Category Archives: Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
Since 2016, together with Museum Curator Dana Holland-Beickert of Memphis, Tennessee, Wendy Rodrigue’s Life & Legacy Foundation has produced career-spanning George Rodrigue exhibitions ranging from early landscapes to dynamic late works. See Past Exhibitions.
Through education and community outreach corresponding with each exhibition, the Life & Legacy Foundation utilizes George Rodrigue’s art and history to inspire creativity, imagination, and curiosity in children and adults alike. Wendy Rodrigue’s unique and unplugged presentations go beyond the expected, creating a mesmerizing view of the journey of the Great American Artist, George Rodrigue!
The Compelling Story Behind Stolen Artworks at a Moscow Summit November 2025: Ronald Reagan Museum, Eureka College, Eureka, Illinois In 1988 the National Republican Party (through the Assistant Secretary of Energy, Henson Moore) commissioned George Rodrigue to paint President Ronald Reagan. In May 1988, George Rodrigue presented an exhibition of his works, including President Reagan’sContinue reading “Reagan and Gorbachev: Paintings by George Rodrigue”
October 18, 2022-September 16, 2023: Capitol Park Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana As part of this group exhibition, experience George Rodrigue’s paintings and memorabilia related to the Washington Mardi Gras Ball, including his reign as King of the Mystick Krewe of Louisianians in 1994. Learn more at https://www.louisianastatemuseum.org/exhibitions Also on view, Rodrigue’s portrait and sketch of KingContinue reading “Carnival in the Nation’s Capital: The Washington Mardi Gras Ball”
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