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Celebrate the jovial nature of the iconic Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong with a limited edition canvas print. Gallery B. Fos, 2138 Magazine St., 444-2967, BeckyFos.com

Celebrate the jovial nature of the iconic Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong with a limited edition canvas print. Gallery B. Fos, 2138 Magazine St., 444-2967, BeckyFos.com

 


 

Live jazz wafting from a courtyard at sunset, the swell of music from the turning point in a matinee from inside the Prytania Theatre, a brass band weaving its way down Royal Street collecting a crowd of revellers. The Crescent City is cinema and sound in motion. Celebrate the sensation with a few of our favorite music, entertainment and film inspired artwork.

 


 

Brass over the water is the calling card of the “King of Lake Pontchartrain” by Marcus Akinlana. Limited edition giclée on canvas. Where Y’Art, 1901 Royal St., 325-5672, WhereYart.net

 


 

Painted live at The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2015 during their set, John Bukaty features Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn on stage. John Bukaty Studio and Gallery, 841 Carondelet St., 533-8858, JohnBukaty.com

 


 

Lightnin’ Hopkins works his magic as shown on a fabric appliqué framed behind glass from Chris Roberts-Antieau. Antieau Gallery, 927 Royal St., 304-0849, AntieauGallery.com

 


 

Steve Brauner showcases a smiling Mick Jagger with a four shade grisaille technique in this acrylic on canvas. Boundless, 1511 Metairie Road, 309-8628

 


 

 Inspired by the fuzzy and grainy quality of a timeless movie aging, Kevin Gillentine uses the fade away as inspiration in works like “Big Springs, Mississippi.” Kevin Gillentine Gallery, 3917 Magazine St., 891-0509, KevinGillentine.com

 


 

Emilie Rhys captures “The Audience Enjoying The Palm Court Jazz Band at the Palm Court Jazz Café,” December 2014. Priced upon request. Scene By Rhys Art Gallery, 708 Toulouse St., 258.5842, SceneByRhys.com

 


 

Francisco Adaro depicts Satchmo in between sets in this mixed media piece partially painted on a wooden wine box. Commissions priced upon request. Gallery Orange, 819 Royal St., 875-4006, Gallery-Orange.com

 


 

Follow the notes to George McClements “Walking to New Orleans” homage to Fats Domino. Inkjet prints from original painting. Where Y’Art, 1901 Royal St., 325-5672, WhereYart.net

 


 

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