It may be Good Friday, but I have a feeling next Friday will be even better. I hope you will join me for the release of my Spring Collection: THE WIDE NIGHT. Over 30 new original paintings exploring the mysteries of darkness, the redeeming light of the moon and stars, and the secrets contained in our day and night dreaming.
Three ways to view the entire collection:
New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
April 25-27 (first weekend only)
Fairgrounds, Tent F (near the Blues Tent)
Spring Collection Pre-Release (first access)
April 23, doors open at 7:00pm (ends at 8:00)
The Beauty Shop Gallery, 3828 Dryades St. New Orleans, LA
All paintings will be available for purchase online starting at 9:00pm central time on April 23. Yes, this is slightly different from the past, but I could no longer manage the availability of pieces in real time with the Pre-Release in New Orleans. Priority is given first to those in New Orleans, and then worldwide. Thank you for your understanding, and enthusiasm!
I’m looking forward to rejoining the world and seeing you all at my gallery, at the fairgrounds, or online. Thanks again for your ever-love and support.
Bibo, wonderful animated short film about a lonely robot, a year in the making – a sort of modern-day, sadder version of Pixar’s groundbreaking 1986 classic Luxo Jr.
The lovely kind of sad.
I need that “Beast It” spirit right now.
Thank you Beasts… for making a film to light our hearts on fire over and over again.
Inspiration for my Spring 2014 Collection (Part 3)
Themes include: the stars and sky, stardust, ghostly sounds, golden shimmering, the flap of birds, the non-linear time in the dark of night, gathering in the sea, falling, swooshing, coasting, hoisting and carrying, scent memory, the paradox of seeing, and the non-duality of night and day.
Release Date: April 23 at 7:00pm Central time
In Person: The Beauty Shop - 3828 Dryades St, New Orleans
“Now I want to be a flower petal in flight, a fleck of stardust, a piece of the solar wind, a proton hurling toward earth, a blood vessel pumping through someone’s heart. Anything in motion, with meaning, with velocity.”
- Rebecca Rebouche, journal, Spring 2014