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Bonnie Chapa Art Accepted into the LSU Animals in Art International Exhibition

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My photograph, “Surface Tension” was chosen for the Twenty-Sixth International Exhibition on Animals in Art being held LSU.  Artists from Canada, Israel and 38 different states submitted a total of 381 works.  75 pieces were chosen.  “Surface Tension” I am happy to say, is one of the chosen few!!!!  The scary thrill of standing there about 6 feet away from this beast with nothing between he and I, sweat in my eyes and shaking terribly, paid off!  It’s a photo opportunity I will never forget.

Animals in Art International Exhibition

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Animals in Art International Exhibition
Veterinary Medicine Library, School of Veterinary Medicine
March 19–April 18, 2016
Opening reception and awards presentation: March 19, 2016

Animals in Art International Exhibition is a longstanding international art exhibit in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine celebrating animals and their wonder. The exhibition focuses on traditional media featuring images of all types of animals.

Jonathan Mayers is juror and judge of the 2016 exhibition. Mayers is a Louisiana artist and Baton Rouge native who received a BFA in Studio Art from LSU and an MFA from the University of New Orleans. He is a founding member of TEN Gallery + Collective in New Orleans and has exhibited works in Propect.3+, Surreal Salon, and Notes from the Artistic Underground. His work is included in the LSU Student Union Art Gallery Permanent Collection and the art collection of Universite Sainte-Anne in Church Point, Nova Scotia.

Read more at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine website.


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