Debbie Fleming Caffery

An exhibition of recent photographs taken in Mexico and in the Southwest by Debbie Fleming Caffery will be presented at the Arthur Roger Gallery. Read More

Elemore Morgan, Jr.

Working primarily with acrylics on masonite panels and mixed media on paper, Elemore Morgan, Jr. has become known for his luminous, gestural paintings which reflect the dramatic skies and vast spaces of the prairies and marshes of south Louisiana. Read More

Jim Richard - Room with Deer

Jim Richard

Jim Richard’s interiors provide a melancholy yet trenchant social parody through the imposition of startlingly modernist sculpture into beautiful yet disturbing settings. Read More

Stephen Paul Day

The Arthur Roger Gallery is presenting “Burning the Red Sea,” Stephen Paul Day’s opera inspired installation fusing sculpture, video, sound and light. Read More

David Ivie

David Ivie's exhibition of new watercolor paintings have the overall appearance of harmony that comes with the viewers first glance, but upon investigation, prove to portray a sardonic interpretation of the human psyche. Read More

Robert Taplin

“The Five Outer Planets” is an exhibition at Arthur Roger Gallery by renowned sculptor Robert Taplin. The solar system’s outer planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, are envisioned as a troupe of men. Read More

George Dureau

The most recent paintings in George Dureau's exhibition at Arthur Roger Gallery are distinguished by the artist’s singular ability to render the beauty of the human figure in compositions inspired by allegorical scenes from great paintings and sculpture in western art. Read More

John Dugdale

The Arthur Roger Gallery is presenting an exhibition of recent photographs of John Dugdale, one of the leading photographers of the 20th century. Read More

George Nakajima

George Nakajima's inaugural exhibition of oil paintings at Arthur Roger Gallery showcase how he remarkably executes the human figure in his work. Read More

Mitchell Gaudet

"Curio" is an exhibition of recent work by the glass artist Mitchell Gaudet featuring a collection of found objects and old bottles, circa 1850-1950, that were dug in New Orleans. Read More