A portrait of Big Freedia commissioned by Nola Media Group, producers of NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune as part of its tricentennial project, 300 for 300: People who make New Orleans, New Orleans. | Read Full Story |
I have been drawing and painting since an early age. I graduated from Delgado in 2001. I sold art in Pirate's Alley in 2003, and have been exhibiting in art shows around the city for almost two decades, most recently co-curating the 'Top Mob: A History of New Orleans Graffiti' exhibit at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. My art ranges from graphic design to large scale indoor/outdoor murals, as well as acrylic and mixed media on canvas. I am also proficient with charcoal figure drawings and illustration. Since 2007, I have owned a commercial screen printing and embroidery business in New Orleans. In 2016 I started New Orleans Paint + Design to cater to the growing demand for public and private mural commissions and art installation. I am currently working on the 300 for 300 portrait series for Where Y'art and NOLA.com.RIVERBEND
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