Wednesday, September 25, 2013

I Have Moved to New Gallery!!  June 1, 2013


In the heart of the French Quarter of NOLA

My work is displayed in this area - I am attaching some pictures from our Anniversary Party in August 2013.
And a few pictures of my new
Mug Shot pieces - 


Monday, May 14, 2012

New Location in French Quarter

Nouvelle Lune Gallery Closed on May 31, 2013 and I have moved to Green Eyed Gator Gallery @ 901 Chartres Street, NOLA 
Come see my work in its new location at NOUVELLE LUNE GALLERY  at 938 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA in the heart of the French Quarter.  Open Wednesday - Sunday 10-6.  

Stop in and see my work and the other artists whose work is similar to mine.
Visit Nouvelle Lune on Facebook too...


Saturday, November 27, 2010

Encaustic Wax Pieces

I am doing some new stuff with encaustic wax. Here are a couple of new pieces I have done that were at the Po-boy Festival in November. The bottle is wax and the circus box is wax too. The mug shot frame is covered in dictionary pages and aged in various inks.
See what you think..

Remember my art is always at the Gallery 421 in Covington, located at 421 Columbia Street...


Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Oak Street Po-Boy Fest - Sunday November 14th 2010

I am pleased to say I was one of the 30 artists selected to be in the Artist Village at the New Orleans Oak Street Po-Boy Festival which has grown over the past three or so years to be a HUGE event. This will be my third year selling my art at the fest.

Each year is a learning experience as they are growing and learning too. From what I understand this year, the fest will be along eight blocks of Oak Street and the Artist Village will be across the street from Jacques-Imo's Cafe and next door to Frenchy's Gallery - we will be in a gated parking lot.

So keep checking back here or go to the PoBoy website:

for more information as it becomes available. A complete list of the restaurants and artists and bands will be listed as well as pictures from past festivals is posted on the website. Cool graphics... and all the stores, shops and restaurants are usually open.
Also, check out the Face book page for the Poboy Festival as well as my Face book page under my name: Juliette Hare O'Connor.

See you there!


Saturday, June 19, 2010

Window Display at Gallery 421, Covington LA

I am very proud to be one of the artists with a solo exhibit in the window at Gallery 421, located at 421 Columbia St. in downtown Covington, LA. There are many great local artists, in all mediums, within the walls of this very nice and friendly gallery.

The owners, Debby and Steve Wilson are wonderful to me, offering great advice to me which has helped me sell more pieces both in their gallery as well in my art markets and festivals. I have attached some pictures of the pieces chosen for the window. My window exhibit features Storyville prostitutes, NOPD Mugs Shots, New Orleans Cemeteries, Vintage Mardi Gras and Pontchartrain Beach.

Stop by during June 16th to June 26th to see the window exhibit...or any time during the gallery's hours of operation Wednesday-Saturday - 10AM to 5PM and a Second Saturday Art Stroll each month from 6-9 PM.

Come see us,


Saturday, February 13, 2010

My Dog Buddy

I had to cancel my January 30th Art Market show due to the serious illness of my little dog, Buddy. I wanted to spend every moment I could with him as he was blind and had cancer. His last few days were miserable with headaches (yeah, dogs get those) from a stroke or seizure and trouble breathing. We ended up having him put to sleep early Sunday morning, January 31st. This is one of the last pictures of me with him. My husband took this picture right before we left our house for Riverlands Animal Hospital in LaPlace LA. I was kissing him and smelling his neck and crying. Buddy was a Katrina rescue we were lucky enough to get from USED DOGS in Algiers,LA. He spent 3 weeks in 8 feet of foul floodwater. He went blind and developed yeast infections that would plague him for the next 4 years. In January 2009 he was diagnosed with lymphoma. We chose to have chemotherapy with Riverlands with Dr. Catherine Garon - who was wonderful. We also had him treated with our regular vet, Dr. Janet Tosh - the best vet. He got the best for the past year - home cooked meals - gourmet foods and all the love my whole family could possibly give a pet. He was loved and he knew it. Buddy was 13. My other Shih Tzu, Bandit, was put to sleep in October at age 16. He had a stroke after suffering from dementia for over a year. So I lost both my little Shih Tzus in four months. Bandit was a good dog too and was with us for ten years. We cried for many days in our quiet home and I could hardly stand it. And could not even talk about Buddy and even writing about him makes me cry. These little guys can just tear your heart out.

So this is in memory of my little guys...Buddy and Bandit... Much love Juliette

Monday, December 14, 2009

Come Shop at The Arts Market this Weekend

I will be at the Arts Market New Orleans located in Palmer Park, corner of Carrollton and Claiborne Ave. this Saturday and Sunday (December 19 and 20) from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Come see me for your NOPD Mug Shot and Storyville collage pieces on salvage as well as some vintage Mardi Gras invitations on salvage.

There will be over 100 artists at the market, so you can do your last minute shopping.

Happy Holiday Shopping!!