Adam K. Hall Muses Mardi Gras House Print
Mardi Gras in 2021 has been blossoming with creativity even though parades have been cancelled. House floats have been popping up all over the city of New Orleans and local Artists are pushing their artistic talents to their fullest potententials. Local Artist Adam K. Hall is commemorating the year with paintings of some of the unique house floats and Mardi Gras decor he has seen around town.
Now you, too, can commemorate this unique Mardi Gras celebration with one of Hall’s prints called “Muses Mardi Gras House” depicting the beloved “Muses” House on St. Charles Ave.
Limited Edition, signed and numbered prints in white museum quality mattes. Each print will fit a standard 11 x 14″ frame.
About the Artist:
Adam K. Hall grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina, but now calls New Orleans home. His identification with, and affection for, New Orleans grew during his studies at art schools around the country. Adam’s early work (2005-2010) expressed his reaction to Hurricane Katrina through black-and-white, burnt-paper three-dimensional collages that explored themes of loss and upheaval. His return to New Orleans in 2008 and subsequent marriage and fatherhood brightened his outlook and palette. During a visit to Paris in 2009, Adam studied the Impressionist painters, was convinced to switch to oils, and discovered that color is a great way to voice the renewal and vitality he felt upon returning to New Orleans after Katrina. All paintings are inspired by the vibrancy and distinctive character of America’s most interesting city. They have a well-defined contrast between light and dark and feature saturated, intense color from across the color spectrum.