The Elizabethan Gallery, 680 Jefferson Highway, will open its annual “Spring Art Show” from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 6. The opening will happen together with the Mid City Merchants’ Hot Art, Cool Nights spring pageant.
The featured artist might be Nancy Naylor Smitherman, a Louisiana local and LSU artwork schooling graduate who taught within the East Baton Rouge Parish college device for greater than 30 years.
As a instructor of each youngsters and adults, Smitherman sought “to teach people how to really see in order to unlock the creative side of the brain and gather information differently to add new thoughts and ideas to their lives and achieve a higher level of expression.”
Smitherman started portray on the age of 9 and studied underneath more than a few artists similar to Doug Walton and Wolf Kahn and works in lots of mediums, together with acrylic, blended media and watercolor. Her art work have at all times mirrored a way of “new expressionism” and her new sequence presentations a brand new methodology of pouring which she has been running on for greater than 5 years.
Smitherman refers back to the new taste as “abstract impressionism” which vibrates with pleasure, power and measurement.
Other Gallery artists whose paintings might be integrated on this massive Hot Art, Cool Nights display might be Andi Holliday, Carol Hallock, Heather Connole Ricard, Keith Douglas, Justin Patin, Kay Lusk, Kathy Daigle, Claire Pasqua, Diego Larguia, Cathy Smart, Krista Roche, Janice Evans, Andrea Phillips and Katie McGarry.
The display will proceed placing till Saturday, June 4, and it’s loose and open to the general public. Gallery hours are 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday, and 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
For additional info, discuss with elizabethangallery.com.