Audrey Frank Anastasi is a prolific feminist artist, working in painting, drawing, collage, mixed media, & printmaking. She is also curator, gallerist, educator and arts advocate. Most of Ms. Anastasi's figurative works are painted with her non-dominant left hand. She has created large bodies of works of birds, animals and birch trees.
She has had 20 solo & 200 group shows. Her "ref-u-gee" series will be shown in 2020 at Medgar Evers College in collaboration with the Valentine Museum of Art, Brooklyn. Accompanying the show will be a limited-edition monograph w/ over 180 images and a foreword by Phyllis Braff. Ms. Anastasi's collage series was exhibited at Welancora Gallery, Brooklyn, in May, 2019. In 2018, ten paintings were exhibited in "Painting to Survive," curated by Yale critic Jonathan Weinberg.
Book and catalog publications include "Stations of the Cross", SPQR press, BREUCKELEN magazine, “Audrey Frank Anastasi”, catalog essay Cindy Nemser, and "Collage," essay by Giancarlo T. Roma.
Public art includes a portrait of Jo Davidson at the Trailside Museum & Zoo, Bear Mountain State Park, NY, and the Stations of the Cross in the auditorium of Our Lady of Angels RC Church, Brooklyn. Her work is in Valentine Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute, Utica, NY, Museum Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil, Pfizer Corporation, NY, Avon Corporation, St. Vincent's Hospital Collection, NYC & MoMA Photography Archives.