Loretta Bebeau’s abstract, conceptual artwork has evolved over 30 years. This exhibition features paintings, drawings, and collages spanning from her early work to her current practice. A recurring theme is the importance of “health” across human cultures, as well as her own personal challenge of hearing loss.
Bebeau has had her studio in Northrup King building for 20 years, and has participated with the Arts District during this time. Everyone should see the Hopkins exhibit because it is done historically, as the art grew. Loretta represents local art history, and was active with WARM, and Artists Equity Association.