Photos: Art students add murals to neighborhood structure

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  • Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ--Some of the art work feature on Robert Tannen's outdoor sculpture, Òshotgun templeÓ on Bayou Road which has become a community art project with a group of art students from now-closed John McDonogh who have been working on it, along with their teacher, and also some members of the local Rastafarian community in New Orleans, La. Thursday, June 12, 2014.

  • Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ-- Robert Tannen's outdoor sculpture, Òshotgun temple", on Bayou Road which has become a Òcommunity art projectÓ for a group of art students from now-closed John McDonogh which have been working on it, along with their teacher, and also some members of the local Rastafarian community in New Orleans, La. Thursday, June 12, 2014.

  • Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ--John McDonogh High School recent graduate Paris Hines stands inside Robert Tannen's outdoor sculpture, Òshotgun templeÓ on Bayou Road which has become a community art project with a group of art students from now-closed John McDonogh who have been working on it, along with their teacher, and also some members of the local Rastafarian community in New Orleans, La. Thursday, June 12, 2014. Hines did the panel with the flying saucer.

  • Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ--Some of the Rastafarian artwork found in Robert Tannen's outdoor sculpture, Òshotgun templeÓ on Bayou Road which has become a community art project with a group of art students from now-closed John McDonogh who have been working on it, along with their teacher, and also some members of the local Rastafarian community in New Orleans, La. Thursday, June 12, 2014.

  • Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ-- John McDonogh High School recent graduate Allen Lefort, left, sculptor Robert Tannen and John McDonogh art teacher Phillip Spence sit in Tannen's outdoor sculpture, Òshotgun templeÓ on Bayou Road which has become a community art project with a group of art students from now-closed John McDonogh who have been working on it, along with their teacher, and also some members of the local Rastafarian community in New Orleans, La. Thursday, June 12, 2014.