Come by Dusty Reed’s “The Cajun Picasso Studio & Art Gallery”… come by; Look, Appreciate, and Touch original works of art by Dusty Reed. It’s Louisiana History You Can Touch! 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 ...
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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!
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An online review by The Wanderers on The Cajun Picasso Studio & Art Gallery; here’s a small excerpt from the actual review:
Being around creative people, I feel like one who thinks “inside the box.”
Architects can visualize a completed structure, composers can hear a completed composition, and artists and sculptors can see their completed works long before their projects are actually finished.
And then there are those individuals who can see other uses in everyday objects—and even junk—and create articles and images by combining a variety of these “found objects” (see the two photos below). To me this skill requires even more of the artist because the artist must use the materials—with their fixed shapes, textures, and dimensions—presented to him/her.