1. Michelle Fontenot
    Mixed media artist focusing primarily on mosaic sculptures and fine art paintings. Opelousas, LA
  2. Carole Lancon
    Functional textile artist and mixed media painter Parks, LA
  3. Janelle Hebert
    Painter Arnaudville, LA
  4. Elaine Carroll
    Potter Baton Rouge, LA
  5. Theon Guillory
    Painter Opelousas, LA
  6. Larry Bourque
    Mixed media visual artist and furniture maker Arnaudville, LA
  7. Karen Willingham
    Mixed media visual artist focusing primarily on gourd art and painting Lafayette, LA
  8. Suzi Savoy Santillo
    Potter Arnaudville, LA
  9. Karin Chapman
    Jewelry Baton Rouge, LA
  10. Karla King
    Jewelry Baton Rouge, LA
  11. Chloe Schwanz
    Jewelry New Orleans, LA

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About Deux Bayous Gallery
Mission Statement

“The gallery collective is a grassroots collective that encourages experimentation through support and presentation of new works by emerging fine and craft artists that focus on sustainable practices including social, economic, biophysical and cultural. Through partnership exhibitions, outreach, and related educational programming, the gallery is dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the town of Arnaudville, the Coteau Ridge are, the state of Louisiana, and the Southern region as well as French-speaking countries.”

The Deux Bayous Gallery Collective is a project of the 501(c)(3) organization, NuNu Arts and Culture Collective and is part of a vast network of culturally related organizations that work together to build a healthy and strong creative community.

Deux Bayous Gallery, is part of an over-arching organization that continually provides opportunities for artists, artisans and those who seek to learn.  Our underlying philosophy, education.
Because the NuNu organization is multi-layered including visual, culinary, literary, healing, performing arts and more, each component impacts the next providing for increased opportunities for the whole. In addition, by nurturing and empowering our independent artists, we utilize local resources sustainably. By stimulating active participants and positioning the arts within the community, we support the development of active arts consumers thus increasing the opportunity for fair wages.  It also means that we become more self-sufficient and less dependent on imports and it helps to provide a voice to a diverse and varied creative community.
Additional benefits include: access to exhibition space and opportunities both in Arnaudville as well as satellite locations; access to a virtual store-front; discounted entry to NUNU sponsored events; co-op advertising; co-op purchasing power; access to legal services; access to graphic design services; teaching opportunities and more.


The Gallery is comprised of fine crafters and up and coming fine artists primarily from Louisiana representing many diverse modalities including but not limited to jewelry, ceramics, mix media, wood, metal, glass, photography and more.