Monday, September 14, 2015

Here is one of our Young Creatives who call herself Journey.  Her "Talking Drum" which are recycled oil drums that will be used in the new Bienville-Basin Development as trash receptacles shows the youthful vibrancy of her eye.

The gallery is also showcasing a couple of her other paintings in the "Da Fleet! Where the Young Creatives Are" at Rhythm & Hues @1501 through October 31st.

Reception tentatively scheduled for Oct 3rd.

 The Artist: Journey
Andrew's piece simply does that..make you smile.  Native to Venezuela now currently living in Baton Rouge, La his charming and whimsica painting kinda reminds you of a cross between Dr. Suess & Sponge Bob Squarepants!

Friday, September 11, 2015

Changed Waters exhibition extended to Sept 26th!

We are happy to say that Changed Waters: Thrown Rocks, Building Castles exhibition has been extended to Sept 26th!

(l to r): Artists Madeline Corey Thomas, Claudia Washington & Isarealle Johnson

Ransom McCormick, artist

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Under the Fig Tree: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Bienville-Basin Community Development

The newly renovated Bienville Basin Comunit Development officially opened Augst 29th, 2015. It was the former Iberville Housing Project that underwent a massive transformation over the last few years.

I, and the artists of Rhythm & Hues were delghted to share in a modest way in enhancing the streets with our "Talking Drums" recyled oil drums now being used as trash receptacles that will dot the landscape for months to come!

 Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney (background Secretary Julian Castro, HUD)

Ribbon cutting. (l to r):Senator Mary Landrieu, N.O. Mayor itch Landrieu, Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney, Secretary of HUD Julian Castro

Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney, Curator?artist at Rhythm & Hues @ 1501.  Senator Mary Landrieu (D-La)

(l to r): Secretary Julian Castro, Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney & Secretary Shaun Donovan

Post ribbon cutting Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney

Some of the "Drummer" artists with City leaders

(l to r): The Honorable Shaun Donovan (Executive Director for the U.S. Office of Management & Budget & former Secretary of HUD), Jacquelyn Hughes Money, curator of Rhythm & Hues @ 1501, Jenae Wilson, artist Thelma Bowers, artist Sandra Blakely, artist Karel Sloane-Boekbinder & Sheila Pipps with Pres Kabacoff, CEO of HRI,Inc.

(l to r): Artist Jenae Wilson, HRI Properties, Inc partner & former Mayor of New Orleans Sidney Bartholomew, Artist Jacquelyn Hughes Money, curator of Rhythm & Hues @ 1501,  artist Thelma Bowers, artist Sandra Blakely, artist Karel Sloane-Boekbinder & Sheila Pipps

Even though the reporter got it wrong as I did not grew up in the Iberville Projects, it was a nice photo.  I spent 6 months there as an young adult (age 22).  It was beautifu back then in the early 70s.    I am glad to see it go through a new stage.