Big Daddy, 2013, Hannah Soule Powderly
Archival Grade film print on Fine Art Matte Paper
Sold as a Pair, Original work with no reproductions
Signed by the artist
8x10 in a 11x14 metal frame with glass.
Both images were taken on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, LA, both of the same gentleman’s club’s sign several years apart. The 1st existed pre-Katrina 2004 and the second was a post-Katrina renovation in 2013.
Hannah Soule Powderly is a Brooklyn based artist & photographer and the founder of Don’t Quit Your Day Job Productions. A self-taught artist who began her journey in the arts while attending high school in Hong Kong, Hannah paints portraits as well as abstract interpretations and is a sought-after fashion & event photographer in New York City. She has received awards for her feature-length documentary, “Bourbon Street Dreams” as well as her short film, “Under the Bridge” and her photography has been featured in numerous publications including World Bride Magazine and an upcoming episode of Netflix’s “Ginny & Georgia.”