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 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
ART WALK SCHEDULE 2020: January 4: Carol Hallock, Swamp and Circumstance 111 February 1: Group Show, Beadecked: Mardi Gras February 25 March 7: Larry” Kip” Hayes, Old Times Not Forgotten
With the COVID 19 Quarantine, all Art Walks are cancelled until further notice. The New Shows will be online. Call and email for more information.
April 4: William B. Crowell, Pass a Good Time May 2: Terry Kenney, New Orleans Shotguns, Locked & Loaded June 6: Anne Pappas, Coffee & Cocktails July 4: NO ART WALK Group Show: Smalls for the Walls August 1: Chuck Broussard September 5: Elayne Kuehler October 3: Carol Hallock November 7: Diego Larguia December 5: Will Smith Jr., 20 20 Perspective
APRIL: William B. Crowell, Pass A Good Time!
William B. Crowell is a contemporary acrylic artist who specializes in Louisiana subjects. He feels strongly about the spirit, culture, and uniqueness of the area, and his work reflects this affection. He worked as a mechanical designer for Chevron before pursuing art full time in 2008. During this time, Chevron commissioned him to do a seven painting series on the oil industry for their Northpark campus in Covington.
He is one of the few acrylic artists who have raised the medium to a high art. New techniques, such as an “air-brush effect” intrigue him; and he imparts his knowledge and skills in local workshops. Painting gives me real joy and a sense of accomplishment, from developing an idea and bringing it to visual life. He is a member of the Society for Arts in Health Care and the Arts Council of New Orleans. His paintings have won awards in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, and Illinois, and appear in several public and private collections, including the New Orleans Museum of Art, his “Ellis Marsalis” in the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Museum on Rampart and a painting in the George Ohr Museum in Biloxi.
The current show, Pass A Good Time, invites the viewer to recall the spring festival season in New Orleans, – The Jazz and Heritage Festival, the French Quarter Fest and even the delights of City Park. If you paint something, we will always have that painting to remind people of our past, Crowell says. If not, many of these scenes will fade away forever. This sentiment is especially poignant now that Louisiana is closed until further notice.
FEAST for the EYES! THE FOOD COURT Paintings of New Orleans Favorite Food and Dining Experiences ….Catch your favorite oyster shucker at Pascal Manales or server at Cafe du Monde!