Peter Flaccus

Peter Flaccus

1994 Professor Emeritus of Studio Art

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B.A., Amherst College, 1969
M.F.A., Indiana University, 1971

Peter Flaccus is a painter known for his abstract works in the medium of encaustic. Born in Montana, he studied at Amherst College (B.A. 1969), the Skowhegan School, and Indiana University (M.F.A.1971). He moved to Rome in the early 1990’s after living for twenty years in New York City, where he exhibited principally at the Zabriskie Gallery and the Monique Knowlton Gallery. He has held recent personal exhibitions at the Intra Gallery (Naples), Otto Gallery (Bologna), Galleria Nube di Oort (Rome), Ninni Esposito Arte Contemporanea (Bari), the Stiftung Muellerhaus (Lenzburg, Switzerland), Galerie L'AgArt (Amilly, France), Galleria del Frantoio (Capalbio), Casa delle letterature (Rome), Galleria dell'Associazione culturale italo-francese (Bologna), and Galleria AAM (Rome).

Prof. Flaccus joined John Cabot in 1994, and teaches courses in painting, figure drawing, and the Rome sketchbook.

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