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The Ultimate New Orleans Party — in Texas

Eccentric Art Beauty Puts on an Eye-Catching Big Easy Show

BY // 01.04.17
photography Scot Redman

When New Orleans-based artist Page Goss (a former Dallasite and Southern Methodist University alumni) comes to town for a visit, she always brings a bit of NOLA with her. But this time, the eccentric beauty pulled out all the stops.

The cause for celebration? A one-night pop-up art show of her mod, psychedelic paintings.

Held at Ash Studios — a warehouse-style creative space in southeast Dallas — the opening party drew a diverse mix of creative types and pretty young things from the city’s art contingent. As for Goss, she accessorized every inch of the opening with New Orleans-style flare, including Louisianan food by Guthrie’s Food & Gatherings, handcrafted Sazeracs prepped inside the coolest vintage mobile bar, Trucky, plus a live band and vinyl-spinning DJ that played Louisiana-style tunes all night.

Until the next time Goss brings her art — and the Big Easy — back to Dallas for a show this summer at Cinq Gallery, we’ll be following her eye-catching work at pagegoss.com and @pagegossart.

Page Goss' art opening at Ash Studios in Dallas
Page Goss’ art opening at Ash Studios in Dallas
Shelley Smith and artist Page Goss
Art by Page Goss
Art by Page Goss
Sazeracs served up by mobile bar Trucky
Sazeracs served up by mobile bar Trucky
A raw bar by Guthrie's Food & Gatherings at Page Goss' art opening
An oyster bar by Guthrie’s Food & Gatherings at Page Goss’ art opening
Art by Page Goss
Art by Page Goss
Louisiana-style music at Page Goss' art opening
Louisiana-style music at Page Goss’ art opening

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