Boomtown Casino and Eagle Distributing partners with Bossier Arts Council for WAM (Wine Art Music). This quarterly event features wine tasting, food pairings, and music.
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
from 5:30 pm – 8 pm
Boomtown Casino and Eagle Distributing partner with the Bossier Arts Council for WAM: (Wine, Art, & Music) on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 from 5:30pm – 8pm. This quarterly event features artwork by Jono Goodman, wine tastings, food pairings and live music performed by Twang Darkly. Sample food and wine pairings until 7:30pm and then take advantage of their cash bar open until 8!
Artworks by Jono Goodman will hang at 1800 Prime from November 2nd, 2017 until January 31st, 2018.
was born in Shreveport, LA and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts (2005) from Louisiana State University. Thereafter, he was granted a Professional Printers Certificate (2006) from the Tamarind Institute of Lithography and went on to earn his Master of Fine Arts (2010) from the San Francisco Art Institute. Goodman’s use of layer and color arrangement, technique explorations, and constant reformatting of his work allows him to stay engaged in a project while assisting in creating an image that is completely satisfying. These essentials, along with other conventional elements are the leading vehicle for translating his inner vision and relating it to the viewer.
While his abstract imagery has become synonymous with the medium of printmaking (as well as collage), Jonathan’s work stems from extensive exploration of various etching and lithographic techniques. Lithography has become a favored medium for Goodman, who has collaborated with an assortment of artists spanning across the United States. As Jonathan Goodman’s creative endeavors begin to hit full stride, his interest in printmaking shows no sign of subsiding as he continually returns to the process that allows him to “keep on going.”
“Untitled” by Jono Goodman
When defining his work, Jono states, “For every end there is a beginning. Through collage, lithography and etching, and other various printmaking methods, I strive to create a composition that represents the rebirth I find in the wake of deterioration and decay. Whether it’s destruction from water intrusion or devastation and displacement of city blocks, nature’s disasters create fascinating visual compositions that seemingly cannot be reproduced by humans. I find there is a poetic beauty in the monumental scale of wreckage created by these phenomena. On one hand, large-scale devastation caused by the elements of nature seem to create unanticipated, abrupt compositions; while on the other hand, there exists damage and ruin that can only form over a specific amount of time. Engaging in this imaginative exploration of corrosion allows me to not only harvest inspiration to reshape my art but also allows me the opportunity visually create an example of rebirth for viewers to explore for themselves.”
“Untitled” by Jono Goodman
Food and wine pairings are a collaboration by Chef Monday and the award-winning culinary team at 1800 Prime Steakhouse and by Eagle Distributing. The event is $25 per person and you pay at the door the night of the event.
For more information about Jono Goodman, how to become a BAC sponsor, or other Bossier Arts Council events, please call 318-741-8310. Follow us on Social Media: @bossierarts
The dates for the upcoming WAM events are as follows:
- Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 at 5:30pm (Shreveport Art Club)
- Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 at 5:30pm (“Two Peas in a Pod”)
- Wednesday, August 8th, 2018 at 5:30pm (Sarah Joy Lewis)
- Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 at 5:30pm (Ginger Elliott Briggs)