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 with refreshments on the First Saturday from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, unless otherwise noted.

The Gallery will be open from 9:30am – 4:00 pm and odd hours by appointment. 

Please see Visiting Artists for the ultra realistic art of Ralph Songy.

ART WALK SCHEDULE 2024   First Saturday, 6:00-8:00PM  unless otherwise noted

January 6: Michey Asche  Louisiana Menagerie   February 3: Group Show: The Passing Parades featuring Linda Lesperance  All Mardi Gras-themes art can be found as well under Current Exhibitions 3 for those who imagine Mardi Gras as a state of mind all year long in New Orleans

March 2: John Killeen   From The Street   April 6:  Steve Bourgeois  Nature’s Palette  May 4: Carol Hallock   A Pelican State of Mind  June 1: Spencer Shultz  Nightlights July 6: Carol Scott, Summertime Lacunae  August 3: WHITE LINEN NIGHT   Will Smith, Jr. September 7: Camille Barnes  October 5: Elayne Kuehler  November  2: Carol Scott  Galloping   December 7: Thomas Lofton

JUNE 1  Spencer Schulz  Nightlights

Introducing New Orleans artist Spencer Schulz. Light and color in broad strokes characterize his impressionist paintings of bars, clubs and restaurants. He is a self-taught local artist, originally from Palm Harbor, Florida. Spencer initially gravitated towards the musical arts, playing guitar and singing in a heavy metal band with his brothers and composing electronic music. He attended Columbia University, where he played football and graduated with a degree in Economics, all the while continuing to write electronic music.. In 2007, Spencer moved to New Orleans to attend Tulane Law School and has lived in the city ever since.

His journey into painting began in the summer of 2012, Hurricane Isaac rolled through New Orleans; and he and his now-wife Georgia lost power. Bored and out of liquor, Georgia suggested they paint. Spencer focuses primarily on capturing New Orleans’ nightlife. Using a bold, expressive, and colorful style, Spencer paints what he calls “love letters” to his favorite bars and music venues.

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.


MARDI GRAS IS A NEW ORLEANS STATE OF MIND!  A tribute to our year-round culture bearers. with marching bands, Indians, Bone Gangs and Baby Dolls!