Artwork by Joli Livaudais will be displayed at an exhibition in the Russell Fine Arts Gallery Jan. 22-Feb. 27.
A reception and gallery talk with Livaudais will be Jan. 22 from 12-1 p.m. in the gallery.
Livaudais received her BA and MS in Experimental Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington before establishing herself as a freelance commercial photographer in Dallas. She received her MFA from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston in 2013, and is currently an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Her fine art photography explores both historical photographic processes and contemporary alternative methods, including gum bichromate printing, photo sculpture and installation, and incorporates her interest in both psychology and spirituality.
Livaudais’s artwork has been featured in both solo and group shows nationwide, and she was featured as a historical process gum bichromate artist in Christina Anderson’s text on the process, Gum Printing: A Step-By-Step Manual, Highlighting Artists and Their Creative Practice, published in 2016.