Gallery 600 Julia features talented Louisiana artists in curated monthly shows in the front room. With a superior and varied selection of artistic style and technique, the gallery always has an impressive and changing inventory of fine paintings. Art Walk is hosted by all the galleries in the Arts District in the evening on the first Saturday of each month, usually 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
ART WALK SCHEDULE 2018: JAN 6: Terry Kenney, Another Side of the Tracks FEBRUARY: Mardi Gras Group Show , Here Comes the Big Chief with Michelle Dashev MAR 3: Larry ‘Kip’ Hayes, Cotton Fields Back Home APR 7: Carol Hallock, Swamp and Circumstance MAY 5: Arts District’s Jammin’ on Julia, Elayne Kuehler Lifeblood de la Louisiane JUN 2: Stephanie Reed JULY 7: Tricentennial Show AUG 4: Arts District’s White Linen Night, Chuck Broussard SEPT 1: Adam Hall OCT 6: Art for Art’s Sake, William B. Crowell NOV 3: Diego Larguia DEC 1: Champagne Sparkle, Linda Lesperance
APRIL 7, 2018: CAROL HALLOCK, Swamp and Circumstance
Carol Hallock, oil painting artist and environmentalist, lives on a home on stilts in Bayou Lacombe, Louisiana. She often paints the surrounding bayou and marsh from her “kayak”. “Geraldine” the egret is a favorite subject. Born and raised in Baton Rouge and a graduate of Louisiana State University, she is acclaimed for her use of expression and innovative color in a painterly style that might be termed “ loose realism”. Her plein-air studies on location have encouraged this artistic vision, (They) have allowed me to paint what I actually SEE not what a camera sees. We do not naturally see all of the detail that a camera does. Her brushstroke and heavy impasto add texture and movement to her compositions.
She has produced books of her work as well as “how to” professionally developed videos entitled The Art of Loose Painting, I-III, which are shown on over 110 TV stations across the nation. Her work has won many awards and also graces the cover of magazines and is reviewed in numerous press releases and periodicals. Hallock does commissioned and studio work as well as finding time to teach in the local art community.
SAMPLE OUT SMALL PLATES! THE FOOD COURT Miniature Paintings of New Orleans Favorite Food and Dining Experiences ….no painting larger than 8 x 8 inches!