Artist Jeremy Hebert uses spray paint and hand cut stencils to create unique works of on the back of salvaged windows from New Orleans’ houses. He wears a mask, has filthy fingers and is often seen in bib overalls and Keith Haring Vans.
Rev. Varg Vargas
Lance “Varg” Vargas is the son of a sailor and a social worker, the grandson of a gypsy, a dancer and a nurse. He spent his youth moving from port city to port city, watching a lot of road go by and reading World Book Encyclopedia. He was a miscreant youth, destroying cars and taking the wrong things too seriously and the right things not serious enough. He creates humanist folk art from salvaged wood and found objects.
Jason Jones is an Artist and licensed Architect currently based in New Orleans, LA. He has studied and practiced Architecture for over 15 years prior to embarking on his current artistic pursuits. His curiosity in the evolution and transformation of materiality has become the primary expression and medium in his art. With his current focus on the oxidation of steel his paintings range from abstractions in color and composition to literal representations of nudes and landscapes. Jones’s work, as it continues to evolve through different explorations in medium and style, ultimately strives to connect the viewer with the ongoing transformation of their surrounding natural and built environment and the endless potential to embrace these changes as an expression of beauty.