When viewing Aimée Farnet Siegel's work, it's not surprising her career started as a graphic designer. Aimée's strong grid-like compositions often include typography and photography mimicking ads she designed in the 80's. In fact, Aimée's process, tools and the language of her work are similar to that of her graphic design days. Whereas Aimée once constructed page design, she is now deconstructing and reassembling it. Where she once sought order and clear understanding, Aimée now seeks mystery and personal interpretation.
Aimée shows in New Orleans at Barristers Gallery. By invitation she was in several group shows including "Fivefecta" at Degas Gallery, 2017; "La Femme" curated by Don Marshall, 2016; Louisiana Contemporary at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, as well as group shows at Rhino Contemporary and the George's Gallery, Metairie Park Country Day School. Aimée's inclusion in the January group show at Blue Spiral Gallery is her first in North Carolina. Aimée received her BFA from Louisiana State University and is an instructor at The New Orleans Academy of Fine Art.