When you live in New Orleans, holidays that involve costumes come along often, and when they do... all normalcy goes on hold. This being Halloween weekend in New Orleans, I am saving the remainder of the "Slow Tour" until next week.
We had the closing reception at the gallery last night where I really enjoyed talking with a group of YaYa students about my career as a fine artist, from growing up in Metairie, to college at Louisiana Tech, to having my first solo show in New Orleans at 28 years old. They had so many good questions! We talked about diligence, precedent, Bill Traylor's horse, student loans, big ships and bold delusion. I look forward to doing that again sometime.
The gallery is open today and tomorrow from 11am-5pm, which are the last two days my show will be up. If you having any questions regarding a visit to the gallery, you can text me: 504-669-8667.
I'll be finishing my unicorn costume. ;)
See you here on the blog next week for Part 3. Or I'll see you out there on the street this weekend!