Thursday, February 18, 2010

Susan Nobles: all aspects of being a woman in mixed media at Gallery Fine Art Center, Bossier City; reception Thurs, March 4, 6:30 pm

Gallery Fine Art Center, Bossier, introduces original mixed media works by artist Elizabeth L. Noble. The exhibit Elizabeth L. Noble: Ladies Room, Paintings on Canvas will begin February 11th through April 18th.

Elizabeth L. Noble is a painter interested in the effects of the mass media on images of women.

She uses bright colors on top of dress patterns (or transparent, unprinted papers) adhered to the canvas and worked over with paint. The dress patterns call attention to a tradition of women’s work and create a system of lines and measurements beneath the surface of the paint.

"Elizabeth L. Noble's art work reflects all aspects of being a woman," says Susan Brunner.. "From eating a cupcake to putting on make up and getting ready in the morning, she shows the every day rituals of women. With paint on top of dress patterns on top of canvas, her color combinations and figures draw the eye in and keep the viewer intrigued. This exhibit is exciting and fun for every viewer."

Gallery Fine Art Center is an affiliate gallery of Brunner Gallery with locations in Baton Rouge and Covington, LA. GFAC will be open Wednesday through Saturday from 11am – 5pm and by appointment. The Gallery is located at Airline Plaza at 2151 Airline Drive, Suite 200 in Bossier City.

A Public Reception for the Artist will be held March 4th from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

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