A NOLA Gallery Rebuilt After Hurricane Katrina Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary
"The whole experience has been life-changing and humbling."
Angela King is a 40-year art gallerist and California native who fell in love with the South. Drawn to the history, culture, and spirit of New Orleans, Angela and her business partner opened an art gallery in 1993, and co-ran the business through 2005. When Hurricane Katrina overtook the streets of New Orleans, Angela decided that she wanted to make the transition into having her own gallery – a place where all of the money could remain in New Orleans and help revitalize the city. In 2006, she started remodeling.