Downtown Baton Rouge has a new art installation titled "Sing the River" from California based artist Pho Shu Wang. The sculpture was commissioned by the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge and donated to the city, and the installation was managed by Downtown Development District.
Wang's words to me about the sculpture: "It is a work that allows the river to sing to the public and invite the public to sing back, jamming with the voices of the river via the sculpture".
Cypress trees at sunset photographed during a recent kayaking trip to Lake Martin in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana.
Interior design photography at the Alliance Safety Council Emerging Technology Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Photographed for Grace Hebert Curtis Architects.
Valdry Center for Philanthropy on the Southern University campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
New vinyl graphics on the steps leading to the Mississippi River in Riverfront Plaza.
Ochsner High Grove hospital and clinic. Architectural photography for Grace Hebert Curtis Architects..
Grace Hebert Curtis Architects recently added on a locker room and weight room to the building that housed the batting cages for the LSU baseball players.
The Mississippi River always swells above flood stage in Baton Rouge to mark the beginning of Spring, and I go out there every year to get a picture of it. The river is at 44' in these pictures which isn't the highest it's ever been, but falls somewhere in the top 10.
Newly opened Lafourche Parish Correctional Complex in Thibodaux, Louisiana.