Café du Monde, colorful and alive! New Orleans’ favorite beignets and cafe au lait any time of the day or night!
Café du Monde Lights
Please contact artist for additional photos and/or information. 985-502-4774
Crawfish boils bring good times and hold great memories for those of us who live in south Louisiana! The aromas of seasonings mingling with the spiciness of the crawfish in the boiling pot. A great way to spend the afternoon or evening with family and friends!
Brulatour Courtyard is one of the most beautiful courtyards in New Orleans. Located on Royal Street, in the French Quarter, Brulatour Courtyard, built in 1816, will be the future home to a museum on the history of the French Quarter.
Late afternoon on Jackson Square can be a quiet time. Most of the artists have packed up their easels and the daytime tourists are winding down. Soon the Square will be filled with boisterous noises from the night revelers, but now all that is heard is the soft music of the calliope from the riverboat while the afternoon sun slants through the branches.
Rue Royal and St. Peter in the French Quarter with its glorious balconies is one of the most renowned corners in the New Orleans French Quarter. Wrought iron balconies adorn most of the old homes lining this very famous and often walked street corner, Rue Royal and St. Peter.
Acrylic on Stretched Linen Canvas
Professional Gallery Framed – 20″ x 24″
Available at LeJardin/Adorn Art Gallery, 610-612 Royal Street, in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Please contact the gallery for information.
(504) 680-0133, open 7 days a week.
Few cities in the world are so identified by a building as is New Orleans. The city is instantly recognized by our cathedral and its position overlooking Jackson Square. The Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis King of France is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States and the plaza in front of it is full of interesting sounds and sights all day long. One can see musicians playing for dollar bills, mimes. jugglers and fortune tellers hoping to catch your attention, as well as artists selling their creations along the wrought iron fence. All the while, the smells of roasting coffee, hot fried beignets, spicy Cajun and creole cooking mix with the melody of the calliope from the riverboats on the Mississippi River. It’s a wonderful way to spend some time!