A Taste of New Orleans - New Orleans Art
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New Orleans Art
New Orleans & Coastal Louisiana Art created by local New Orleans artist, Dianne Parks.
Each image may be purchased as a print, canvas print, framed print, metal or wood print, placed on a variety of tech or home goods, and more!
Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. .
Court of the Two Sisters III by Dianne Parks
Decatur Evening by Dianne Parks
Jazz'n by Dianne Parks
Pirates Alley - French Quarter Alley by Dianne Parks
Royal at Pere Antoine Alley, New Orleans French Quarter by Dianne Parks
King Rex, a Louisiana Pelican by Dianne Parks
Afternoon on St. Ann by Dianne Parks
The Crawfish Boil by Dianne Parks
Exchange Alley by Dianne Parks
Royal Carriage - New Orleans French Quarter by Dianne Parks
Royal at St Peter by Dianne Parks
Cathedral Plaza - Jackson Square, French Quarter by Dianne Parks
Morning on Royal Street by Dianne Parks
Cafe Girls by Dianne Parks
The Surveyor by Dianne Parks
A Beignet Morning by Dianne Parks
Louisiana Saturday Night by Dianne Parks
Sunday Morning by Dianne Parks
Cafe du Monde Lights by Dianne Parks
Bayou Shrimper by Dianne Parks
Decatur Street by Dianne Parks
Chartres Rain by Dianne Parks
Antoine's by Dianne Parks
The Taffy Man by Dianne Parks
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About Dianne Parks
Dianne Parks was born and raised in New Orleans and received her art education at McCrady School of Fine Art in the French Quarter. She has been painting her hometown for over 40 years and is a member of the Degas Pastel Society, New Orleans Art Association, and St. Tammany Art Association.
"New Orleans is my home and my love! To paint New Orleans is to become embroiled in the warm, sultry air, where music floats from every street corner and life is to be lived! I strive to capture the vibrancy and color that is unique to our area. When you look at my paintings, I would like for you to feel the scene and to hear the music!"
Please view some of my work at LeJardin/Adorn Gallery, 610-12 Royal Street, in the French Quarter, right across from Court of Two Sisters. The gallery is open 7 days a week and can be reached at 504-680-0133.
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