Charles Fager has had works featured in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., The Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City and The National Museum of Lima, Peru.
Diane Elmeer joined the art department in 1978 and has been honored by Florida A&M University for her commitment to the education of black youth. She was also one of the original members of the Hillsborough County Public Art Committee and initiated several community art programs.
Robert Gelinas has been a painter, professor and lecturer at USF since 1963. Gelinas has exhibited his work in the United States and abroad resulting in 35 awards.
Alan Eaker has been a professor at USF since 1969. He has taught everything from sculpture, ceramics and welding to fibers and 2 / 3-D visual concepts.
Jeffrey Kronsnoble joined the art department in 1963. His work has been represented in the permanent collections of art museums in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Daytona, Jacksonville and New Orleans.
Mernet Larsen, retiring professor of painting, received USF’s Outstanding Teacher Award in 1985. Her paintings have been shown in over 60 group exhibitions and in 20 solo exhibitions including a 25-year retrospective at the Deland Museum of Art and the Gulf Coast Center in 1992-93.
Professor Bruce Marsh came to USF in 1969. He was instrumental in establishing the computer lab and curriculum in the art department. Marsh is also an accomplished artist and has exhibited extensively in Florida and in the southeast.
Theo Wujcik joined the faculty teaching printmaking, painting and drawing. His works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Chicago Institute of the Arts and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston