To hear Sharon Litwin's interview with Elizabeth Shannon on WWNO-FM, click here. Friends and admirers of New Orleans-based sculptor, photographer and set design artist Elizabeth Shannon have grown used to her decades-long personal fashion statement: black, black and [...]
A selection of regular content from New Orleans artists, art critics, and art admirers. Featuring coverage of the local art scene in all New Orleans neighborhoods, including the Marigny, the Bywater / St. Claude Arts District, and the French Quarter.
Just what might Scarlett O'Hara -- or Bette Davis, as impetuous Southern Belle Julie Marsden in "Jezebel" -- have done with a Clementine Hunter quilt? How's Bayou? columnist Keith Marshall looks for an answer at the Louisiana State Museum.
"People discuss my art and pretend to understand as if it were necessary to understand, when it's simply necessary to love," stated the one and only Claude Monet. And when it comes to Alexis Walter Art, love comes easily. In [...]
My cousin Sandra dragged me to an opening at Longue Vue House and Gardens one Thursday night recently. All the way out to Bamboo Road I asked, "Now who are we going to see?" She said that former [...]
How long can the U.S. Postal Service survive without New Orleans artist Michael Deas, whose one-man exhibition, spanning almost 40 years of relentless artistic activity, has been extended to February 28 at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art? [...]
It pays to read to the end of a story -- for insights, or a choice bit of information. In the last paragraph of her profile of Tom Whitehead, a recent biographer of Cane River "primitive" painter Clementine [...]