I specialize in Drawing, Oil/Acrylics, Watercolor, Other
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Lindsay “Bones” Cordero is a writer, illustrator, and painter whose debut children’s picture book “The Krewe of Barkus and Meoux” was inspired by the Mardi Gras pet parade. After writing the story in rhyme, Bones both drew and painted the story of the Krewes raucously dance-battling their way through the French Quarter of New Orleans. The story conveys much through the deliberate use of color: instead of taking a traditional approach to color and lighting within the art, Bones utilizes color to visually represent the jazz music played as the Krewes parade their way to victory. “Easter eggs” are hidden throughout the book, including a mouse in each illustration, a “blues” cat (as a nod to the foundation of jazz) and much more. Bones resides in Shreveport, and outside of her creative pursuits is an officer in the U.S. Air Force.
A sample of what we will have at the Revel: