NEW ORLEANS-- Over the years, famous artist Terrance Osborne has created Jazz Fest art and Mardi Gras art. But for the past year, he's been secretly working on a collection that he's now ready to unveil.
News with a Twist's Kenny Lopez headed to his gallery on Magazine Street for a first look!
His new collection of ten pieces of art is called, "The Color of New Orleans." Up until now it has remained a "secret" to the public.
"Because usually what I do is I share it with the public and on social media, the beginning, middle, and end of the process. Everyone gets to be a part of that, but this time I didn't do that," Osborne said.
You'll also notice an evolution with his new collection.
"Well the theme I'm going for is women and houses in New Orleans. I think early on, I did more people in my artwork or houses. I didn't mix the two, but over the years I started to mix the two," he said.
"The Color of New Orleans" will be officially unveiled to the public this Saturday, February 1st from 11 am to 5 pm at the Terrance Osborne Gallery near the corner of Eighth and Magazine Street.
The first 100 people to show up will get a free print of one of his newest works called, "Lady Louisiana."
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