Monica Hebert to display works at Stellar Beans

<p class="indent">“I Came Home,” a solo art exhibit by Lake Charles native Monica Hebert, will be on display at Stellar Beans Coffee House from Sept. 3-30.</p><p class="indent">An opening reception is set for 6-8 p.m. Sept. 13 at the coffee house, 319 Broad St.</p><p class="indent">Hebert was named the Stellar Artist of the Month for September. A self-taught artist, her experience includes working with artists while she lived in New York City, along with time spent in New York’s Student Art League.</p><p class="indent">The pieces featured in her exhibit focus on landscapes and flowers. They were all created after Hebert moved back to Lake Charles eight years ago. Her main influence comes from impressionists, especially Vincent van Gogh.</p><p class="indent">The exhibit features two large masonite wood panels Hebert painted from memory. “Rosalie’s Garden” is a tribute to her late mother, Rosalie Hebert. The other panel is a painting of a sunset that can be seen while crossing the Ellender Bridge in Cameron.</p><p class="indent">Gallery hours are 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday; 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday.</p><p class="indent">For more information, email <span class="text_link link_wrap type_eml" data-link-target="info@stellarbeanscafe.com" data-link-type="EML">info@stellarbeanscafe.com</span> or call 602-8441.</p><hr /><p class="indent">Online: <span class="text_link link_wrap type_url" data-link-type="URL" data-link-target="http://moniroseart.com">moniroseart.com</span></p>””<p><span>This painting by Monica Hebert is among those on exhibit at Stellar Beans.</span></p>Special to the American Press

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