Chuck Broussard, Autumn on the Vermilion (detail), 2007. Oil on canvas. Image courtesy of the artist.

Hallelluvial Soil: Chuck Broussard

The following information about this past Turchin Center exhibition is kept here for archival purposes only. This exhibition is not currently on display. View current and upcoming exhibitions.

Friday, April 2, 2010
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Gallery B

Chuck Broussard is a native Cajun from the heart of South Louisiana. His oil paintings depict the culture and environment in which he was raised. The youngest of eight siblings, Broussard grew up in Scott, in western Lafayette Parish, where he was encouraged to create artwork by both of his parents from a very young age. Broussard dabbled in watercolors and pastels before trying his hand at oils about 10 years ago. He connected with the depth and richness of color, and even the smell and the feel of oil paints, and they quickly became his medium of choice.

Broussard's work is becoming widely and seriously collected, and he is represented by several Louisiana galleries: The Frame Shop and Gallery 912 in Lafayette, Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art in New Orleans and Taylor Clark Gallery in Baton Rouge.

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