Cuba on the Verge of Change

Cuba on the Verge of Change – Photos of the Streets of Havana

On December 17, 2014, President Barack Obama and President Raúl Castro surprised the world with a historic announcement signaling the end of over 5 decades of frozen relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Cuba is on the verge of great change and more Americans than ever before will have the opportunity to witness it. Take a tour through the streets of Havana with photographs from the recent exhibit Cuba on the Verge of Change.

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About David McPherson

David McPherson is an artist living and working in New Orleans. He studied architecture, drawing, design, photography and sculpture at Carnegie Mellon University and multimedia design and film at the Vancouver Film School. His sculptural works in the 90s were exhibited at the Forbes Gallery in Pittsburgh, at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans and at numerous Art for Art’s Sake events. His travel photography from Buenos Aires was shown at the South LaBrea Gallery in Los Angeles in 2004 and his series of contemporary still life studies of apples were recently featured in a group show at Barrister’s Gallery in New Orleans and at the October, 2014 Art for Art’s Sake exhibit at Poet’s Gallery on Magazine Street.



81 Apples
Four Apple Composition, David McPherson

Four Apple Composition

Oil on Canvas, 2014, 18″ x 18″

Jackie and Betty at Stanley, David McPherson

Jackie & Betty at Stanley

Oil on Canvas, 2013, 16″ x 20″

Sixteen Apples, David McPherson

Sixteen Apples

Oil on Canvas, 2009, 20″ x 20″

Large Green, David McPherson

Large Green

Oil on Canvas, 2002, 30″ x 30″

Chevy, David McPherson


Oil on Canvas, 2007, 48″ x 36″