House of Chance and Mischief

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Tokesplace.com is delighted to host

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The 2010 recipient of the David C. Driskell Prize by The High Museum of Art Ms. Renee Stout

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The House of Chance and Mischief with highlights from her recent show at Hemphill Fine Arts All art work images are presented through the courtesy of Hemphill Fine Arts*

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The House of Chance and Mischief is based on a recurring dream of Ms Stout. She is walking through a familiar house and suddenly encounters a door that leads to new and mysterious rooms. Using the dream as inspiration for this exhibition, she created a cacophonous party in which the viewer wanders through a private home, glimpsing the challenging lives of characters she has developed throughout her career. She creatively renders images and objects, revealing personal, and often private, narratives. Grounded in a complex blending of cultural heritage, personal mythology, and social responsibility, the artworks are charged with the energy of talismans.

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The Secret Keeper

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PARTY AT THE HOUSE OF CHANCE AND MISCHIEF

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House of Chance

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See Line

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The Times She Saw to Much

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Woman Possessed

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Marie Laveau

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The Good Mother

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Big Man

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The Socialite

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Succubus 1

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Your Sleep of Reason

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Back Room Bitches Brew

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Its Gone Be Alright

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Pretty Wings Set of 4

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Pretty Wings2 White Room

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In My Dream Start Over

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New Orleans

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In The Green Suite

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Hidden Room

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Ms. Stouts many shows, awards and collections in which her works appear are disclosed at Renee Stout.com. Also any web search on her name will disclosed many independent and highly complimentary comments on her artistry.

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Music compositions: First Green and then Blue from the Album Aura by Miles Davis

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