I came across artist Sean Friloux’s work like most things through Instagram. His elevated Hopper-esque portraits of New Orleans shook me with their delicate watercolor blur. His work reminds me so much of Edward Hopper in subject matter and perspective, but it’s more than that. As you’ll see below, Sean’s approach is so much more about the feelings and emotions the city imbibes within us all. Life in New Orleans is/can be a blur for some of us here and I think that is reflected so very well in his work.
Painter and creative producer Isla Moon is one of my favorite folks around town. We met on a photoshoot a few years ago, and I’m thrilled to finally be able to feature her and her enigmatic and colorful art. I tend to gravitate towards colorful, simple, and abstract art and Moon’s work checks all of my favorite boxes. Of course art, is hard to fathom when it’s in the form of 1’s and 0’s here on the web, but it’s safe to say that her artwork shimmers and gleams with spirit and impasto. Her work certainly reflects her aura and her approach to life, especially in intensity and texture. Here’s her…
I feel bad about sometimes being so behind on discovering new things around town. The work of Hayley Gaberlavage, is one of those times when I regret not learning about her sooner.
I would like to believe that I'm a fan of art. I can be honest with you all and say that my knowledge of fine art needs a bit of touch up work since I graduated from college.The world of contemporary art has amassed a huge following, and a trend in which I want to grab a firm hold.