James Henderson

Magnolia, 2014

Mixed media on canvas

36 x 36 inches

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James Henderson

She Tried To Be Good Too, 2014

Mixed media on canvas

72 x 72 inches

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Scott Andresen

The Arrival, 2017

Sandpaper, copper leaf, paint residue, adhesive, resin on panel

48 x 40 inches

 

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Suzi Davidoff

Madera Canyon Cycle - Grapevine, 10/2014 (716)

2014
charcoal, earth, plant materials, cochineal, graphite, wax

52 1⁄2 x 91 inches

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Suzi Davidoff

Madera Canyon Cycle - Grapevine, 10/2014 (716)

2014
charcoal, earth, plant materials, cochineal, graphite, wax

52 1⁄2 x 91 inches

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Rubem Robierb

Power Flower N-2 (Blue on black), 2016

Mixed media on canvas

36 x 36 inches

Edition 1 of 10, Signed

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Eliza Thomas 
Untitled 
45 x45 inches
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Gentleman’s Game

Love Goddess, 2014

Imprinted acrylic and mixed media on canvas

54 x 36 inches

 

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Marina Dunbar

Untitled, 2018

pigmented resin on panel

35” diameter

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Suzi Davidoff

Madera Canyon Cycle - Thistles 2, 3/2015 (737)

2015
charcoal, earth, graphite, mica, gesso on wood panel

30 x 30 inches

 

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Suzi Davidoff

Madera Canyon, Thistles 3, 5/2015 (738)

2015 Charcoal, earth, graphite, mica, and gesso on wood

30 x 30 inches

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Boutique hotel, The Eliza Jane, just opened in New Orleans with Octavia Art on the walls!

The hotel resembles the city in that it is a classic mix of elegance and funkiness. It is built within nine historic warehouses that look distinct on the outside but have been united on the inside. Inspired by the buildings' rich history, the hotel's design team drew inspiration from many of the buildings' original occupants: The Daily Picayune, the Gulf Baking Soda company, as well as the Peters Cartridge shop and Peychaud Bitters factory.

The hotel is named after Eliza Jane Nicholson, publisher of The Daily Picayune in the late 1800s and the first woman publisher of a major metropolitan newspaper in the United States. The hotel's design creatively showcases this rich history, giving guests and locals alike a glimpse into centuries-old stories and a feel of old New Orleans charm.

We worked with the hotel’s interior team to create the perfect New Orleans getaway, choosing artwork from artists across the U.S. that accentuate the interiors with the classic funkiness that New Orleans does so well.

We hope you enjoy these images!

- The team at Octavia Art