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, usually from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Hours may differ during the pandemic.

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 April 4: William B. Crowell, Pass a Good Time  May 2: Terry Kenney, Locked & Loaded, New Orleans Shotguns   June 6: Anne Pappas, Coffee & Cocktails    July 11:  Two for the Show with William B. Crowell and Terry Kenney  August  1:  Carol Hallock, Bayou Bravura    September  5: Elayne Kuehler  October 3: Carol Hallock   November  7: Diego Larguia  December  5: Will Smith Jr., 20 20 Perspective

PHASE TWO COVID-19 REOPENING:   The Gallery will be open from 10:00am – 3:00pm Monday-Saturday or again by appointment.  Please wear masks… safe environment!  All the galleries will be open successive Saturdays, 10-5 pm,  in August to celebrate Fall’s Art Opening in town.


With her seemingly effortless brand of “loose realism”, Northshore artist and environmentalist Carol Hallock paints close to her Bayou Lacombe home. Her show opens in August, 2020 and brings the varied moods of Louisiana’s lowlands. From a rare vantage point afforded by often painting from her kayak, she captures the all the subtle nuances of color and light. 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.

With an authentic palette of blues, greens and greys, the fluid brushstrokes create movement and the heavy impasto adds texture. Bayou Bravura indeed! Many of her canvases are large-scaled so the viewer is immersed in a bayou or marsh environment.

She has produced books of her work as well as “how to” professionally developed videos entitled The Art of Loose Painting, 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.

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 Cafe du Monde!

Introducing Contemporary Realist Ralph Songy to the Gallery Food Court!