Jacob Pitre, Jr., posing with a painting of Sound Off Louisiana’s logo, which he completed on June 5, 2020 and which was graciously donated to its founder, Robert Burns, on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.
In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, we take a pause from our usual airing of Louisiana governmental issues to express sincere appreciation to a youthful and highly-talented high school student, Jacob Pitre, Jr., who was gracious enough to provide us with the fantastic portrait of the Sound Off Louisiana logo which he poses with in the photo above:
Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns provides his grateful appreciation to Jacob Pitre, Jr., for the portrait of the Sound Off Louisiana logo he painted and gave to Burns.
As Burns mentioned in the video, Jacob lives in close proximity to where the late famous Louisiana painter, George Rodrigue, resided. Don’t be surprised if Pitre is one day recognized as a successor to Rodrigue’s notoriety, at which time Burns will brag of being one of the very first recipients of Pitre’s excellent work!
Let’s conclude this feature with a sample of some of Pitre’s other artwork, shall we?
We can debate Louisiana governmental issues such as tort reform pros or cons until the cows come home, but we think there can be no debate whatsoever of the incredible talent of young artist Jacob Pitre, Jr., and we sincerely appreciate him providing us with one of his masterpieces for us to utilize through the rest of Sound Off Louisiana‘s existence!
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