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Fire House Loft

A home for creativity and community... Fire House Loft is an art gallery and community gathering space tucked away upstairs at the iconic white firehouse on Magazine Street. Built in 1872, the historic Bouligny firehouse first housed the neighborhood's volunteer fire department. Now, this iconic property serves as a temporary home for the works of […]

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Zana Brown Studio

Blossoming with flowers, artist Zana Ranđelović Brown’s women celebrate the exuberance of the feminine mystique. While Zana is known as an “art nomad” whose work can be found in private and public collections throughout the world, she anchored herself on Magazine Street just a year ago by opening Zana Brown Studio Gallery. The gallery found […]

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Pollack Glass Studio & Gallery

Pollack Glass Studio and Gallery is a private atelier in New Orleans, Louisiana, founded by Andrew Pollack and his friends and family. With emphasis on lampworked glass techniques, Andrew teaches and features his artwork alongside other talented artists. Andrew has worked with schools in the community for over 15 years. This space serves as a […]

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New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts

An Art Academy offering classes and workshops in the visual arts for adults and children, for beginners to the more advanced artist. Also, a Gallery holding exhibits featuring internationally recognized artists, open to the public.

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Sullivan Gallery and Alain Cuneo Glass

An Art Gallery showcasing mostly new and established artists with a penchant for more eclectic images, whether they be paintings sculpture or mix media. Also open by appointment.

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Jillian Mac Fine Art

Presenting an international array of artists, including French modernist Françoise Gilot, American master Dean Mitchell, outsider artist Géza Brunow, textile artist Rodrigo Franzão, local sculptor Steve Martin and photographers David Leslie Anthony and Sandro Miller. Also offering Rolland Golden paintings and drawings from the collection of Mrs. Stella Golden.

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Art by Christy

Original artwork, prints, home decor, clothing and merchandises by Christy Boutte. Christy is a deaf artist who finger paints. She also blings out her artwork using unconventional materials. Most of her art is all things Louisiana and Nola inspired with bling bling. As Christy states, bling is her thing.

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Elise Allen Art

Elise Allen is a contemporary artist with expertise in textured multimedia. Elise is heavily influenced by her early mentor, internationally renowned pop artist Ashley Longshore. Trained in New York City, she specializes in Venetian Plaster, and she has developed a name for herself in the industry creating highly textured, abstract, and acrylic pieces. Allen's work […]

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Casey Langteau Art

Casey Langteau Art is a fine art gallery catering to modern homes that needs a splash of personality and southern charm. Casey is known for creating large statement pieces in calming hues. She uses palette knives to obtain thick, touchable texture with acrylics and gel mediums. She uses this impasto technique to describe coastal creatures […]

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Esom Art - Tony & Tracey Mose

Artist Gallery/Studio. Original work by Tony & Tracey Mose. TONY MOSE | ARTIST Tony paints with acrylics—sometimes introducing mixed media—on canvas as well as on birch panels. He also creates plaster sculptures, which he then paints. For Tony, his inspiration comes from within. When approaching a canvas, he lets his brush speak through him with […]

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Carol Robinson Gallery

Contemporary Southern works by regional artists since 1980

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