Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 12 - Red, White & Blue

Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 12 -Hanging Out in the Courtyard

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 -  Clearing the Way

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 -  Hanging Out in the Garden

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - And the Knee Bone's Connected to the Brain Bone

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - New Arrival

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - Still Cleaning Up

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - Weeping Angel

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - Knee Pads

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - Cobalt Garden

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - Ancestral Thank You

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 16 - Mating Season of the Dragonfly

 

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - Dirty Laundry

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - If Facemasks Are Not Required

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - Forbidden Fruit

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - Miss Otis

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - All Sales Final

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - Wisteria Courtyard

Patrick Waldemar - 14 x 20 - Nasturtium and Friends

 

Patrick Waldemar - 20 x 26 - The Secret Garden

Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 16 - My Courtyard

Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 16 - In the Corner

Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 16 - Take Them Home

Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 12 - Resting Dragonfly - SOLD

Patrick Waldemar - 12 x 16 - At the Andinkra Ironworks - SOLD

Patrick Waldemar - 20 x 26 - Amelia - SOLD

 

The gallery is currently availble by appointment only.

Please call 504-568-9050 to schedule.

*Mask required to visit the gallery.Thank you for understanding

PATRICK WALDEMAR

“Courtyards of New Orleans"

Opening: Saturday August 1, 2020

Exhibition August 1 - September 28, 2020

Watercolor’s that speak to the complexity of race in America, specifically the South and the often untold and painful stories behind the most beautiful facades.

 

About the Artist:

WALDEMAR, a graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago is one of the Caribbean’s leading watercolorists. This series of courtyards and hidden gardens, his first solo exhibition at SJG, began a year ago and was near completion when a group of events changed the trajectory of his art. While in the COVID19 lockdown, the police killing of George Floyd started world-wide protests calling attention to police violence and racism in America.

WALDEMAR began exploring the complexity of race in America – specifically the South and the sometimes hidden stories beneath the elegance and beautiful facades. These works highlight many Southern traditions and also the pain that often lies beneath - KKK, lynching, BLACK LIVES MATTER and much more. WALDEMAR’S courtyards are lush and rich with racial tension.

WALDEMAR divides his time between New Orleans and Kingston, Jamaica. His work has been exhibited throughout Jamaica and the United States. He has been published in the American Artist Magazine and International Artist Magazine. His work is in private collections in the U.S.A., United Kingdom, Canada and Jamaica.

CONTACT:
stellajonesgallery@gmail.com | 504-568-9050

Actress C.C.H Pounder Chats with Artist Patrick Waldemar

About His New Exhibit, Courtyards of New Orleans

Watch the Interview Here