Photo by Alex Labry, www.AlexLabry.com
Join us for Salon 2015!
Saturday Sept. 19
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Presented by Krewe de Jeanne d’Arc &
Loyola University Medieval Studies

Free, public full day seminar
on Joan of Arc, her medieval times and her current influence

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September 19, 2015, 6:00pm

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We have updated our krewe events calendar to note that the September 17th welcome reception for Dr. Janet Lynn Roseman, to serve as a Salon kickoff event, has moved locations to Pearl Wine Co.!! We hope to see you there 6-8 p.m. Thursday Sept 17th! Meet the author of IF JOAN OF ARC HAD CANCER, and eat, drink and be merry with the Krewe de Jeanne d'Arc and the Amazons! ... See MoreSee Less

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SALON DE JEANNE D'ARC

September 19, 2015, 10:00am

Danna Center- Loyola University

Guest author and healer Dr. Janet Lynn Roseman (If...

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Meet photographer and krewe member Alex Labry, who will be our final presenter at the Salon de Jeanne d'Arc on September 19th! Here's a review of his book in Kirkus Reviews! We are so proud to be hosting him, and co-hosting a reception for him with Sodexo and French American Chamber of Commerce following the Salon. Check out the full SALON DE JEANNE D'ARC conference and workshop schedule at www.joanofarcparade.org.

www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/alexander-salaun-labry/personal-reflections-joan-arc/

Labry’s stunning monochromatic images of Joan of Arc statuary are a love letter to the Maid of Orleans.

A professional photographer for over 30 years, Labry chose equestrian and other statues of Joan of Arc, the martyred saint and heroine of France, as the subject of his first book. The statues, all but two of which are in France, feature considerable texture, which the photographer captures beautifully in rich black and white. There is a timeless, sensitive quality about the images, many of which are close-ups of one detail­—clasped hands, a bound torso, the Maid’s face lifted to the heavens. A few too many tight shots of horse heads appear, however, and the one of the stallion draped in Mardi Gras beads in New Orleans seems out of place. But the depth and dimension of all the photographs are notable; the contrast is strong but not excessive.
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