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Z-Art Tour of Stanton Storer’s Eclectic Art Collection

Saturday, Sep. 30, 5–8pm
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Each month, The Dali Museum’s Zodiac Membership Committee hosts members-only special events.

In September, Zodiac Committee members Marysia Lopez & Jon Smith invite Dali Museum members to enjoy vino and hor d’oeuvres as Stanton Storer delivers intimate tours of his home and eclectic art collection, while sharing insights on getting involved in and supporting the local arts scene. Stanton Storer has been collecting for over twenty years.  His collection consists of over 300 artworks from around the world, including paintings, prints, sculptures, photography, glass and video. His 1926 Beach Park home was one of the original homes in South Tampa, built in Italianate style.  The high ceilings complement large-scale works of art in a dramatic way.

About Stanton Storer
Stanton Storer has been collecting art for over two decades, over which time his close friend, the late Theo Wujcik, was a prominent influence. Storer’s favorite artists include Christian Marclay, Keith Edmier, James Rosenquist, Robert Mapplethorpe, Enrico Donati, Teresita Fernández, Iva Gueorguieva, Andrew Salgado and others. As one walks throughout his home, it is evident that USF Graphic Studio (GS) has been a major influence on his collecting.

Stanton has cultivated relationships with various artists via GS, as well as USF’s Contemporary Art Museum (CAM). Stanton also supports local students whose educational focus is Fine Art.  In virtually every room of his home, one will discover art from USF (or UT) graduates- particularly students from USF’s MFA program. Years ago, on a business trip to San Francisco, Storer was drawn to an exhibition by Italian Surrealist Enrico Donati.  Although a dichotomy from his contemporary art focus, he felt that paintings by Donati were a necessity to complement his home.

Cost: $50 per person
Capacity: 40
Location: 4510 West Beachway Drive, Tampa FL 33608
Please park on the south side of Beachway Drive or the east side of Ferncroft Circle
Attire: “casual nice,”  jeans & shorts are acceptable

 

 

All proceeds from the event benefit The Dali Museum’s conservation fund.
All event expenses are courtesy of Stanton Storer.

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