Exhibitions

Troy Dugas - Shabby Sheik

Troy Dugas

By cutting and arranging printed materials such as vintage product labels on flat surfaces, Troy Dugas alters the original meaning of these printed images to create intricate radical structures. Read More

W. Steve Rucker - Holding My Own: Brother Jim

W. Steve Rucker

In this exhibition W. Steve Rucker presents two installations. “Storm Song Variations” is Rucker’s response to the impact of hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 while "Holding My Own" Rucker presents a conceptual self portrait consisting of over thirty pencil on paper drawings. Read More

Jacqueline Bishop - World Presence

Jacqueline Bishop

"A Loss for Words" brings together two artists whose works both call for a more complex communication through imagery. Read More

Nicole Charbonnet - Zebra

Nicole Charbonnet

In “Dots, Loops, Stripes and Finches” Charbonnet incorporates images and textures associated with the past, continuing her interpretation of memories and encouraging the audience to build their own connections and associations to the imagery found in the paintings. Read More

Jim Richard - Centered III

Jim Richard

With this exhibition, Jim Richard continues his remarkable series of oil paintings that depict high style domestic interiors. In his renowned interior paintings, Richard’s mordant wit imbues unpeopled period rooms with social ironies. Read More

Srdjan Loncar - $48,000,000

Srdjan Loncar

In this exhibition, Srdjan Loncar aims to communicate the dangers of consumerism for both the wealthy and the middle class. Read More

David Bates - Tennessee Street II

David Bates

The works by Bates included in “The Storm” are the artist’s personal response to the disaster of Hurricane Katrina. The paintings in this series consist of small and large oil paintings on canvas, as well as watercolor and charcoal works on paper. Read More