Local artist Terrance Osborne has spent the past several weeks creating paintings that honor the heroes of the medical and service industries. His "Front Line" piece, which depicts a courageous female doctor, is a nod to the iconic Rosie the Riveter poster from World War II. The subject wears fleur-de-lis earrings to symbolize her status as a New Orleanian, as well as a surgical mask, determined expression, and a Band-Aid to signify that she's equally susceptible to the virus as all of us. Osborne will be donating a thousand copies of the artwork to hospitals around town. It is also available for purchase on his website terranceosborne.com.
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