"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.
"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.
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.