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NOMA celebrates 'Drawn to the Edge'

By Steven Forster for the Times-Picayune

Inside the New Orleans Museum of Art, hundreds celebrated the opening of "Drawn to the Edge," which features several large canvases by artist Katie Holten suspended from the Great Hall ceiling and depicting Louisiana's waterways and coastline. Musician Sarah Quintana serenaded the crowd, and visitors also were treated to cooking demonstrations in Cafe NOMA by Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group chefs and special guests.

The demos will continue every Friday this summer. Holten fans included Daphne Loney, Matt Vis, Dan Tague, Marga DeJong, Shaine Truscott, Annie Truscott, Miranda Lash, Richard Bates, Eva Bates and Sharappa.

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