"Antebellum" | 19 x 29" (30 x 40 Framed) | Watercolour
The Garden district in New Orleans is a darkly beautiful and mysterious place, wearing its rich and complicated history like an ornate and tattered gown. The giant roots of the live oaks heave the sidewalks beside the Antebellum mansions, as miles of cast iron fencing create hypnotic patterns. The humid air is like silk on the skin, and is almost visible in the early evening light.
This painting has been juried into the CSPWC's 88th Annual Open Water Exhibition to be held at the Leighton Arts Center, Calgary, Sept. 7 to Oct.20. Not to fret though, the painting will be back in time for the 20th Annual Exhibition in Edmonton!