Daren Sumrow

Artist + Daren Sumrow

Dad. Hubby. Veteran. Son. Designer. Builder. Believer of humanity. I started woodworking with my parents as a kid in Northern California. My dad did some projects around our house and taught me the basics of building, but my mom was the crafty, artistic one. She was a banker by day and a seamstress/painter/chef/biker after hours. She enlisted me to build some wooden things for her craft business. I was 14 then, and now after all their guidance, 6 years in the U.S. Navy, 2 tours cross-country on my motorcycles (more soon to come), 2 awesome sons, and a wife who inspires me to do my best everyday (and correct me if I'm wrong, but I think she's the real brains of this whole operation), I am still passionate about this ancient art/science of woodworking. New Orleans is where I've called home since July of 1997 and love it or hate it, this is home!

Daren Sumrow is a New Orleans artist living and working in the Uptown neighborhood.



meet the artists

We are a community of New Orleans visual artists. We are painters, sculptors, fashion & jewelry designers.
We are craftsman and metal workers, illustrators and printmakers.
We make and create original & one of a kind artworks handcrafted right here in New Orleans.

Audiowood Barky Turntable
Joel Scilley Audiowood
Home Décor / Wood Working
Joel Scilley
Spacepod Mirror
Caitlin Waugh Paraph
Glassworks / Metal / Mixed Media / Sculpture / Wood Working
Caitlin Waugh
Harlequin Mirror
David Bergeron Bergeron Woodworks
Wood Working / Home Décor / Up-cycled
David Bergeron

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Where Y’Art curates an online gallery where you can meet over 100 New Orleans artists — from painters to sculptors, craftsmen and jewelry designers — discover their passions and learn their stories. It’s a 24-hour meeting place where the artist is always present and the wall space knows no limits.

If you’re in New Orleans, pay us a visit, 1901 Royal Street in the historic Faubourg Marigny neighborhood.

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