Meet the artist who left perhaps the most visible and historical interpretation of what life was like in Louisiana from the late 1920s to the late 1940s, muralist Conrad Albrizio. What causes a museum and exhibit designer to suddenly try his hand at making wine? Jerry Eisterhold shares his story with us. And an Ohio wood-turner creates beautiful bowls from old logs. Plus, as part of this week’s Louisiana Treasures segment, the compelling story behind LSU’s Memorial Tower.
(Image: Detail of Conrad Albrizio mural on the wall of Union Passenger Terminal, New Orleans, LA)