About the Artist 

Her many exhibitions include exposure in: Tokyo & Chiba-Japan, New Orleans LA, Coos Bay OR and  Brownsville TX Art Museum(s)-USA and in group exhibits in Shanghai-China, Paris, Cannes-France, London-England, Florence, Venice, Milan, Lake Como-Italy. She has been invited to exhibit in 2021 at the Yukyng  Art Museum, part of Haegeumgand Museum in South Korea. 

Séraphine's works are seen on popular TV shows, Broadway plays and numerous on-line competition exhibitions throughout the US.

Her awards and accolades are both extensive and prestigious. (see Vitae)

A five-decade career includes spending hours with Georgia O’Keefe in her New Mexico studio/home.  (See Plein Air & Landscapes for the painting created outside of Ms O'Keefe's home the day they met). 

Living her early years on the US Gulf Coast and being raised in New Orleans, she was surrounded by her 300 year Cajun French Heritage. One can see how this influenced her early works, which heavily reflects Louisiana's rainy environment.

Séraphine's paintings reflect her world travels, love of the natural world and many her life adventures. 

Since the 1960's, she has reached out to the community through education, environmental activism and empowerment of women and children. Séraphine worked introducing children to the world of colors and teaching at the college and university level.

Séraphine is a juried member into the Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Art Association and American Women Artists.

As of 2021 Séraphine will be a 19 years Breast Cancer survivor and a one year from brain surgery.

Important parts of her philosophy are: 

"What Can Be Conceived Can Be Created..."


"When the Last Tree is Cut Down ..........................The Last River Poisoned, 

The Last Fish Caught ............. Then Only ......... Will Men            


That They Cannot Eat Money” 

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