Antiques and Wholesale Furnishings
Orantely carved silver guilded chairs and architectural salvage halltree add a touch of warmth and character to any room. These pieces along with other unique European and Asian antiques can be found at Antiques and Wholesale Furnishings
3511 River Road • (504) 837-8095www.antiquesnola.com
Connie Kittok is an artist and Louisiana native who offers original paintings, mixed media, acrylic and oils on canvas and board with a unique blend of Southern culture, New Orleans Jazz and street scenes. Commissioned art welcomed. The Three Rivers Art Festival, Covington, November 15 and 16.
(985) 386-4570www.ckittokart.comAdditional locations: Agora, Magazine Street,
New Orleans, (504) 525-2240
Currier Antiques and Art,
Orange Beach, Ala., (251) 981-1800
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. The Creole Cat has proven that you can knock us down but you can’t knock us out and they are proud to call New Orleans home.
Dunleith Design & Antiques
Ken Rogers of Dunleith Designs & Antiques presents the fine C 1860 Rococo Victorian Parlor Cabinet of flame and solid walnut that would be a perfect piece in many New Orleans homes and small enough to go almost anywhere. In addition, custom window treatments, accessories, upholstery and several fine lines of wood and painted furniture are available through special orders.
1804 Magazine Street
(504) 272-0879www.dunleithdesigns.com Dutch Alley Artist’s Co-Op
Located in the Quarter where Dumaine Street meets Decatur Street, Dutch Alley Artist’s Co-Op was founded in 2003. It quickly established itself as New Orleans’ premier gallery for local art, including photographs, paintings, jewelry, hand dyed silks, blown glass and mixed media. Dutch Alley features award-winning designers Kabuki Hats, Glamour Trash, Immortelle Art and Harriet Blum photography, along with 20 member artist and designers who collectively run this unique gallery.
912 North Peters Street
(504) 412-9220www.dutchalleyonline.com Heirloom Furnishings
Heirloom Furnishings is a high-end consignment furniture store located in the lower Garden District directly on St. Charles Avenue just off the Interstate 10. Open 7 days a week, Heirloom Furnishings prides itself on the high quality, yet great prices, of its eclectic inventory. Receiving new home furnishings items daily, it becomes a must-stop on your hunt for that special piece for your home, whether selling your items or locating something new.
1400 St. Charles Avenue,
New Orleans • (504) 671-8298 firstname.lastname@example.org The Historic New Orleans Collection
New in The Shop at The Collection are Art Bags – unique, eye-catching handbags featuring licensed images from museums, artists, photographers and more, appliquéd on finely-crafted, metal-framed bags. Available in multiple sizes and designs, Art Bags can be special ordered in the image and purse style of your choice. $110–140. Visit www.hnoc.org to see more. Tuesday–Saturday, 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m; Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
533 Royal Street, (504) 598-7147www.hnoc.org Home and Garden
Home and Garden features an extensive collection of unique art that brings a sense of history and warmth to any environment. They also offer home furnishings, rugs, lighting and accessories. They have everything you need to fill your home, all in stock. Featured Art: This octopus has been taken from an early collection that was published in 1686 by a French naturalist, Bernard Direxit.
2033 Highway 190, Covington
Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art
Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art presents an exciting Fall and Winter, 2008. Art Walk, the first Saturday of the month, will feature emerging and established artists who interpret Louisiana icons. September 6: Oscar Quesada, On the Avenue. October 4: Art for Art’s Sake, Derenda Keating, Flashpaint! November 1: Prospect I, Leslie Dudley, Pleasing the Palette. December 6: Reveillon in the Arts District, Katalin Gergo, Old Stand, New Growth. Pictured: Joseph Poche, “Debutante Camellia,” 16 x 20”, oil on panel.
600 Julia Street, New Orleans
Hours: 10-5 p.m.,
(504) 895-7375, www.jeanbragg.com
Judy at the Rink
Pop art from your photo. Judy at the Rink festures unique, eclectic gifts, whimsical art and pottery. The store has local art, jewelry, lamps by Elaine Gleason, glassware by Simon Pearce, Bridal Registry, Graduation gifts and local delivery all offered.
2727 Prytania Street, New Orleans
Maximilian’s International Showroom
For 40 years Maximilian’s International Showroom has been supplying local interior designers, architects and clients with Oriental rugs, at all price levels. Showing 3,000 different designs in stock that come in dozens of different sizes. Included are Oushak, Turkish and Savonnerie. Choose from 46,000 fabric samples for your interior designer to help you choose. Shop Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
8600 Oak Street, New Orleans, (504) 895-1115www.Maximiliansinternational.com The Latin Quarter
As each guest passes through the doors of The Latin Quarter, they find themselves in a shopping experience unlike anything Royal Street has seen before. The delicate design of a wicker basket from Córdoba, the black brilliance of a deep-bellied pot from the hills of Oaxaca – each item in the elegantly designed, museum-like store is unique and handcrafted by artists with generations of skill and lifetimes of experience.
712 Royal Street, New Orleans
Linda Brown Gallery
Linda Brown Gallery is a collection of paintings on canvas that provoke the viewer into a sensuous and thoughtful mood. All paintings are available in limited edition giclee on archival 100 percent rag cotton canvas. Please allow 5 to 6 weeks for delivery as every giclee is hand embellished by Linda Brown. Pictured: “Falling” size 36”x30”.
(888) 772-0771www.lindabrowngallery.com LSU Museum of Art
LSU MOA at the SHAW Center for the Arts. American Masters from the Blanton Museum of Art’s Mari and James A. Michener Collection on exhibit at the LSU Museum of Art until November 30, 2008. This exciting summer exhibition is the second, broad American art exhibition to come to LSU MOA and highlights the best American art trends from 1900 to the turbulent 1960s with artists such as Robert Indiana, Robert Henri, Carl Holty and
100 Lafayette Street
(225) 389-7200www.lsumoa.com Newcomb Art Gallery
Newcomb Art Gallery (at Woldenberg Art Center at Tulane University) has its first exhibition of the fall season called “Vital Signs,” an examination of traditional drawings and works on paper created within the context of new forms of digital production. Emphasizing process and image construction, the show includes the work of 30 artists who reference an array of emerging technologies. August 20–October 19 with an opening reception on September 10. Deborah Aschheim, Worry, 2006, ink and acrylic on dura-lar. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5 p.m
Tulane University • (504) 865-5328www.newcombartgallery.tulane.edu New Orleans Auction, St. Charles Gallery
The St. Charles Auction Gallery specializes in fine 18th, 19th, and 20th century furniture, paintings and objets d’art. Hosting six large auctions per year, St. Charles Gallery is always accepting quality consignments. Our full time professional staff of experts can offer instant assessments and auction estimates for your property. Walk-ins are always welcome. Open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
1330 St. Charles Avenue
(504) 586-8733 www.stcharlesgallery.com New Orleans Museum of Art
Coming soon to NOMA. Opening November 8, “Objects of Desire: Fabergé from the Hodges Family Collection” continues NOMA’s long history of presenting priceless works by master Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé and his associates. Also this fall, “Prospect.1” New Orleans, the continent’s largest contemporary art biennial, takes place at 17 venues, including NOMA, beginning November 1. All of NOMA’s exhibitions and events are free to Louisiana residents through the generosity of The Helis Foundation.www.noma.org Papier Plume
Papier Plume invites you to experience the old world charm and elegance of their unique collection of writing instruments, Italian leather journals, hand-made papers, wax seals and their own brand of inks. Papier Plume offers local and imported stationery, desk accessories and handmade cards. Also available at their shop on Royal Street is an extensive line of unusual fountain, roller ball and ball point pens. Open 7 days a week.
842 Royal Street, New Orleans
(504) 988-7265 • www.papierplume.com Parcels and Post
Nestled between Jefferson and Nashville avenues at 5721 Magazine St., Parcels and Post specializes in getting your packages delivered! Whether it is a simple overnight delivery or an antique sculpture, you can rest assured your parcel will be handled with kid gloves. They offer free pick-up in select areas and can provide custom packing and crating! Where in the world do you need it to go? Let Parcels and Post ship it there!
14th Annual Poydras Home Art Show & Sale November 8-9
The ultimate experience for art collectors and the casual enthusiast, the Poydras Home Art Show & Sale will feature over 2,500 original works of art by local and regional artists including oils, watercolors, acrylics, mixed media, photography, glass, copper, clay, sculpture, unique jewelry, fine crafts and more. Admission is free and open to the public with all proceeds benefiting Poydras Home, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization The show runs Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sunday, noon-4 p.m.
Poydras Home, 5354 Magazine Street,
New Orleans • (504) 897-0535.
The Plant Gallery
The Plant Gallery features an extensive selection of Jukliska entertaining pieces. With its rich European heritage spanning six centuries, this line makes a beautiful gift for yourself or cherished friends and family.
9401 Airline Drive, New Orleans
(504) 488-8887 • www.theplantgallery.com Rohm Gallery
Rohm Gallery, newcomer to nationally known Magazine Street, is a contemporary art gallery featuring works by emerging and established artists from Louisiana and the U.S. Owner Lindsey Baker Rohm says there are so many talented artists, both locally and nationally, that it’s difficult to select just a few. She considers the search a most rewarding task. The Gallery will host different artist
receptions on the first Saturday of each month.
3424 Magazine Street, New Orleans
(504) 218-9918 • www.rohmgallery.com Thomas Mann Gallery I/O
Thomas Mann Gallery I/O, located in the heart of the Lower Garden District, opened 20 years ago to showcase handmade jewelry, home accessories and great gifts. They are proud to currently represent over 75 local and international artists, most of whom are exclusive to Gallery I/O. Over the years, Gallery I/O has become “the shopping destination” for objects for the body, home and imagination. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
1812 Magazine Street, New Orleans
504.581.2113• www.thomasmann.com Walter Anderson Museum of Art
“Shearwater at 80” September 18, 2008 – January 18, 2009. This exhibition celebrates 80 years of creativity and production of an historic American crafts site and facility – Shearwater Pottery. In 1918 Annette “Meré” McConnell Anderson bought 24 acres at the mouth of the Biloxi Bay in Ocean Springs to build a studio and art colony. The Anderson family continues to make and decorate their pottery at Shearwater.
510 Washington Avenue, Ocean Springs, Miss., (228) 872-3164 www.walterandersonmuseum.org