Kersey Barrett-Tormey

Artist + Kersey Barrett-Tormey

My name is Kersey (It's like Jersey with a K). I'm a cartoon. I create illustrations, write children's books, and make little mini movies here and there.
I love music, art, animation, movies, friends and New Orleans.



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.

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Cypress Bayou
Louise Guidry Encaustic / Monotype / Painting / Printmaking
Louise Guidry
Devin De Wulf Folk / Outsider Art / Painting / Photography
Devin De Wulf
Louisiana Swamp
Therese Baldo Painting
Therese Baldo
Muddy Waters
Connie Kittok Painting
Connie Kittok
Daya Naef Illustration / Mixed Media / Painting
Daya Naef
Landscape Layers
Kat Ryalls Painting
Kat Ryalls
Shotgun in Treme
Queen Hope Parker Queen Hope Poetic Art
Queen Hope  Parker
Flag Boy
Jamar Pierre Art by J. Pierre
Jamar Pierre
Connor McManus Mixed Media / Painting
Connor McManus
Cascade Blossoms
Anne Blenker Painting
Anne Blenker
Habana Chevy
Gabriel Flores New Orleans Paint and Design
Painting / Street Art
Gabriel Flores
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Sean Clark Painting
Sean Clark
Continuing to Unfold
Rebecca Birtel Madura Painting
Rebecca Birtel Madura
Lori Sperier Mixed Media / Painting
Lori Sperier
Mississippi River Run
Ellen Macomber Ellen Macomber Studio
Ellen Macomber
Star Struck
Mike Williamson Painting
Mike  Williamson
Tattoo Lady
Keith Eccles Keith Eccles Illustration & Design Studio, LLC
Keith Eccles
Lee "Scratch" Perry - autographed by LSP
Jeff Morgan Painting
Jeff Morgan
Infinite Sadness
Jeremy Paten Mixed Media / Painting
Jeremy Paten
Band Storm
Tony Hollums Painting
Tony Hollums
"Bright Mississippi" homage to Allen Toussaint
George McClements Painting
George McClements
Tropical Oasis
Debbie Boyd Painting
Debbie Boyd
Flying Fish I
George Dolgy Painting
George Dolgy
Pioneer Portrait of Alvin (Barna Black series)
D. Lammie-Hanson Painting
D. Lammie-Hanson
Faubourg Marigny
Nurhan Gokturk Illustration / Painting
Nurhan Gokturk
Early Sainthood (Limited Edition Print)
Cheryl Anne Grace Painting
Cheryl Anne Grace
The Only Hill on Chartres
Sarah Nelson Sarah Nelson Fine Art
Sarah Nelson
Jean Lafitte's Land
Meghan Methe Painting
Meghan Methe
Pineapple 49
Drew Cooke Mixed Media / Painting
Drew Cooke
Rock the Boat II
Kris Muntan Painting
Kris Muntan
Notable Increase Reception
Patty West Elstrott Painting
Patty West Elstrott
They Running II
Ember Soberman Painting / Mixed Media
Ember Soberman
Naomi - Holocaust Memorial, Berlin
Saegan Swanson Painting
Saegan Swanson
Jolene (perfume ad)
Maddie Stratton Painting
Maddie Stratton
The Kiss
Nancy Wolfe Kimberly Gator Girl Art
Nancy Wolfe Kimberly
Darlene Langendonk Art Impressions
Darlene Langendonk
Let Go
Bryan Brown Art by Bryan Brown
Bryan Brown
Pidgeontown Steppers
Stephanie Reed Painting
Stephanie Reed
New Dress
Alexandra Kilburn Illustration / Painting
Alexandra Kilburn
Orange Shotgun
Lyla Clayre Illustration / Painting
Lyla Clayre
Mixed Vision
Brett Henderson Painting
Brett Henderson
Blow Pop
Jessica Strahan JHand Paints
Jessica Strahan
Fern Geomety: Primaries
Emma Fick Painting
Emma Fick
Really Bad Night Out
Leroy Miranda Jr. Painting
Leroy Miranda Jr.
Lionel Milton Elleone
Painting / Street Art
Lionel Milton
Metropolitan Glide
Sean Randall Painting
Sean Randall
The Water Garden
Tim Rowland Painting
Tim Rowland
Naturia Piper
Leeaux 3 Illustration / Painting
Leeaux 3
Seekers of Light
Kate Hanrahan Illustration / Mixed Media / Painting
Kate Hanrahan

Where Y'Art is a curated community of New Orleans artists, craftsmen and designers seeking to connect with buyers and each other. At Where Y'Art, you'll have more sales opportunities and access to commercial opportunities to grow your creative business.

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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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