BAC’s Gallery Fine Art Center is proud to announce that former gallery exhibitor Ryan McCutcheon now has work hanging in the Louisiana Towers, at 401 Edwards Street in Shreveport, as part of the Community Foundation’s Community Central Gallery. The pieces are from the artist’s popular Flying Furniture series. The series inspired a children’s book, that he will be reading on Saturday, July 27, from 2pm-4pm at 2151 Airline Drive suite 200 in Bossier City. More details to come! Ryan is a multi-faceted artist and considers himself a “Renaissance Man” willing to experiment and master any and all styles and media. JRyanArtist studios' works have been displayed at the Bossier Arts Council, LSUS University Center Gallery, CoHabitat Shreveport, Mental Health Solutions Shreveport Office, and various other small businesses in the Shreveport-Bossier City area and provides graphic design services for a range of well-established Shreveport and Bossier City businesses. Ryan continues to be a pioneer in art production services seeking to provide new and much needed services to the Shreveport-Bossier City area. His goal is to produce works that are truly unique, an artist must abandon social convention and allow the full-scope of his or her creativity to take flight. Rules create limitations and there is no room for limitations regarding creativity and visual expression. I pull from all areas of experience to create a 3-dimensional view of life the way I see it. There is no project too large or small and no medium unworthy of exploration. JRyanArtist prides itself on flexibility and adaptability to produce unique works whether at complete liberty of the artists or to exact specifications of the commissioner.
For more information on JRyanArtist please contact the Bossier Arts Council’s Gallery Fine Art Center at (318)741-9192 or contact the artist himself, http://www.jryanartist.com