Located in Historic Downtown Lake Charles, LA

Cardinal with custom nameplate

The next edition to Candice Alexander's nature series is the Cardinal, a bird whose spiritual meaning is that of love. Cardinals are beloved birds for their beauty and bold colors, which offer a bright spot bringing a symbol of hope and joy. This limited edition of 200 prints was created with pen and ink in watercolors. She captures a cardinal reaching for a couple of Louisiana mulberries, perfect for any southern style home.  Candice was inspired for this piece because of the many cardinals grazing her backyard.   Each framed cardinal piece comes with a small glass vase holding a rose, dried Louisiana mulberry leaves, and a custom laser engraved nameplate shelf. Leave a comment in the notes as to what you would like the nameplate to say.

Each piece comes signed and numbered.   We are offering two styles of local Louisiana handmade frames. 

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Majestic Sallier Oak

The artist wanted to create the most beautiful portrait that has ever been done of the Sallier Oak. This oak tree grows its twisty branches on the grounds of Imperial Calcasieu Museum in downtown Lake Charles, it is said to date back to 1645 at the latest, making it at least 375-years-old.

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Toledo Bend Drawing

Toledo Bend is the largest man-made body of water in the South, ranking fifth in the United States for largest surface acreage. Candice Alexander's pen and ink drawing of the water's edge conveys a feeling of peace, and happiness in Louisiana's favorite spot to enjoy the summer's heat.

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Three Pelicans

"Three Pelicans" is a prominent design in Candice Alexander's Louisiana Collection. It is the perfect piece of art for the Louisiana outdoor or culture enthusiast.

The original painting was completed for a long time client. It was done in acrylic paints in a timeless and colorful palette.

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