When:
July 12, 2024 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
2024-07-12T17:00:00-05:00
2024-07-12T20:00:00-05:00
Where:
Artspace
710 Texas St.
Shreveport
LA

Artspace Shreveport and SRAC are excited to announce a highly anticipated new restaurant opening next door to artspace in downtown Shreveport. This new eatery will be announced Friday, July 12 at the opening of two remarkable exhibitions at artspace: The Process Show @ artspace and My Louisiana Kodachromes : Caroline Youngblood at artspace.

Artspace is thrilled to announce “The Process,” running from July 12 to October 5th, featuring the remarkable works of Emily Ezell, Yuina Todman, Ibrahim Fashho, and Academy Award-winning artist William Joyce. This unique exhibition offers a behind-the-scenes look at the steps and methods artists use to create their masterpieces.
About “The Process”
“The Process” showcases the creative journeys of each artist, revealing the initial sparks of inspiration and the developmental phases leading to their final artwork. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore sketchbooks, sticky notes, rough sketches, concept drawings, and storyboards, providing a comprehensive insight into the artistic process.
Featured Artists
Yuina Todman: An abstract artist who uses paint, sand, and charcoal to create evocative works that engage in a dialogue between the visible and the invisible. Through subtle illumination, narratives of hope and despair, existence, and emptiness emerge.
Emily Ezell: Describes herself as a ‘pop-swamp surrealist’ creating work focused on the modern female form. She is the Assistant Professor of Painting at Grambling State University. Ezell received her BFA in Studio Art from Louisiana Tech University and her MFA in Painting from the New York Academy of Art.
Ibrahim Fashho: A sequential artist and graduate of SCAD, known for his intricate pen and ink line-work that brings fantastical figures to life.
William Joyce, renowned for his work in both literature and film, will exhibit concept work from his unreleased book “Rocket Puppies”, offering a rare glimpse into his award-winning creative mind.