Gallery Insider

4. Ave July 13

 

 

CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

Image Credit: Michael Wilson, Crown series, graphite on paper

Stella Jones Gallery
Place St. Charles, 201 St. Charles Ave., #132
504.568.9050
StellaJonesGallery.com

For almost 25 years STELLA JONES GALLERY has exhibited museum-quality Black art and art of the Diaspora in a first floor gallery at Place St. Charles, in the heart of New Orleans’ Business District. Located just a block from the French Quarter, this unique space was named one of the FOUR SPOTS THAT HAVE TRANSFORMED THE ARTS DISTRICT INTO NOLA’S HOTTEST NEIGHBORHOOD by in 2017. The gallery was also awarded a 2018 Downtown NOLA Award for exceptional accomplishments.

 

Image Credit: “Watermelon Daze” 48×48”, Greg Creason, Acrylic, foil, blown glass and resin on board-mounted canvas

Creason’s Fine Art Gallery
829 Chartres Street
504.345.2243
creasonsfineartgallery.com

Creason’s Fine Art Gallery, located at 829 Chartres Street, one-half block from Jackson Square, features the artwork of Greg Creason, Harry Mayronne and guest artists. Creason’s paintings, with the use of blown glass scraps, are awe inspiring and are pieces that “you must see in person!” Complementing Creason’s paintings are the whimsical marionettes/hanging sculptures of Harry Mayronne, a French Quarter local living legend.

 

WAREHOUSE ARTS DISTRICT

Image Credit: “Shadows” by Kris Wenschuh oil on panel 24 x 38 1/2

LeMieux Galleries
332 Julia Street
504.522.5988
 mail@lemieuxgalleries.com

Since 1983, the mission of LeMieux Galleries has been to unite seasoned collectors and new art enthusiasts with artists from the Gulf South. In 2015, long time employees Christy Wood and Jordan Blanton purchased the gallery. Since then they have widened the gallery’s focus on art of the Southern United States and expanded their roster to include more emerging artists. In addition to fine art they also offer custom picture framing.

 

Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
504.539.9650
ogdenmuseum.org

Ogden Museum is excited to welcome the community back and share its new exhibitions, “Entwined: Ritual Wrapping and Binding in Contemporary Southern Art” and “Revelations: Recent Photography Acquisitions,” along with the exhibitions opened before its closure, “Melvin Edwards: Crossroads, presented by The Helis Foundation” and “What Music is Within: Black Abstraction from the Permanent Collection.” Come See the South at the O!

 

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