Baton Rouge Gallery is featuring the latest works from artist members Anne Boudreau, Haejung Lee and Matt Morris during its September exhibition.

A free, public First Wednesday opening reception will be held at the gallery, inside BREC’s City Park at 1515 Dalrymple Drive, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 2.

The gallery’s ARTiculate Artist Talk series at 4 p.m. Sept. 6 will offer a look at the inspirations, techniques and thoughts that led to the works featured in the gallery. Morris and Boudreau will be on hand to discuss their work and answer questions. The talk is free and open to the public.

In “Relief,” Boudreau binds and reshapes the gallery space with her large three-dimensional textile installations. An artist member since 1998, she received her bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and her master of fine arts in painting and sculpture from the University of South Carolina. She is an artist and art teacher for the Gifted and Talented Program in Lafayette Parish schools.

Morris’ “Cluttered Myths” is a collection of surreal photographs of found objects that are pleasing to the eye and lighthearted. He has been an artist member since 2009 and serves as artist liaison on the Baton Rouge Gallery Board of Directors. Morris earned his bachelor of fine arts degree at LSU and his master of fine arts at San Diego State University. Morris works as an adjunct professor teaching photography, drawing and art appreciation at LSU and Baton Rouge Community College.

In “Interpersonal Relationships,” Lee uses ceramics to explain her struggle between work responsibilities and family, personal identity and relationships, bridging the gaps she experiences as a Korean adjusting to life in American culture. Lee joined BRG as an artist member in 2011. She earned her bachelor of fine arts degree in ceramics at Kyung Hee University, Suwon, Korea. She went on to earn two master of fine arts degrees in ceramics from Kyung Hee University and LSU.

Normal gallery hours are noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday with no admission charge.

For information, visit batonrougegallery.org.