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The artwork shown on the cover and in this issue is by Adrian Deckbar, courtesy of the Hanson Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Paris Is a Woman. Pastel and gouache, 44" x 30".
Streetcar Talk. Oil, 40" x 36".
Intimacies #3. Serigraph, 39" x 27".
Mirror Image. Pastel, 20" x 27".
Cool Light. Pastel, 29" x 43".
Café Interior. Pastel over giclée, 27" x 40".
Sun Window. Giclée, 26" x 41".
Inner Reflection. Oil, 28" x 42".
About the artist:
Growing up in New Orleans, Adrian Deckbar demonstrated exceptional artistic talent and pursued her interest with degrees in painting and drawing from Tulane University, San Francisco State, and the University of Southwestern Louisiana. More of her art can be seen at the Hanson Gallery in New Orleans, Louisiana (504) 524-8211.