Hi all y’all!
Gator Girl Art moved into Zèle NOLA yesterday! It is on Magazine Street, the block between Community Coffee and Starbucks.
Zèle is the first of its kind in the New Orleans area. It’s not a co-op or a flea market. Zèle is a Multivendor Art Market. NOLA has several outdoor art markets offered monthly, but we do not have any permanent indoor markets where our local artists can display and have their extraordinary work sold for them.
This is exactly what Zèle offers, a place for and by NOLA’s own!
My 8 by 8 foot wall!
Let me know if you stop by. 🙂
Hi all y’all!
I am going to be in another location (as in adding another location) August 15th.
Zèle NOLA is a local vendor art market. There are presently 40 artists..
My youngest daughter and her girlfriend told me it would be a perfect place for me to market my smaller items. Art that people won’t mind carrying around, putting in their carry-on… the art acquired at festivals.
I went down to Zèle NOLA to check it out. I liked the woman who owns it and her staff. I know some of the other artists. Mostly, it is a place I would shop. There is a variety of art… bow ties, glass, candles, cards, jewelry, paintings…
The address is 2841 Magazine Street. It is uptown of Washington Avenue.
I couldn’t be more exited. I have that feeling where it feels right.
I am renting an 8 x 8 foot slat wall.
I will post some photos when I am set up as a reminder to stop by.
fervently and zelously yours,