WYES honors artists Allison Stewart and Campbell Hutchinson with the Celeste Seymour Judell Arts Award, their annual tribute to local arts activists.
The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to announce the inclusion of gallery artists Wayne Gonzales and John T. Scott in Prospect.4: The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp, currently on view at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
As his global fame has grown, local artist Douglas Bourgeois’ paintings have entranced many art lovers while leaving some baffled. How can such diverse subjects look so at home in the same canvas? He once told an interviewer, “To me, a heart-shattering soul song is as transcendent as a Giotto fresco or an Emily Dickinson or William Blake poem.”
For curator E. Carmen Ramos, immigration to the United States is very much tied to the country’s foreign policies. In the art she sees that reckons with the nation’s approach to Cuba, Iraq, Central America and elsewhere, Ramos finds a deep understanding of identity and American society. When talking with Smithsonian Second Opinion, Ramos identified five artists whose works tackle immigration in America.
by Jeff Dodge for Colorado State University College of Liberal Arts Magazine The colorful new 30-foot-high sculpture emerging from a water feature at the new U.S. Embassy building in The Hague was created by an alumnus of Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art History who says the honor of being commissioned for the project…
In this episode of LPB Art Rocks!, we meet New Orleans artist Jacqueline Bishop, whose passion for the environment helps feed her creativity. Her paintings have inspired award-winning Chef Phillip Lopez to create a menu for a premiere event, The Art of Food, a dining experience like no other that will be held at the LPB Studios Sunday, October 22.
Azaceta in Louisiana. Large-scale works by Luis Cruz Azaceta are included in four group shows in Louisiana arts institutions.
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.