Ephemeral Earth

April 22, 2017-June 7, 2017

Susan Duke's "Ephemeral Earth" features stunning expressionist paintings that reflect the splendor and fragility of the planet we call home. Come visit the museum and escape into her delicate landscapes. Opening reception on Earth Day, 2:00-5:00PM.

5th Annual Nature Through the Lens


Rainforest Art Foundation opens its 5th annual “Nature Through The Lens” international traveling exhibition at Marlene Yu Museum during Downtown Artwalk Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101.  The show highlights professional and emerging artists’ nature photography from around the world.  Admission to the opening reception is free with a suggested $10 donation to benefit the Foundation.

Amazing Flowers: Do Plants Talk?

Rainforest Art Foundation's traveling photo exhibit of strange-looking flowers becomes interactive in Shreveport, Louisiana, leading viewers to question whether plants communicate and what they may be saying at "Amazing Flowers: Do Plants Talk?" October 21 through December 9, 2016.

4th Annual Nature through the Lens

This photography exhibition shows work from 40+ artists from around the world (a few featured from Shreveport!). Nature through the Lens features photos of all things natural from landscapes to animals, taking the viewer through a journey around the world.

Kids Can: Oceans of Adaptation

Through March 4, 2016

Kids Can is a collaborative installation featuring four different species of fish and their adaptations. The project involved the collection of recycled bottles, the decoration and lesson for the fish species, the assembling of the bottle fish, and the final installation using additional recycled materials.

Program designed by Rebekah White

Installation by Iris MacLean and Ashley Purland

Bottle Fish by community volunteers of all ages

Recycled bottles donated by River Park Church

Abstract Nature

January 22, 2016 - March 4, 2016

Abstract Nature is a mixed-media, group show that allows the viewer to see the art in life through the eyes of 20+ artists. This vibrant exhibit features jewelry, sculpture, paintings, and photography. Local and international artists are featured.