Mark your calendars for our Fall shows:
7th of October: Anna Kincaide
21st of October: Heather Gauthier
11th of November: Kurt Pio
Receptions with each artist will be held from 5-8pm at 819 Royal Street.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information to follow.
Mark your calendars for our upcoming show featuring the artwork of Lyle Carbajal, Christina Foard & Gigi Mills. Opening night will be Saturday, April 29th. Reception with all three artist s present 5-8pm.
Gallery Orange is pleased to present “All By My Levee” a solo show by New Orleans artist Erica Lambertson.
Please join us on Saturday, February 4th starting at 6pm for a reception with the artist.
Erica Lambertson’s paintings are drawn directly from her day-to-day life in southern Louisiana: lush subtropical landscapes, torrential summer rains, thick humid air and the decay it brings, the swamp. Erica works with a vivid and harsh palette that reflects the intensity of her surroundings. Light and gesture fuel narratives that can be dramatic and moody or sometimes pensive and dreamy. Many paintings come from reoccurring dreams or half realized memories, sometimes stories that have been told several times by close friends or family members become paintings.
Erica has studied at numerous institutions, including the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art, the Center for Art and Culture in Aix en Provence, the University of New Orleans, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago before resettling in New Orleans in 2009. She currently lives and works out of her studio in the Uptown neighborhood of New Orleans.
Mark your calendar for Sean’s first ever solo show.
Saturday, April 8th @ Gallery Orange 819 Royal Street
Sean Friloux began working as a graphic designer and draftsman developing design and drawing principles. In 2014-2015 Sean studied bold watercolor methods under the guidance of Alvaro Castagnet and Joseph Zubkivic. Now working in both watercolor and oils allows Sean to fully explore light for a maximum impact. Sean’s recent subjects are scenes we see everyday and possibly overlook such as driving across town or the infrastructure of a city. They are not the obvious beautiful scenes, they are the everyday normal scenes depicted in a beautiful captivating light.
Gallery Orange, New Orleans is proud to present Capetown artist Kurt Pio’s debut solo show in the US. Kurt’s work has been shown for years by leading edge designers and in such global magazines as Conde Nast and Elle Decoration. He became quite the phenomenon in the US when his works went viral on art and social media websites in early 2015.
His only previous solo show featuring the gemstone paintings was in Antwerp, Belgium, the diamond capital of the world. Now it is with great pleasure that Gallery Orange presents Kurt’s collections of gem and recent champagne paintings in his first solo show in America.
While he created his champagne collection for his own enjoyment as a celebration of his birthday, other viewers became enamored with this body of work. Sharing the public’s excitement, Gallery Orange feels a solo show is due, so we are pairing Kurt’s two bodies of work, the established gem collection and the newer champagne collection, in a one stunning show titled “Stone Sober”.
Kurt’s gem paintings grew from a 2011 experience as an artist-in-residence in Amsterdam. Feeling a bit homesick for his native South Africa, he began drawing patterns resembling diamonds and exploring the depths of South Africa’s natural resources. Inspired by the country’s large diamond and gem deposits and mines, he had the idea to paint a faceted object, like a gem, onto a similarly shaped canvas, thereby creating an especially spectacular work of art. To make his specially crafted and hand-stretched canvases, it took nearly 2 years of trial and error while working closely with a skilled woodcrafter. The results of this process are the lifelike and unique works of art for which his is renowned.
“In the early days of these artworks, no one really showed any interest,” Kurt said, “but I enjoyed the pieces and so I kept making them. It wasn’t until in 2014 did the gems really started getting a lot of press and art media attention and take off.”
Gallery Orange is always searching and striving to bring the best and youngest emerging talent to the easel and Kurt Pio is no exception. We are thrilled to host Kurt’s solo show at the gallery and look forward to introducing his works to new collectors and art lovers nationwide.
“Stone Sober” will be on show at Gallery Orange at 819 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 from November 12 through November 22, 2016. An opening reception will be held on November 12th from 5:00- 8:00pm. RSVP @ email@example.com For further information, please visit her website www.gallery-orange.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
15th Annual Dirty Linen Night is Saturday, August 13th.
Experience REAL New Orleans culture while walking the streets of the French Quarter and experiencing all of the art, food, and drinks that this City has to offer. http://dirtylinennola.com/
We hope to see you all at the the gallery (819 Royal St) for one of the best Royal Street events of the year.
New Orleans Food & Wine Experience’s Royal Street Stroll is this Friday, May 27th.
A true New Orleans “experience!” This definitive evening event of the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience brings together New Orleans’ greatest gifts – rare antiques, fine art, live jazz, and stunning historic architecture, with the world’s most outstanding wines. Shop the enchanting galleries of Royal Street while experiencing wine offerings at each stop and food tent along the way.
Stop on by Gallery Orange!
For more information, check out http://www.nowfe.com/event-details/royal-street-roll
This February Art Below travels to USA to celebrate Mardi Gras by ‘Turning Ad Space into Art Space’ on the streets of New Orleans! 16 international artists have been specially selected to showcase their work on billboard space traditionally used for advertising. Running alongside the billboard display the artwork will also be available to view at Gallery Orange, based on the historic Royal Street, in the French Quarter