Studio Honors, Studio@620, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

Judges for We Are Central video contest, St. Petersburg, FL. (MS)

2015 Commencement Speaker, Robert Stackhouse, Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington

Select Museum & Corporate Collections

Clayco Corporation, Chicago, IL

McGuireWoods, Richmond, VA

City of Takamatsu, Japan

University of South Florida-St. Petersburg, Public Art Collection

University of Central Florida, Public Art Collection, Orlando, FL

National Gallery, Washington D.C.

Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia

Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Smith College Museum of Art, North Hampton, MA

J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated, New York, NY

American Express, New York, NY

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.

The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.

Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO

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Catalog Design

Kirsten Hemrich, Registrar

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Structure of Mist (Detail), 2015

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