Terrance Osborne's "A Portrait of Trombone Shorty" is printed on archival paper in a limited run of 10,000. This poster is unsigned, but numbered 7586/10,000 and measures 35" x 19". The intuitive manner in which Osborne illuminates his canvases has earned him a place in the esteemed line of notable figurative artists to be inspired by New Orleans. This work shows Osborne maturing into a highly confident and singular artist. His golden dawn setting imagines Trombone Shorty on the porch of his old house in Treme, rousing the City with his horn. The 2012 Jazz Fest poster captures two authentically significant New Orleans cultural trajectories at once, framing the simultaneous ascendency of Trombone Shorty's music and Terrance Osborne's art.