Exhibitions

Nicole Charbonnet - Magnolia (After JPR)

Nicole Charbonnet

In this body of work, Charbonnet incorporates images of flowers appropriated from other artists. She constructs surfaces utilizing an additive and subtractive process, which involves the manipulation of layers of collage, paint, fabric and different acrylic mediums. Read More

Stephanie Patton - Diffuse

Stephanie Patton

Stephanie Patton's video explores the effort it takes to avoid confrontation with an individual harboring a short temper or mood swings. Read More

Lesley Dill - Hell Hell Hell / Heaven Heaven Heaven: Sister Gertrude Morgan

Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill’s exhibition encounters and is inspired by the life of the late Sister Gertrude Morgan. The entire space is designed as a progressive story vibrating between heaven and hell. Read More

Willie Birch - Memories of the 60's

Willie Birch

This exhibition of Willie Birch’s work brings together a series of paintings and sculpture dating from 1978 to 2003 that focus on both the celebratory nature of the people of New Orleans as well as stories of their everyday life. Read More

Dawn Dedeaux - One Drop

Dawn DeDeaux

Dawn Dedeaux's remarkable video, titled ONE DROP is an unedited thirty minute microscopic view of a small glass of water. Read More

Lin Emery - Twirl

Lin Emery

This exhibition features three monumental kinetic sculptures approximately 10-14 feet in height. Emery’s kinetic sculptures produce constantly changing relationships through the ever-varying configuration of their parts. Read More

David Leventi - Curtain, Palais Garnier, Paris, France

David Leventi

Employing both 4”x5” and 8”x10” Arca-Swiss cameras that maximize detail, Leventi creates a body of large scale photographs that document the intricate interiors of famous opera houses around the world. Read More

Various Artists

"The Gulf: Works Completed Before the BP Spill" is intended as a poignant meditation on the profoundly endangered beauty of the Gulf of Mexico, its related commercial fishing life, and its bordering habitats as a result of the oil spill caused by the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig explosion. Read More

James Surls - Me, Tree, Black Flower and Knot

James Surls

Based on natural forms, James Surls creates sophisticated imagery of diamonds, vortexes, needles and flowers, using wood, steel and bronze. Read More

Gregory Scott - Color Grid

Gregory Scott

Using himself as the model, Scott creates narrative pieces that use illusion and surprise to tackle issues ranging from identity and loneliness to the way the art world has pigeonholed the various mediums in which he works. In his pieces, Scott challenges the definitions of photography, painting and video, expanding its discourse. Read More