Over the past three years we’ve scouted New Orleans to bring you a few must-see murals in the Marigny, Bywater and Treme neighborhoods. In that time, the amount of street art in New Orleans has more than doubled and the scene is exploding at the seams. In our original blog posts, while scouting art, we wondered what the difference was between… Read more »
In the Community
ambiguous + contemporary + ethereal These are the three words Vincente Weber chose when asked to describe his work. Keep reading to learn more about Vincente, his process, and inspirations! “Serentine” by Vincente Weber “I deem myself more an artist than that of a traditional photographer and have always been interested in alternative image making… Read more »
Describe yourself in one word. “Resilient.”
“My artwork reflects New Orleans’ rich heritage of African and Caribbean cultures.” – Kevin Elder
True. Vibrant. Perceptive.
“The front porch to me, is synonymous with connection. And really… is there anything more crucial for mankind than openness and connection?” – Danielle Shubert
Some artists have rituals or rites of passage when it comes to the creative process. For David Joshua Jennings spontaneity IS the creative process.
“What inspires me once in front of blank canvas or panel is the nature of New Orleans, strong women, nature & botanicals. I use all of those elements to tell a story.” – Mary Singleton
John Flemming’s handmade leather masks are the definition of wearable art.
Functional. Upcycled. Conscientious When you step into David Bergeron’s studio you might hear Afro-Cuban or Zydeco music playing as he sits down at his work table. The preference of music varies just as much as the unique materials he uses. Influenced by southern folk, outsider and tramp art styles, and seeing a ready supply of… Read more »