This exhibition focuses on the longstanding innovative practice of New Orleans based artist Lin Emery. It features more than a dozen examples of her work and includes eight wind-powered kinetic sculptures.
On the heels of the opening of Pensacola State College’s new art wing is “A Drop of Water, a Grain of Sand,” an exhibit of paintings by New Orleans artist Jacqueline Bishop. Her lauded works are inspired by the environmental destruction she’s witnessed during her 30 years of global travel.
For the upcoming “Art of Food” dinner, presented by Country Roads and Louisiana Public Broadcasting, we tasked the wildly creative Chef Lopez with interpreting the works of Jacqueline Bishop to create dishes for a four-course menu, to be served on October 22 at the LPB studios.
At the occasion of his latest exhibition at the Arthur Roger Gallery, “R.I.P. Bruce A. Davenport, Jr./Artwork by Dapper Bruce Lafitte”, the artist Dapper Bruce Lafitte gave an interview and offered his latest thoughts about his art, art in general and how he became an artist.
Tina Freeman: Artist Spaces at the Hilliard University Art Museum, September 8, 2017 – May 5, 2018. Featuring work by gallery artists Luis Cruz Azaceta, Willie Birch, Nicole Charbonnet, Dawn DeDeaux, George Dureau, Lin Emery, David Halliday, Ersy Schwartz, and Amy Weiskopf.
The Anti-Defamation League has chosen Robert Merrick and Arthur Roger as this year’s winners of the A.I. Botnick Torch of Liberty Award. “Robert Merrick and Arthur Roger are powerful leaders, who have huge footprints in our community,” said Jonathan Lake, the ADL’s South-Central Regional Board chairman.
The exhibition titled “R.I.P. Bruce A. Davenport, Jr. | Artwork by Dapper Bruce Lafitte” is on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans. The exhibition features colorful drawings by the artist that focuses on the city of New Orleans. Lafitte’s works include references to the city’s numerous schools, businesses, parks, institutions and its people.
The exhibition titled “John T. Scott: His Legacy,” featuring the works of African-American artist John T. Scott is on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans. The exhibition focuses on works from the late artist’s career including pieces from his most important period between 1992 and 2004.
John T. Scott: His Legacy and R.I.P. Bruce A. Davenport, Jr. | Artwork by Dapper Bruce Lafitte at Arthur Roger Gallery run through Sept. 23
WWNO’s Eileen Fleming visits NOMA for a look at the exhibit, Pride of Place, which showcases works donated by New Orleans art collector and gallerist Arthur Roger.