"Beausoleil Broussard", a large oil painting hanging at the Acadian Museum in Erath, La. I did this painting while working for Robert Dafford, so it is signed "Dafford Murals" instead of "Herb Roe", but don't be fooled - it is a 100% my work.
"Massacre at Seekunk or Salt-Lick Town", 16" x 20", oil on canvas. The October 1774 massacre of Native Americans at a Mingo settlement by an American force lead by Colonel William Crawford. All rights held by the artist, Herb Roe 2013.
Cajun Traiteurs-These faith healers have existed since the 1700s when the Acadians migrated to south Louisiana from France. The Cajun healer is thought to be able to “treat” certain ailments. Most have their own specialty that was handed down to them usually from...a relative. Some of their specialties include warts, shingles, sunstroke, bleeding, earaches and toothaches.
"Henry Clay, speaking at the Treber Inn," by Herb Roe (2013).: Herb Roe's "Henry Clay, speaking at the Treber Inn" is one of the original illustrations commissioned for the launch of Scioto Historical in the summer of 2013.
Cajuns are a group of people largely residing in southern Louisiana, a region rich with the history of several cultures. Descended from the Acadians, French settlers from Atlantic Canada, today they celebrate a diverse and vibrant culture unlike any other.
Louisiana / Acadian Bicentennial Celebration Original 1954 Vintage Print Ad Illustration "For A Real Winter Vacation Come To Louisiana"