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Louisiana History You Can Touch

An online review by Travel Host on The Cajun Picasso Studio & Art Gallery; here’s a small excerpt from the actual review:

A Gallery like no other Gallery! One visit and you will see. Get back to your Cajun roots or come learn and explore the richly diverse culture of LA. There are 2 floors filled with unique art-from paintings to sculptures. We have an eclectic selection of southern antiques for you to touch and learn their history. There is the Bold LA Folk Art that reminds you of all that is Cajun!

BoothIf you’re exploring the richly diverse culture of Louisiana, yet desire a completely different artistic experience, enjoy a different outlook here. You don’t just stand and look. Are you an antiques-hunter who’s tired of seeing the same old china sets and furniture? On the contrary – you are expected to touch, feel and explore a piece’s utility, learn from its history. Art or antique, you experience this shop on every visit!

Dusty Reed is set to become an artistic powerhouse in the near future. His unique style is entertaining and vibrant. Every piece is blessed with that rich, Louisiana flare, born from the mind of a man known as “The Cajun Picasso.” Just like his namesake, Dusty’s art pushes the boundaries of the norm creating a style all his own.

Unique and captivating artistry has been created by some of the masters in the history of art, such as Monet, Van Gogh, and Picasso. Perhaps a new legend resides in Lafayette, Dustin Dusty Reed also known as The Cajun Picasso.

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Dusty Reed ( a.k.a thecajunpicasso ) Dusty Reed has been called Louisiana’s next George Rodrigue. See for yourself how he reflects the depth and breadth of Cajun culture through paint, sculpture, Foudoo dolls, found art and functional pieces, at The Cajun Picasso Art & Antique Gallery in Lafayette. “My thought process, just like you think before you speak, analyze… so my work is an analysis of my mind. That and the culture of Louisiana is a huge part of what I do.”