John Waters - Eat Me

John Waters

In “Unwatchable” John Waters reveals that he’s no longer satisfied to sit at home shooting stills from movies he screens on his television monitor. Waters has now gone both high tech and high style to lampoon, beguile and surprise, always with a satirical edge all his own. Read More

Srdjan Loncar

Srdjan Loncar creates a witty yet sophisticated combination of sculpture and photography. His work is concerned with the reproduction of known actual objects that are natural and organic, political, historical, domestic and mundane. A Read More

Nicole Charbonnet

Charbonnet uses stereotypical images of America as a way of exploring our past and present perceptions of ourselves and others, as well as our identity as members of a society and as citizens of a country that now seems to be in transition and in the process of redefining its values, agenda and role in relationships. Read More

John Geldersma - Spirit Poles

John Geldersma

John Geldersma works primarily in wood and has produced a wide array of pieces in archetypal forms. Read More

David Bates - Barn Owl II

David Bates

Bates’ "Grassy Lake" oil paintings on paper and canvas are boldly mannered, sublimely colored, beautifully crafted compositions. Read More

Simon Gunning - Fidgeting with Infinity

Simon Gunning

Finding inspiration and an artistic voice in Louisiana’s watery landscape, this collection of work forces the viewer to see the region as it really is: old, worn, and disturbing. Read More

Pard Morrison - Where I End and You Begin

Pard Morrison

Pard Morrison’s "Pick Up," blends rectilinear forms and decorative grids in bold color-field works that blur the distinction between painting and sculpture. Read More

John Alexander - Night Gardener

John Alexander

John Alexander’s exhibition features several large-scale paintings that capture a wealth of small details from his close observation and personal engagement with the infinitely rich natural world. Read More

John Scott - Third World Banquet Table

John Scott

Celebrated artist John T. Scott was recently recognized in a comprehensive exhibition organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art, which traced the technical, aesthetic and political evolution of his work over the past forty years. Selections from this recent exhibition will be on view at the Arthur Roger Gallery Project, 730 Tchoupitoulas Street. Read More

Lin Emery - Pointing

Lin Emery

Historically inspired by the forms and forces of nature, Lin Emery’s new kinetic sculpture is derived from the forms and forces of industry. Read More