New Orleans – Two Featured Art Prints

I did my New Orleans series years ago (before Katrina…yes that long ago) and chose a gothic oil technique for the entire series. This technique focuses on bold brush strokes and earth tone colors creating an old world look. This type of style compliments the “old world” atmosphere of the French Quarters. Whether it’s just people watching, enjoying the architecture of the area or the great food, there is always something to do in the Big Easy. From that series, I am highlighting two of my favorites, New Orleans Cafe and Balcony Cafe. These two seem to always get purchased as pairs as they do compliment each other very well. Thoughts?

I invite you to stop in and browse through the rest of the New Orleans collection. The series is located withinΒ my Street Scenes/People Gallery.

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28 thoughts on “New Orleans – Two Featured Art Prints

  1. lorriebowden

    I agree, Kirt…the photos are perfect together! I saw a show recently about Katrina and I can remember watching the news as that huge storm was heading directly towards New Orleans…
    Anyway, your prints are beautiful and I hope that all is really super in your world. Many blessings to you.

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks Lorrie…back when Katrina hit new Orleans, I was wondering how the French Quarters would fare…survived intact….I associate the French Quarters with just New Orleans, but learned later…not necessarily the case…while vacationing in Matzatlan, Mexico (on the Pacific Coast)…we had a guide take us into their old downtown…identical to what we had seen of the French Quarters in New Orleans…I had no idea the french had established that much presence in Mexico.

      1. reocochran

        I’m always wishing I could spend more time during the week, reading and viewing other’s blogs. Time goes too fast in busy moments, Kirt! πŸ™‚

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