The Music Tree is proud to showcase the work of Randell Henry, Professor of Art at Southern University, at this year’s Fall Art Crawl. Prof. Henry’s mixed media collages use improvisational methods of altering shape, color and pattern. With influences from abstract expressionism, cubism and African and Asian art, Prof. Henry explores dreams through his surrealistic collage images. Stop by and meet Prof. Henry and view his work Friday, Nov. 3 from 6-9 p.m. at the Music Tree, No. 9 on the official Fall Art Crawl map.
Prof. Henry’s mixed media collage paintings showcase his approach to making collages that involve the use of improvisational methods of playing with shape, color and pattern. With influences from abstract expressionism, cubism and African and Asian art, he explores dreams through his surrealistic collage images.
Prof. Henry’s paintings have been on view in galleries and museums from New Orleans to Ghana. Prof. Henry’s work has been exhibited at Southern University Museum of Art, The West Baton Rouge Museum, Dallas Museum of African American Art, The Museum of Arts and Science in Daytona Beach, Florida and The National Museum of Ghana.
Prof. Henry presently serves on the Boards of Baton Rouge Gallery as well as the DeBose Foundation.