Art for Arts’ Sake Pop-Up Gallery at The Paramount ft. Frenchy & Scott Guion
Pictured: Original piece by Frenchy
The Paramount is hosting a pop-up gallery for Art for Arts’ Sake, the beloved street party celebrating the renowned galleries and artists of New Orleans! Join artists Frenchy and Scott Guion in The Paramount’s lobby to view some of their latest works while enjoying culture and music with your fellow guests.
Saturday, October 3rd | 6-8 PM | The Paramount Lobby (611 O’Keefe Ave., 70113)
*Parking is available in The Park at South Market (939 Girod Street). Take advantage of the “Night Owl” rate – $3 total between 5 PM-midnight!*
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Randy Leo “Frenchy” Frechette
Renowned New Orleans visual artist Randy Leo “Frenchy” Frechette vividly captures live events in real-time on canvas with style and flair. A regular at live music and sporting events like the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival – where he was the official artist in 2015 – and ESPN Monday Night Football, Frenchy captivates audiences with brush strokes inspired by rhythms and melodies. At live events, Frenchy feeds off crowd energy and action to produce world-class paintings.
A portion of Frenchy’s sales for the evening will go to Team Gleason.
Scott Guion is a self-taught painter and musician born in New Orleans. Scott’s varied influences are reflected in his unique painting style, which fuses American/folk art; 1960’s psychedelic poster art; early cartoon animation; and underground comics with classic art, including that of the Flemish and Dutch masters.
Please visit the official CAC’s 2015 Art for Arts’s Sake page for more info.
**All images featured will be available for purchase.**