Support a local artist
I am currently accepting commissions for original pottery works. We will work together to create an appropriate budget based on your desired size, amount of detail, etc.. for your piece. Pricing depends on each individual commission and commissions typically take at least 4 weeks to be ready. The benefits of commissioning a local artist include taking part in the creation process by choosing the color, size, shape, design, engravings, etc.. for your vessel, giving back to your local community, and having a one-of-a-kind piece! Commissions can be pretty much anything - whether functional (mugs, plates, vases, bowls, platters, planters, gardening pots) or aesthetic (sculptures, signs). I primarily work with brown clay. I will keep you up to date throughout the entire process.
I also sell prints of my original paintings. They are prints on durable photo paper that can be framed or just tacked to a wall.
Pottery Commissions - Varies per each commission
Prints - $15
Get to know me
Hey, it's Lou. I'm a 19 year-old artist currently located in New Orleans. I am a junior at Tulane University concentrating in art history, psychology, and public health. I first started resonating with life as a creative when I was 15. My beginning ventures revolved around discussing real topics like chronic illness and sexual assault. My recognition started to pick up once one of my pieces reached over 51,000 likes. After that piece, I was invited to be on international radio, television, etc... Four years later and I've all but ditched that part of my life behind. I enjoy ceramic art, painting, writing, and more. Some of my goals for this site are to sell my art, connect with other like-minded people, and showcase my mad skills in the hopes someone finds my art semi-interesting. Or whatever.
Awarded the Nell Pomeroy O’Brien Art Award by Tulane University’s Art Department
Intern for Project Consent
Featured interviewee on ABC Television's WGNO "News With A Twist" program
Showcased artist in Amber Rose's 2016 SlutWalk
Featured interviewee on the Canadian Broadcast Corporation's radio show "Out In The Open"