Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012
The walls of Darnall, Sikes, Gardes & Frederick’s offices are filled with nautical scenes and dreamy landscapes for the Winter 2012 Art for All Seasons Exhibit. Local artists Candace Greer and Kelli Kaufman mingled with guests as they sipped wine while perusing the decked-out walls. The artwork is on public display for the next three months on the third floor of IberiaBank Tower at the corner of Camellia Boulevard and Kaliste Saloom Road.
(1) Helen and Amy Lormand (2) Kelli Kaufman, Adam Curry, Craig Babineaux, Gene Darnall, III, Candace Greer, David Strother, Kathy Karnall and Stephanie Higginbotham (3) Kelli Kaufman, Steve Gardes and Candace Greer (4) Andre Frugé and Robert Francez
Vermilionville was the setting for photographer Kerry Griechen’s exhibit “As I Was Strolling Along” at La Cuisine de Maman restaurant. The main dining area featured a local Acadiana theme with stunning photos of landscapes, wildlife, watercraft, architecture and Vermilionville scenes. The Bayou Vermilion District partnered with the Lafayette Art Association to provide local artworks that will be available for viewing and purchase each week, Tuesday – Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(5) Bob Owens, Darlene Marr, John Bienvenu, Gail Wolf, Kerry Griechen, Phyllis Malzyk and David Cheramie (6) Ellen Griechen, Keith Stark, Stephani Griechen and Kerry Griechen (7) Dave Ernest, Donna Moliere and Kerry Griechen (8) Dody and Phil Schneider and Kerry Griechen
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