Willie Birch - Going Home

Willie Birch

In this series of paintings Willie Birch documents a community and culture devastated by Hurricane Katrina; however, an undercurrent of optimism and celebration remain evident in the work. Read More

Gene Koss - Silo

Gene Koss

Gene Koss’ Silo sculpture was in fabrication for five years and even endured the ravages of wind and water from Hurricane Katrina, which flooded the artist’s studio in Belle Chasse. Read More

Robert Gordy - Untitled Female Head (1486)

Robert Gordy

The profound, incredibly forceful late monotypes presented in this exhibition are Robert Gordy's very last works. Read More

Al Souza - Kingfish

Al Souza

In this exhibition Al Souza continues his investigations into the aesthetic and conceptual properties of die-cut jigsaw puzzles, removing individual images from an original whole and arranging them onto the surfaces as he sees fit. Read More

Ed Whiteman - The Great Katrina Flood

Michael Willmon

A master of composition, color and brush handling, Michael Willmon expresses his unique apocalyptic vision in his meticulously painted vistas that are often filled with cavorting skeletal figures and depicted in a compelling monochromatic color palette. Read More

Clyde Connell-Notations C

Clyde Connell

This exhibition will bring together works completed in the last years of Clyde Connell's life together with earlier paintings and sculptures already held in private collections. Read More

Ed Whiteman - Sage #2

Edward Whiteman

Drawing on ideas and motifs from the environment and from objects both natural and man-made which are modified by time, weather and use, Ed Whiteman constructs paintings from paper and canvas. Read More

Dawn Dedeaux - Hurricane Suite in Nine Movements

Dawn DeDeaux

"Pattern: The Order of Chaos" brings together works created by DeDeaux just prior to Katrina which were destroyed and are now recreated together with post-Katrina works. Read More

Ida Kohlmeyer - Composition 92-1

Ida Kohlmeyer

The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures and a special late wall sculpture by the artist. Several of Ida Kohlmeyer’s works in the commemorative exhibition have never been exhibited before. Read More

Various Artists

The Arthur Roger Gallery is pleased to present "New Urban Vistas," an exhibition of contemporary photographs whose ambitious, large scale color photographs focus on urban centers in North and South America, Europe and Asia. Read More