We’re excited to share with you the thirty-ninth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Elizabeth Kettenring Begue, Deacon John Moore, Boysie Bollinger, Archie Manning, Melissa Sawyer, and Gertrude Gardner. Elizabeth Kettenring Begue, by Queen Hope Parker “I’m very proud to testify the happiest of my days, / Is March 11, ’95, at breakfast at… Read more »
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We’re excited to share with you the thirty-seventh week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Henri Schindler, Steve Gleason, Carol Bebelle, Albert Dent, Mitch Landrieu, and Marc Morial. Henri Schindler, by Alexandra Kilburn “Carnival is such a kaleidoscope of color and detail. Even with the large ducal badges, you can’t see it until you’re right… Read more »
We’re excited to share with you the thirty-sixth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Mary Rowe, Ruth Benerito, Greg Rusovich, Matt Schwartz, Peggy Scott Laborde, and Sean Payton. Mary Rowe, by Maddie Stratton “When all the pundits and all the experts were saying we couldn’t rebuild New Orleans, the people said, ‘Excuse me —… Read more »
“Above all I am inspired by the under appreciated strength of women and expressions of femininity in all its forms; I like to combine that power with botanical illustration to bring us back to the earth.” – Alexandra Kilburn
Vibrant, intimate, endearing.
As a city, New Orleans belongs to the Saints. On Sundays during football season, every shop, grocery store, or restaurant has at least one sign of fandom, whether it be a person in a jersey or a flag on the wall. For local artist Alexandra Kilburn, however, a New Orleans saint is a very different… Read more »