Elemore Morgan, Jr. is acknowledged as the leading contemporary Louisiana landscape painter. The artist resides in Vermilion Parish, in the heart of the rice-growing region of Southwest Louisiana. This coastal prairie landscape, with its terraced rice fields, towering thunderheads, punctuated by solitary oaks, rice mills and barns, is the source of many of Morgan’s paintings, but this exhibit will also include paintings done along the Mississippi River in New Orleans and a Southwest Louisiana cemetery scene.
Francis X. Pavy has achieved wide critical praise for his paintings that draw upon the colorful culture and beauty of Louisiana Cajun Country. This exhibit of Francis Pavy’s most recent work is related to his marvelous series of small paintings of migrating birds and also includes new suites and a triptych that are all part of a water related series.
An exhibition of photographs by Debbie Fleming Caffery is being presented in conjunction with the recent publication of The Shadows. The Shadows, a collection of Debbie Fleming Caffery’s photographs is published by Twin Palms in Santa Fe, New Mexico, contains forty-five plates of her work.