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New Kid On The Block

Looks like summer is here and with summer comes change.  People move out but then people move in.

Introducing you to our new neighbor up the street.
CoQ RougE Gallery is located at 4815 Magazine St.  

Patricia Low is the owner/artist of CoQ RougE and her story is one that everyone dreams about.  Well...I dream about! 

Patricia, transplanted from California, many moons ago, where she majored in Fine Arts but after hearing all the "starving artist" stories about actually starving she decided to switch her major to graphic design.  
However, working here in NOLA as a graphic artist did not stop her strong desire to create pieces of art, from painting...

Picture by CoQ RougE
to her famous Voodoo Dolls...
After years of working in the industry and participating in local art markets in New Orleans she decided to follow her bliss and open her very own gallery.

Patricia filled this 200 square feet of space with local art from our sweet city of New Orleans.  Here is just taste of what you will see.

And look at this cute thing.
Picture by CoQ RougE
Patricia working on her Oyster piece.
I do not know if you are wondering but I for one was curious as to why CoQ Rouge?  
One reason is that she likes roosters.  I should have figured that one out!  LOL!

Annnnd as they say...
 the rest is ancient history.

So...stop by and say, "Bonjour" to our new neighbor because...

in NOLA"
~CoQ RougE



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