Anthony Bordelon

Grandpa Elliot

Anthony Bordelon is a local artist born and raised in New Orleans. Although he never wanted to be anything other than an artist, this is his second career. He pursued his art education over the course of fourteen years at the New Orleans Academy of Art, while working as a Hotel Manager. His work has appeared in many group and solo shows over the past decade. Anthony constantly experiments, his work sometimes taking drastically new directions. Most recently his lifelong affinity for wood and love of local music have come together on architectural salvage from New Orleans 7th, 8th, and 9th wards.

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Brand New Orleans Art Gallery represents local New Orleans and Louisiana artists from emerging to well-established.

It’s that time again, rehearsals for our next performance THIS WEDNESDAY. Two performance: 7pm & 8:30pm, both about finding your way home #re/visions #whatyoucallhome #allthatiwanted
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Break out your Hawaiian shirt, stick an umbrella in your drink and join us to bask in the latest body of work by Anne Blenker. The collection of paintings is inspired by the botanicals of New Orleans urban and surrounding landscape. .
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🐊Ever gotten too close to a gator? Tell us about it in the comments and come get up close and personal at Brand Gallery without any fear of losing a limb. Herb Roe’s solo exhibition All That I Wanted is up through July 7th

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