Category: Blog

“Stone Sober” A Solo Show of Artwork from Kurt Pio

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… Read more »

“Femmes Des Fleurs”: The age-old idea of portraiture, but with a twist. A solo-show by Anna Kincaide

Inspired by fashion and design, Anna Kincaide creates portraits of stylized women disguised by avant-garde, floral-inspired hats. “I have fallen in love with the expression, mystery and disguise the hat pieces create. Costume has the ability be empowering and beautiful, allowing us to become someone new.” Join us for the opening evening of Anna Kincaide’s first ever solo-show at Gallery Orange on October 22nd 5-7pm…. Read more »

Dirty Linen Night 2016

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… Read more »

Gigi Mills solo show coming this month to a gallery near you !!

“Gallery Orange is proud to announce that we will be hosting a solo show for our dear friend and exquisite artist, Gigi Mills, March 23rd – April 14th, 2013 Mills’ show “The Deep South and Other Stories” will feature ä brand new collection of works on panel and paper  whose subject matter ranges from dreamy scenes… Read more »

Gigi Mills on YouTube

Our very first Gallery Orange YouTube production is about our wonderful Santa Fe based artist Gigi Mills.    

American Art Collector Article. Gigi Mills.

      American Art Collector 61 November 2010 Gigi Mills – Simple Elegance Gigi Mills is inspired by things she hears on the street, visual images she finds around her and an artistic need to simplify objects down to their fundamental shapes and colors. For Mills, her art is an attempt to quiet life… Read more »

More about Gigi Mills

Elizabeth Cook-Romero, writing for the Pasatiempo, notes that “Gigi Mills paints a world in flux.  Like the kaleidoscopic and fleeting manifestations of nature, every color and texture in Mills’ paintings seems as if it could change in the blink of an eye.”  Gigi’s recent sketches, collages, and paintings on panel do bear witness to an… Read more »

The “Less is More” simplicity of Gigi Mills

When the original fine works of Gigi Mills first arrived at Gallery Orange I was amazed at they drew the crowds in off the streets immediately. From people unknown to Gigi’s works to existing collectors from all around the US that were thrilled her works were now represented in New Orleans. Gigi Mills’ works are all… Read more »