June 6 6 - 10pm Sea and Soil Opening Reception Show up through July 3, 2015
Aline Cross, Kathy Dumesnil, Faye Earnest, Lee Morais, Pippin Frisbe-Calder, Elizabeth Simon 25% of proceeds from this show will benefit the Gulf Restoration Network
Gallery Closed July 4th – August 1st, 2014
September 4 through November 1st, 2015 - House Group Exhibition Andrew Hopkins, Ben Hamburger, Loren Schwerd, Marta Maleck , Shawn Waco Opening Reception September 4, 2015 25% of proceeds to benefit TBA
Currently at The Foundation Gallery
Sea and Soil - Group Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: June 6 – July 3, 2015
Opening Reception: June 6, 6 – 10pm
Exhibiting Artists: Aline Cross, Kathy Dumesnil, Faye Earnest, Pippin Frisbie-Calder, Lee Morais, Elizabeth Simon
Gallery Location: 1109 Royal Street, New Orleans LA 70116
Hours: Open daily 10 - 6 pm, Closed Tuesdays
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org 504-568-0955
25% of proceeds to benefit: Gulf Restoration Network www.healthygulf.org
The Foundation Gallery is thrilled to present Sea and Soil a group exhibition with Aline Cross, Kathy Dumesnil, Faye Earnest, Pippin Frisbie-Calder, Lee Morais, Elizabeth Simon. The show will be up from June 6 through July 3rd ,2015. An opening reception will be held June 6th from 6 – 10pm. 25% of proceeds from the show, as well as the gallery shop, will be donated to the Gulf Restoration Network.
In many forms, art becomes a method of preservation. Preservation of the self, of a culture, of a memory, of a landscape so close to being lost. There is hope in the moment an artist is able to capture an image in which we are reminded of our sense of wonder with the natural world around us. Sea and Soil is a celebration and an exploration of the ways in which artists are inspired by nature and the multitude of forms this reverence takes. Whether directly creating a visual vocabulary to make scientific data approachable or capturing the pure tranquility of the space where the line of sea and soil is blurred, these pieces remind us that we are more one with the dirt between our toes and the sea mist that surrounds us than we even know.