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Voytek, Mary (MFA)

Associate Professor
Bower School of Music & the Arts
Office: AC 0145
Phone: 239-590-7241

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Mary Voytek received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and her BFA from California College of the Arts. She joined the faculty at FGCU in 2004. Prior to coming to FGCU she was a visiting instructor at Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design. Areas of special interest include Environmental Art, Sculpture, and Site-Specific Installation. She was closely associated with Robert Rauschenberg for over 25 years. Mary has exhibited her work nationally, and internationally. Her work has been represented by major galleries in San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, Santa Fe, Atlanta, and Washington, DC.

Selected museum exhibitions include:

  • Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC
  • Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL
  • Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
  • Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL
  • Boca Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
  • Hsinchu Museum of Cultural Arts, Hsinchu City, Taiwanz

Selected public and private collections include:

  • Leo Castelli, New York
  • Myra Daniels, Former CEO Naples Philharmonic, Naples, FL
  • Paul Corddry, Former CEO Heinz Co., Boise, ID
  • Richard Guggenheim, Cincinnati, OH
  • Landmark Systems Corporate Headquarters, Washington, DC
  • Greg Moyer, President, The Discovery Channel, Washington, DC
  • Robert Rauschenberg, Captiva, FL
  • Sonesta Hotel, Boston, MA
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
  • Florida Gulf Coast University Library, Fort Myers, FL

Recent Courses:

  • Sculpture I
  • Sculpture II
  • Casting and Mold Making
  • Methods and Concepts II
  • Environmental Art
  • Sculpture Workshop
  • Senior Project