Interactive exhibit questions whether plants talk

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SHREVEPORT, Louisiana – Rainforest Art Foundation's interactive photo exhibit of strange-looking flowers leads viewers to question whether plants talk and what they may be saying, with an opening reception on Friday, October 21, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101. The show will be on display throughDecember 9, 2016. The opening reception is free with a suggested $10 donation to benefit the Foundation.

 

Director Stephanie Lusk said, "At Rainforest Art Foundation, we focus on art inspired by nature, the artists, and what the artists are trying to convey through their work.  In this interactive exhibit, we see the art of nature itself, we wonder about 'Mother Nature' as the artist, and viewers are welcomed to interpret what 'she' may be trying to convey through her work." 


About Rainforest Art Foundation:
The mission of RAF is to increase appreciation of nature through art. Started in New York City in 2001 by artist, Marlene Tseng Yu, RAF has recently expanded to Zurich and will soon open in Frankfurt, striving to bring together nature-inspired artists from all over the world. RAF’s headquarters are located at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101. For more information, please visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org or call (318) 717-9111.

 

Media Contact:

Stephanie Lusk, Director

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 717-9111

rainforestartfoundation@gmail.com

Free rock climbing event set for 2016 Give for Good in North Louisiana

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SHREVEPORT, La., April 26, 2016 – Rainforest Art Foundation partners with Pro27's Climbossier to offer free rock climbing on local day of 24-hour online giving called Give for Good. The fundraiser event will take place at Pro27, 3700 Old Shed Rd Bossier City, LA on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 from 5-8 pm. The event is free to the public.

This meaningful partnership helps to further the RAF mission to increase appreciation of nature through arts, including alpine arts and outdoor skills development. The goal is to get more people in to try climbing and raise awareness of nature-inspired arts in North Louisiana.

Food, door prizes, and donation stations will be available. Multiple activities will be available for different ages and skill levels, including novice and experienced climb routes, and bouldering for small children.  Children under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian there to sign a consent waiver, age 15 and under must have supervision from a parent or guardian for the duration of the event, and children age 16 and older may be left with a signed waiver and picked up afterwards. All participants must have closed toed, tight fitting tennis shoes in order to climb.

About Rainforest Art Foundation:

The mission of RAF is to increase appreciation of nature through art. Founded in New York City in 2001 by artist, Marlene Tseng Yu, RAF strives to bring together like-minded artists from all over the world. RAF’s headquarters are located at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101. For more information and hours please visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org or call (318) 717-9111. 

About Climbossier:

Climbossier is the first 24-hour climbing fitness-training center in North Louisiana, located in its parent gym, Pro27 Athletics, at 3700 Old Shed Road in Bossier City. We provide all levels of personal training, host group events, and focus on fun and fitness in a safe environment. We can be reached via facebook.com/climbossier. 

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations Manager

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

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Family friendly Annual Earth Day Celebration to kick off in downtown Shreveport

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SHREVEPORT, La., March 29, 2016 – Rainforest Art Foundation is partnering with the Marlene Yu Museum and CoCreative for its 2nd Annual Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 22, 2016 at 710 Travis St., Shreveport, LA 71101 from 6-9 p.m. The Celebration is free with a suggested $10 donation per family. The event will feature art exhibitions, emerging artists, live music, local green groups, children’s activities, and food and beer for purchase.

Rainforest Art Foundation held its first Annual Earth Day Celebration in 2015 to help increase the community’s appreciation of nature through visual, performance, and culinary arts. This year it will be bigger with more art, more activities, and more nature love. Proceeds from the Celebration will help RAF and MYM expand on the renovations of their mutual home, the former YWCA building, which was in decline for ten years.

RAF’s next fundraiser will also kick off on April 22nd. The 1UP Fundraiser proceeds will be support the Marlene Yu Museum and RAF’s efforts to renovate the Museum’s staircase and second floor. Special incentives are being offered for donations of certain sizes. The Fundraiser will go until May 31st.

About Rainforest Art Foundation:

RAF is a 501(c)3 non profit with the mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. RAF was founded in 2001 by Marlene Tseng Yu in New York City, and opened its headquarters in Shreveport, LA in 2014. RAF provides kids’ educational programming, art exhibitions, and community events to fulfill its mission. For more information, visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org.

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations Manager

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

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Abstract art exhibit will start the new year at local art foundation

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SHREVEPORT, La., January 11, 2016 – Rainforest Art Foundation will showcase abstract art from various local and international artists to kick off 2016. “Abstract Nature” will open as part of the Marlene Yu Museum’s Preview Gala on January 21, 2016 from 5:30-8:30 pm at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101. The cost of tickets is $125 in advance or $150 at the door. The Gala is a celebration of the Museum’s first anniversary and RAF’s first year in Shreveport.

RAF is hosting a free, community wide birthday party for the Marlene Yu Museum’s first anniversary on Friday, January 22, 2016 featuring the new exhibition. The party is 5-7 pm at the Museum. “Abstract Nature” will show through March 4, 2016.

The exhibit will feature pieces from Annie Arbuckle, Janet Barlow, Dennis Cady, Steve Culp, Casey David, Susan Duke, Heather Evans, Robert Fogel, Susan Fortenberry, Mike Greer, Katy Merriman, Eloise Palmer, Rex Patton, Jason Phipps, Antonio Pizarro, Anthony Reans, Lauren Ross, Ellen Soffer, Jeremiah Teipen, Lauri Wallace, Laura Watts, Grace Ge Yao, Chuandai Hsieh Yu, and more.

The Rainforest Art Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit with the mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. The Headquarters of the Foundation is located inside the Marlene Yu Museum at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101. For hours and information please visit www.RainforestArtFoundation.org or call (318) 717-9111.  

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations Manager

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

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New York artist John Norwood to show recycled garbage sculptures at Rainforest Art Foundation headquarters in Shreveport, Louisiana

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SHREVEPORT, La., November 10, 2015 – New York City artist will show his work for the first time at the Rainforest Art Foundation in Louisiana. “Recycled Sculptures” by John Norwood opens Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 from 5:00-6:30 pm with a Museum Member dinner at 7:00 pm. The exhibition will show through Friday, January 8, 2016. Admission is free with a suggested $10 donation. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served.

The opening will also feature the 2014-2015 Kids Can exhibit “Oceans of Adaptation” featuring the recycled bottle fish created by kids and volunteers in the community at various events throughout the year. Kids Can is an annual art project meant to teach kids that they can work together to make a difference in our community. Rebekah White designed this Rainforest Art Foundation program and theme for 2014-2015. The installation was designed and implemented by Iris MacLean and Ashley Purland.

Norwood creates art out of recycled junk. He is a self-proclaimed impulsive recycler and likes to use his trash to create pieces that interest him. Before ending up in Manhattan where he would meet his wife and start a family, Norwood travelled around Europe studying art, music, and theater, which he felt was the best thing he could have ever done for his education.

Rainforest Art Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit with the mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. For more information visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org or call (318) 717-9111.

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

www.rainforestartfoundation.org

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Book signing and presentation with Louisiana photographer C.C. Lockwood to be held in Shreveport

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SHREVEPORT, La., October 19, 2015—The Nature Conservancy of Louisiana partners
with Rainforest Art Foundation, The Community Foundation of North Louisiana, and
The Alta and John Franks Foundation for “Louisiana Wild: A Special Evening with C.C.
Lockwood” Wednesday, December 2, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Marlene Yu
Museum located at 710 Travis St., Shreveport, LA 71101. This event is free and open to
the public.

Louisiana photographer C.C. Lockwood will present images from the book, accompanied
by music and stories. Books will be available for purchase and signing following the
presentation.

Louisiana Wild: The Protected and Restored Lands of The Nature Conservancy,
published by Louisiana State University Press in September, showcases 220 color images
from the more than sixty properties managed by The Nature Conservancy across
Louisiana’s diverse and productive ecosystem. Lockwood presents a vivid photo
narrative that journeys from the little-known Copenhagen Hills, a prairie habitat with the
largest variety of woody plants in Louisiana; to the swampland lake of Cypress Island,
with its massive rookery of roseate spoonbills and great egrets; to over a dozen other sites
that showcase Louisiana’s distinct environs.

About C. C. Lockwood:
Lockwood is a recipient of the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award for Outstanding
Conservation Photography and honored as a Louisiana Legend by Louisiana Public
Broadcasting, has photographed the natural wonders of his home state and beyond for
over four decades. His books include Marsh Mission: Capturing the Vanishing Wetlands;
C. C. Lockwood’s Atchafalaya; Around the Bend: A Mississippi River Adventure;
Beneath the Rim: A Photographic Journey through the Grand Canyon; Still Waters:
Images, 1971–1999; and The Yucatán Peninsula.

Contact:
Iris MacLean
Public Relations
Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum
(318) 840-5213
irisrainforestart@gmail.com
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Rainforest Art Foundation to host Truffle Party with Door Prize by NWLA artist Don Edwards

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SHREVEPORT, La., October 2, 2015 – The Truffle Party will be held by the Rainforest Art Foundation at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101 on Tuesday Oct. 20 from 5-7 pm. Admission is free with suggested $10 donation to benefit Rainforest Art Foundation. 

Guests will be entered into a door prize by voting for their favorite Don Edwards painting in the “Walk on the Wild Side with Don Edwards” exhibition (excluding the Duck Stamp painting). The winner will choose a 20” x 30” canvas giclée of their choice valued at $450, including frame.

Black truffle-infused mushroom pasta and chocolate truffles will complement the photography exhibit, “Wild Mushrooms of the Rainforest” by Mother Nature and unknown photographers.

Naturalist, photographer and wildlife artist, Edwards' work captures intriguing and realistic moments in nature. He has traveled to Colorado's Rocky Mountains, Wyoming’s Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Alaska, three trips to Africa - The Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya and Kruger National Park in South Africa. His travels have allowed him to witness, photograph and paint some of Earth's greatest wildlife images.

Rainforest Art Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit with the mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. For more information visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org or call (318) 717-9111.

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

www.rainforestartfoundation.org

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Kids summer program at Rainforest Art Foundation presents science and art education

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BAEP Logo

BAEP Logo

SHREVEPORT, La., June 10, 2015—The Rainforest Art Foundation introduces the new Biology & Art Exploration Program (BAEP) debuting this summer. BAEP will take place from 9 am – 12 pm every Thursday in July beginning July 9th. The programming for this summer is designed for children ages 3-10, but all ages are welcome. BAEP will take place in the Young Artist Gallery at RAF at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101. Parent or guardian required to be with child at all times. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Admission is free with a suggested $10 donation per family to benefit BAEP.

BAEP is a hands on program designed by Rebekah White to help children learn art and science in a fun environment while making connections between the creative and analytical sides of their brains. The theme for July 9 is Butterflies & Blending. The theme for July 16 is Animals & Abstraction. PEP, a local non-profit group that deals with pet education for kids, will be there for this day with different animals for the kids to learn about. The theme for July 23 is Camouflage & Composition, and the theme for July 30 is Plants & Perspective. Various stations will be set up including an activity paired with a lesson.

The focus of these themes is to help kids better understand concepts of art and biology by teaching these subjects together while using an array of different examples, games, and art projects. BAEP is an ever-evolving project that will be adapted into fieldtrips and other future programming.

The Rainforest Art Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit with the mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. For more information regarding the Biology & Art Exploration Program and to RSVP please visit the Facebook event page at www.facebook.com/events/1578316372456357/.

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations

Rainforest Art Foundation

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

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Coral reef inspired paintings by Marlene Tseng Yu to show in Bossier as the last exhibition in the Lucky Sevens exhibition series

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The celebrated New York artist presented six series prior in the hometown of her brand new museum, the Marlene Yu Museum, to show her art in the South for the first time

BOSSIER CITY, La., June 11, 2015—Marlene Tseng Yu presents Crystal Reef Series as the final exhibition of the Lucky Sevens at Bossier Arts Council from June 11 through July 31, 2015. There will be a reception at the Bossier Arts Council Saturday, June 13, 2015, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

The Lucky Sevens is seven different shows at seven local venues in honor of Yu’s 77th year. The prior six shows were at Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, Robinson Film Center, Artspace, Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College, Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center, and Marlene Yu Museum.

New York art critic, Donald Kuspit, Ph.D., wrote about the Crystal Reef Series in his essay, “Marlene Yu: Cosmic Inscape”.  Kuspit states, “The fractal process of chaos that informs nature becomes self-evident.  One element explodes into another, the entire process studied, with relentless curiosity, in picture after picture, the whole series forming a kind of scientific record of an experiment with raw natural matter as well as a seismographic tracing of a profound emotional experience.”

The Marlene Yu Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit with a mission to preserve, present, document, and interpret the life and art works of Marlene Tseng Yu. For more information visit www.MarleneYuMuseum.org. The Rainforest Art Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit with a mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. For more information visit www.RainforestArtFoundation.org.

The Bossier Arts Council is dedicated to promoting, supporting, and providing cultural events and programming in order to enhance the quality of life and to develop a cultural identity for Bossier Parish. BAC is located at 630 Barksdale Blvd, Bossier City, LA and is open Tuesday-Friday 11 am-5 pm with free admission.

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations

Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

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Environmental Arts Pioneer Marlene Tseng Yu Unveils Melting Glacier Inspired Series At Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center

Special public programming will be provided as well in honor of National Environmental Education Week and Earth Day.

SHREVEPORT, La., March 17, 2015 – The sixth exhibition of Marlene Tseng Yu’s Lucky Sevens opened March 17 at Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center in Shreveport. Melting Glacier Series will show through April 26, accompanied by several educational and thematic programs in honor of National Environmental Education Week on April 25 and 26 at Sci-Port, and an Earth Day celebration on April 22 at nearby Rainforest Art Foundation.

The Lucky Sevens is a series of seven different exhibitions at seven local venues in honor of Yu’s 77th year.  Yu, a native of Taiwan and participant in the New York City art scene for much of her life, founded the Rainforest Art Foundation to raise environmental awareness through art.  She is now honored by the Marlene Yu Museum in downtown Shreveport, one of the few museums in the nation dedicated to preserving and presenting the work of a single artist.

Yu states, “[Glacial melting] is my favorite subject. Without my realizing it, the series reflects what has become one of the most important issues today, as human lifestyles and habits increase global warming and cause glaciers to melt rapidly. I hope through my art to convey the urgent message—Earth is in danger, please let us protect it together.” Yu began the Melting Glacier Series in 1965 and continued through 2008.

The first five exhibitions in the Lucky Sevens took place at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, Robinson Film Center, Artspace, Meadows Museum of Art, and the Marlene Yu Museum. The Dream Series currently at the Meadows Museum shows through May 3, and Forces of Nature currently at the Marlene Yu Museum shows through May 31.

Art critic Robert Morgan, Ph.D., said of the series, “…a resilient flow of energy that is boundless and yet miraculously controlled… like good theater where the presence of the director remains unknown…”

During its time at Sci-Port, Lucky Sevens will be celebrated with special public programming provided at the Shreveport science museum, along with related items available in the Discoveries Unlimited Gift Shop. Programs will feature arctic mammal ecology (Blubber Mitts), the science of glaciers (Glacier Gloop), and the importance of keeping pollution out of our watersheds (What’s My Watershed?).

Sci-Port Programs and Education Grants Manager Dr. Heather Kleiner says of the partnership, “Sci-Port always tries to provide our visitors with a comprehensive learning experience. We’re excited to be able to match Marlene Yu’s Lucky Sevens art exhibit with hands-on programming and also the showings of the IMAX® movies To the Arctic and Journey to the South Pacific.”

The Earth Day celebration at RAF will take place April 22 from 4:30-7:30 pm with free admission with suggested $10 donation. At 5:30 pm, Bayou to Bay will give a presentation. Live music by Twang Darkly, and complimentary refreshments as well as food for purchase will be available by culinary artists such as Simply Cotton Candy.

Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center is a 92,000 square-foot science and entertainment center featuring 290 hands-on exhibits, 70 interactive programs and demonstrations, a Space Center and Space Dome Planetarium, IMAX Dome Theatre, gift shop and café. Bayou to Bay (B2B) is a program of Sci-Port with a mission to improve the health of children and waterways through education, action, and play.

The Marlene Yu Museum is a 501c3 non-profit with a mission to preserve, exhibit, document, and interpret the life and works of Marlene Tseng Yu. For more information visit www.MarleneYuMuseum.org. The Rainforest Art Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit with a mission to increase appreciation of nature through art. For more information visit www.RainforestArtFoundation.org.

Contacts:

Claire Floyd

Community Engagement Manager

Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center

(318) 424-8678

cfloyd@sciport.org

Iris MacLean

Public Relations

Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com


New York Artist Marlene Tseng Yu Presents her “Fire: Element of Life” Exhibition with Works Depicting Fiery Phenomena

This exhibition is the third show of 7 from her exhibition series entitled "Lucky 7s" which celebrates her 77th birthday and debut to Louisiana.

Fire: Element of Life2004, Acrylic on canvas, Molten Lava Series, 8x32

SHREVEPORT, La., Nov. 10, 2014 Artspace Shreveport will display lava and fire inspired paintings from the Molten Lava, Space and Universe, and Forest Fire series by artist, Marlene Tseng Yu, in the Fire: Element of Lifeexhibition beginning Friday, Nov. 14 through Jan. 17, 2015. The paintings from these series to be displayed draw from the high temperature phenomena found at the core of the earth, on earths surface, and out in the universe.

The exhibition will be located on the ground floor in the mainspace of Artspace, located at 710 Texas Street, Shreveport, LA 71101. The hours are Tuesday- Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm.  

The opening reception will begin at 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm on Nov. 14 with a $10 admission. Hors doeuvres, cash bar, and live music will be provided. Yu will be there for pictures, signings, and questions or comments. Notecards, postcards, and signed posters, prints, and books will be available for purchase throughout the exhibition from Artspace.

Art critic, Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, provided a review of Yus work for Live Mag! Titled, Communing with the Elements: Yus Irrepressible Vision.

Yu varies her marks considerably, adding to the perception of artistic control over phenomenological chaos,said Wright of Yus Molten Lava Parkpainting, Amorphous clouds and fiery washes contrast with concise shards and irregular recessions.

The Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum are partnering with the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, Shreveport Regional Arts Council, Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College, Bossier Arts Council, Robinson Film Center, and Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center for the "Lucky 7s." The "Lucky 7s" are Marlene Yu's 7 exhibitions in honor of her 70th solo exhibition in her 77th year at 7 local institutions.  Marlene has designed 7 themed, non-overlapping exhibitions selected from her 4000+ paintings, more than 35 series of works, ranging from 16 inches to 37 feet long.

The first show of the Lucky 7s, Purple Swamp & Nature Abstraction,was held at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum from Sept. 25 - Nov. 10. The second, Emerald Forestopened Sept. 26 and will run through Nov. 29 at the Robinson Film Center in downtown Shreveport. Attendees are encouraged to bring their passport stamped at these first two locations to the opening reception to get their third stamp. Fully stamped passports will be redeemable for a collectible book.

For more information please visit http://www.marleneyumuseum.org/lucky-sevens-dates or call 318-717-9111.

Contact:

Iris MacLean

Public Relations Manager

Rainforest Art Foundation & Marlene Yu Museum

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

Call to Shreveport Area Artists for Nature Inspired Works

The Rainforest Art Foundation is now accepting rolling submissions from local artists to be featured in various upcoming nature-related exhibitions

SHREVEPORT, La., Oct. 13, 2014 – The Rainforest Art Foundation, located in downtown Shreveport, is currently asking local artists for submissions for their inaugural group artist shows to begin with “The Beauty and Spirit of Nature” at the Grand Opening on Dec. 21, 2014 from 1-4 pm and Preview Party on Dec. 18, 2014 from 5:30-8:30 pm.  
The “Beauty and Spirit of Nature” exhibition will run from Dec. 18 through the end of January and will celebrate local glass artist, Minor Vinck’s, work and nature etching on his 99th birthday on Jan. 22, 2015. Art for this exhibit will feature wildlife such as plants, flowers, animals, and forest or rainforest scenes.
 

Then, following this exhibition will be a “Disappearing of the Rainforest” exhibition, as well as the “Nature Through the Lens” photography exhibition. Art for the “Disappearing…” show may highlight the green movement themes of forest fires, landslides, deforestation, carbon emissions, wildlife endangerment, community displacement, global warming, and glacial melting.
 

Artists residing in North Louisiana and writers internationally are invited to submit work by emailing rainforestartfoundation@gmail.com with a brief bio, a brief statement of their work, a profile or face photo, and a photo of their artwork with caption describing a particular piece's title, year, medium, and dimensions.
 

The Rainforest Art Foundation 501c3 non-profit organization aims to increase appreciation of nature through art and was founded in 2001 by internationally acclaimed artist and pioneer in the environmental green movement in the arts, Marlene Tseng Yu.
For tickets to the Preview Party and details about the Grand Opening please visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org. For more information about the founder, Marlene Yu, please visit www.marlenetsengyu.com.
Contact:

 

Iris MacLean

 

Public Relations Manager

Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum

(318) 840-5213

irisrainforestart@gmail.com

Watch the slideshow below to see the works to be featured in this exhibition.

Artists Featured: Shirlene Alexander, Joe Bluhm, Julie Burgin, Susan Duke, Don Edwards, Ellen Frautschi, Taffie Garsee, Curt Harville, Camille Hirsch and Louis Sicard, Debbie Hollis, Bob Horne, Judy Horne, Jim Hudelson, Lana Johnson, Lynn Laird, Katy Miller Merriman, Henry E. Price, Jeanne-Marie Reed, Rachel Norma Sayad Sangsura, Minor L. Vinck, Adam Volker, Robert Streeter, Jason Phipps, Dave Ivey, Su Stella, Casey Jones, Rosalyn Liu, Robert Trudeau, Eva Hurskin