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Painted gold, Nadiyah Skyy holds gold balloons and waves to those passing by in front of Longshore Studio Gallery at Art for Arts' Sake at 4848 Magazine Street Saturday evening.

Pop artist Ashley Longshore talks with Aaron Brown at her gallery, Longshore Studio Gallery, during Art for Arts' Sake. "It's an orgasm of art in New Orleans," said Longshore about Art for Arts' Sake.

Jay Bryan enjoys a glass of wine in front of Octavia Art Gallery during Art for Arts' Sake. "What is going on tonight is spectacular for New Orleans and Magazine St. It just proves what a walkable, liveable and loveable city New Orleans is. There is no other street like Magazine St. anywhere else in the country," said Pam Bryan, owner of Octavia Art Gallery.

Richard Brown and Laure Williamson look at the work of Alex Beard at Octavia Art Gallery during Art for Arts' Sake. "I am a lucky fellow and I could live anywhere in the world. I choose to live in Uptown New Orleans and one of the reasons is nights like tonight, meaning community coming together and coming out for the arts," said Beard.

Artist Jere Allen talks with Beth Keetch and Greg Keetch at Carol Robinson Gallery at Napoleon and Magazine St. during Art for Arts' Sake.

Beth Keetch and Greg Keetch walk past the work of Nell Tilton at Carol Robinson Gallery. The Ketch's moved to Panama CIty, FL after Hurricane Katrina but came back to visit for Art for Arts' Sake.

Carol Robinson straightens a painting by Robert Malone at Carol Robinson Gallery.

Attendees look at artwork on two floors at Carol Robinson Gallery.

Attendees gather around the artwork of Jere Allen at Carol Robinson Gallery.

Attendees gather to look at artwork by James Beaman at Cole Pratt Gallery at 3800 Magazine St. during Art for Arts' Sake.

Attendees gather to look at artwork at Cole Pratt Gallery.

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