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Professor Errol Barron, FAIA opens new exhibit, Water Land

October 30, 2017

Tulane University School of Architecture Professor Errol Barron’s latest exhibition, Water Land, examines the impact of climate change on coastlines. The collection of paintings opens Oct. 31 at Boyd Satellite Gallery in New Orleans.

The pieces were completed over two years of Barron’s travels on the eastern and southern coasts, including time spent as artist-in-residence at the Isles of Shoals Marine Laboratory in Appledore Island, Maine. The watercolor paintings incorporate other mediums such as graphite, carbon, ink and wax color.

“Now that the effects of global warming are so well known, what was once revered as a favored place to live is seen as an unpredictable domain and the effect of looking across open water can be calming or threatening,” said Barron. “These paintings suggest a nostalgic look at, or warning of, a vanishing condition.”

Water Land is open from Oct. 31-Nov. 28, with receptions on Nov. 4 from 6-9 p.m. and Nov. 17 from 4-7 p.m.