Traveling Exhibit of Artwork by Rob Storter

We used a rugged-looking texture for the background of these panels to remind visitors of a time when even paper was made by hand.

AST Exhibits developed a traveling exhibit of Rob Storter’s work and made sure it could safely travel the globe.

Rob Storter lived at a time when much of southwest Florida was considered America’s last frontier.  He was born in 1894 and wore dresses until he was 3 years old.

AST Exhibits handled logistics and conservation framing for over 30 pieces of original artwork.  We provided graphic design and production for 3 narrative introduction panels as well as 30 label graphics. We also provided highly customized crates to ensure safe shipping for all of the elements. The exhibit opened at the Mennello Museum in Orlando, Florida in 2013 and is currently available.


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