Current Exhibitions

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.  Gallery 600 Julia hosts the artist reception on the First Saturday from 5:00pm -8:00pm.

The Gallery will be open from 9:30am – 3:30 pm and, if requested, 4:00 pm Monday-Saturday or by appointment.  The mask mandate has been lifted…

ART WALK SCHEDULE   2021:  January 9:  Carol Scott, Scott’s Color Rhapsody   February 6: Group Show Gallery Gras, featuring Sean Randall,   March 6: Camille Barnes, Louisiana Comfort  April 3: Chuck Broussard , Louisiana Prairie Sun Daze  May 1: Linda Lesperance, Cultural Connections June 5: Mitch Overby , Pastures and Paddocks  July 3: Larry “Kip” Hayes & Linda Lesperance, Red, White and Blessed   August 7: Carol Hallock, Gone Bananas  September 4: Sean Randall, The Living & The Dead  October 2: William B. Crowell, Eclectic Avenue  November 6: Charles G. Smith, New Work  December 4:  Diego Larguia, Home Orleans: Perspectives on Land and Water 

Please see Visiting Artists for the art of Mitch Overby and Ralph Songy.


Please note that for January, 2022, the Art Walk is on the SECOND Saturday because of New Year on the First.

January 8: Steve Bourgeois, Notes of Color   February 5:  Mardi Gras Group Show, Electric Dreams   March 5: Elayne Kuehler  April 2: Stephanie Reed   May 7: Mickey Asche   June 4: William Crowell   July 2 Group Show, New Orleans Past Revisited  August 6: Will Smith, Jr.   September 3: Anne M. Pappas   October 1: Carol Scott, The Golden Afternoon  November 5: Thomas Lofton   December 3: Carol Hallock

DECEMBER 4:  Diego Larguia, Home Orleans, Perspectives on Land & Water

Larguia, a New Orleans artist, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He moved to the States in 1991, and studied art in Florida and then with Don Anderson, Jerome Weinberger and Phil Sandusky at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts. He is now a faculty member there, teaching oil painting and watercolor for over ten years. His painterly realist landscapes are done en plein air around the neighborhoods of the city, with a fondness for the Holy Cross neighborhood where he now lives.

Influenced by such diverse masters as Sorolla, Sargent and Monet, he says his objective is to capture that specific point in time and place, just as it is presented to him, communicating his perspective. His compositions are filled with light and air with solid underlying draftsmanship. His brushstrokes are vivacious with a developing style that imparts texture and saturated color to the canvas. Known for his landscape and local street compositions, he is equally proficient in still life and portraiture.

FEAST for the EYES!  THE FOOD COURT  Paintings of New Orleans Favorite Food and Dining Experiences ….Catch your favorite New Orleans dish or server at the Cafe du Monde!  Many of these paintings fit into the “Smalls for the Walls” category, a size which can be placed almost anywhere.

Introducing Contemporary Realist Ralph Songy to the Gallery Food Court!


IN NEW ORLEANS, MARDI GRAS IS A STATE OF MIND!  A tribute to our year-round culture bearers…