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Take-Me-Back-To-TexasRodrigue Family To Open Exhibit in Houston

EXHIBITION OF ORIGINAL PAINTINGS SPANS 45 YEARS “Rodrigue: Houston” features George Rodrigue’s Landscapes, Cajuns, and Blue Dogs. Located in West Ave. at River Oaks HOUSTON — From April 25th to July 5th 2015, the family of Louisiana artist George Rodrigue (1944-2013) brings Rodrigue’s art to Houston with a special exhibition in West Ave. at River Oaks […]

aiolidinnersupperclubThe Aioli Dinner Supper Club

We are pleased to announce that on March 14, 2015, the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts will be hosting the first in a series of historically-inspired dinners that will pay homage to George Rodrigue’s iconic “Aioli Dinner” painting and raise funds for our Louisiana A+ Schools program. The beautiful grounds of Shadows on the […]

aliceyoureinwonderlandNew Exhibit Opening January 14 in New Iberia, LA

Works of the world-famous artist George Rodrigue are coming to New Iberia’s Bayou Teche Museum in an exhibit titled, “Rodrigue Comes Home: Under Iberia’s Live Oaks with George Rodrigue and his Blue Dog,” in partnership with the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts, IberiaBank and the Community Foundation of Acadiana. “The way this exhibit is unlike […]

Wendy and MeTheft at New Orleans Rodrigue Studio

On Tuesday, January 6, at 3:00 p.m. a white male with a beard approximately 30 years old entered Rodrigue Studio at 730 Royal Street in New Orleans and stole “Wendy and Me” 24×26 inches. “Wendy and Me” (pictured) has been recovered and is hanging again in Rodrigue Studio. NOLA.com features a video summary of the theft and […]

Mardi Gras 2015 Released

GEORGE RODRIGUE STUDIOS RELEASES NEW MARDI GRAS PRINT ON TWELFTH NIGHT Mardi Gras 2015 designed by George Rodrigue celebrates Carnival with the iconic Blue Dog  This edition is now SOLD OUT. Please join our mailing list to learn of new editions. NEW ORLEANS – On January 5, 2015 the Estate of George Rodrigue will release […]

10632775_10152965013936719_4901005949968001348_nRodrigue Foundation donates 15 Steinway pianos to LSU School of Music

Thank you to everyone that purchased the now sold out “Take Five” print. Your purchase made it possible to donate 15 Steinway pianos to the LSU School of Music. On Monday, December 1, Jacques Rodrigue presented the LSU School of Music with 15 upright Steinway pianos, a move that kicks off the School of Music’s five-year plan to […]

Darrell-Bourque---LWA-2014-photoGeorge Rodrigue Remembered at Louisiana Book Festival

  Louisiana poet Darrell Bourque is the recipient of the 2014 Louisiana Writer Award given annually to recognize outstanding contributions to Louisiana’s literary and intellectual life exemplified by a writer’s body of work.   This year’s Louisiana Book Festival was dedicated to the memory of George Rodrigue. Darrell Bourque honors Rodrigue in his speech delivered […]

Choo-Choo-Ch'Boogie-2014-Estate-Ed-of-275-24x36Rodrigue Studios Releases New Print

“Choo Choo Ch’Boogie” was one of Rodrigue’s final Blue Dog paintings On Monday, November 3rd, 2014 the Estate of George Rodrigue released “Choo Choo Ch’Boogie,” the fourth print to be released by the artist’s studio since his passing on December 14, 2013. Printed in Paris, France, this estate stamped edition of 275 is a hand-pulled […]

Family-Day-FlyerGRFA Visits Carmel, CA October 24-27

The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts will be in Carmel this October, providing exciting arts education opportunities for local students and community members. Schedule of Events Friday, October 24, 2014 GRFA will be visiting Mary Chapa Literacy and Technology Academy for a morning of creativity.  Located in Greenfield, Mary Chapa is part of the […]

New Estate Stamped Print Unveiling Sept. 4

(UPDATE) Take Five is SOLD OUT. Thank you everyone for your purchases. Learn more about the donation of 15 Steinway pianos thanks to the sale of these prints here. The Estate of George Rodrigue Releases Posthumous “Blue Dog” Print to Benefit the Louisiana State University School of Music and the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts […]

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