Bio: St. Louis based fine artist, educator, and curator, Zackary Petot, has been honing his skills in printmaking, utilizing monotype and screenprint over the past several years. He graduated from the University of North Texas with his Masters of Fine Arts in Printmaking in 2018, his work explores themes of queer codes within the LGBTQ+ community which are still referenced or long lost to our current queer culture. His work has been exhibited nationally, along with being published in several art magazines. He currently is the Exhibition Coordinator at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild, and is an adjunct professor at St. Charles Community College.
In the past, he has worked as the Printaking Area Assistant at the University of North Texas, where he helped manage a large group paper order, maintain shop supply inventory, catalog student work, and help optimize shop usage and storage. Also he was the Gallery Assitant at the University of North Texas, where he maintained two art galleries, schedule student exhibitions, catalog artwork in the University collection, and install artwork around campus.
In 2019, he along with a fellow printmaker Candice Corgan, curated and organized a print exchange of sixteen national artists for Mid-America Print Council’s conference in Laramie, Wyoming. Along with his time as an artist, educator, and curator, he volunteers