Hall-Barnett Gallery in New Orleans, LA
While in the New Orleans, French Quarter, walk through an exhibit of stimulating artwork at 237 Chartres Street. Created under the direction of Howard T. Barnett, the tradition of encouraging new artists continues. Now under the care of Ann and Holly Barnett, visitors have the opportunity to mingle about this corridor and purchase items for sale. After you've embarked upon your guided tour New Orleans, be sure to visit this astounding gal
With dozens of contemporary pieces in the encompassing diversity at the Hall-Barnett Gallery, guests find the curators happy to assist. Whether just looking or in the market for a new piece of art, everyone is welcome to explore. Ranging from lovely sales to high end price range, the gallery is suitable for all. If interested in a particular style, simply inquire for their professional advice.
The original Hall-Barnett Gallery began two dozen years ago on Exchange Alley in New Orleans by Ann Hall Barnett. Eventually, Ann???s daughter, Holly, opened the present gallery on Chartres Street. This mother and daughter team continue to encourage artists in their works of creative energy. Sharing the variety of whimsical, abstract, landscape visions under one magical roof.
The Hall-Barnett Gallery is the proud location for the LaLa Land exhibition. An event sponsored by the Preservation Resource Center and the Museum of Art of New Orleans. Extending excellent insight into the history and intrigue of the French Quarter and the general vicinity. While in the area, sign out for one of the wonderful walking tours to gain an inside perspective on the colorful history of this region. Explore many vacation packages to New Orleans and enjoy an unforgettable time.
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