Exhibitions

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

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

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

Lin Emery

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of sculpture by Lin Emery. The exhibition will be on view at Arthur Roger Gallery, located at 432 Julia Street, from October 3 – November 28, 2015. The gallery will host an opening reception, with the artist in attendance, Saturday, October 3 from 6-9 pm in conjunction with Art for Arts’ Sake. Read More

Simon Gunning

Simon Gunning's appreciation for the local scenery – from streets to swamps – has never waned, as is evident in his renowned paintings of the Southern Louisiana landscape. This exhibition, the artist’s fourth with the gallery, includes recent works on canvas and paper. Read More

Willie Birch

Willie Birch has always been a storyteller, sharing with us his observations of everyday objects and imagery that have had a direct impact on him, and subtly extracting the patterns and symbology inherent within. Recently, the artist has begun to specifically examine the interconnections between the examined elements and how, when coupled together, the initial meanings expand and create yet another layer – a language both seen and unseen. Read More

Whitfield Lovell

"Whitfield Lovell: First Impressions" features the artist's celebrated, bold assemblages of charcoal drawings on vintage wood paired with multivalent objects collectively illuminating the African American experience. Also exhibited, for the first time, are the artist’s lithograph prints – exquisitely detailed visages on wood veneer, vellum and vintage wallpaper flecked with floral and decorative patterns. Read More

David Bates

Coastal Paintings is David Bates’ eighth exhibition with the gallery and consists of small- to large-scale oil paintings on canvas and panel. Employing his distinctive bold style, Bates continues to document the people and landscapes of the Gulf Coast. Read More

Lin Emery

This exhibition of new kinetic sculptures by Lin Emery features large-scale and pedestal works, as well as two suspended works. The elements in the sculptures continue to be derived from nature and adopt natural elements such as wind to set them in motion. The two suspended works – one ceiling- and the other wall-mounted – are motorized. This is the artist’s tenth exhibition with the gallery. Read More

Frederick J. Brown

This exhibition features seven medium-scale works on canvas and paper painted between 2001-2010, two years before the artist’s death. The colorful works are all portraits ranging from anonymous subjects to the revered Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong. Each work reveals the artist’s unique interpretations of the human face, evoking the work of artists such as Pablo Picasso and Max Beckmann. Read More