ENDANGERED - Reflections on Natural Environments and Species
Reflections on Natural Environments and Species
November 2 - 24, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, November 2, 6 - 8 pm
Octavia Art Gallery is pleased to present ENDANGERED, an exhibit of works that reflects nature, the environment, animals, and life. ENDANGERED will feature work by the following artists:
David Kidd - David Kidd’s layered, textured paintings are centered around botanical reference while still being atmospheric and undefined.
Nall - Over a successful, 40-year career, Nall has seamlessly positioned himself for both regional and international appeal, with a sprawling body of work that reveals the beauty of nature, the ephemeral, and strikes those who confront and admire his work, just as they would the spectacle of nature itself.
Jeffrey Pitt - Jeffrey Pitt’s paintings of iconography and symbols interpret current events and situations, particularly environmental and conservation issues.
Betsy Stewart - Using biomorphic images, Betsy Stewart’s artwork examines the microscopic, mutually dependent life systems found in pond water referencing both the micro and macro elements of the universe.
Joe Zammit-Lucia - One of the world’s leading animal portrait artists, Joe Zammit-Lucia is a conceptual artist working with a photographic medium to explore issues relating to the human-animal relationship.
For more information, please call 504-309-4249 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The gallery is located at 4532 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115. Hours of operation are Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm.