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Classes are held on Wednesdays 10-12.  Call ahead to get information, supplies list and cost.
108 W. First Street   DeRidder, Louisiana    Call Us At: 337-221-3030
    RAD RealArt DeRidder Art Gallery  108 W. First Street DeRidder, Louisiana  ©  2012 
​  RealArt DeRidder is excited to host a unique art exhibit and sale during the month of April 2018, located at 108 S. 1st St. in DeRidder, La. The exhibit will consist of the private collection of oil paintings and drawings owned by Ralph Liliedahl. The collection will include paintings by the late Johnnie McRae Liliedahl, a native of Leesville, AND some of the best-known realist artists in the U.S., such as Daniel Keys, David Leffel, Dan Gerhartz, Scott Burdick, Zhaoming Wu and more.

  The exhibit opens Wednesday, April 4, 2018, and continues throughout April, Wednesday through Saturday during the hours of 11:00AM to 3:00PM.

  A public evening reception, with refreshments, will be held on Saturday, April 7, from 5-8 PM and everyone is invited.

  For your convenience, a special late evening viewing is scheduled for Thursday, April 19th from 5:00 to 8:00 PM., or we are happy to arrange for a personal viewing outside of gallery hours by prior arrangement. Email Ralph at Liliedahl@gmail.com to make arrangements.
Prices have been reduced for this exhibition only. This exhibit is for artists and art lovers, but it’s also an exceptional opportunity for Collectors to buy at reduced prices. Also, home Decorators, interested in very high-quality paintings for decorative purposes in their client’s homes, should not miss the exhibit as it will include a number of large, hand-painted, copies of “Old Master” paintings that are exceptional.

  Parking is never easy at and around the gallery, located just South of Cecil’s restaurant in the same block, so be prepared to park around the corner on Washington Street.