Chauvin Art Studio to Feature Pottery Based on Louisiana Wildlife

The Chauvin Sculpture Garden Art Studio will open the fall semester with a Nicholls grad who has been featured in festivals throughout the South.



Elizabeth Faucheux (BA ‘02) will showcase ceramics based on south Louisiana’s wildlife, both native and invasive.

The exhibit opens on Sunday, July 19 during the Blessing of the Fleet along Bayou Petit Caillou. It will run until Sept. 13.

The Art Studio is free and open to the public from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. The Chauvin Sculpture Garden is open during daylight hours all week.

Faucheux is a teacher at the Patrick F. Taylor Math and Science Academy in Avondale. She received her MFA in ceramics from Florida State University. Her work has been featured in festivals including the Red Stick Arts Market in Baton Rouge, The Peter Anderson Art Festival in Ocean Springs, Miss., and the Festival Internationale in Lafayette.



For more information contact the Department of Art at art.exhibits@nicholls.edu or 448-4597.