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Rochon Fine Art Website:


Rochon Fine Art Artwork Archive:

March 2023: Gourmet Art Bread, South Whidbey Record @

2022: ArtFix Daily Wire: 13th “Botanicals” Exhibition Results Announced by Art Gallery. Louie Rochon wins first place.

October 2020: Useless Bay Golf and Country Club. 10 works on display, ongoing exhibit.

January 2019: International Artist Magazine / Finalist (1/19) for “ROAD TRIP.”

November 2018: Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA), One Man Invitational for the month of November. "Remixing Imagination, Daring to Defy the Status Quo: The Paintings of Louie Rochon." AND

January 2018: Artist Mag Finalist Abstract / SW ART Feature (1/2018);

August 2017: Whidbey Open Artist Studio Tour:

June 2017: Whidbey Record; Ryans House/Painting (2017):

December 2016: Whidbey Record: Painting (2016):


March 2014: Whidbey Record: Photog (2014):

March 2014: Virtual Art Gallery, S. Whidbey Record (2013: Photog:

Papier Mache


Papier Mache on The Wild Side:

June 2007: “Artist Humors His Demons” - Whidbey Record; (2007) Papier Mache:

May 2005: Owner/Operator of ‘The Strangest Little Art Gallery in WA,' Ocean Shores, WA.

Walk Across America for Children with AIDS


February 1998: GETTY IMAGES (LA):

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February 1998: Los Angeles Times:

February 1998: “Marching Missionary,” Los Angeles Times:

November 1997: Orlando Sentinel:

August 1997: Backpacker Mag:

February 1997: Daily World, Opelousa, LA:

September 1996: Arizona Republic: 9/14/96:

September 1996:  Kokomo Tribune, Florida:

September 1996: South Florida Sun Sentinel:


May 2022: Donated proceeds from painting for Ukranian Relief Effort, Whidbey Island Orchestra Unisef Fundraiser.  Refugees II, 53” x 92” Acrylic on Canvas.

November 2020: Donated painting and raised funds for local Good Food Bank in Langley, WA during pandemic. Revival No. 19, 24.5” x 24.5” Acrylic on Canvas.

September 2020: Two paintings donated in Gratitude to University of Washington Medical Center in Honor of Nurses. Forgotten Angels, 36” x 48” Acrylic on Canvas, and Angels in Scrubs, 24” x 36” Acrylic on Canvas.

May 2020:  Donated painting and raised funds for, national food bank drive during pandemic. Revival No. 1, 30" x 38" Acrylic on Canvas.

July 2019: Donated painting and raised funds for the Susan B. Komen Walk for Breast Cancer, Seattle, WA. Dawn’s Promise, 36” x 60” Acrylic on Canvas.


August 2019: Susan G Koman 3-Day/60 Mile WALK: 9/19 Whidbey Record:

June 2017: One Day Workshop to Encourage Ryan’s House Youth to Paint from the Soul, Langley, WA.



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