sally duback


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sally duback
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Sally Duback is a visual artist who works in painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking. Her work can be found in over 500 public and private collections, and two museum collections. She has completed five residency/fellowships at the Vermont Studio Center and was a co-founder in 1999 of Artists Working in Education, a Wisconsin not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing innovative artist-in-residence projects to city schools and free art in the parks to children through its summer program entitled "The Truck Studio." AWE was awarded a Wisconsin Governor's Award in support of the Arts in 2002. Ms. Duback was educated at Vassar College and the University of Michigan, from which she earned a BA in English Literature, with a minor in Art History. She completed further studies in painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from 1969-75. Although her formal education in art was important in many ways, Ms. Duback made a commitment to being an artist from the age of three, and credits her unusually creative parents with the nurturing of her artistic talents.