George Rodrigue talks about Cajun life, early work

BR Lagniappe
Friday, July 22, 2011 - 11:55am

Louisiana artist George Rodrigue has gained recognition all around the world for his famous Blue Dog paintings. A new exhibit at the LSU Museum of Art at the Shaw Center features over 50 of his original paintings, which includes his early work. Along with portraits of Louisiana Governor’s, Rodrigue’s early work is rich with Cajun Culture.

The exhibit opens on July 23 and will stay open through September. Admission to the exhibit is $5.

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