Art & Antiques
As You Like It Silver Shop
As You Like It Silver Shop, a silverware specialty store offering fine sterling silver tableware and jewelry, and services such as restoration, replating, hand engraving and polishing. Knowledgeable staff is available to assist in identifying patterns or original use of obscure items in silver collections.
3033 Magazine St. • New Orleans
C. Kittok Art
Connie Kittok, artist, Louisiana native; original paintings, mixed media, acrylic and oils on canvas and board. Unique blend of Southern culture comes through while using wide brush strokes, Paintings have a real New Orleans feel. Commissioned art welcomed.
2009 French Quarter Festival, Pirate’s Alley
April and 17th-19th
Direct contact number: (985) 386-4570
Agora, Magazine St. • New Orleans • (504) 525-2240
Charlotte’s Webb, 145 W. Pine St. • Ponchatoula • (985) 386-7663
Currier Antiques and Art, Orange Beach, Ala. • (251) 981-1800
Crescent City Auction Gallery
Specializing in auctioning French, English, American and Continental antique furniture, Southern and New Orleans art, bric-a-brac, jewelry, mirrors, Oriental rugs, European & American Art and More. They auction items for both the novice buyer and the refined collector. Consignments always accepted. Auction schedule available online.
1015 Julia St. • New Orleans
(504) 529-5057 • (504) 529-6057 fax
Dop Antiques & Architecturals
Dop Antiques & Architecturals is a direct importer of 18th, 19th and early 20th century European furniture, architecturals, decoratives and garden items. Every 3 weeks a 40′ container of handpicked goods ships to our New Orleans warehouse. Wholesaling to dealers, designers, and now to the public!
300 Jefferson Hwy. • New Orleans
India Stewart Designs, Inc.
This piece was inspired by the cross design brought from the Ursuline Convent in Rouen, France to the Ursuline Convent in New Orleans. This same cross was used for the 12 Holy candles found in the St. Louis Cathedral, designed by India Stewart.
www.indiastewart.com • firstname.lastname@example.org
Isabella’s Gallery carries a unique blend of handmade home décor, gifts and jewelry from local artists as well as artists from all over the U.S. Isabella’s is your exclusive retailer for Sticks Furniture and Trollbeads in the Greater New Orleans Area.
3331 Severn Ave., Suite 105 • Metairie
Next to Lakeside Mall
Judy at the Rink
Judy at the Rink features unique, eclectic gifts, whimsical art and pottery from different local artists. Come by Judy’s to find every gift such as Mothers Day, graduation gifts, wedding presents and birthday gifts. Pictured is a Painting by Elaine Gleason.
2727 Prytania Street • New Orleans
Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art
James “Mac” McConnell Anderson (1907-1998) was the youngest of the three Anderson brothers who founded Shearwater Pottery in Ocean Springs, Miss.
The whimsical Fish Bowl captures the exuberance and vitality of the designs inspired by nature. Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art is pleased to represent both historical and contemporary artists with changing monthly exhibits. Join us and the Arts District for the Art Walk on Julia Street, held on the first Saturday evening of each month. Visit the exhibits online at www.jeanbragg.com.
600 Julia St. • New Orleans
(504) 895-7375 • www.jeanbragg.com
Longshore Studio Gallery
Longshore Studio Gallery is the hub for internationally-known artist Sarah Ashley Longshore, currently designing a chair line for Antrhopologie and planning art shows all over the country. Voted as one of the top People to Watch, Longshore and this gallery are not to be missed.
4848 Magazine St. • New Orleans
Michelle Y Williams
"Working on canvas, wood, metal and Plexiglas, Williams paints exclusively with a palette knife as her painting tool and uses various materials, including acrylics, oils and raw materials. She also experiments in other mediums, including glass, metal and sculpture."
835 Julia St. • New Orleans
Newcomb Art Gallery
Nestled among the live oaks of Tulane University’s uptown campus, the Newcomb Art Gallery presents shows in photography, sculpture, video, painting and mixed-media by both historically significant and noted emerging artists. Also on view are works from the Gallery’s nationally significant collection of Newcomb Pottery.
The Newcomb Art Gallery is located in the
Woldenberg Art Center at Tulane University
Open Tuesday-Friday, 10-6 and Sat-Sun, 11-5 • Open until 8 on Wednesdays
New Orleans Auction,
St. Charles Gallery, Inc.
Specializing in fine 18th, 19th and 20th century furniture, paintings, and objet d’art. Quality consignments always accepted. Our professional staff can offer instant assessments and auction estimates for your property. Open Monday through Friday (9:00-5:00).
1330 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans Museum of Art
DON’T MISS THIS! Through April 26, NOMA presents a major exhibition of more than 200 glass objects from New Orleans collector Jack Sawyer. The works on view demonstrate Sawyer’s extraordinary eye, with examples that illustrate a history of glass from the 19th century to today.
1 Collins Diboll Circle • New Orleans
Renaissance offers an ever-changing selection of antiques, furniture, art, china, silver and home décor on a consignment and closeout basis. Our unique discount system which reduces the prices by 20% every month allows our customers to purchase items at fabulous prices.
3815 Veterans Memorial Blvd. # B • Metairie 70002
(504) 454-3320 • www.yourrenaissance.com
Louisiana contemporary artists will be showcased this spring at Rohm Gallery. Fight the recession with a local investment. And remember, all purchases are tax exempt! Pictured: A Beat and Brass by Emory Nolan, 30×15, acrylic on canvas.
3424 Magazine St. • New Orleans
Sabai Jewelry carries a vast collection of exotic stones and minerals set in beautifully designed jewelry. We also carry a crystals, Tibetan Bowls, Buddhist Statues and many beautiful items to decorate your home or Altar. Come visit and enjoy the beauty of Sabai.
924 Royal St. • New Orleans • (504) 525-6211
3115 Magazine St. • New Orleans • (504) 899-9555
711 Jefferson Highway • Baton Rouge • (225) 926-7980
18 karat white gold hinged bracelet with a floral motif and brushed satin finish.
Pavé round brilliant diamonds define the flower, vine and leaf pattern, and have an estimated total weight of two carats.
8138 Hampson St. • New Orleans
Silk Road Collection
"A Chinese table antique treasure! Late Ming Dynasty (400 years old) square table with carved stretchers on all four sides. Burled root wood center has beautifully aged over the years and now has a cracked-leather patina– very attractive. Leg footings are traditional horse-hoof style."
3714 Magazine St.
Source offers an array of antique and vintage furniture, art, and accessories that are stylish and affordable. The featured item is a set of fresco designs by Henriot Giraud (1898 – 1934). Handsome and intriguing, these designs speak “Louisiana.” Framed and matted 53”x 23”.
2103 Magazine St. • New Orleans 70130
(504)561-7558 • www.sourcenola.com
The Creole Cat
Purr de Lis, the latest Creole Cat print, is proud to showcase the Fleur de Lis as the enduring symbol of our city. It is as timeless and lasting as the spirit of our people and the Creole Cat is proud to call New Orleans home.
The Historic New Orleans Collection
Josephine Crawford: An Artist’s Vision by Louise C. Hoffman
The Historic New Orleans Collection celebrates the life and art of 20th-century New Orleans artist Josephine Crawford with the third publication in the Louisiana Artist Biography Series. $30
533 Royal St. • New Orleans
Thomas Mann Gallery I/O opened 20 years ago to showcase handmade jewelry, home accessories and great gifts. We currently represent over 75 international artists. Gallery I/O is “the shopping destination” for objects for the body, home and imagination.
1810 Magazine St. • New Orleans
The Latin Quarter
At The Latin Quarter, you’ll find an assortment of tasteful, chic, and daringly enchanting home decor. Original paintings from famed Latin American artists, bold and handcrafted furniture, unique jewelry and more. All of our products are created by artists with generations of skill and lifetimes of experience.
Visit us online!
New Orleans Artist Wayne Amedee’s newest body of work deals with the
post Katrina emotional landscape. Focusing on themes of aftermath,
recovery, and renewal, these beautiful pieces of art can be seen by appointment with the artist.