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January 29, 2008

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Originally uploaded by dingler1109

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http://www.michaeldingler.com/ MY ARTIST STATEMENT!

I’m a pluralist when it comes to the nature of our government; I’m a deist when it comes to matters of faith; I’m a loyalist when it comes to matters of family; I view the world with an existential bias; I question every mindset; I think that when there’s something to be shared with someone, I’m at my best. I like the color purple.

Home is New Orleans. I’ve traveled the world and two of the seven seas (though there’s arguably five),…I like to view the world with gentle eyes, but the world won’t always allow it. …..Have I mentioned I like the color purple?


ships along the mississippi river New Orleans, Louisiana

aside from houses there are ships from around the world
this is a great photograph of the mississippi river port and ships along the \Port of New Orleans (?) not sure will have have to ask dingler,
a painter and expressionist of all positive on the streets of New Orleans, aside from knowing the river better than anyone i’ve ever known, except for a captain that had run for president many a four year cycle, he made 65,000 dollars a year as a captain on the river, and i met him in Matasass
in the vc

the river is mighty,

the river is why there is a Detroit,

no different than New Orleans

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After/Before

Originally uploaded by Karen Apricot New Orleans

once a corner store, now a trailer up high on a concrete block foundation.

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January 26, 2008

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Originally uploaded by New Orleans Lady

jan 25, 08

An important two and one-half story side hall Creole type of house, typical of many great 19th century townhouses along Espalande Ave., a boulevard providing a neutral ground for the great Live Oaks that distinguish this street from others, a truly grand New Orleanian streetscape, equal to St. Charles Avenue, a street all on its own, a National Landmark, as should be Esplanade Ave.

jan 28, 08 I was so excited to see this photograph posted by the New Orleans Lady, on Friday, one that i know i’d taken thirty years ago, exited to see that this house was a survivor,

I was so excited on Monday night that i decided to call, and get to know this young photographer a little better,

and while we were laughing, this landmark was burning down.

it s a tragedy that all you have left is the photograph ,

www.wwltv.com/local/stories/wwl012908khtremeblaze.6fd1880…

and this,

from the Times -Picayune,

Fire Destroys historic home in Esplanade Ridge,

www.nola.com/news/index.ssf/2008/01/a_fire_destroys_espla…

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January 26, 2008

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Originally uploaded by New Orleans Lady

a Single two bay creole cottage,

w/ a very funny little firewall on the left

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January 26, 2008

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Originally uploaded by New Orleans Lady

new orleans lady is the artist of new orleans
working photographically as a gentle genius ….

in an ongoing documentary of all that is New Orleans,

the muse eternal…

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Originally uploaded by Karen Apricot New Orleans

commercial/ residential shotgun house w/ an addition to the front up to the sidewalk, for a commercial endeavor of some sort, servicing neighborhood friends….not a corner store or shop-residence, perhaps an evolution of this type of neighborhood commercial or home service into the early 20th century…

New Orleans 1984

Originally uploaded by jeff lamb