The new Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point attraction and satellite convention & visitors bureau office in Sulphur is a place to learn about the nature and traditions of Southwest Louisiana as well as our thriving art community.
The facility showcases paintings, drawings, ceramics and multi-medium pieces from artists throughout Calcasieu Parish including Melinda Antoon Cormier, Candice Alexander, Ellen Anthony, Robbie Austin, Julie Dallas, Ali Hay, Susan Hebert, Elton Louviere, Fred Stark and Sue Zimmerman as well as bird prints from the John James Audubon collection.
“Displaying the works of these talented local artists is, in essence, a continuation of the interpretative nature of Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point. The pieces illustrate the artists' creative perspectives on the culture, people, and ‘dwellers’ of Southwest Louisiana,” said Susan Reed, art consultant for the project and Director of the Imperial Calcasieu Museum.
The facility is located at 2740 Ruth Street, south of the Sulphur/Creole Nature Trail exit 20 on Interstate 10. For more information, go to www.visitlakecharles.org/AdventurePoint or call 337-502-4358.