A selection of regular content from New Orleans artists, art writers, and art admirers, covering the local art scene in New Orleans neighborhoods, including the Marigny, the Bywater / St. Claude Arts District, and the French Quarter.
We continue to miss Sharon Litwin's sharp and hilarious view on life, and we are reminded of her unique angle on even the most known stories. In this piece, she looks back at when the Beatles came to New Orleans, and she talks about it the way only she can (and always with a love for New Orleans at the forefront). The Brits and New Orleans together was a merger close to Sharon's heart. Read More »
As we continue to remember and honor our Queen Sharon Litwin, we look at the role she has played in many lives. In this story she wonders: was there one event that led the third-generation owner of K&B, the iconic New Orleans-based drugstore chain, into the world of sculpture? There was. And Sydney J. Besthoff III remembers it well. It all began, he says, when he went shopping for a building to house the company. Read More »
Carnival is a time to put on a mask and let a different side of you take form, and this week we found a local artist, John Flemming, who takes masks to a whole new level. There's a lot of leather involved, just saying. Read More »