Iconic New Orleans scene of a city bus stop on the corner of Canal and Rampart where the historic State Theatre (Loew's) building sits. The theatre was built in 1926 and was a popular venue for many years. It was flooded during hurricane Katrina in 2005 and was closed in 2007. This visually stunning painting captures the essence of everyday life in New Orleans. The Bus Stop is a perfect representation of this, depicting the hustle and bustle of people going about their daily lives. The stylized clouds bring a whimsical element to the total composition. This painting is perfect for art enthusiasts, collectors or anyone who appreciates the beauty of urban landscapes.
"The Bus Stop"
Limited Edition Giclee Print on Paper (Limited to 50 paper prints) - Rolled - Moab Entrada Rag Natural 100% Cotton Archival Fine Art Paper - Acid and Lignin Free - Pigmented Ink - Stunning Clarity and Color Accuracy - Epson Stylus Pro Printer - Signed Certificate of Authenticity Included
36"W x 36"H - (Same size as original painting) - Includes a 2" white border for a total paper size of 40"W x 40"H
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Since arriving in New Orleans, I have worked to capture and intrigue the local art community with my eclectic work. I gather much of my inspiration from the colorful characters that I see everyday in my local environment. The city of New Orleans inspires me and has provided the backdrop for much of my work. This unique city is like no other place in the USA with its cultural diversity, history, architecture, music, and iconic festivals.
My "funky" style of art is unsophisticated and crude, providing a sense of freedom from ordinary life. My style emphasizes bold colors as well as a fun and vibrant vibe in which I try to find humor in the subjects that often have a serious undertone. Being able to laugh, even at ourselves, eases life's burdens. My art represents my appreciation for all people and their unique characteristics and contributions to society, making the world an interesting place to live.
I took classes at The Blue Easel Club in New Orleans, and the New Orleans Academy of Fine Art. I also studied under mural artist Pedro Vidal in Villahermosa, Mexico. I currently live in the Bywater neighborhood in New Orleans, LA.NEW ORLEANS
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