Beauty and the Beasts in the New Realm: Amy Guidry at Lafayette’s Ballet Academie

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Amy Guidry

“Adaptation”

acrylic on cnavas

36″ x 48″

Amy Guidry

“Beginning”

acrylic on canvas

40″ x 30″

Amy Guidry

“Complete”

acrylic on canvas

30″ x 40″

Amy Guidry

“Freedom”

acrylic on canvas

48″ x 24″

Amy Guidry

“Renewal”

acrylic on canvas

48″ x 24″

Amy Guidry

“Tranquility”

acrylic on canvas

30″ x 40″

Amy Guidry

“Was It a Dream?”

acrylic on canvas

40″ x 30″

by Reggie Michael Rodrigue

Dorothea Tanning, the grande dame of American Surrealism, passed from this plain of existence into what I can only imagine to be the ether, the world of dream, earlier this year on January 31, 2012 in New York City. Tanning’s artistic output is vast- it straddled much of the 20th century. Considering that she died at 101, it was only natural for her work to mutate and take on many forms and styles, including abstraction, as she evolved…

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