Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Cayman Clevenger

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Arts and Culture editor Cayman Clevenger is a New Orleans-based art broker, certified fine art appraiser, attorney, and realtor. Born in Shreveport, Cayman grew up in the small town of Many, Louisiana outside of Natchitoches. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Tulane University and a Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law in Dallas. After finishing law school, he returned to Louisiana, where he and his wife Sarah are raising their daughter Evangeline. His website is LouisianaArt.com

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