Rodrigue Studio, New Orleans, LA

Yellow Eyes for Yellow Flowers, 2001, 36×24, acrylic on canvas

Rodrigue’s Swirling Vision: The Sun, Cosmos, and Hurricanes

Through October 27, 2018

George Rodrigue (1944-2013) returned to the swirl often throughout his career. It first appeared in his landscapes and Cajun series paintings as a light in the distance, symbolizing hope and a brighter tomorrow. Later it evolved into Hurricanes and the Cosmos, as the birth of creativity, and as a suspension of reality —a symbol of the mysterious, mystical, and spiritual.

Celebrate the Summer Solstice!
Join Wendy Rodrigue for an exhibition tour, including rarely seen artworks from her private collection.
Rodrigue Studio

Thursday, June 21, 2018
6:00-8:00 pm Free 


Rodrigue Studio, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

Rodrigue Gallery Selections
A special selection of available original works on view through   Summer 2018

George Rodrigue   (1944-2013) brought his Louisiana inspired art to Carmel-by-the-Sea in 1992 when he opened his first location known as Galerie Blue Dog. In 2000, Rodrigue and his wife Wendy made a home in the nearby hills. The quiet refuge enabled the artist to paint hundreds of paintings in his spacious, sun-drenched studio. While his roots remained in Louisiana, Carmel always held a special place in his heart. VIEW CATALOG

West side of Dolores between Ocean and 7th
Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
831.626.4444


Rodrigue Studio, Lafayette, LA

Rodrigue Gallery Selections
A special selection of available original works on view through Summer 2018

George Rodrigue made Lafayette his home for many years, inspiring many of his Cajun works. Now on view at Rodrigue Studio in Lafayette, is a stunning collection of available original paintings spanning 40 years. VIEW CATALOG

Rodrigue Studio
1434 S. College Rd. 
Lafayette, LA 70503
337.233.3274


Bayou Teche Museum, New Iberia, LA

Rodrigue’s Artist Studio
Now Open

In January 2017, the Bayou Teche Museum unveiled a recreation of George Rodrigue’s Carmel, CA  studio space, complete with the artist’s easel and unfinished painting, and the plywood floor, splattered with paint.  Artifacts and memorabilia from his youth, including his Boy Scout days in New Iberia and early student work paintings from his private collection are included in the installation. 

Bayou Teche Museum
131 E. Main Street
New Iberia, LA 70560

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