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CUE's 2015 Home Resource Guide: Art Galleries/Framing Services 

Arthur Roger Gallery
432 Julia St., (504) 522-1999;
Multiple exhibition spaces showcase the work of local and national artists, including George Dureau and Luis Cruz Azaceta.

Artisans' Well
2372 St. Claude Ave., Suite 124W, (504) 376-5006;
artisanswell The gallery specializes in handmade Talavera and black clay ceramics, hand-blown glass, baskets and wooden sculptures from Latin American artists.

Boyd | Satellite
440 Julia St., (504) 581-2440;
The contemporary gallery represents established local and international artists alongside emerging talent. The paintings and drawings, mixed-media pieces, photography and sculpture here are highly collectible and often socially conscious.

Callan Contemporary
518 Julia St., (504) 525-0518;
The gallery exhibits contemporary, abstract and figurative art from emerging and established American and international artists.

Carol Robinson Gallery
840 Napoleon Ave., (504) 895-6130;
This contemporary gallery represents national and regional artists in a diversity of styles and media. Custom framing, art consultation and fine furniture are also offered.

Cole Pratt Gallery
3800 Magazine St., (504) 891-6789;
The contemporary gallery showcases the works of Southern artists.

Frame City & Art Gallery
3544 W. Esplanade Ave. Suite 4, Metairie, (504) 887-9146;
The business offers custom framing with a wide selection of mouldings. Limited-edition posters are available, as well as photography and giclees.

Galerie Rue Toulouse
509 Royal St., (504) 581-5881;
The Royal Street gallery showcases contemporary French originals and giclees from Denis Lebecq, Eric LePape, Georges Cabot and other artists.

Gallery 3954
3954 Magazine St., (504) 400-9032;
Offerings include fine art, lighting and furnitre by Adele Sypesteyn, Fifi Laughlin, Lume, Niermann Weeks, Reworks and Kathy Slater.

A Gallery for Fine Photography
241 Chartres St., (504) 568-1313;
The gallery showcases fine art photography dating back to 1840 and rare photographs from masters including Ansel Adams and Herman Leonard.

Hemmerling Gallery of Southern Art
733 Royal St., (504) 524-0909;
Hemmerling's original oil paintings and giclees depict African-American subjects.

Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art
600 Julia St., (504) 895-7375;
The gallery specializes in Louisiana artists and Gulf Coast pottery.

Jed Malitz V2 Gallery
615 Julia St., (985) 773-0458;
"Windows Into Souls" glass sculptures redirect light to simultaneously depict both their subject and soul. Artist Jed Malitz produces 3-D cut-glass sculptures and artworks using photographic ink on metal panels.

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
400A Julia St., (504) 522-5471;
The gallery offers art consultation, special events, installation services and fine art ranging from paintings and sculptures to mixed media and installation pieces.

LeMieux Galleries
332 Julia St., (504) 522-5988;
LeMieux's pieces include fine art, handmade crafts, limited-edition prints and photographs by Southern artists. Custom framing is available.

Lizano's Glass Haus
730 Martin Behrman Ave., Metairie, (504) 454-1144;
New Orleans-inspired creations range from traditional stained glass and home decor to contemporary kiln-fired, fused-glass art.

Martine Chaisson Gallery
727 Camp St., (504) 302-7942;
Original contemporary art includes paintings, drawings, photography and sculptures for both commercial and individual environments. The gallery and event space regularly hosts art exhibitions.

Moss Street Gallery
331 Eliza St., (504) 319-3730;
Moss Street Gallery is home to local artist Corey Allen's oil paintings and reproduction prints. Commission pieces also are available.

Soren Christensen Gallery
400 Julia St., (504) 569-9501;
There are works from more than 30 local, national and international artists. Complimentary services include art consultation, digital mock-ups, delivery and professional installation, design and corporate collection assistance.

Tanner Gallery
830 Royal St., (504) 524-8266;
The art gallery offers original paintings and limited-edition reproductions, with a focus on serene deptictions of trees and an atmosphere that offers respite from the boisterous French Quarter.


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