“My Louisiana” is a series of large scale figurative paintings inspired by anonymous Kodachrome slides.
Stop by 318 Art and Garden in Shreveport to see these wonderful selections curated by Cassie Rome. Original paints and Fine Art Reproductions available for Purchase
I’m painting portraits of Louisiana Public Broadcasting’s “Louisiana Legends 2019”. 5-(22x30”) charcoal and oil on Arches oil paper paintings to capture these outstanding personalities.
They are : Denise Lewis Patrick, Newton Thomas, Rebecca Vizard, Roy O.Martin,III, and Todd Graves.
The portraits will be auctioned at the 29th Annual Louisiana Legends Gala at Louisiana’s Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge. Posters of a composite portrait will also be for sale. Past portraits were painted by the late George Rodrigue.
This group show features 10 years of the best at dkContemporary Gallery on the old square in Marietta, Georgia.
“Guests Serving Outside- Riverton, 1937” (28 x 36”) charcoal and oil on canvas. 2018
This painting will be up for bid to benefit The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
dkContemporary Gallery is the place to buy my work in the greater Atlanta area!
This nostalgic series and the 1937 8mm film loop that inspired it are installed in The Historic Old State Capitol Museum. Join us Sunday, May 6, from 1-3pm to experience Family Picnic Day and view "Riverton, 1937: Part II, Family Picnic on the Grounds".
Learn more: http://www.louisianaoldstatecapitol.org/programs-exhibits/riverton-1937-part-ii/
Join me at 211 Desired Street at ART ALLEY for a preview of my latest series in progress, MY Louisiana. Wednesday January 31 (5 to 8pm) and February 1 (5 to 9pm)
An opportunity to work with Straight to Art, a Charleston artist studio management firm to introduce my work to area designers. Fine Rugs + Fine Art = Beautiful!
Seven years ago I stepped out into the desert on a journey led by my Intuition. I surrendered my life as I knew it to a Power greater than myself. Every step was led. Every thought was a choice on a journey to healing.
I had to experience enough paint to realize that my Self will was keeping me in the darkness. Once I became aware that my ego did not know what was best for my life, teachers appeared and have guided me to my soul's purpose in this lifetime.
Once I got a glimpse of the Light, I was determined to follow it on the path to Self Realization and Union with the Divine Within.
This installation contains symbols of my journey. My intellect could never have Imagined where this path would lead me, but I see now it is to a place of Wholeness I never imagined possible in physical body.
Each of these pieces is a symbol of my Journey toward the Light and the I set everyday to be Free of the Darkness I lived in for so long.
The greatest Love I have ever known is within every cell of my body. If I Listen, it guides my Thoughts and Actions in an effortless and seamless way away from pain and into the Miracles of my life that unfold daily.
"Carrie Jo Eating Fried Chicken with Group Seated in front of Cotton Field- Riverton, 1937" was selected to be a part of The Louisiana Contemporary present by the Helis Foundation at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans.