Sunday, March 18, 2007

St. Claude Gallery Hop

This Saturday, March 24, Barrister's Gallery , Farrington Smith Gallery and l'art Noir New Orleans have coordinated their openings to offer you a gallery-hopping experience St. Claude Ave.-style.

For Barrister's Gallery, this is also an inaugural show at their new location of 2331 St. Claude Ave. and Spain. I saw the space at about the halfway point in its construction, and it promised to be very nice. The show is new works on paper by Myrtle Von Damitz, III and is entitled, "I'm Running Out of Coffee and It Smells Like Rotten Onions." The artist's reception on Saturday is from 4-9 p.m.

At Farrington Smith Gallery, there will be paintings by Steve Richardson and Katherine Thompson. Our artist's reception will be from 6-9 pm, and you can find us at 2514 St. Claude Ave. at Franklin.

Furthur down the way at 4108 St. Claude Ave., l'art Noir is opening their Comic Art Show, which includes work by Tony "Baloney" Juliano, Henriette Valium, and Caeser Meadows.

We're excited to be building on the art scene over here in the Marigny/Bywater; please stop by any or all of these shows this Saturday, March 24!

-from Amy Farrington

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Additionally, The Waiting Room Gallery will also have an opening. Located 2 blocks from St Claude Avenue at 906 Pauline, the Waiting Room will show works by BUNNY including ink drawings, hand tinted photographs and textiles, as well as works by gallery owners Bill Warren and Pati D'Amico.

Opening hours from 7-10pm. March 24.