These New Orleans sketches demonstrates Dusti Bongé’s interest in the city. She was born and raised in nearby Biloxi, MS.
Dusti Bongé was inspired by her many visits to Mexico, one of which was a trip she made with her dear friend Betty Parsons.
Another surprise this week from Dusti Bongé: a poem. SeeGreatArt’s partnership with Dusti Bongé Art Foundation continues revealing insights.
As the state’s first artist working exclusively in a Modernist style, Bongé was a groundbreaker for other Mississippi artists to emulate.
This Dusti Bongé contour drawing helps us understand the training and practice artists undertake to sharpen their skills.
A Dusti Bongé hurricane painting is the subject of this week’s artwork in See Great Art’s partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation.
Another Buddhist inspired artwork, a watercolor, this week in our partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation.
This week we revisit one of the most unique landscape elements one could find in Biloxi back in the early 20th century, the enormous piles of oyster shells.
This week the partnership between See Great Art and the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation features a luminous, abstract watercolor painting.
This is a sketch from one of Dusti Bongé’s earliest sketchbooks. Herewith a scene of a favorite subject matter to Dusti for years: the circus.
Another side street of Dusti Bongé’s art production being explored in partnership with her foundation: Dusti Bongé plate design.