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Streetcar NOLA by John Duplantis
Bull Red by John Duplantis
The Iris by John Duplantis
Crab Fishing by John Duplantis
Black Skimmer by John Duplantis
The Wooden Work Boats by John Duplantis
Royal Street by John Duplantis
Summer Takeout by John Duplantis
Summer Ice by John Duplantis
Oyster on the Rocks by John Duplantis
Dragon Summer by John Duplantis
Wood Flight by John Duplantis
On the Hunt by John Duplantis
Glamoridillo by John Duplantis
Lake Pontchartrain Sunset by John Duplantis
Yellow Tulips by John Duplantis
The Lotus by John Duplantis
Mardi Gras Inhibition by John Duplantis
Paddle for Your Life by John Duplantis
Trixie's House by John Duplantis
Blue Crabbie by John Duplantis
Crabbie Ice by John Duplantis
Drunken Oyster by John Duplantis
Shotgun House by John Duplantis
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About John Duplantis
John Duplantis is a native Louisianan born and raised in Houma Louisiana located in Terrebonne Parish 60 miles southwest of New Orleans.
I started painting and drawing at a very young age (8 or 9 years old). Dolly Duplantis, my mother, is an artist and she imbued a deep appreciation for art. She helped me and encouraged me throughout my life. My father, Wayne Duplantis, and grandfathers Sidney Duplantis and Wilson Domangue Sr., provided me with outdoor experiences that have shaped my love and fascination with the beauty of Louisiana landscape and its architecture. I draw upon these experiences and the emotional attachments to them in order to recreate the experiences on canvas. Lydie Duplantis and Ella Domangue, my grandmothers, also encouraged me as a young child to paint and draw. They commissioned a lot of my childhood paintings, and collected them throughout most of my young career. This turned out to be quite a fortunate thing for me. They provided me with a retrospective oeuvre of my development as an artist dating back to my earliest works. Handed down to me, those images are now windows through which I now reflect and study my growth. My mother, father, and grandparents had a very big impact on me as an artist. All of my family has been supportive and encouraging. As a young child, I was motivated by the fact that my work was proudly displayed throughout the homes of my family.
Later in life, my spouse Patrick Davis, encouraged and helped me realize my educational goals. I attended Nicholls State University in Thibodeaux Louisiana majoring in psychology and in studio fine art. Nicholls played an additional developmental role with really great teachers and artists throughout my college career. I became enthused yet again by the effects of my teachers and the art of teaching.