Veronique Wantz Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery in the North Loop of Minneapolis, offering works by local, national and international emerging and established artists. From modern abstract to classic impressionism; media includes canvas, wood, paper, mixed media, ceramics, sculptures, textiles and glass.

We are continuously seeking to provide our customers and collectors with a high-quality aesthetic and a comprehensive, unique selection based on observation, reflection and vision. We aim to discover, exhibit and contribute to the connoisseurship of art and offer cultural enrichment to people and the spaces in which we live.

The gallery provides art consulting, collection development and curator services alongside conservation quality custom framing and art installation for residential and corporate clients.

Space rental available upon request.

Veronique Wantz

Veronique Wantz


1962 - 2018


Veronique Wantz was an active member of the Twin Cities art scene for the last 17 years as a gallery director and a senior art consultant, both in St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Originally from France, where she received her Master of Art History from Ecole du Louvre in Paris. She specialized in the 17th through 19th centuries in European furniture and decorative objects and Chinese Export porcelain. Veronique worked as an antique dealer and gallery curator in Paris for more than 10 years.

From a very early age, Veronique was the consummate art lover, growing up in a family of art collectors, going to museums on Sunday outings, and following in the footsteps of a dearly loved paternal grandmother who once owned and ran an art gallery in Paris in the 1930s. She nurtured her into her own love for all art forms, antiques, classical ballet, concerts and plays. 


Louisa Vincent

Gallery Director

Louisa comes from a design background, and previous to working at the Veronique Wantz Gallery she created brands for global companies across Australia, Scotland, England and the United States.

Art has always been a influential part of her life and she has traveled the world to see galleries big and small. For Louisa, art is something where the heart and mind connect in a way that cannot always be explained, but allows the viewer to journey to a place of intrigue and joy.

Curating and assembling shows are creations in themselves, the challenge always being how to build a collection of works that is both visually delightful and fascinatingly unexpected to the mind and soul.

Louisa believes that one of the greatest bonuses of her work is finding a piece of art the perfect home where it is loved and treasured for years to come.

After spending most of her childhood in Australia, she moved to the UK to follow her life-long passions of travel and culinary adventures, whilst gaining experience in various design agencies along the way.  With her husband and two children, she has called Minneapolis home for over 9 years and embraces the cold winters and stunning summers alike!


Jacob Docksey

Gallery Assistant

Jacob is a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Stout. While there, he obtained a major in Studio Art focusing in painting with a minor in Business Administration. 

Having taken up drawing from a young age, Jacob has followed his artistic path into adulthood using college as a time to learn from his professors and peers. There he developed a passion for painting and sculpture, while also becoming fascinated with art history and its oddities. From the dream-like film work of Bill Viola, to the Americano underbelly sculptures of the Kienholz to the spiritual paintings of Oskar Kokoschka, Jacob enjoys to find and follow art connections into the present day. 

Originally from Chippewa Falls, WI, he moved to Minneapolis after graduation with the desire to emerge himself into an active art world. Now making the Twin Cities his new home, Jacob loves exploring and discovering the numerous galleries, museums, and food spots in the area, along with meeting the vibrant people which make up the city and its art scene.