Saturday Art Openings

Specters, Saints and Spirits NOMA at STAA 2012
The Reposed by William K. Greiner, Chromogenic color print, The New Orleans Museum of Art

St. Tammany Art Association
Specters, Saints and Spirits: Discoveries from NOMA

Celebrating the spirit of Halloween, the St. Tammany Art Association presents Specters, Saints and Spirits: Discoveries from the New Orleans Museum of Art, an exhibition of works from NOMA’s permanent collection. The works of art in this exhibition focus on cemeteries, the spiritual world and voodoo. Featuring works spanning the past century. Ina Fandrich will present insight on the symbolism in the exhibit as well as fascinating information on our own native voodoo icon, Marie Lauveaux! – 320 N. Columbia St.

Savoye Originals Gallery
Grand Opening

Covington’s newest gallery will be having it’s grand opening this Saturday as well. Steven Savoye learned the art of woodwork from working at his fathers shop, where he developed an appreciation for details and material. He feels that the pieces he creates reflect his quirky sense of humor and his passions: woodworking, the great outdoors, and New Orleans. All of Savoyes work is created from salvaged and reclaimed materials – no two pieces are alike. – 405 N. Columbia St.

Rebecca Rebouche at Tripollo GalleryTripolo Gallery
The Unlikely Naturalist

This solo exhibition promises to be a sensory feast that chronicles the artist Rebecca Rebouche’s┬árecent travels across the southeast and the stunning paintings this trip inspired. – 323 N. Columbia St.