Sunday, December 07, 2008

Michael Boiscourt, Natchitoches, at Deck the Halls, Artspace; view and shop Mon to Fri, 10 am to 7 pm, Sats noon to 6 pm

This year’s Deck the Halls features extended late hours, says Leigh Elgin. The exhibit - and sale - is open Mon to Fri from 10 am to 7 pm and Sats from noon to 6 pm.

Deck the Halls has two floors of exhibition space dedicated to Paintings, Drawings, Photography, Jewelry, Woodworking, Fine Craft, Wearable Art, Furniture and Metalwork.

Every year Deck the Halls attracts new artists and this year is no exception, new artists for 2008 are:

- Cindy Posey Singletary, a native of Shreveport now residing in Benton. Cindy is a painter specializing in watercolor and enjoys the challenge of watercolor and the unpredictable things that take place;
- Amy DesOrmeaux is an anomalous artist colliding eco-friendly matter with non-natural environmental impurities:
- Michael Boicourt, an artist who works in mixed media and weaving, believes that artists should never lose their sense of wonder. His voodoo dolls and masks are full of whimsy, color and spirituality. His weavings exude color and texture and his photographs are a view of a world traveled.

Deck the Halls also features The Café @ artspace, where new Food and Beverage Director Michael Chishum will be treating guests to a visual feast of seasonal culinary delights.

1 comment:

Believe said...

This piece of artwork is very creative! I like it!