Exhibitions

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Darn That Dream

Jim Richard

“Darn That Dream” features small- to large-scale works rendered in Flashe, oil and gouache, on canvas, linen and paper. The recent works continue the artist’s remarkable series of paintings that depict high style interiors and exteriors flecked with period furniture, kitsch objects, and works of art usually with a modernist flavor. Read More

Yellow Tent, 2015 | Acrylic on canvas | 16 x 20 inches
Water and Bugs

Lisa Sanditz

Working from location, memory and sometimes imagination, Lisa Sanditz composes vibrantly colored landscapes and nature-inspired works that explore the complex coexistence of mankind and natural forces. This exhibition includes several small- to large-scale works on canvas and paper, as well as a ceramic work. Read More

Dark Double, 2016 | Acrylic on canvas | 79 x 95 inches

Amy Feldman

Amy Feldman creates seemingly simple, large-scale gray abstractions notable for their visual impact and droll sense of humor. She explores how images and signs are perceived and distilled, and then draws attention to humanness in her work through its iconic language and subtle variation. Read More

Forest, 2014 | Acrylic on canvas | 84 x 105 inches

Wayne Gonzales

Wayne Gonzales is a self-described analytic painter. His work addresses the pliancy of photography and its relationship to history and memory. He culls source images online and from his personal collection, and dissects them to understand the various physical and emotional layers within before reassembling their valued parts on canvas. Read More

Head, 1993 | Video (color, sound) | 2:49 minutes

Cheryl Donegan

Cheryl Donegan is an American conceptual artist especially known for her video works that address issues of art politics, particularly the clichés of the female body. Her work, which incorporates both traditional and contemporary video elements, has been described as, “direct, irreverent, and infused with an ironic eroticism.” Read More

Doreen Ketchens, 2015 | Oil on linen | 34 x 36 inches
City Portraits - New Orleans

John Hartman

City Portraits – New Orleans presents paintings of aerial views of the city and the surrounding parishes. The small- to large-scale works on panel and linen reflect the artist’s unique and vibrant color palette, and reveal his enduring esteem for the city and her contours. Unique to this new body of work is the addition of incorporated portraits of revered local musicians. Read More

From a Distance, 2015 | Cast glass and core ten steel | 150 x 69 ½ x 228 inches
From a Distance

Gene Koss

From a Distance features recent sculpture by renowned glass artist Gene Koss that reveal evolutions of earlier themes as well as new. Drawing inspiration from New Orleans and the rural Wisconsin landscapes of his youth, Koss masterfully constructs cast-glass forms paired with found or fabricated steel, creating works that examine balance, light and mass. The sculptures range from small-scale to monumental, some of which weigh several tons. Read More

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Courtney Egan

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an interactive digital video projection by Courtney Egan. The exhibition will be on view in the Arthur Roger Gallery New Media Space, located at 432 Julia Street, from December 5, 2015 – January 30, 2016. Read More

Study for Pattern (Blue Peony), 2011-15 | Acrylic, plaster and paper on canvas | 48 x 36 inches
All You Need Know

Nicole Charbonnet

This exhibition features medium- to large-scale paintings based on motifs from wallpaper, textiles or other pattern-based art and design. There are recognizable images from noteworthy artists such as Bridget Riley, Cy Twombly, as well as Orla Kiely’s iconic leaf pattern. Read More

After the Rain (Methane), 2014-15 | Oil on Belgian linen | 54 x 65 ½ inches
The Other Landscape

Jacqueline Bishop

This exhibition includes small- to large-scale oil paintings on panel and linen, as well as medium-scale collages with watercolor on paper which reveal the artist’s continued exploration of landscape painting and the complex connections between climate change, species extinction and migration. Read More

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