Streetcar Named Inspire Project
This project was sponsored by The YLC (Young Leadership Council of New Orleans).
This project was to raise money to build a Art Pavilion on the corner of Basin & Canal. I painted 7 lg. streetcars
and 5 small ones for their auction. My work raised close to $50,000 for them.  
"Simply Devine"
Ruth Fertel
JAZZ Musician
"Flavor of New Orleans"
Raising Cane 2
Bonerama Members
This streetcar features local band Bonerama & some of our favorite things
about Louisiana.
Lafayette Square
Sponsored by Raising Canes
Was sponsored by Ruth's Chris Steak House. It was displayed on
Fulton St.  for almost 2 yrs.  This streetcar was a celebration of
woman chefs that have had a great influence and have made a
difference in the way we enjoy and appreciate food.
Sponsored by
Ruths Chris
2 nd Line Dancers in background of Streetcar
Was On Display in Lafayette Square
Sponsored by
The Downtown Development District

Location is Basin & Canal (next to the Saenger Theatre)
This is the future site for the Art Pavilion which will built with the money raised by the YLC from this project.

This streetcar represents Downtown New Orleans through the years. Starting with Storyville which
produced JAZZ legend Louis Armstrong who played at the last two remaining buildings
"The Eagle Saloon " & " Iroquios Theatre".  
Also fashion through the years, the 1st Trolley car and a favorite meeting place, under the CLOCK at
D.H. Holmes.
"Southern Charm"
Location at the entrance of " Audubon Park"
Sponsored by HardRock Construction.

This streetcar represents all things Louisiana. Many of the windows come directly

"D'autres mangent pour: nous vivons pour mangent"
(Others eat to live: we live to eat)
Sponsored by & Located at
This streetcar represents some of our local ingredients that make our  food stand out from the rest.
"Patrick F. Taylor Streetcar"
Sponsored by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation
On permanent display in Lee Circle.

This streetcar is meant to represent the Canal St. Streetcar named for Mr. Taylor. It was meant
to have random people riding in it.  So the driver is my husband Mike. The back windows are my
daughter Kaitlin, son Glynn & nephew Seth.  On side one is my niece Kara, random kids, friend
Chef Grielle, random man, random lady, then self portrait (Me).
Side two is a random man, My mother-inlaw Calley when she was very young, My mother who
passed away from Breast Cancer, My father( this photo is from a sketch of him done in the
French Quarter in 1958), next
is my nephew baby Ray whom I've never met and finally another random fellow.

This was a private commission and my 7th streetcar