Saturday, September 14, 2019

COCA Millstone Gallery: Friday, 20 September 2019


Join us for an opening reception for Adornment
September 20, 5:30-7:30 PM

Yvonne Osei will collaborate with two licensed barbers to transform the Millstone Gallery space into a barbershop. The community will have the opportunity to be a part of this performance by receiving free haircuts during the opening reception of “Adornment”.

Live music by Makeda Kravitz

For centuries, people all over the world have enhanced their physical presence to add value to the way they appear and how others perceive them. Every society has cultivated and promoted ideals that define and qualify beauty through clothing, textiles, haircuts, jewelry, body paintings and tattoos. Adornment, however, refers not only to an object and its cultural meaning and relevance; it also encapsulates the entire state of adorning.

This exhibition explores the artist (adorner), the creative process (adorning) and the art (adorned), with a focus on the human form – its presence, stature, functionality, capabilities, expression and dynamism. It also explores how adornment can foster associations and disassociations through symbols of luxury, group affiliations, celebration and festivities, as well as conformance and defiance of authority. Adornment also explores how people choose to define themselves individually or collectively, as well as how they accept or challenge what society ascribes as possessing value.

Adornment is curated by Yvonne Osei, COCA Curator in Residence.

524 Trinity Avenue,
St. Louis, MO 63130

Norton's Fine Art & Framing: Saturday, 28 September 2019

Deann Rubin & Betty Shew, Handwoven Tapestry and Cast Paper
"Paper and Thread: Dreams are Made of These"
Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept. 28th, 1 - 4
Show ends on Wednesday, October 30th.

Innovations in Textiles 2019 is a collaborative event presented this Fall throughout the St. Louis region. Created to celebrate and investigate the state of contemporary textile arts, Innovations in Textiles 2019 is comprised of over 45 regional nonprofit & commercial art galleries, organizations and museums that have joined forces to present innovative exhibitions that explore fiber art, textiles and fashion created by local, regional, national, and international artists.

Tuesday - Saturday: 10 - 6

Norton's Fine Art & Framing
2025 S. Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO  63117
314-645-4040

MOCRA: Sunday, 15 September 2019

Gratitude
Sept. 15 – Dec. 15, 2019
Opening reception 2 to 4 p.m. on Sept. 15, 2019.

A time for giving thanks
Terrence Dempsey, SJ, Founding Director of MOCRA, recently retired from Saint Louis University after nearly thirty years as a professor of Art History. With the exhibition Gratitude, he desires to express a deeply felt “thank you” — for the opportunity to establish a museum and, over the course of nearly thirty years, grow its collection, present numerous exhibitions and programs, and share his unique insights into contemporary art.

Gratitude is a uniquely personal show made up of works that hold particular meaning for Fr. Dempsey. Some are by artists he shares a close connection with, while others speak profoundly to him of themes that he has been drawn to throughout his career. Some are works that are foundational to the MOCRA collection.


SLU Museum of Art: Thursday, 19 September 2019


Thursday, September 19 5:30-7:30 PM

Join us for a free reception at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art to celebrate the closing of M.C. Escher: Infinite Variations with a satellite exhibition of 35 additional Escher works not previously shown at the World Chess Hall of Fame.

M.C. Escher: Infinite Variations explores the mind-bending, mathematical and metamorphic works of world-famous graphic artist M.C. Escher. The exhibition features an extensive collection of drawings, mezzotints, lithographs, and woodcuts, which blend and blur constructs inspired by impossible worlds, the intricacies of nature, and the infinity of chess.

HOURS: 11 am - 4 pm, Wednesday - Sunday

Saint Louis University Museum of Art
3663 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108





Sunday, September 08, 2019

Bruno David Gallery: Saturday, 14 September 2019

THOMAS SLEET: Integration-Sacred Space
JILL DOWNEN: Here all is distance, there it was Breath
DANIEL RAEDEKE: Adventure
DAMON DAVIS: Sad Panther
LINES: Group Exhition with Carmon Colangelo, Alex Couwenberg, Beverly Fishman, Michelle Grabner, Chris Kahler, James Austin Murray and others

Opening Night Saturday, September 14, 2019. 6 to 8 pm
Free parking, complimentary wine and open to all

Public Hours Tuesday thru Friday 12 - 6 pm, Saturday open when noted on website, Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays, Also open by appointment

Bruno David Gallery
7513 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105

Barrett Barrera Projects

Saint-Louis to St.Louis: The City on the River meets River City
a group exhibition curated by Modou Dieng
on view from Oct. 17 to Dec. 22
Opening reception  Oct. 17, from 5:30 to 8 pm.

This exhibition will explore the contemporary journey of Saint-Louis, Senegal that began in the mid-20th century and continues to this day to produce inspiration, love, and joy for its native artists and visitors. It also will explore Saint-Louis’ tale of métissage, five centuries old, that sits at its heart.

Barrett Barrera Projects
4739 McPherson Avenue

projects+gallery: Friday, 27 September 2019


Tom Friedman: Eternal Return
Reception Sept. 27 from 5 to 8 pm
and will close on Nov. 23

Tom Friedman’s show will explore the philosophical concept of infinite recurrence, the idea that all existence and energy will persist indefinitely. This concept is laced through Friedman’s work in several ways—from his obsessively repetitive processes to his recurrent interest in both basic human drives and the pleasures and objects of youth. Friedman has used the St. Louis as a touch-point throughout his career to anchor his practice and references. In Eternal Return, Friedman subverts our perception of the mundane and the meaningful, manipulating commonplace objects to disrupt the superficial solace of what feels like home.

projects+gallery
4733 McPherson Avenue

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 11 October 2019

“Engeldark: Because nobody’s bright and cheerful all the time…”
October 2 – November 8, 2019
Opening reception held on Friday, October 11, 2019  from 5-8 pm.

Green Door art gallery is proud to present “Engeldark: Because nobody’s bright and cheerful all the time…” Check out the shadier side of Mary Engelbreit in this exhibit of original black and white drawings paired with quotes that are snarky, straightforward and loaded with attitude! These works of art will be on display and available for sale from October 2 through November 8, 2019.The opening reception is Friday October 11, 2019 from 5:00-8:00 pm and is free and open to the public. Mary Engelbreit will be present at the reception.
Green Door art gallery’s 30 resident artists will also be exhibiting and selling artwork including fused glass, mosaics, watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, collage, mixed media, wood, pottery, textile art, jewelry and more.

Hours are Wednesday thru Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm- Closed Monday and Tuesday

Green Door art gallery
21 N. Gore
in Old Webster Groves
in the historical Heritage Building
(314) 202-4071

Friday, September 06, 2019

Mad Art Gallery: Friday, 13 September 2019


Transcendence - The Art of Ami Amore' and Anthony Sapone
Friday, September 13, 6 PM – 10 PM

Transcendence - noun
existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level.

Do you believe in the magic of the Universe?
A journey into love, life and death.
A multi media experience of visual art from the soul, performances to evoke emotion and more
.

Mad Art Gallery
2727 S 12th St
St. Louis 63118

Thursday, September 05, 2019

Art at the Station: Wednesday, 11 September 2019

"Cars and Guitars Inspire Photography"
Reception 5:30-7:30

Kirkwood Train Station
110 W. Argonne Dr.
Kirkwood MO




Wednesday, September 04, 2019

Saint Louis University Museum of Art: Friday, 6 September 2019


Plastic: The Future Then…And Now.
Opening Reception Friday, September 6, 5-8 pm
The exhibition will be on display September 6 to December 29, 2019

The exhibition includes an overview of the role plastic plays in today’s society, including aesthetics and the continuous developments in information technology, manufacturing, civil engineering, and the medical field. It features examples by Charles and Ray Eames, Verner Panton, Ettore Sottsass, Joe Cesare Colombo, Luigi Colani, Giotto Stoppino, Carlo Bartoli, and others.

Plastic features a comprehensive look at the history of plastic and its many uses and consequences. It spans from natural plastics, early plastics such as Bakelite and Bandalasta, the eruption of plastics in the 1960s and 70s, and advances in manufacturing and technology of the 2000s to today. The exhibition also covers the consequences of plastic on our environment.

Parking for the opening reception will be available at the lot located at the intersection of Lindell Boulevard and Spring Avenue.

Saint Louis University Museum of Art
3663 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
314.977.6631
museumsandgalleries@slu.edu
https://www.slu.edu/sluma

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Art meets Vintage: Saturday, 7 September 2019



Art meets Vintage
501 N. Kingshighway 2F
St. Charles, MO 63301

Friday, August 23, 2019

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 20 September 2019


Patrick Murphy,  A View from the Park, 2018. Woodcut print, 20x16"
Green Door art gallery is proud to present “It’s Elemental.”
The Reception is Friday September 20, 2019 from 5:00-8:00 pm.
Featuring botanical cyanotype and collage art by Suzy Farren, woodcut prints by Patrick Murphy, landscape oil paintings by Lee Copen, powder coated metal sculptures by Jessie Cargas, and enamel on silver jewelry by Michele Mohr. These works of art will be on display and available for sale from September 4 through October 31, 2019.
Green Door art gallery’s 30 resident artists will also be exhibiting and selling artwork including fused glass, mosaics, watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, collage, mixed media, wood, pottery, textile art, jewelry and more.

Hours are Wednesday thru Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Closed Monday and Tuesday,

Green Door art gallery
21 N. Gore in Old Webster Groves
in the historical Heritage Building
(314) 202-4071

William Shearburn Gallery: Friday, 6 September 2019


Andy Warhol, Still Life, 1976, Ink and graphite on paper, 28x41"
ON PAPER
SEPTEMBER 6 - OCTOBER 11, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION SEPTEMBER 6, 5 - 7 PM

On Paper will feature a diverse group of artists united by one commonality - the use of paper as the primary medium.

Paper, one of the most easily accessible and multi-purposed material, has been used by artists throughout the existence of time. It is one of the greatest artistic chameleons. It is used to create masterworks of art but yet, is also the same material that contains simple sketchbook drawings that are never meant to see the light of day. It is this alluring dichotomy that entices artists to experiment and use paper as the centerpiece of their work.

Artists presented are Milton Avery, Alexander Calder, James Castle, Richard Diebenkorn, James Drake, Sam Francis, Joseph Havel, Hans Hofmann, Tony Lewis, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Nathan Oliveira, Richard Prince, Robert Rauschenberg, Donald Sultan, Bernar Venet, Andy Warhol and Lisa Yuskavage.

314.367.8020




Friday, August 16, 2019

Grafica Fine Art: Friday, 23 August 2019

Portugal 2019
"New Works" by Tom Hunt
Opening reception, Friday, August 23 from 5 to  8 pm

Grafica Fine Art & Custom Framing 
7884 Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63119

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis: Friday, 6 September 2019

Stephanie Syjuco, Rogue States, 2018, installation view, 22 digitally printed flags, 5x3 feet each.
Opening Night Friday, September 6
Public Reception 7:00–9:00 pm 
Fall exhibitions remain on view through Sunday, December 29, 2019.

Stephanie Syjuco: Rogue States   
For this exhibition of new and recent works by Stephanie Syjuco, she employs installation, photography, sculpture, and textile to explore the complexities of such politically charged concepts as citizenship, immigration, and nationality. She links history to present-day narratives, connecting image-making to the impacts of colonialism.

Bethany Collins: Chorus
Language is both subject and primary material for Bethany Collins. She fractures and erases text from dictionaries, patriotic songs, bureaucratic reports, and classified ads, rendering select phrases illegible. Through these actions Collins seeks to remaster the language that others have made.

Jonathas de Andrade: Voyeristico
For Voyeristico, Jonathas de Andrade approached strangers on the streets of his hometown Recife, in northeast Brazil, and São Paulo, to film them slowly opening their wallets, offering an unusual visual entry into people's private lives. Shown on CAM's exterior facade as part of Street Views, this is the artist's first outdoor video projection.

Margaret Keller: Botanica absentia
Presented by Teen Museum Studies
Botanica absentia emerges out of Margaret Keller’s belief that at this precise moment, we are at the tipping point of a world gone wrong. The installation serves as a fictive memorial and archive dedicated to lost trees.

Museum hours: Wed–Sun 10:00 am–5:00 pm; Open until 8:00 pm Thu & Fri

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis 
3750 Washington Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
314.535.4660

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Philip Slein Gallery: Friday, 13 September 2019


Carl Ostendarp, Orion, 2004, acrylic on linen, 57 x 45 inches

Philip Slein Gallery is pleased to present STARS, an exhibition featuring Alison Hall,
Warren Isensee, Douglas Melini, Carl Ostendarp, and Barbara Takenaga.

Opening Reception Friday, September 13, 2019, 5 to 8 PM
Exhibition runs through Saturday, October 19, 2019

Stars,  Constellations, the Heavens….

Celestial bodies have inspired artists since the European cave paintings where the first known images of the sky appear. Sky gazing, starry nights, contemplation of the universe were staples of the Renaissance and have continued to be explored to this day.

This exhibition gathers five contemporary abstract painters whose work interprets the sky and its the stars in fresh visual language.

Alison Hall
Giotto’s Arena Chapel with its vaulted ceiling of stars has been the inspiration for Alison Hall’s work for many years.  Using the same renaissance techniques that Giotto employed in his frescos, Alison's deep blue panels with hints of graphite mark her heavenly grids, her panels shimmering in monochromatic depth.

Warren Isensee
Warren Isensee hard edge hard edged constructions employ the grid as well utilizing bright bold marks, exactly executed, inviting the viewer to find fresh interpretations of the manner in which we perceive stars. Unlike the other artists his stars exist out of the sky, not within it, yet they are of the spirit of the sky as truly as the rest.

Douglas Melini
Douglas Melini’s remarkable collages piece together mottled shapes and tones of paint allowing his stars rest upon or peek  through his permutations of blue. His is a unique and personal space; those who spend time with these works will be justly rewarded.

Carl Ostendarp
Carl Ostendarp’s work,  as that of Alison Hall, was inspired by a  specific moment in art history. Orion is one of six paintings Carl made of water sign constellations, the paintings’ sizes are exactly those of six 1968 works by Joan Miro, Letters and Numbers Attracted by a Spark, the swirling motif of which is perhaps as reminiscent of the heavens as is Carl’s reconsideration.

Barbara Takenaga
Barbara Takenaga reconfigures space, our space, into fresh environments - an entire cosmos can be contained as small as a sheet of paper. And although her paintings are worlds of their own they somehow reach out and become ours as well.
Together, the five different artists present five contemporary interpretations of our heavens, constellations, and the stars.  They are their thoughts of  journeys throughout art history and their starry new ones.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 5 PM

Philip Slein Gallery
4735 McPherson Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
314-361-2617

Saturday, August 10, 2019

Duane Reed Gallery: Friday, 13 September 2019

Rebecca Hutchinson, Flourish, Bold Red Four Square

REBECCA HUTCHINSON “NAVIGATING BORDERS”
SUN SMITH FORET “NEW WORK IN AMULETIC SCULPTURE” &
ETHAN MEYER “SOLAR TEMPLE”
September 6th - October 12th
Opening Reception Friday, September 13th, 5-8 p.m.

REBECCA HUTCHINSON: “Using diverse processes, my interest is in quality of craft, connections, structure, and conceptually to all physical parts to the whole. I build site-responsive sculptural works made from clay and recycled materials, like old clothing or industrial surplus. I hand build, slip trail, dip, layer, cut and construct with the surplus and handmade materials.”

SUN SMITH-FORET: “...this work is from self-taught traditional textile techniques begun in childhood and pursued throughout my domestic life. Knotting is a recent acquisition in my skill set and came from direct observation of the work of Jane Sauer, a former studio mate and decades-long friend and colleague. I have studied non-Western art forms, especially Survival Arts of the Pyramid Lake Paiutes by Margaret M. Wheat, and basketry of American and Canadian native tribes, global contemporary basketry, and the earth-focused spiritual aesthetic of Australian aboriginal artists. Vernacular African architecture also informs the work, as do repetitive rhythmic drumming and dance.”

ETHAN MEYER: “My interest in fiber began in childhood. Growing up in a rural environment, I was always around growing things; studying spider webs, climbing on and swinging from vines, foraging for morels, picking wild flowers, etc. These experiences became the foundation for my aesthetic interests, and at every opportunity, I would get into my mother’s sewing kit or yarn, scrounge for woodscaps from my father’s workshop, and build crude sculpture. After spending much time working primarily in painting, I have returned to these sculptures and their roots in my love for nature and all growing things.” -

DUANE REED GALLERY
4729 McPHERSON AVE.
ST. LOUIS, MO 63108
314.361.4100

Messing Gallery at MICDS: Friday, 6 September 2019

PATTY CARROLL: Anonymous Women
Opening Reception: Friday, September 6, 6-8 PM

In her most recent project, Anonymous Women, Patty Carroll addresses women and their complicated relationships with domesticity. By camouflaging the figure in drapery and/or domestic objects, Carroll creates a dark and humorous game of hide-and-seek between her viewers and the Anonymous Woman.

Gallery Hours: M - F 9 AM - 4 PM

Messing Gallery at MICDS
101 N. Warson Road
(3rd entrance from Ladue Rd.)
Saint Louis, MO 63124

Monday, July 29, 2019

Angad Arts Hotel, Friday 2 August 2019

Please join Art Saint Louis
on Friday, August 2
at Angad Arts Hotel

Art St. Louis: Saturday, 3 August 2019

The "American Conversations" exhibit is on view August 3-September 5, 2019 and opens with a free reception open to all next Saturday, August 3, 5-7 p.m. 

"American Conversations" is a multi-media juried visual art exhibition that presents works by 53 artists who visually explore what it means to be in the U.S in the year 2019. As we head into an election cycle and consider all that lies ahead, artists are depicting conversations that include identity, citizenship, gun control, violence, racism, ecology, family, gender, consumerism, pop culture, and so much more.


Wednesday, July 24, 2019

St. Louis Arc: Wednesday, 24 July 2019

St. Louis Arc
Photography Exhibit

Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Light refreshments will be served.

The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum (IPHF) recently partnered with St. Louis Arc to host a special cell phone photography workshop for young adults with autism. The four-week program, led by Edward Crim, took place in February and March and focused on the fundamentals of photography, learning to see what makes a good picture and teaching students to use their cell phones to take more creative photographs and tell stories. Now IPHF will share an exhibit of the students' work, as five students completed the class and will each have two photos featured in the exhibit.

The exhibition is on view July 24th through August 9th, 2019.

St. Louis Arc
1177 N Warson Road
Creve Coeur, MO

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Art meets Vintage: Saturday, 3 August 2019

Sarah Selders & Scot von Nida
Opening Reception: Saturday 8/3/2019 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Scot and Sarah are a colorful and dynamic duo both in life and in their art. Their shared space at AMV pairs Scot's bold and often experimental painting style with Sarah's creativity in transforming everyday objects into extraordinary works of art.  New work features a blending of their styles in collaborative pieces.

Special exhibition on view through 8/31/2019 during gallery hours

Art meets Vintage
501 N. Kingshighway 2F
St. Charles, MO 63301

Monday, July 22, 2019

Soulard Art Gallery: Friday, 2 August 2019


Art and the Box Opening Reception
Friday, August 2, 2019 at 7 – 9 PM

Opening reception for Art and the Box. We’ll have food, drinks, and art for you to see. This exhibit is all about boxes. Meet all of our exhibiting and resident artists as well.


Soulard Art Gallery
2028 S 12th St,

St. Louis 63104

Thursday, June 20, 2019

William Shearburn Gallery: Friday, 12 July 2019

Scott Avett, Boy Sitting in Yellow, 2018, 66 x 51 inches, Acrylic on canvas

SCOTT AVETT: BRIDGING THE CREATIVE DIVIDE
JULY 12 - AUGUST 16, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION JULY 12, 5 - 7 PM

William Shearburn Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints by Scott Avett, which will open on July 12, 2019. Alongside the pre-release of his new monograph, INVISIBLE, this exhibition provides a rare glimpse into Avett’s art-making practice.

"Internationally recognized as a member of the band The Avett Brothers, Scott Avett has been a working artist, focusing on painting and printmaking, since he earned a BFA in studio art from East Carolina University in 2000, the same year he founded the band with his brother Seth. Avett’s large-scale oil paintings are psychologically charged and emotionally intense portraits focused on his family and himself—often intimate, vulnerable, and sometimes uncomfortably truthful portrayals. Like his songs, Avett’s paintings speak to universal issues of spirituality and struggle, love and loss, heartache and joy, as well as more personal stories of career, family, and living in the South. But until now this artmaking part of his life has been a secret and a more solitary creative pursuit in comparison to his life as a musician, singer, and songwriter. Avett has frequently said that he considers himself to be an artist first—above all else—but most people know him as a musician first and are often surprised to discover he is an accomplished painter and printmaker, and has been a working visual artist for as long as he has been a musician. Until recently, he has kept the artmaking part of his life more private, almost as a respite or refuge from his life as a performer."
-  Linda Johnson Dougherty, Chief Curator & Curator of Contemporary Art, North Carolina Museum of Art.

“One of the things that I love about painting is that I never consider myself to have an audience. In the world of music, the audience is not just fans of music; they’re fans of many things. I think everyone on the planet is a fan of painting because everyone is a fan of visual stimulation, but I’ve had freedom in the world [of painting] because I’ve kept it to myself. In the music world, when we’re making work, we are obligated to no longer be completely free from what we are to someone else… As musicians, a lot of times we find ourselves getting cornered and wanting to shake free.”
- Scott Avett.
     
314.367.8020


Framations: Friday, 21 June 2019


Framations Art Gallery invites the public to view a new art exhibit inspired by travel:  what we see, where we go, what we experience. This exhibit features artwork from 32 artists from all over the St. Louis Region. Artwork includes paintings of various media, pastels, drawing, photographs and fiber art. Imagery from across the globe is included, as well as scenes from our country.

There will be a free opening reception June 21 from 6-8 pm. The exhibit will continue through August 1. During the full length of the exhibit, visitors will be able to vote for People's Choice, which will be announced at the end of the exhibit. This is in addition to the Juror's awards, which will be announced at the reception.

The Juror for this exhibit was Ahzad Bogosian.

Framations is open Tuesday - Saturday 10-6 and Sundays 12-5.

218 North Main Street
St. Charles, MO 63301
636.724.8313



Thursday, June 13, 2019

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 21 June 2019

Summer Sangria Event & Peruvian Treats
Friday, June 21, 6-8 p.m.

This year for our traditional Summer Sangria Event, Atrium will be joined by our newest neighbor, "Cocina Latina," a wonderful Peruvian restaurant located just around the corner. We are jointly hosting a Summer evening showcasing our current exhibition of "Prints and Drawings" which includes work by Colombian artist Ruby Rumié and Peruvian artist, Francisca Sutil. The evening will offer an opportunity to meet Maritza Rios, owner of Cocina Latina, and to enjoy tasty Peruvian treats from her elegant restaurant. Please join us to enjoy an evening of Sangria, wine, art, and delicious Peruvian tastings.               

Thursday - Saturday: 10 - 5, Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment
Event parking available on building lot (east side) 

4814 Washington Ave. (Central West End)
St. Louis, MO 63108
314.367.1076


Art St. Louis: Saturday, 15 June 2019

Gallery view photo by Robin Hirsch-Steinhoff

Honor Awards 2019
Free reception: Saturday, June 15, 5-7 p.m.
June 15-July 18, 2019 
   
"Honor Awards 2019"  is a multi-media visual art exhibition that features 49 artworks by ten Award-winning artists curated from our 2018 juried exhibitions at Art Saint Louis. Jessica Mannisi is the exhibit curator for Honor Awards 2019.

Featured artists: Favian Anello, St. Louis; Ainura Ashirova Barron, St. Charles, MO; Mark Appling Fisher, St. Charles, MO; Barbara Holtz, Clayton, MO; Gena Loseto, St. Louis; Justin Henry Miller, Cape Girardeau, MO; Song Park, St. Louis; Deanne Row, St. Charles, MO; Snail Scott, Edwardsville, IL; Ann Miller Titus, Quincy, IL.

Hours Monday-Friday 8 am-4 pm, Saturday 9 am-3 pm, closed Sundays & holidays. Closed July 4-6 for holiday.

Art Saint Louis Gallery & Catalyst Coffee Bar
1223 Pine Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
314/241-4810

Monday, June 10, 2019

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 12 June 2019


“Seen Around Our City”
July 1 – August 30, 2019
Opening reception held on Friday, July 12, 2019  from 5-8 p.m.

Featuring encaustic mixed media scenes of St. Louis by Leah Merriman, mixed media mandalas by Mira Patel, landscape oil paintings by Michael Anderson, and whimsical animal paintings by Alison Bozarth.

Thirty other local artists will be exhibiting with artwork including glass, wood, paintings, collage, jewelry and more.

Hours are Wednesday thru Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm- Closed Monday and Tuesday.

Green Door art gallery
21 N. Gore
Old Webster Groves
in the historical Heritage Building.

Wednesday, June 05, 2019

Third Degree Glass Factory: Friday, 21 June 2019


Tuesday, June 04, 2019

Missouri History Museum: FRiday, 7 June 2019


Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Dark Room: Friday, 7 June 2019

Peace in the Prairie
Friday, June 7, 2019 at 5–9 pm.

Saint Louis Story Stitchers’ Peace in the Prairie expands the artistic body of work of African American artists, supports the exploration of natural settings by both artists and audiences and the greater understanding of Missouri's endangered prairies. The exhibition highlights photographic work collected for the project in Missouri prairie lands.

Tall green grass and starry nights,                                                                                                              Dilapidated residentials, such a sorry sight.
Endless plains, wild life and wild weeds,                                                                                                  Emergency vehicles, cops and sirens.
Post-traumatic stress,                                                                                                                            Living this inner-city life is so scary,                                                                                                        But I finally understand what I really need,                                                                                              Peace in the prairie.

Is the path towards peace through Missouri's prairies?

Artistic collaborators on the project include visual artists Troy Anthony, Susan Colangelo, Demil Johnson AKA Superhood, and Stitchers Youth Council photographers Cali Fleming and She’Kinah Taylor. Performing artists on the larger project include K.P. Dennis, Reginald McNichols AKA Ntegrity, Bobby Norfolk, and Merlin Bell.

The Dark Room
3610 Grandel Square
St. Louis 63103

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Sheldon Art Galleries, Friday, 31 May 2019


Sunday, May 19, 2019

Foundry Art Centre: Friday, 31 May 2019



Opening reception  Friday, May 31, 2019  6-8 pm.
Juror’s Talk from Deborah Douglas in the Main Gallery at 5:30 pm.
On show May 31 - July 19, 2019.

“Putting It Together 2: The Art of Assembling” is as much a collage of diverse artists as it is a collection of collage artworks. It includes forty-one artists from sixteen states, Belgium, Lithuania, and Canada. Juror Deborah Douglas has selected fifty-five assemblage and collage artworks for this exhibition. The viewer will be struck by the combination of

material and process utilized uniquely by each artist to communicate their idea
into two or three dimensions.

Going Solo
Award Winner from 2017 exhibition “Nth Degree” Susan Campbell will be exhibiting her artwork in Gallery III. In “We Made (Pretend) Plans”, she “considers the ways that urban environments are manipulated and shaped. Campbell’s process of apprehending inscriptions and boundary marks found on site transpires into artworks which explore patterns of impermanence, perpetuated by technological developments in the production of space.”

Emerging artist Holly Boruck will exhibit her body of work entitled “Zeitgeist Portraits” in the Ameristar Gallery. These oil portraits communicate a direct, emotional, physical, and wordless reaction to the question: “What is your outlook, response, frame of mind about the current state of the world?”

520 N. Main Center
St. Charles, MO 63301

Soulard Art Gallery: Friday, 24 May 2019

“Faces” opening night 7-9 pm.
awards are announced at 8pm.

You’ll have a chance to meet the artists, enjoy live music by the band Raw Earth, have some finger foods and drinks. You can also check out the rooms of our 14 resident artists.


Soulard Art Gallery
2028 S 12th St.

St. Louis 63104

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Arcade Contemporary Art Projects: Saturday, 1 June 2019


Santos Foundation 10th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition

Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM

Arcade Contemporary Art Projects
Webster University Gateway Campus
812 Olive Street
St. Louis 63101

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

May Gallery: 10 May 2019

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Carolynne Barrow, Ryan Gines, Jake Howell, Kaylee Reagan

10 May - 2 August 2019
Opening reception Friday,10 May, 5-7 pm

The May Gallery is located on the second floor, west wing, of the Sverdrup Building at 8300 Big Bend Boulevard, Webster Groves MO 63119. Hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-9:00 pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5:00 pm. May Gallery events are free and open to the public. Please join us!