Join us for the first in a series of conversations with Level Artist Collective featuring Horton Humble. Born in New Orleans, Humble is a self-taught American painter and a founding member of Level Artist Collective. His debut show in 2007 entitled “Debris,” was a series of paintings using wood from the Hurricane Katrina wreckage centered on themes of a lost city and water as a powerful force. Through the summer of 2017, he created his first public sculpture, “The Guardian,” in steel and was commissioned by The Helis Foundation for the Poydras Corridor project, Sculpture for New Orleans. Currently, Humble is creating his most ambitious work, large scale canvases in which he is releasing the formality of his detail obsession into a more dynamic and expressive work. This event is free and open to the public.