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Nine Years of Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

8.04.2011

Art, Land, and Architecture


[Andrew Bucci, charcoal/watercolor/paper 1993, courtesy Cole Pratt Gallery.]

If you have any upcoming plans to be in New Orleans, don't miss an opportunity to see the work of Mississippi-born Andrew Bucci (we've talked about his midcentury figures in the past) juxtaposed with pieces from New Orleanian David Joyner. The exhibition at Cole Pratt Gallery will focus on abstract paintings inspired by landscapes and run from August 14 through September 25, 2011.


[Exhibition postcard just arrived.]

At the same time, new work from architect-turned-fine artist, Stephan Hoffpauir, will be on view in Cole Pratt's rear gallery. Mentioned in this previous post, the subjects of Hoffpauir's photo-realist-like watercolors include New Orleans restaurants, food, and vernacular architecture.

1 comment:

The Devoted Classicist said...

Hoffpauir's architectural watercolors are amazing!