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The New Orleans Art Museum has some pretty amazing things, including collections of medieval and Renaissance art, altra modern stuff, and French Impressions - plus a lot in between.  I used to love hanging out here.

The New Orleans Art Museum has some pretty amazing things, including collections of medieval and Renaissance art, altra modern stuff, and French Impressions - plus a lot in between. I used to love hanging out here.

Art Smith (American, 1917-1982). New Orleans Necklace, ca. 1962. Silver, three semi-precious stones: Labradorite (?), 8 5/8 x 5 7/8 x 3/4 in. (21.9 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum

Art Smith (American, 1917-1982). New Orleans Necklace, ca. 1962. Silver, three semi-precious stones: Labradorite (?), 8 5/8 x 5 7/8 x 3/4 in. (21.9 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum

New Orleans Museum of Art and Sculpture Garden | New Orleans City Park

New Orleans Museum of Art and Sculpture Garden | New Orleans City Park

A GORGEOUS, free flowing, asymmetrical, arrangement! A unique arrangement that includes, various shades of orange flowers such as, roses, gladiolus, amaryllis, Satsuma branches (yes! the fruit!) and an assortment of local foliage, all in a large gold vase. This arrangement was displayed at a modern art museum, Martine Chaisson Gallery, located at 727 Camp St., in New Orleans Art District (Warehouse District).

A GORGEOUS, free flowing, asymmetrical, arrangement! A unique arrangement that includes, various shades of orange flowers such as, roses, gladiolus, amaryllis, Satsuma branches (yes! the fruit!) and an assortment of local foliage, all in a large gold vase. This arrangement was displayed at a modern art museum, Martine Chaisson Gallery, located at 727 Camp St., in New Orleans Art District (Warehouse District).

Quirky and beautiful details among all the brick buildings, not to mention incredible restaurants and galleries, give the Warehouse District a distinct personality.

Quirky and beautiful details among all the brick buildings, not to mention incredible restaurants and galleries, give the Warehouse District a distinct personality.

New Orleans Art Insider: Odd Twists at the Ogden Museum: The Unhappy Pairing of Walter Anderson and John Alexander

New Orleans Art Insider: Odd Twists at the Ogden Museum: The Unhappy Pairing of Walter Anderson and John Alexander

New Orleans Art Insider: Louisiana Native and Postminimalist and Feminist Pioneer Lynda Benglis Featured in New Museum Retrospective

New Orleans Art Insider: Louisiana Native and Postminimalist and Feminist Pioneer Lynda Benglis Featured in New Museum Retrospective

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