La Cour French Bistro and Jazz Club introduces their February artists in residence. When you make a purchase, 5% of all art sales are donated to the charity of choice of the artists. These artists have chosen Denver Urban Gardens.
Rochelle Johnson: To me, art is about gathering data and recording expressed moments that capture the essence of a scene. While I am primarily a figurative artist, I am increasingly interested in the play of abstract geometric forms that begin a painting. I use shape, value, and color to expose the emotion and energy of my subject matter. More
Juliette Hemingway – Art, Autism & Music: Juliette’s work is indicative of a path that has been traveled to wellness and healing. There is not only the theme of music but also the blue people who are ever present in her work. The blue people represent the acknowledgment of Autism as part of her life. Javari, her only child, is autistic and it has had an enormous impact on their lives. So, therefore, it is the same in her art. More
Christine Fontenot: Christine Fontenot is a representational oil painter who explores light and color relationships across the genres of portraiture, figure, floral, and still-life. She endeavors to create works that are both accessible and worthy representations of the honest beauty she finds in her subjects. A native of Colorful Colorado, her artistic gift was discovered and encouraged by her parents at an early age. From private study with local artist Sally Bartalot throughout her childhood to joining the Art Students League in 2004, she has a thirst for artistic knowledge and a lifelong love of art. More
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