300 for 300 + Portraits from Week Ten

We’re excited to share with you the tenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Jelly Roll Morton, Peter Finney, Joseph M. Bartholomew, Robert Boh, Ida Kholmeyer, and Jay Lapeyre. Jelly Roll Morton, by Jeff Morgan “All we had in a band, as a rule, was bass horn, trombone, trumpet, an alto horn and maybe… Read more »

Artist Spotlight + Inside the Artist Studio of Jeremy Paten

Storyteller, Doodler, Collector. Jeremy Paten aka the ‘Creative Artisan ‘ shares more about his creative process and inspirations in this week’s edition of Inside the Artist Studio.

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week Nine

We’re excited to share with you the ninth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Ernie K-Doe, Dorothy Dix, Ernest Hansen, J. Michael Early, Dr. Norman Francis, and Bill Hines. Emperor of the Universe, by Gabriel Flores “He was a star on the inside, even before people noticed on the outside. He had that drive… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week Eight

We’re excited to share with you the eighth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Paul Tulane, Josephine Louise Newcomb, Toussaint Loverture, Tom Benson, Phyllis Taylor, and Patrick Taylor. Paul Tulane, by D. Lammie Hanson “His integrity in business; his pure and blameless life; his patriotism and fidelity to political principles; his exalted sense… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week Seven

We’re excited to share with you the seventh week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Mr. Okra, John Kennedy Toole, Marie Laveau, Cosimo Matassa, Sister Stanislaus Malone, and Karen DeSalvo . Mr. Okra, by Jeff Morgan “When I was small, I used to hear my daddy and his friends. He did it all up… Read more »

300 for 300 + Portraits from Week Six

We’re excited to share with you the sixth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Tootie Montana, Pete Fountain, Paul Prudhomme, John Minor Wisdom, Dorothy Mae Taylor, and Blaine Kern. Tootie Montana, by Sean Randall “I do it because it’s in my blood. My daddy did it, and before him my great-uncle did it…. Read more »

Artist Spotlight + Inside the Artist Studio of Jeff Morgan

Artist Spotlight + Inside the Artist Studio of Queen Hope Parker

QUEEN HOPE POETIC ART. Queen Hope Parker was born and raised downtown New Orleans. She is a Registered Nurse and Doula. Her grandfather was a visual artist, Father a chef, Grandmother seamstress. It’s no wonder her path lead her to where she is now.