A Saturday morning bike ride to Rose Nicaud and an afternoon visit to City Park with Eric, Stew and Louie boy, provided me with two amazing examples of females in "public art". Others might call it "graffitti", but both of these examples are breath taking.
While I was catching my shot of this young girl, a gentleman walked by and told me that she was painted by a famous artist who was here right after Katrina. He also pointed out that she has been "plexi-glassed" for protection. Hooray for that!
Then, on the ticket booth for the "The Music Box" in City Park, this woman was painted on one side of the building. So much was swirling there that caught my eye, it wasn't until we were leaving that I actually realized that she is breast-feeding.
Gifts and Treasures Everywhere!