Thursday, April 10, 2014

Fontbonne University Fine Art Gallery: Monday, 14 April 2014

Thesis Show at Fontbonne University

April 14 - 28
Reception: Mon., April 14, 6pm - 8p


Graduating students will have some of their best work on view for this exhibit featuring MA and BFA students. Reception on Monday, April 14 from 6-8pm.

Fontbonne University
Clayton, MO

Heirloom Room: Saturday, 12 April 2014


"Vintage Process" at the Heirloom Room

This Saturday, come down to Cherokee Street for a reception of Erica Popp's  alternative process prints at the Heirloom Room, the cutest antique store in town, located at 2118 Cherokee Street in St. Louis. The reception will be held from 11am-4pm.

She'll be showing cyanotypes, Van Dyke brown prints, gum bichromate prints, and photopolymer intaglio prints on view in a salon style exhibit. Come enjoy some wine, view the prints, and visit the greenhouse, where they make the cutest botanical arrangements. Plus, on Saturday there will be a jewelry vendor, and it's also Lo-Fi Cherokee, which means there will be 16 live music video shoots at various businesses on Cherokee, including one at the Heirloom Room at 5:30, so there will be plenty to do and see.

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Art Saint Louis Gallery: Saturday, 19 April 2014

APRIL 3-MAY 29, 2014

Art Saint Louis proudly presents "Silence & Noise," a new multi-media art exhibition currently on view through May 29, 2014 in the Art Saint Louis Gallery at 1223 Pine Street in downtown St. Louis. We are pleased to announce that this exhibition actually opened a couple of weeks earlier than originally scheduled and is indeed up, open & ready for viewing!

Please join us in the Art Saint Louis Gallery next Saturday evening, April 19 from 6-8 p.m. for the free opening reception for "Silence & Noise." Parking suggestions can be found at the bottom of this email. If you miss the reception, the exhibit is on view through Thursday, May 29 and Gallery hours are Monday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Sundays & holidays, including closed for Memorial day weekend & Memorial day. Free & open to the public.

Silence & Noise features 55 artworks by 49 St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois. The artworks in this multi-media exhibit include paintings, film and digital photography, printmaking, woodwork, mixed media, glass, drawing, and more.

Silence & Noise was an all media juried exhibit. Works in this exhibition reflect the push/pull of either noise or silence. The two concepts of opposites are examined, demonstrating how silence and noise work both as a force against AND alongside one another. Artworks featured are either comprised of clean, simple lines and are visually silent, OR the artworks are multi-layered, messy and thereby visually noisy. In addition to the physically representation, artworks that are conceptually silent or noisy are also presented.

Serving as Jurors for this exhibition were artist Marie Bannerot McInerney, Professor, Fiber Department, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO, and artist Gary Passanise, Professor, Webster University, and founder, Executive Director, The Santo Foundation, St. Louis, MO.

The 49 artists juried into this exhibit are Bill Abendroth, Highland, IL; Michael Anderson, Belleville, IL; Jim Burwinkel, St. Louis; Rod Callies, Wildwood, MO; Blake Carroll, Imperial, MO; Rita Chu, Olivette, MO; Jen Collins, University City, MO; Jennifer Deal, Maplewood, MO; Cheryl Dorris, St. Louis; Larry Duffy, St. Charles, MO; Dara Eskridge, St. Louis; Suzy Farren, Webster Groves, MO; Christine Giancola, Florissant, MO; John M. Goessmann, St. Louis, MO; Spring Hansen, Foley, MO;
Kerry Hirth, Columbia, MO; Jeff Hursey, Belleville, IL; Ruth Kolker, Creve Coeur, MO; Ken Konchel, University City, MO;
Jean Lopez, St. Louis; Sarah Maples, Hillsboro, MO; Jocelyn Meyer, University City, MO; Kitty Mollman, Ladue, MO; Hal Moran, St. Charles, MO; Katherine Nelson, Chesterfield, MO; Tamara Peeples, St. Peters, MO; Bill Perry, Maplewood, MO; Caroline Philippone, St. Louis; Sharron Pollack, St. Louis; Judith Repke, Bridgeton, MO; Dan Richter, St. Louis; Megan Rieke, Kirkwood, MO; Erin Rivers, St. Louis; Russ Rosener, St. Louis, MO; Anglélica AvendañoRosso, St. Louis; Michael H. Rubin, St. Louis; Mary Gardner Russe, Clayton, MO; Marceline Saphian, Chesterfield, MO; Scott Schlapkohl, Godfrey, IL; Sydnor Scholer, St. Louis; Kurtis Shoemake, Barnhart, MO; Julie Snidle, Festus, MO; Valerie Snyder, Creve Coeur, MO; Ryan Strong, Imperial, MO; Bob Sullivan, Jr., Chesterfield, MO; Ron Vivod, Collinsville, IL; Janet Frazee Wade, Chesterfield, MO; Teresa Wang, Clayton, MO; Kate Warner, Kirkwood, MO.

HOURS Monday 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Closed Sundays & holidays, including Memorial Day weekend & Memorial Day.

Art Saint Louis Gallery
& Mississippi Mud Coffee Roasters Café
at the Park Pacific Building
1223 Pine Street
St. Louis, MO 63103

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Gallery at RAC: Friday, 18 April 2014

The Gallery at RAC Presents: The Art of Craft

Erin Vigneau Dimick, James Ibur, Sherri Jaudes, Laura Elizabeth Mullen, Yael Shomroni, Laura Strand
April 11 – May 17, 2014

Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, April 18, from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

The Art of Craft, One Definition presents six artists with outstanding work in metals, ceramic, and fibers who celebrate craft beyond its outdated designation as having utilitarian purpose. From sterling silver grasshoppers to clay forms that suggest narratives of the sea, these artworks demonstrate “remarkable technical skill,” curator Nancy Newman Rice observes, and each offers
“something unique to communicate: a story, an observation, a purpose, or an idea.”

The gallery talk, which will take the form of a panel discussion concerning the meaning of craft, will be on Wednesday, May 14, from 5:30 – 7:00pm.

The Gallery at the Regional Arts Commission
6128 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112
(across from The Pageant)
Free parking behind The Pageant or metered street parking

Bullivant Gallery: Friday, 11 April 2014

Bullivant Gallery is having it's first art opening in their new gallery in Grand Center this Friday April 11th from 6 - 9pm.   Please join us to see the new works from photographer Robert Bullivant and John Barhydt, and painters Ron Flier and Sheldon Johnson.

Robert's work will include some of his newest images of Ducati motorcycles and the Bugatti Veyron,
while John's work explores the abstract in the machine.  Ron's paintings feature plein air landscapes
of Italy and France, and Sheldon will be showing some pieces from his continuing series of abstracts.

Please join us at 3321 Washington Blvd in Grand Center. 1 Block west of Urban Chestnut Micro Brewery. Wine tasting by 3 Squirrels Winery.

Bullivant Gallery, LLC
Grand Center for the Arts
3321 Washington Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 865-0077

Friday, April 04, 2014

May Gallery: Friday, 4 April 2014

Gallery logo

Annual Juried Exhibition

© Clair Staples

4 April - 2 May 2014

Opening Reception and Awards Presentation
Friday, 4 April, 5-7 pm

and in the Small Wall Gallery, Photographs from Tuscany
curated by Laura Schilli

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.

Laumeier Sculpture Park: Friday, 11 April 2014

Exhibitions - Mound City
 Alison Saar, Leelinau, 1997

Explore St. Louis' Succession of Cultures in our Contemporary World through Mound City,
April 11 - August 24, 2014

Public Reception: Friday, April 11, 6-9 pm
The artists in Mound City seek traces of Native culture in the contemporary world, and use the two monuments that most exemplify the irresolution of our past-the Missisippean mounds and the Gateway Arch-as primary points of exploration for new ways to understand our present history through our past.

Friday, April 11, 7:30PM, The Way Field

Ottowa-based DJ trio A Tribe Called Red opens the exhibition with a free performance in the Park.  They said, "To Native youth everywhere... this moment right now is proof that whatever goals you strive for in life, they're completely attainable so strive high."

The Pulitzer: Friday, 9 May 2014

The Pulitzer and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts invite you to celebrate the opening of
May 9 - October 5, 2014

Opening Celebration Friday, May 9 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Designed by Freecell Architecture, Lots is a temporary structure that activates an empty lot across the street from the Pulitzer building.  Composed of a platform and canopy, Lots will serve as a space for outdoor performances, social gatherings, and public education programs in the Grand Center neighborhood of St. Louis.

The opening celebration will include a performance by Grand Center Arts Academy students, as well as a conversation with recipients of grants for community events that will take place as part of PXSTL programming throughout the summer.

The Pulitzer is open on  Wednesdays, 12 - 5 pm and Saturdays, 10 am - 5 pm. Admission is free.

Thursday, April 03, 2014

Clayton Fine Art Gallery: Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Don't forget our Clayton Fine Art Gallery Second Wednesday Art Party is from 5 to 8 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month.  

Join us Wednesday, April 9 for the next event.  The folks from Morgan Street Brewery will be bringing in samples of their craft brewed beers. We'll provide snacks to complement their samples.  

The gallery is loaded with new art, which we're sure you will enjoy as much as the beer samples.
You will discover a variety of artistic styles and mediums, including oils, acrylics, watercolors, mixed media, photography, pastels, sculpture, and more.  Styles include contemporary, classic, realism, abstract, and impressionism.  We are sure to have something that will delight your artistic senses.  Our artwork changes often.  Come by and see what's new.

We are located next to Imo's Pizza on the west side of the street and across the street from Clayton City Hall and the US Post Office

Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 11-6,  Sunday 12-5, Closed Monday -  Tuesday  
Clayton Fine Art Gallery
21 North Bemiston
Clayton, Missouri 63105

Cina Structural Integration: Friday, 18 April 2014

Cina Structural Integration would like to welcome you to an Art Open House.  Please join us Friday, April 18th, 2014 from 6:00 to 9:00pm to celebrate the art of Dail Chambers, nationally known visual artist and author.  Several of her pieces are currently installed in the studio and her latest book is hot off the presses.

The studio is located at 4607 Shrewsbury Avenue, Shrewsbury, MO  63119 just off Interstate 44 and near the Old Orchard neighborhood of Webster Groves.

Kirkwood Area Arts Council: Thursday, 10 April 2014

The opening reception for the Art @ the Station exhibit by the Kirkwood High School AP Art students will be next week, Thursday, April 10, 2014.  The reception is from 5:30 - 7:00 pm.

Art is currently available for viewing when the station is open.
Kirkwood Area Arts Council

Missouri Athletic Club: Friday, 18 April 2014

Professional Dress Code Required

This show features over 50 pieces from Smithey's Mark Twain series.

Smithey views himself less as a painter, sculptor or draftsmen or even just an artist for that matter.  He sees himself as a creator, a creator of ideas and tangible things, a creator without the limitations of labels like artist, writer, inventor, etc.

The Mark Twain series is the dissection of the process of creation and is the culmination of years of exploration, evolution and innovation in that process. To Zack, it's more about the journey than the destination. There are an infinite number of ways to get from point A to point B. He is discovering and inventing new pathways to his destination. Instead of creating a series that is dominated by a single style, this series seeks to explore variations in technique while unifying the series with a single subject, Mark Twain. The Mark Twain series is not only a testament to Zack’s inventive spirit, but also pays homage to one of the most celebrated figures in modern literature; who just so happens to be from our own backyard… Hannibal, Missouri.

Missouri Athletic Club
405 Washington Ave.
St. Louis

Beverly Gallery: Saturday, 5 April 2014

Join us for a spectacular book launch and exhibition April 5th @ Beverly Gallery 3155 Cherokee St.
April 5th 2-4pm
 Dail Chambers will discuss her works and read from her new book!
Books available for purchase

Monday, March 31, 2014

Compônere Gallery of Art: sunday, 4 May 2014

Josh Chapman: “Mythos”

April 27th, 2014 – May 24th, 2014
Reception: Sunday May 4th, 2014 2-4 p.m.

Creatures of myth and legend have always fascinated me. From an early age when being read to from Welsh and German faerie tales, these stories began to inspire my own inner monologue. They represented the "what if". Gathered from roughly the last year of my work, this series is an anthropological approach to the personal inner world these stories helped create.

Hours M-TR 11-5| F-S 11-9 | S 1-5

Compônere Gallery of Art – 28 years of art
6509 Delmar Blvd  St. Louis MO 63130
(314) 721-1181

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Grafica Fine Art: Friday, 4 April 2014

NEXT FRIDAY!  "Celebrating St. Louis Old & New" by Annie Smith Piffel and her art students will have an opening reception Friday, April 4 from 6-9 pm

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

The Vino Gallery: Saturday, 5 April 2014

Please join us on the evening of Saturday April the 5th, from 6 PM until 9 PM, for the opening of  Recent Artwork by Terri Shay & Kit Keith. Terri Shay?s colorful artwork is inspired by organic growth and nature while Kit Keith cites outsider art as an inspiration. 

The exhibit will be on display through May 31st, 2014. The Vino Gallery
4701 McPherson Ave.
Saint Louis,MO 63108

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Fifty09 Gallery: Friday, 28 March 2014

Three, Six, Etc. By Louis Brengard

March 28 - April 18
Opening Reception: March 28 from 6-9 pm

Three, Six, Etc. is an attempt to create work that is guided by mathematical constraints placed by the artist, to distance the work from its maker. The processes used transform arbitrary fragments of the world into something more comfortable to view, not unlike the prismatic organization a kaleidoscope provides. This idea to create objective work is driven by feelings of fickleness and various fears that come about when a creator must present their work. There is an intent to relieve the expectations and responsibility attached to creating. 

5009A Miami St  
St. Louis MO

The Starlight Gallert: Sunday, 30 March 2014

 Opening Reception for James (Jim) Dierkes on Sunday, March 30th, 2-4 PM

Play Ball!

Working primarily in watercolor and with the figure and portraits, James brilliantly portrays the human form in action, but also keeps an illustrated feel to the piece. He brings to life the legends of sport through his own interpretation and an exquisite mix of drawing and painting. The story of each athlete is brought to life--a figure captured forever--legendary.
The Starlight Gallert
903 Main Street
Highland, IL  62249

The Dark Room: Thursday, 27 March 2014

Thursday, March 27th is the official opening of our first photography exhibition, "New On The Scene". We are holding a reception from 6-8pm and hope you can make it out to view the phenomenal work and enjoy a glass of wine / a bite to eat!

"New On The Scene" - curated by Susan Hacker Stang in conjunction with The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum.

 "New On The Scene" showcases eight photographers working in the St. Louis area. Seven are working in the field as professional photographers; one has gone on to graduate school. They are working as assistants or doing freelance work. Some are specializing in editorial photography, portraiture, food or photojournalism. These eight are fresh to the scene and doing a bit of everything…that is how you start out to make a life in photography. Each one loves this medium. They experiment. The photographs on display here come out of the personal expressive projects which each continues to explore. Images made with toy cameras, multiple exposures, abstractions on walls and more.

Monday closed, Tuesday-Wednesday 4pm-midnight, Thursday-Saturday 4pm-1am, Sunday 4pm-midnight

615 N. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63013

Monday, March 24, 2014

Reese Gallery: Friday, 28 March 2014

Terrain: From Here to the Horizon
with artists Erica Iman & Elysia Mann
Reception: Show opens March 28th with a reception from 6-8pm and runs through May 10th

In “Terrain” two artists cover landscapes of mind and matter. Erica Iman creates artwork reminiscent of glacier and stone. Hewn from the earth, her ceramic forms echo a timeless horizon. Through process and print, Elysia Mann, chronicles the beauty of mundane moments. As she surveys the land of language, Mann maps paths of experience and symbol.

Reese Gallery is located in the Cherokee Arts Neighborhood, just off of Antique Row at 3410 Wisconsin - where Wisconsin crosses Cherokee. Hours: Wednesday and Saturday 1-4pm

3410 Wisconsin
Saint Louis, MO 63118

Friday, March 21, 2014

The Philip Slein Gallery: Friday, 11 April 2014

Jamie Adams, jeanniestand, 2011, oil on linen, 83" x 78
Reception: Friday, April 11th, 6 – 8 pm runs through May 17th

The Philip Slein Gallery is pleased to present Recent Work by Jamie Adams. From 2006 to 2012 Jamie produced the Jeannie Series of black and white paintings based on the black and white Godard film Breathless, featuring the beautiful and tragic American dreamer Jean Seberg. The paintings are set in the Jeannie character's Paris apartment, but Jamie uses the apartment as a tabula rasa on which to project his own dreams.

In his newest work, the Niagara Series, he dispenses with the black and white altogether, and Jeannie is likewise freed from the confines of her Paris apartment. In the Niagara Series, Jeannie joins an assorted cast of characters including Marilyn Monroe at that most oneiric of locations, Niagara Falls.

Ever since Heraclitus, the river has been a symbol of time passing, of flux: and the waterfall, if nothing else, symbolizes a change of course or, perhaps, a rebirth. Nature inspires our dreams, our dreams inspire our imagination--and our art. It would not be a surprise, therefore, to hear Jamie Adams say: "I dream of Jeannie."

In addition to the Jamie Adams exhibition, the gallery will also be presenting a selection of gallery artists.

Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10am-5pm

The Philip Slein Gallery
4735 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis MO

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 21 March 2014


March 21—May 10

Please join us for an Opening Reception, Friday, March 21, 6-8pm

Claudia DeMonte, "Female Fetish: Open-toe Shoe," 2009
pewter and brass on wood                      5 1/2" x 9" x 3"

Atrium Gallery presents "Intimate," a group exhibition featuring new work by:

Claudia DeMonte
Julia Fernandez-Pol
Michael Marshall
Annette Morriss
Steven Sorman
Katy Stone
Elizabeth Thach

Presented will be specific groupings of small works creating opportunities for an intimate encounter with viewers.  The focus will be on the dynamic quality of close viewing of small, very precious works from each of the seven artists.  Included will be both two and three dimensional works, paintings, drawings, sculpture, and mixed media pieces.

The exhibition opens March 21 with a reception from 6—8 p.m. and runs through May 10.

Parking available for the Opening on building lot (east side)
Thursday - Saturday: 10 - 5Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment

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

White Flag Projects: Saturday, 22 March 2014

Lena Henke opening reception this Saturday + Cooper Jacoby
White Flag Projects

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Gallery Visio: Thursday, 24 April 2014

Bridge Water by Kevin Hill
April 24 – May 15, 2014
Opening Reception April 24, 4-7pm

The exhibition is a juried contest that will feature photographs taken by UMSL students, alumni, faculty, and staff while traveling abroad. Also categorized as travel photography, this genre is meant to document, with images, a region’s people and their culture, in addition to their surroundings. Aspiring to portray the feeling of a culture, place and time in its natural state is the objective.

This contest is sponsored by the UMSL International Studies Department.

Gallery Visio (at the University of Missouri-St. Louis)
170 Millennium Student Center
One University Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

Friday, March 14, 2014

Fort Gondo: Saturday, 29 March 2014

Dail Chambers
"Itshanapa: A Surreal Sankofa Experience"
March 29 - April 19, 2014
at beverly

Opening reception Saturday, March 29, 7-10 PM

"Itshanapa: A Surreal Sankofa Experience" is a solo exhibition of new work by Dail Chambers.

3151 Cherokee Street 
St. Louis 63118

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Bruno David Gallery: Friday, 4 April 2014

April 4 – May 3, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, April 4th, from 5:00 to 9:00 pm
Modem: Topology (Project Room)
Woman in the Dunes (New Media Room)

Storms is an exhibition of experimental mixed media prints by Carmon Colangelo created at Flying Horse Press. Using the processes of relief printmaking and chine-collé, Colangelo has developed a unique vocabulary of architectonic forms and fragments, repurposing discarded laser cut plates from architecture models, calligraphy, and maps to create turbulent spaces. This body of work explores storm patterns and environmental instability, marrying random male and female hurricane names in the title of each work: Jose & Joyce, Ernesto & Emily, Agnes & Andrew, Gustav & Grace, Barry & Bertha, Wendy & William, Odette & Otto, and Floyd & Fifi. These prints expand on Colangelo's interest in representing the dynamic shifts of our interconnected world. This show marks Colangelo’s seventh solo exhibition with the gallery. A fully illustrated book accompanies the exhibition.

In the Project Room, the gallery presents an exhibition “Modem: Topology” by Thomas Sleet.
In this current body of work, Thomas Sleet continues an investigation into the structural dynamics of repeating forms and the interrelationships between resultant internal and external spaces. The evidence provided by these experiments evokes natural structure, synthetic assembly and the possibilities of interface between. This work is inspired by methods of building found in nature; “I get inspiration from natural formations of earth, rock, and debris typically found along creeks, streams, and rivers.” The materials Sleet employs: cement, wood, ground red brick, carpet and mirror – echo the colors, textures and surfaces of these natural topographies. Thomas works primarily with recycled and reclaimed materials, and does so because there is a story or history inherent in these objects– like a spirit. Working with these material histories, [spirits] enables the artist to articulate concepts and principles that transcend specific composition, material bias and scale. Shape and form evoke function and includes both positive and negative form function. Meaning that the positive form can serve as vessel, shell, solid or fluid and the surface can even be permeable: Effigy, shrine, vestibule, crucible, reservoir, altar, vessel, obelisk, and portal.

In the New Media Room, the gallery presents a video work “Woman in the Dunes” by Lana Z Caplan. Named after Hiroshi Teshigahara’s 1964 film, which was based on the Kobe Abe novel Suna no Onna (1962), Woman in the Dunes is a looping video installation shot on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. In the video, a darkly tanned mother holding her child in her arms walks slowly into the deep azure water. Step by step they are subsumed, the child resting her head on the mama’s shoulder, trusting her completely as they are increasingly submerged. As they reach the water level to the child’s neck, she tips her head away from the mother, bending backwards into the water. The mother dives head first into the water. In what feels like an eternity, several seconds pass as we wait for them to surface. They do not…. only the mother emerges, further out to sea than where they disappeared. She swims into shore, slowly, skillfully and alone. As in Teshigahara’s film, a task of domesticity, here motherhood is alluded to as an endless cycle of struggling for survival with the encumbrance of the child, and no end in sight. Each time the loop repeats, the woman makes a choice between her role as a mother with the dependence of the child or the freedom of the individual. There is beauty in both options, the natural and familiar image of the baby carried on her hip like an Italian Madonna, and the graceful dive and smooth strokes of the confident, solo swimmer. But there is also tension and danger in the depths of the water. While the horizonless expanse of water undulates, the viewer is left to wonder, what’s become of the baby.

Hours: Wed-Sat 10:00 am – 5:00 pm



Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Bonsack Gallery: Friday, 4 April 2014

 Marini Rides Again, polychromed plaster and wood, 40 x 24 x 20 inches
Gail Cassilly, local sculptor and co-founder of the City Museum, will exhibit in the Bonsack Gallery from April 4 through May 7, 2014. Cassilly has been a studio and exhibiting artist for more than 35 years, working in a wide range of materials and themes. All are invited to an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Friday, April 4.

Of her work, Cassilly says, “My figurative sculptural forms evolve out of a search for a unique ‘emotional rightness.’ This is unveiled through a dialogue of choices involving material, shape, gesture, theme and color.”

Regular gallery hours are 8 am to 5 pm, weekdays. The exhibit is free to the public

The Bonsack Gallery
on the campus of John Burroughs School
755 South Price Road
Ladue, MO

Clayton Fine Art Gallery: Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Join us Wednesday, March 12, 5 to 8 p.m. We'll provide wine and light snacks.

Georgian artist Ms. Irina Tevzadze is featured in the gallery this month with an exciting and provocative exhibit.
Clayton Fine Art Gallery represents a core group of Resident Artists. Periodically we also invite juried artists as guests of the gallery to complement our exhibition. You will discover a variety of artistic styles and mediums, including oils, acrylics, watercolors, mixed media, photography, pastels, sculpture, and more.  Styles include contemporary, classic, realism, abstract, and impressionism. 

Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 11-6,  Sunday 12-5, Closed Monday-Tuesday 
Clayton Fine Art Gallery
21 North Bemiston
Clayton, Missouri 63105

www.claytonfineartgallery.comWe are located next to Imo's Pizza on the west side of the street and across the street from Clayton City Hall and the US Post Office

Monday, March 10, 2014

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 21 March 2014

March 21­ - May 10
Please join us for an Opening Reception, Friday, March 21, 6-8pm

Atrium Gallery announces an upcoming exhibition, "Intimate."  Presented will be specific groupings of small works creating opportunities for an intimate encounter with viewers.  The focus will be on the dynamic quality of close viewing of small, very precious works from each of the seven artists.  Included will be both two and three dimensional works, paintings, drawings, sculpture, and mixed media pieces.

Claudia deMonte
Julia Fernandez-Pol
Michael Marshall
Annette Morriss
Steven Sorman
Katy Stone
Elizabeth Thach

Parking available for the Opening on building lot (east side)

Thursday - Saturday: 10 - 5, Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment

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

Friday, March 07, 2014

St. Louis Art Museum: Friday, 28 March 2014

HEARding Cats Collective present Original Self
New video work by Van McElwee
Friday, Mar. 28 - 7 pm

HEARding Cats Collective presents the world premiere of Original Self, a new video work by Van McElwee, accompanied by live music. Three separate musical ensembles will interpret the fifteen-minute video in three different ways. "We recorded a parade of marchers with ten cameras:' McElwee says, "so that in editing I could create a procession that branches into multiple versions of itself, into clouds of variation:'

St. Louis Art Museum

Thursday, March 06, 2014

Hunt Gallery: Friday, 21 March 2014

Altered Connections: Recent Art from Serbia will open with a public reception on Friday, March 21 from 6 – 8 pm at the Hunt Gallery at Webster University. Comprised of video installations, photography and textiles, Altered Connections will introduce some of the important and, in some cases, provocative work being created by Serbian artists.

With accelerated globalization, much recent art practice has emphasized a multi-dimensional understanding of identity. Serbian artists – and the Yugoslavian diaspora – are at the forefront of this global approach. The exhibition will include works by eight internationally acclaimed Serbian artists: Dejan Kaludjerović, Aleksandra Lalić, Tanja Ostojić, Vesna Pavlović, Ivan Petrović, Vahida Ramujkić, Zoran Todorović, and Katarina Zdjelar.

A panel discussion featuring Serbian exhibition artists Dejan Kaludjerović, Vesna Pavlović, and Vahida Ramujkić will be presented on Friday, March 21 from 11:30-1:30 in Sunnen Lounge in the University Center at Webster University.

In her exhibition catalogue essay, Suzana Milevska, Endowed Chair Professor of Central and South East European Art Histories at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, wrote:

“Almost after a quarter of a century from the split of Yugoslavia, the politics of memory and futureless nostalgia still dominate the public space and local politics in Serbia. The domination also concerns freedom of movement, expression and creativity necessary for producing emancipated subjects that would neither produce false mnemonics nor succumb to current instant reconciliatory right-wing and neo-liberally driven ideologies.

"One could argue that some of the contemporary artists in Serbia, especially the emerging artists of younger generations (e.g. the youngest artists who are presenting works in Alter Connections) may not even have clear personal memories of the 1990s war conflicts. However, the burden of collectively inherited guilt, or implanted “false memories” from not yet reconciled tensions, the cultural and political isolation, the impoverished middle class, nationalistic discourse and ethnic hatred surrounding “lost” territory compete with the desires to be included and to fully “belong” to contemporary “Europe” (meaning European Union).”

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm or by appointment

Webster University – Visual Arts Studio
8342 Big Bend Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri, 63119

Monday, March 03, 2014

Koken Art Factory: Friday, 2 May 2-14

Friday, May 2nd, 6-10pm & Saturday, May 3rd, 12-5pm

In May of 2012 the STL Outsider Art Fair was held for the very first time. Located in the Koken Art Factory’s Pingle Building, it marked the beginning of an annual affair that intended to showcase local and national outsider art talents in St. Louis.

The term ‘outsider art’ was coined by Roger Cardinal in 1972 as the English translation of the French term art brut. The term art brut was first used by painter Jean Dubuffet to describe artwork done by people on the fringes of society that had no knowledge of the mainstream art world.

ADMISSION: $5 – Suggested Donation. All donations will be used to cover production expenses.

Koken Art Factory’s Pingle Building,
2655 Victor
St. Louis, 63104

William Shearburn Gallery: Friday, 4 April 2014

Blank Space: Friday, 7 March 2014

photographs by dave moore

Opening: March 7, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Exhibition: March 7-31

Blank Space
2847 Cherokee (at Nebraska)

Duane Reed Gallery: Friday, 11 April 2014

April 11th through May 10th
Opening Reception April 11th from 5-8 p.m.

Beverly Mayeri works with refined and elegant heads and figures often using meticulously patterned details that allude to the inner life of emotions, thoughts and human frailties. The pieces are painted in washes of acrylic paint. Mayeri’s figures “evoke a richly complicated human presence,”and often “bridge the psychological, the political and the sensuous within one hybrid form.”

ST. LOUIS, MO 63108

Saturday, March 01, 2014

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 28 March 2014

“In the Shadow of the Arch”
March 5, 2014 through April 26, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, March 28, 2014  Time: 5– 9 p.m

“In the Shadow of the Arch” is a one-year visual exploration of something Garry McMichael has looked at almost every day for the past thirty years, and like many of his fellow St. Louisans, has largely taken for granted.  “In the Shadow of the Arch” is a multi-medium exploration starting with photography but also includes sketches, paintings in several mediums, and digital paintings created on an iPad or computer.  McMichael said his goal is to create a body of work depicting the Arch in such a manner as to encourage viewers to reacquaint themselves with what can only be described as one of the most beautiful sculptures of the 20th century. McMichael is a visual artist working in a variety of mediums.  It is his goal to show others, the world around them from an inspiring, somewhat different point of view.

To draw attention to the subjects he attempts to capture them during those fleeting moments when the atmospheric conditions and the ever-changing light come together in a flash of visual inspiration. It is at those moments that he attempts to turn everyday situations and objects into unforgettable imagery, be it in the form of a photograph or a painting.

McMichael states, “On rare occasions my art slips into the world of impressionism, but, because of my years as a commercial photographer, I am quite comfortable as a realist creating representational art.”

Also featured will be Tatyana Robberts’ plein air and Russia paintings along with her handcrafted batiks. For the past few years Tatyana Robberts has been doing mostly Plein Air painting in oil, but has been working in other media when the mood strikes.

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

Green Door art gallery
21 N. Gore Ave
Webster Groves, MO  63119

Compônere Gallery of Art: Sunday, 30 March 2014

Jules Unique
(Air Brush)

March 30,th 2014 - April 26,th 2014
Reception: Sunday, March 30,th 2 – 4p.m.

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Compônere Gallery of Art – 28 years of art
6509 Delmar Blvd
St. Louis MO 63130

Monday, February 24, 2014

May Gallery: Friday, 28 February 2014

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José Hernández-Claire:

Broken Roots:
Illegal Immigration into the U.S.

© Jose Hernandez-Claire

28 February - 28 March 2014

With a talk by Mr. Hernández-Claire on Friday, 28 February, at 3 pm in Sverdrup 123
Opening Reception Friday, 28 February, 5-7 pm

fonca conaculta

and in the Small Wall Gallery, Hayden Molinarolo
curated by Laura Schilli

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Duet: Saturday, March 29 2014

Yamini Nayar & Jerry Monteith

March 29 –May 31, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 29, 6pm-9pm

To see a world in a grain of sand
And heaven in a wild flower
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour—William Blake

In Duet’s second exhibition Yamini Nayar and Jerry Monteith explore the vertigo inducing ecstasy of dramatic scale shifts. The monumental and the microscopic collide in both 2D and 3D forms where it becomes difficult to tell where surface and volume begin and end. Nayar’s photographic work compresses space combined with an astonishing set of collaged figure ground reversals as a paradoxical sense of order emerges like a pyroclastic force from otherwise scrambled bric-a-brac. Monteith starts small and continues to pare down to what seems like a sub-atomic vanishing point. The effect of Monteith’s grain-like ‘Attractor’ series evokes Blake’s “hold infinity in the palm of your hand” as Nayar’s Chrysalis provides the embodiment of “eternity in an hour.”

3526 Washington Ave #300
St Louis, MO, 63103

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Art Saint Louis: Friday, 7 March 2014

 Free reception Friday evening
March 7, 2014, 6-8 p.m.

MARCH 7-27, 2014

Art Saint Louis proudly presents "Varsity Art XVIII," on view Friday, March 7 through Thursday, March 27, 2014 in our NEW Gallery at 1223 Pine Street in the historic Park Pacific building in downtown St. Louis.

 Please join us in the Art Saint Louis Gallery this Friday evening, March 7 from 6-8 p.m. for the free opening reception for "Varsity Art XVIII." If you miss the reception, the exhibit is on view through March 27 and Gallery hours are Monday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Free & open to the public.   

For the past eighteen years, Art Saint Louis has worked with art Professors and instructors in St. Louis regional colleges and universities to present the "Varsity Art" exhibition. This year's 18th annual exhibition highlights the works of 33 outstanding undergrad and grad level students representing 17 Missouri and Illinois colleges and universities.

The 17 participating institutions & 33 featured students in this year's exhibit are:
Graphic design by John M. Goessmann.

East Central College: Ricky Briggenhorst, Nick Telarico
Fontbonne University: Albert Yowshien Kuo, Erica Popp
Greenville College: Lisa Burhanna, Kylie Edwards
Jefferson College: Chloe Hamilton, Jeremiah Shewcraft
Lindenwood University: Erin Jameson Brown, Matthew Noblett
Maryville University: Maura T. Mayer, Rachel Vincenz
McKendree University: Kayla Jenkins, Kayla Morelan
St. Charles Community College: Brandon Arnold, Kentrell Strong
St. Louis Community College Florissant Valley: Jerren McKenny, Dominic Phillips
St. Louis Community College Forest Park: Deanna Michelle, Joseph Hellberg
St. Louis Community College Meramec: Damon Gaspar, Brian Lathan
St. Louis Community College Wildwood: Zoey Fiedler, Kaitlyn Swartz
Saint Louis University: Hongchen Li, Bobby Pickner
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville: Eric Heerspink, Jeramy White
University of Missouri-St. Louis: Sarah Cress-Ackermann, Victoria Wayne
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis: Anya Kavanaugh
Webster University: Conor Murphy, Montgomery Reed

HOURS Monday 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Closed Sundays.

Art Saint Louis is located at 1223 Pine Street in the heart of downtown St. Louis at the historic Park Pacific Building. The building is bordered by Olive, 14th, Tucker and Pine. Art Saint Louis is located on the Pine Street side (one-way Westbound) of the building. There is no direct access to Art Saint Louis from or through the Park Pacific Building. Need a map? Click here.

There is metered street parking on Pine Street and Olive Street. Meters run until 7 p.m. daily, 7 days a week. There is hourly parking in the Park Pacific parking garage (pay by cash only until 8 p.m. or anytime by credit card). Download a free Downtown Parking Guide here.

The Gallery is easily accessible by MetroLink and MetroBus with MetroBus stops on Olive Street and Tucker right near the building. 

Art Saint Louis
1223 Pine Street

St. Louis, MO