Katrina Effects Artists

Visible to everybody interested in the arts, Katrina had an impact on the thinking and creating of New Orleans artists. Fleur de lis in every kind of variation pop up everywhere and galleries feature exhibitions that deal with the catastrophe itself and the aftermath.

But Katrina not only affected the lives of New Orleanians, it also touched heart and soul of Austrian artist Romana Redinger, who came to the Crescent city almost exactly one year after the levees failed, on August 11, 2006 to spend one year in New Orleans with fiancée Hermann, an exchange UNO business student and son Michael, 2.

Visible to everybody interested in the arts, Katrina had an impact on the thinking and creating of New Orleans artists. Fleur de lis in every kind of variation pop up everywhere and galleries feature exhibitions that deal with the catastrophe itself and the aftermath.

But Katrina not only affected the lives of New Orleanians, it also touched heart and soul of Austrian artist Romana Redinger, who came to the Crescent city almost exactly one year after the levees failed, on August 11, 2006 to spend one year in New Orleans with fiancée Hermann, an exchange UNO business student and son Michael, 2.

A trained Graphic Designer, the emphasis of Redinger’s work is on Photography and digital art. The photographing of landscape scenery and the city leads to a transforming and editing of the standard pictures which is intended to highlight the pictures characteristics.
The work speaks for itself.