Audry Cramblit, raised in Colorado, received a degree in Advertising Design from The Colorado Institute of Art in 1987. In 1993 she moved to Chicago, and painted everything from scenery, theater sets and tradeshows to custom murals and faux finishes. In 1999 she won the Best Cow Award from Lascaux Paint in Chicago's famous "Cows on Parade" exhibit. The turn of the century marked her epiphany for sculpting the figure.
For the last decade Audry has devoted her energy and talent towards learning anatomy by creating countless life studies in clay. She strives to create figures that are modern and of our generation, but still resonate with the historic tradition of model as muse.
In 2005, Audry won a scholarship from the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Art. She has taught Portrait Sculpture at The City of Chicago's After School Matters program (formerly Gallery 37). These days, Cramblit teaches Figure Sculpture at the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Art in Chicago, and sculpts full time in her Pilsen studio.
Audry's recent collected works stay true to her vision of the human form but are comprised of cast-bronze and glass. Her collections are represented by galleries in Colorado, Chicago & Florida.