Artist Julien Havard, the former dresser of two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, exhibits his artwork alongside some of Foster's visual art pieces at the Hyannis Harbor Arts Center in Massachusetts Aug. 14-28. He explains some of his work for Playbill.com readers.
Havard is artist-in-residence at the Hyannis Harbor Arts Center on Cape Cod. Read about his and Foster's exhibit. We asked Havard to share a couple of his colorful pieces, and tell us a little about them. The captions on the gallery below are his.
"They are all done with Pantone inks on paper — the 'Shug Avery' is a print," Havard told Playbill.com. "They are all 11-by-14-inches. I love working with the inks because not only are the colors so varied and vibrant but they are easy to control. I often have so many details hidden inside the images It needs to be precise. Other than ink I love painting large murals with acrylic. I'm also known for hand painted furniture and clothes in which I use permanent fabric paints."
Here's a look at a few of Havard's pieces in the show:
Sutton Foster and Julien Havard Exhibit Their Visual Art on Cape Cod