Artists

Joli Livaudais
The Mother, Exhumed, 2014 42” x 16” x 12” epoxy resin and inkjet photographic prints on kozo paper
The Womb, 2014 aluminum, resin, and inkjet photographic prints on kozo paper 33” x 31.5”
Observing Jonathan (1), 2014 plexi-glass, resin, photographic prints on film, electrical wiring with lighting 24” x 24” x 7”
All That I Love, 2012 - PRESENT aluminum, resin, and inkjet photographic prints on kozo paper
All That I Love (detail)
Animus, 2013 aluminum, resin, inkjet photographic print on kozo paper, 96” x 48”
Animus (detail)
Anima, 2013 aluminum, resin, inkjet photographic print on kozo paper, 96” x 48”
Anima (detail)
Tarot XII, 2014 gum bichromate prints mounted on brass 36” x 36”
Question of Ascent, 2013 plexi-glass, resin, photographic prints on film, electrical wiring with lighting 66” x 18” x 12”
Question of Ascent (detail)
Bee and Vessel, 2014 gum bichromate print mounted on brass 12” x 12”
Apple, 2014 gum bichromate print mounted on brass 12” x 12”

Artist Info

Joli Livaudais served a four-year tour in the U.S. Army and received her BA and MS in Experimental Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington before establishing herself as a freelance commercial photographer in Dallas, Texas. Family ties brought her to Monroe, Louisiana, where she opened Livaudais Studio, a photography studio and fine art gallery. Livaudais also cofounded and is currently serving a second term as secretary of the Downtown Arts Alliance, a not-for-profit collection of artists and galleries that host the bimonthly Monroe Downtown Gallery Crawl. Livaudais is an MFA candidate at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. Her fine art incorporates her interest in psychology and explores the relationships between people and the constructs we use to interpret the world around us, and has been exhibited in juried and group shows nationwide.