Zydeco Blues



This black and white print is an adaptation of one Pavy’s most famous oil paintings, “Zydeco Blues.” Here the artist describes his painting and process:

This dressed-up bluesman plays Zydeco music on a guitar in front of a background of swamp grass, and he leans over his guitar and shouts a music lyric in call and response. There is modified marsh grass or golden fries in the background. Pavy says:" I was working with leaded glass at the time. To make a stained glass window, I would do a cartoon or line drawing directly on canvas in gold oil paint. I then filled in the defined areas with color."

• Image: 16 x 13.25 inches
• Paper: 20 x 20 inches
• Giclee on archival Pura Velvet paper
• Sold unframed and framed
• Framed prints ship in 2-4 weeks 

©Francis X. Pavy, 2018