The Monroe Regional Airport, Northeast Louisiana Arts Council, and the Masur Museum of Art are are holding a public reception to accompany the current exhibition of paintings by Nicole Duet. Duet’s artwork explores the relationship and the inner narratives that unfold between liminal points of observation, perception, and experience. Her more recent work has been influenced by the limitations and rituals of daily life during quarantine. This body of work includes various interiors and landscapes surrounding the artist’s home that once familiar have now offered her new experiences during the pandemic. Her exhibition can be viewed at the Monroe Regional Airport from 7 a.m - 7 p.m. and online at https://masurmuseum.wixsite.com/nicoleduet.
Nicole Duet is an artist originally from New Orleans and currently working as Associate Professor of Drawing and Painting at Louisiana Tech University School of Design. Duet has exhibited work in museums and galleries nationwide including California State University Los Angeles, the Long Beach Museum of Art, and the Dishman Museum of Art in Texas. Her recent publications include Creative Quarterly 55 and Studio Visit Magazine Vol. 35. Duet's work is in the public collections of CSU Long Beach and Los Angeles City College.