Mandeville Louisiana Art
February 21, 2020 - Mandeville, Louisiana, USA ("MANDEVILLE") today announced plans to expand its Family Entertainment Center, including the addition of a new state-of-the-art trampoline and air sports center. New dimensions of active entertainment will be offered by the Wall-to-Wall trampolines for air sports, offering activities for all ages and skill sets. The heart of the family entertainment centre will be a 30-metre-long tramboline, on which guests can jump, play and flip over.
The park will also feature its signature attraction for competitions, the Battle Beam, where guests can compete with each other for the best rights. In addition, there will be a unique experience that will allow drivers to fly through the air at speeds of up to 100 km / h. Group fun is not just for kids - Urban Air is for adults who also love the adrenaline rush it triggers and the birds - from the bird's eye view that it brings. Residents can view the park's various attractions on the Mandeville website, follow the progress of the site and updates and coupon offers on Facebook, and sign up for coupon and offer updates.
One of the best things art can do is empower people to see things differently, "he says. Clark says he and other artists are trying to bring art back into the public space so that everyone can enjoy it. Landscapes and marine landscapes really deal with abstraction and reality and the themes we choose, "he explains.
Art that Clark believes enriches people's lives, no matter what motif is painted or which street she painted.
Clark has been working with Ochsner Health System since 2003 and to this day, to change and shape a life with art - a multisensory approach to healing. During Hurricane Katrina in 2005, she also worked on creating artworks, including installations in Calm Storm and workshops for patients. In recent years, she has worked with the medical community to find ways to promote healing and relieve pain and stress for patients. One of her environmental art projects that has garnered national attention is ArtCars, which emerged from a master's thesis in Tulane.
Clark interrupted the exhibition with her own River Nile, which ran along Lelong Drive, about a half-mile long, from the museum to Bayou, a color donated by Louisiana State University of Louisiana in Lafayette and the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Mississippi.
She traveled to explore how the cultures of the region used art and architecture to create spiritual and aesthetic environments in people's everyday lives.
In 2009 and 2010 Clark worked with architects and designers to write the design for the new Veterans Administration Hospital to be built in New Orleans. She studied art at Tulane University, where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1981. One of the educational experiences that influenced her most was the Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellowship, which she received in 1972 during her senior year at Newcomb. Since then she has been an assistant professor at the University of Louisiana Art Institute in Lafayette and Louisiana State University.
Driven by a focus on active play, we couldn't think of a better place to expand in Mandeville. The Urban Air Adventure Park will be the first of its kind in New Orleans and the surrounding area. This new park is located on the site of the former Newcomb Park at the intersection of Interstate 10 and I-10.
When Barataria Bay was not yet developed, it was still going uphill, and as a child I remember seeing many of the things we are dealing with today, such as parking, car parks, traffic, etc.
Clark's mixed-media images have a strong focus on the natural world, the environment and human experience. This work is achieved by using photographic images in combination with pastel, charcoal, crayons and watercolors to create the impression of a photo - realistic illusion. Clark creates this effect by printing on treated watercolour paper, canvas or linen.
This is the first time Clark has created his monumental painting NOMA: Nile, and it will travel to the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., for a two-week exhibition. The show is set to tour the nation, with artists from around the country travelling to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Washington DC.
Clark's paintings, including NOMA: Nile and his other works in the series are lyrically spoken visual poetry. His paintings of the Mississippi, the Nile and the Great Lakes are a testament to the rich art history of New Orleans and Louisiana.