Tag Archives: “Forum for Equality”


Just found a new home for another painting! This piece is “And Justice for All. Void Where Prohibited.” I recently exhibited it in the Forum for Equality “Fight for Your Rights” exhibit at The Alamo in Lafayette, LA. It’s a large painting- 40 inches tall by 30 inches wide and an acrylic on canvas. I’ve included a couple of detail shots since a lot is lost in a small jpeg of such a big piece. Just click on the images for the full view. There are other paintings from this series that are available, so be sure to check them out on my website. Several series are featured in my gallery, but the direct link to this particular group is www.amyguidry.com/anti-aging.html.

Party Pics

I wanted to share some photos from my night at the Forum for Equality exhibit.  The Lafayette chapter of the Forum for Equality held a group exhibition- “Fight for Your Rights” at The Alamo.  I was honored to be invited to participate for such a great cause.  The exhibit coincided with the Forum’s event to get the public involved in the fight for equal rights and support the LGBT community.  For more information on the Forum for Equality, visit their website at www.ForumforEquality.com.  There was a great turnout for the show, lots of support, and a lot of fun.  I have a few photos posted here but more can be found under the events section of my website at www.AmyGuidry.com.

Fight for Your Rights

"Fight for Your Rights" exhibit at The Alamo I was recently asked to participate in the Forum for Equality’s “Fight for Your Rights” exhibit. The opportunity sort of popped up, as that happens sometimes with exhibits, and luckily I had work available to show. The group exhibition features work by local (Louisiana) artists supporting LGBT equality. In addition to the art, there will be food, wine, and music. And it’s all for a good cause, with 40% of the proceeds going to the Forum for Equality. The Forum For Equality “is a statewide civil rights organization dedicated to the establishment of a society free from discrimination and to the support of good government.”

Where you need to be: The Alamo (downtown Lafayette); When: Friday, June 25; Time: 8-11:30pm. See you there!