Her 3D multimedia sculptures combine clay, wood, metal, wire, and found objects to create works that often deal with dark subjects and religious themes.
He works in multimedia, creating edgy yet restrained, story-based pieces with vintage photographs, frames, and found objects like old toys.
Juliette Hare O'Connor
She draws on her New Orleans heritage to create moody, nostalgic assemblage work that includes shrines and eerie fetish pieces.
He works in a variety of media and has garnered acclaim for some of his dreamy, acrylic-on-canvas New Orleans scenes.
His colorful modernist images often allude to Matisse and other artists famous for collage. He focuses on spaces, objects, and icons, and has also designed fine-art books for more than 50 years.
Inspired by South Louisiana and the creatures that inhabit it, she paints beautiful local landscapes as well as creates one-of-a-kind dolls from little bits of fabric, felt, netting and rick-rack.
He'll be playing some original blues tunes! If you're a blues lover and you haven't heard Rick Tobey, you might just discover a new favorite musician on White Linen Night.