two exhibitions in August

 

Friday, July 23 thru September 3: Art Melt
Forum 35’s Art Melt is the largest multi-media, juried art exhibit in the state of Louisiana. Now in its 13th year, Art Melt strives to promote professional artists throughout the state of Louisiana while providing an opportunity for the public to experience the best of local fine art, music, and performing arts. The winners of the 2016 Art Melt will be announced at the Art Melt Preview Party on Friday, July 22, 2016. Doors open to the ticketed event at 7 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online for $85/individual or $150/couple. Catering will be provided by Ruffino’s, with music by the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra. The Preview Party will also be the first opportunity for the public to view the exhibit and purchase artwork. Saturday, July 23, 2016 will be the exhibit’s official opening night and is free to the public. The gallery will open at 5 p.m. and will remain open until 9 p.m. Saturday will also feature an outdoor festival with cultural and musical performances, an arts marketplace, a children’s section and food options by local vendors. Following opening night, viewing of the gallery will be available during regular museum hours and included in the regular museum admission fee until September 3, 2016.

August 6 – September 18, 2016: Louisiana Contemporary
June 8, 2016 (New Orleans) -The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, with support of The Helis Foundation, will once again produce the exhibition, Louisiana Contemporary, opening on Whitney White Linen Night, August 6, 2016, and on display until September 18, 2016. The annual, state-wide, juried exhibition was established in 2012 to promote contemporary art practices in the state of Louisiana, to provide exhibition space for the work of living artists, and to engage an audience that recognizes the vibrant visual culture of Louisiana and the role of New Orleans as a rising, international art center.
In other news, here are three newly finished pieces:
nothing is funnier than unhappiness, acrylic on wood panel, 45x35

nothing is funnier than unhappiness, acrylic on wood panel, 45×35

 

why is it never enough? just enjoy, acrylic on wood panel, 45x35

why is it never enough? just enjoy, acrylic on wood panel, 45×35

 

intended mainly for separation, acrylic on wood panel, 10x14

intended mainly for separation, acrylic on wood panel, 10×14

Other places to see my work:
Graphite Galleries, New Orleans, LA
Ann Connelly Fine Art, Baton Rouge, LA
The Agora Borealis, Shreveport, LA

 

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