The St. Tammany Art Association presents I Should Have Named Her Virga: Drawings by Inga Clough Falterman, the Art House's featured exhibition to open April 8 during Spring for Art, Covington's annual spring celebration of the visual, performing and culinary arts, also presented by the Association.
The opening reception is 6-9 pm during the festival, and is free and open to the public. In addition, a Gallery Talk will be held April 23rd at 2pm, as well as a free concert with The Ben Redwine Trio featuring Don Vappie on April 20 at 6:30pm.
Regular gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 10am-4pm and Saturdays 11am-4pm.
I Should Have Named Her Virga is a one-woman show based upon an ephemeral meteorological event. Rain falls from a very high altitude but never quite reaches the ground. Artist and drawing instructor, Inga Clough Falterman, will exhibit large-scale representational and metaphorical landscape drawings, nearly five feet in dimension, in charcoal with some pieces including sewn elements, as well as some smaller pieces. Sculptural pieces include quilted drawings. For more about the artist, visit Inga Clough Falterman's website.
SHOWN: Precarious living, or, certain peril by Inga Clough Falterman
Spring for Art is held during the 5-day foodie event, A Taste of Covington Food & Wine Experience, April 5-9, 2017 at participating restaurants in and around downtown Covington. For details on these events, see our event calendar.