Art enthusiasts can get a unique opportunity to see the intriguing work of artist and cartoonist Charles E. "Chuck" Siler now through September 15th.

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Come out and view the solo art exhibition of Charles E. "Chuck" Siler at the Black Heritage Gallery(Central School Arts & Humanities Center), located at 809 Kirby Street, Suite 207 M-F 9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.  Admission is free and open to all art lovers.

Louisiana bred artist and cartoonist Charles E. "Chuck" Siler is known for his creative political cartoons, in which he uses to make comments on various issues.  Siler uses cartoons to comment on political issues from the black perception and his works are featured on a regular basis in The Louisiana Weekly

The renowned Baton Rouge native, also has a variety of themed works from New Orleans' lively and unique jazz scene as well.  Deeply rooted in Louisiana, Siler, like many Louisianians has also had to deal with a hurricane or two.  As a Katrina evacuee, he speaks on New Orleans history across the nation at various universities and cultural events.  

Charles E. "Chuck" Siler's fine creations include fine watercolors, acrylics, pen and ink cartoons and are a treat to see and experience.  So come out and view his art exhibition now on display at the Black Heritage Gallery(Central School Arts & Humanities Center), located at 809 Kirby Street, Suite 207 M-F 9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

To learn more about Charles E. "Chuck" Siler's exhibition call 337-488-0567 or his works click here.