May 17, 2022

Charlie Doodle

Unique Art & Entertainment

FSU professor’s art pieces on display in local gallery

3 min read

Carrie Ann Baade, an internationally recognized painter and art professor at Florida State University whose art “return(s) to the haunting moments in art history to reclaim them for our contemporary sensibilities,” has a show in Tallahassee at the Venvi Art Gallery.

“Carrie Ann Baade is a visionary artist,” author Ann VanderMeer has said of her work. “She is ferocious in her approach, not thinking about the casual observer but solely considering the resounding strength of the work before her.”

Baade has studied at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, where she received her BFA, the University of Delaware, where she received her MFA and the Florence Academy of Art in Italy.

Baade’s upcoming show is called “Twilight Sleep,” named for the form of childbirth that was used in the 20th and 21st centuries, and a concept in which Baade has a personal connection to as well.

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