Award winning artist Robert Fogel announced today that his abstract sculptures “Box Canyon” and “Mother Lode” were chosen for an art exhibition at the Meadows Museum in Shreveport.
He is known for his evocative metal sculptures.
His works were chosen through an art competition which was conducted in late August by the Meadows Museum. The juror for the competition was Jolene Mechanic, Director of the Flood Gallery in Asheville, NC. The dates for this show are September 8 through December 15.
Robert Fogel lives and creates his art in Haughton and is an emerging artist. He began sculpting after retiring from the University of Michigan Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department. Inspiration for his work springs from his experiences doing research in the Great Basin of Utah and Nevada. Regarding this art show Fogel stated “I am very pleased and gratified to be chosen for this show. It is nice to be recognized locally because it is where I live and work.”
The Meadows Museum is located on the campus of Centenary College at 2911 Centenary Boulevard in Shreveport, just off King’s Highway. They are open from 12 to 4:00 PM Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, Thursday from 12 to 5:00 PM and from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday – Tel. 318-869-5169.
Fogel currently has a sculpture entitled “Blocked Chimney” displayed in Forum 35’s Art Melt show at the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge. It was selected as one of 69, from 619 submissions. Art Melt is the largest multi-media, juried art exhibit in the state of Louisiana.
His website can be found at rfogelart.co. He can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.