Monday, July 18, 2016

Clayton Fine Art Gallery: Friday, 5 August 2016

A very special reception on August 5th and Wine Tasting by The Wine Merchant of Clayton. Plus live jazz guitarist Carol Eder. All welcome! 6-9 pm. Meet all the resident and guest artists, see all the new artwork, and enjoy the wine, music and snacks!
www.claytonfineartgallery.com

Special Exhibit by Terry Whittle. Terry, a life-long, talented oil painter and long term Resident Artist is now painting from a wheel chair. Taken from Terry's bio: "Three years ago I fractured my neck and lost the use of my hands and legs. With the help of many generous people, I can still paint every day and actively display my work around the Saint Louis area."  He is also a U.S. Army Veteran.

Clayton Fine Art Gallery
21 N. Bemiston Ave
Clayton, MO, MO 63105
314-696-2244

Monday, July 11, 2016

Framations: Friday, 15 July 2016

A new exhibit at Framations Custom Framing and Art Gallery offers something for those inspired by animals. This exhibit, entitled "All Things Wild", is an all media exhibit of work focusing on the animal kingdom. This includes everything from the teeny tiny to the great and mighty. The opening reception for this exhibit will be Friday, July 15 from 6-8pm. Framations also invites the public to vote for People's Choice in the "All Things Wild" exhibit when they visit. The voting continues through the full length of the exhibit, which ends on August 25.

On display for the same period will be the exhibit Spirit Song, a mother and daughter exhibit by Judith and Ginger Repke. This mother and daughter work with the creator individually and/or with each other when making art.  Judith encouraged her daughter Ginger to paint her visions and gave her oil paint, canvas and an easel for Christmas.  Ginger has taken her camera on mother-daughter vacations and to various other locations, some photographs provide Judith with inspiration.  Judith's finished work contains things God has put in without her knowledge and Ginger likes to find and comment on them.  Ginger seeks technical advice and comments on her work from Judith for guidance and growth. Both delight in this creative collaboration. This exhibit will also open on July 15 and continue through August 25. Samples of their work can be found on www.framations.com.

Images by Judith Repke and Ginger Repke

Framations
218 North Main Street
Saint Charles, MO 63301
636.724.8313

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

SOHA Gallery: Friday, 19 August 2016

AUGUST 18 - SEPTEMBER 4

Erica Popp "Family Heirlooms" - Photography & Ceramics

Opening Night: Friday, August 19, 6pm - 10pm  
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Join us for Erica Popp's MFA Exhibit titled, Family Heirlooms. This exhibit lovingly, captures the gentler side of life and history surrounding American family values. Erica has infused ceramics and photography into a storytelling capsule. Pointing focus onto her own ancestors and the life of an immigrant family. 
"The work is an exploration of my family tree and stories of my ancestors. I've been preserving family photographs by scanning and digital restoration. I'm using these to create both hand-printed reproductions of the photographs for precious hand-bound albums, and for the ceramic plates, my attempt to create the family heirloom pieces that my family never had to pass down. My great-grandparents came here from Germany and Norway to own land and make a better life for themselves and their children in America. They didn't come with much, and as immigrant farmers, they never accumulated the type of wealth that enabled some American families to purchase precious objects to pass down to future generations, such as jewelry or fine china. These objects are something I can pass down to any future children or to my nephew. They tell the story of one branch of our family coming to America and fulfilling the American dream."
"The other portion of the show is my rural landscapes. For this MFA thesis show they are hand-printed photographs in cyanotype and van dyke brown. Historic processes honor the history of American immigrant farmers like my family. I feel a deep nostalgia for farm life despite growing up in the suburbs. I think part of our family history stays with us no matter how different our contemporary lives are."
Exhibit Veiwing Hours: (during exhibitions): Fridays 1pm - 4pm, Saturdays 4pm - 7pm, Sundays 4pm - 7pm 
4915 Macklind AveSt. Louis, MO 63109(S. of Chippewa, at Neosho)

SOHA Gallery: Friday, 8 July 2016

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JULY 8 - JULY 24STEPHEN INGRAHAM | THE GREATNESS OF LITTLE THINGS

Opening Reception: Friday, July 8, 6p - 10p
Stephen Ingraham's first solo exhibition at SOHA Gallery will feature sculptural works made with organic materials found in nature. His work is elegant & minimal yet, each piece has its own, mighty presence.
He describes: "Holding the piece of weathered wood in my hand, thinking about all that it's been through, what sort of tree, how old was it, what has it seen, how did it get to be in my hand. Appreciating the subtle grays, & tans that come from being out in the sun. likening the cracks & textures to what we as people accumulate over our years. Enjoying the privilege of being able to work with this humble or simple, yet powerful, & complex material."
Exhibit Veiwing Hours: (during exhibitions): Fridays 1pm - 4pm, Saturdays 4pm - 7pm, Sundays 4pm - 7pm 
4915 Macklind Ave
St. Louis, MO 63109
(S. of Chippewa, at Neosho)


Tuesday, July 05, 2016

St. Louis Artists' Guild: Friday, 15 July 2016

ILLUMINATING THE NIGHT Transforms Daily Certainty To The Mysterious

July 15 Gallery Opening 5-8 pm

Gallery opening, awards, and related FREE activities for exhibit ILLUMINATING THE NIGHT.  This national juried exhibit of photography explores the emotional and visual responses to the world after the sun goes down. Gallery visitors will see a variety of photographic processes - film, digital, alternative process, mixed media, digitally manipulated, and more. Juror: Stan Strembicki. Exhibit on view July 15 ? September 3, 2016

-- JULY 15, 5 - 8 PM. FREE OPENING RECEPTION. Awards at 6:30pm. Premiere 3D videos by St. Louis artist & animator Casper McElwee. Next viewing-next day. Then Pin It Up! Bring 1 to 3 of your best night photo - up to 11x14", unframed, disposable for a DIY photo exhibit in the entrance gallery. CAKE tops off the night for the Artists' Guild's 130th birthday.

-- AUGUST 10, BEGINNING AT 6:30PM. Ray Kersting of Schiller's Camera, brings instant photo fun with Fuji Instax cameras. Capture the moment & see it develop before your eyes. See how mirrorless cameras work. Curious about printing images on metal? He'll have samples. Enter a raffle FREE 16x20 metal print - $60 value - to one lucky winner. Stan Strembicki kicks off Gallery Talk at 7pm. Exhibiting photographers talk about inspiration and techniques for capturing the night.  Reception with light refreshments follows.

Night photography allows us to see and reconnect with the physical world in ways that are lost due to the pace of daily routine

St. Louis Artists' Guild
12 N. Jackson Avenue at Forsyth Blvd
63105.
314-727-6266

Friday, July 01, 2016

Foundry Art Centre: Firday, 12 August 2016


COLLAGE AND ASSEMBLAGE EXHIBITION OPENS AUGUST 12TH AT THE FOUNDRY ART CENTRE

Assemblage and collage both involve the thoughtful combination of elements to create something new and original. Putting It Together: The Art of Assembling will showcase assemblage and collage pieces alongside one another in Gallery I & II from August 12 - September 23, 2016. Juried by sculptor Kevin Hughes, this new exhibition will open with a reception on Friday, August 12 from 6-8 pm. A gallery talk will be given at 5:30 pm before the reception begins.

Alongside Putting It Together, sculptor Nathaniel Foley will exhibit in Gallery III. Foley's Flight of Obscurity V explores the process, materials, and language of aviation through an installation of dynamic sculptures.

The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public. Both exhibitions will open Friday, August 12 and close Friday, September 23, 2016.

Hours are Tuesday - Thursday from 10 am -8 pm, Friday and Saturday from 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday from 12 pm - 4 pm. . For more information, call 636-255-0270 or visit www.foundryartcentre.org.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Reese Gallery: Friday July 8th, 2016


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artists'  opening reception:  
7.8.16 from 6pm to 9pm


with artists Michael Drummond + Kat Reynolds and writings by Elizabeth Tucker

"spread" is a portrayal of the inner life of adolescence, in all its awkward beauty. Elizabeth Tuckers? journal-like entries of her young life inspired Michael Drummond and Kat Reynolds to utilize a surreal depiction of sexual frustration. Like moments plucked from dreams, these hypnotic photographs lend epic qualities to this transitional time of self-discovery. As these artists revisit the shy fears and burgeoning appetites of the teenage years, a hormonal air begins to permeate this work of sexual awakening. In remembering the unease of youth, they seek out the seeds of desire that develop into the passions of adulthood.

Exhibition Run: 7.8.16 to 6.13.16
Hours:1-4pm Wed & Sat or call for an appointment.

Reese Gallery

3410 Wisconsin Avenue
Saint Louis MO 63118
314.954.7638

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

St. Louis Artists' Guild: Friday, 15 July 2016

July 15 Gallery Opening: ILLUMINATING THE NIGHT Transforms Daily Certainty To The Mysterious

Gallery opening, awards, and related FREE activities for exhibit ILLUMINATING THE NIGHT.  This national juried exhibit of photography explores the emotional and visual responses to the world after the sun goes down. Gallery visitors will see a variety of photographic processes - film, digital, alternative process, mixed media, digitally manipulated, and more. Juror: Stan Strembicki. Exhibit on view July 15 ? September 3, 2016

-- JULY 15, 5 - 8 PM. FREE OPENING RECEPTION. Awards at 6:30pm. Premiere 3D videos by St. Louis artist & animator Casper McElwee. Next viewing-next day. Then Pin It Up! Bring 1 to 3 of your best night photo - up to 11x14", unframed, disposable for a DIY photo exhibit in the entrance gallery. CAKE tops off the night for the Artists' Guild's 130th birthday
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-- AUGUST 10, BEGINNING AT 6:30PM. Ray Kersting of Schiller's Camera, brings instant photo fun with Fuji Instax cameras. Capture the moment & see it develop before your eyes. See how mirrorless cameras work. Curious about printing images on metal? He'll have samples. Enter a raffle FREE 16x20 metal print - $60 value - to one lucky winner. Stan Strembicki kicks off Gallery Talk at 7pm. Exhibiting photographers talk about inspiration and techniques for capturing the night.  Reception with light refreshments follows.

Night photography allows us to see and reconnect with the physical world in ways that are lost due to the pace of daily routine
St. Louis Artists' Guild
12 N. Jackson Avenue at Forsyth Blvd
63105.
314-727-6266


St. Louis Artists' Guild: Friday, 15 July 2016

July 15 Gallery Opening: ILLUMINATING THE NIGHT Transforms Daily Certainty To The Mysteriou
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Gallery opening, awards, and related FREE activities for exhibit ILLUMINATING THE NIGHT.  This national juried exhibit of photography explores the emotional and visual responses to the world after the sun goes down. Gallery visitors will see a variety of photographic processes - film, digital, alternative process, mixed media, digitally manipulated, and more. Juror: Stan Strembicki. Exhibit on view July 15 ? September 3, 2016

-- JULY 15, 5 - 8 PM. FREE OPENING RECEPTION. Awards at 6:30pm. Premiere 3D videos by St. Louis artist & animator Casper McElwee. Next viewing-next day. Then Pin It Up! Bring 1 to 3 of your best night photo - up to 11x14", unframed, disposable for a DIY photo exhibit in the entrance gallery. CAKE tops off the night for the Artists' Guild's 130th birthday
.
-- AUGUST 10, BEGINNING AT 6:30PM. Ray Kersting of Schiller's Camera, brings instant photo fun with Fuji Instax cameras. Capture the moment & see it develop before your eyes. See how mirrorless cameras work. Curious about printing images on metal? He'll have samples. Enter a raffle FREE 16x20 metal print - $60 value - to one lucky winner. Stan Strembicki kicks off Gallery Talk at 7pm. Exhibiting photographers talk about inspiration and techniques for capturing the night.  Reception with light refreshments follows.

Night photography allows us to see and reconnect with the physical world in ways that are lost due to the pace of daily routine
St. Louis Artists' Guild
12 N. Jackson Avenue at Forsyth Blvd
63105.
314-727-6266


Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Philip Slein Gallery: Friday, 8 July 2016

PHILIP SLEIN GALLERY
SUMMER SHOW
JULY 8 - AUGUST 6, 2016
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JULY 8, 5 - 8PM
Robert Swain, Untitled, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 5 x 5 feet
The Philip Slein Gallery is pleased to present a summer exhibition featuring abstract painters Robert Swain and Alison Hall, and landscape painters Jeff Aeling and Dan Barton, amongst others.
PHILIP SLEIN GALLERY 
4735 MCPHERSON AVENUE
SAINT LOUIS, MO 63108
314-361-2617


Monday, June 13, 2016

Art St. Louis: Saturday, 18 June 2016


Christine Giancola, Florissant, MO. Miami. 2014. Photograph, Digital Print, 20"x24". 


Linda Mueller, St. Louis, MO. 38.538238_ -90.376634. 2015. Photograph, Archival Lightjet Print, 48"x14". $850

HONOR AWARDS 2016
JUNE 18-JULY 21, 2016  
FREE reception next Saturday evening, June 18, from 6 to 8 p.m.

"Honor Awards 2016" features 48 artworks by ten award-winning St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois. The artworks are in a variety of styles, techniques and themes and media includes ceramics, drawings, mixed media, paintings, and photography.
The exhibit is presented June 18-July 21, 2016 and is free and open to the public. A free opening reception will be held next Saturday, June 18, 6-8 p.m. 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. Closed Fourth of July holiday.  

Although this is a curated exhibit, it is still highly competitive. For this exhibit, 20 St. Louis regional artists were eligible to submit works for curating and consideration for this show-those 20 artists were those who earned Awards of Excellence in our 2015 juried exhibits here at Art Saint Louis. Our Exhibit Curator, Terry Suhre, considered over 200 artworks in all media by the 20 artists, and his main role was to select only ten artists and then select the specific artworks to be shown in the exhibition.

Serving as Curator of this exhibit was Terry Suhre, Research Professor and Gallery Director, Gallery 210, University of Missouri St. Louis, where he has worked since 1996. Terry is a seasoned professional with forty years of extensive managerial, curatorial and teaching experience. We are so grateful to have this opportunity to work with Terry and are pleased with the artists and artworks he curated for this year's exhibition.

The 10 artists whose works are featured in the "Honor Awards 2016" exhibition are Shawn Philip Burkard, St. Louis; Christine Giancola, Florissant, MO; Khara Koffel, Jacksonville, IL; Linda Mueller, St. Louis; William H. Neukomm, Webster Groves, MO; Jaime M. Sawka, Champaign, IL; 
Laura Schumpert, Cape Girardeau, MO; Jerry B. Walters, Farmington, MO; Aaron Wood, Collinsville, IL; Ken Wood, St. Louis.

GALLERY HOURS Monday 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday* 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.  Closed Sundays & major holidays Closed July 4th holiday & weekend
 
METERS: There are parking meters on Pine Street and Olive Street & other nearby streets. Parking meters run 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Fines are steep ($15-20), so don't let your meter expire. Meters do run in downtown until 7 p.m. on Saturday. For additional parking suggestions, download a free Downtown Parking Guide here. You can also download the handy ParkLouie mobile app and monitor and pay your parking meter via your mobile phone.

PARK PACIFIC GARAGE: There is hourly parking in the Park Pacific Garage on Olive just West of Tucker (entrance is on the South side of Olive). Parking is at your own expense. For garage parking, pay by cash via a machine in elevator bay no more than 15 minutes prior to departure OR the easier way is to pay by credit card upon exiting the garage. Be sure to take your parking receipt/ticket with you when you exit your car to visit the Gallery or you won't be able to get back in to the garage to get to your garage. YOUR PARKING TICKET is your KEY to get back in to the GARAGE. We are not able to validate parking--sorry!

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
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 63103
314/241-4810

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 15 July 2016

Artwork by Carole Wies

Green Door art gallery in Webster Groves Presents
 “Abstract Dreams!
July 13 - September 2, 2016
Opening reception held on Friday, July 15,  from 5-9 p.m. 
 Green Door art gallery presents "Abstract Dreams!"  Reception will be Friday, July 15, 2016 from 5-9pm featuring the abstract realism of Terry Hinkle, colorist Carol Weis,  pastels and watercolors of Patty Rios, wood by Sherri and Jay Phillips, jewelry by Julie James and Michelle Wells.  These works will be available from July 13 thru September 2, 2016. 


Friday, June 10, 2016

Gallery 210: Friday, 25 June 2016


Cast and Recast: St. Louis Type Past and Present
June 25 from 5 to 7 PM
Gallery 210
University of Missouri-St. Louis

A closing reception for Cast and Recast: St. Louis Type Past and Present will take place on June 25, 2016 at Gallery 210 from 5PM to 7PM. This is public reception is the last chance to see the exhibition Cast and Recast: St. Louis Type Present and Past. The reception is also a celebration of the publication of the exhibition's catalog. This beautifully designed and richly illustrated catalog includes essays by Robert Mullen, author of Recasting a Craft: St. Louis Typefounders Respond to Industrialization; Ben Kiel of Typefounding, Eric Woods of The Firecracker Press and Jennifer McKnight, Associate Professor in Art and Art History at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The catalog will be available for sale at the reception.

The exhibition Cast and Recast St. Louis Type Past and Present is a survey of St. Louis' rich history as the first major type foundry city in the Midwest. The exhibition features posters designed by area graphic designers and typographers using a new typeface by Ben Kiel of Typefounding. Kiel's typeface pays homage to the historic typeface Geometric Italic created by Central Type Foundry St. Louis, formally at 4th and Elm Streets that operated in St. Louis from 1870-1892. Cast and Recast: St. Louis Type Past and Present also features selected materials describing the process of casting and designing hot metal type, historical posters and early type specimen catalogues from St. Louis type foundries on loan from the collections of The St. Louis Public Library, Missouri History Museum, and The Firecracker Press and Central Print.

 For parking locations, directions, and campus map please visit http://gallery210.umsl.edu

Gallery 210
on the University of Missouri-St. Louis
at 44 Grobman Drive
between the North UM-St. Louis Metro Station and Touhill Performing Arts Center
(314) 516-5976

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Kirkwood Public Library: Saturday, 11 June 2016

Art in the Library

Kirkwood Public Library announces its featured artist for the months of June and July: Lala Vella. Her art will be on display in the Kirkwood Public Library's Art Gallery, located on the main floor, from June 1 until July 31.

An after-hours reception for the artist is planned for Saturday, June 11, from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  The Public is invited. Call the Library at 314-821-5770 for exhibit hours.

Monday, June 06, 2016

SOHA Studio and Gallery: Friday, 19 August 2016

Family Heirlooms | August 18 - September 2
Exhibition Opening Night: Friday, August 19, 6p-10p

Join us for Erica Popp's MFA Exhibit titled, Family Heirlooms. This exhibit lovingly, captures the gentler side of life and history surrounding American family values. Erica has infused ceramics and photography into a storytelling capsule. Pointing focus onto her own ancestors and the life of an immigrant family. 

"The work is an exploration of my family tree and stories of my ancestors. I've been preserving family photographs by scanning and digital restoration. I'm using these to create both hand-printed reproductions of the photographs for precious hand-bound albums, and for the ceramic plates, my attempt to create the family heirloom pieces that my family never had to pass down. My great-grandparents came here from Germany and Norway to own land and make a better life for themselves and their children in America. They didn't come with much, and as immigrant farmers, they never accumulated the type of wealth that enabled some American families to purchase precious objects to pass down to future generations, such as jewelry or fine china. These objects are something I can pass down to any future children or to my nephew. They tell the story of one branch of our family coming to America and fulfilling the American dream."

"The other portion of the show is my rural landscapes. For this MFA thesis show they are hand-printed photographs in cyanotype and van dyke brown. Historic processes honor the history of American immigrant farmers like my family. I feel a deep nostalgia for farm life despite growing up in the suburbs. I think part of our family history stays with us no matter how different our contemporary lives are."


Viewing Hours Friday 4p - 7p, Saturday 1p - 4p, Sunday 1p - 4p

SOHA Studio and Gallery
4915 Macklind Ave


St. Louis MO 63109
314-780-5151 and 314-497-5202



Friday, June 03, 2016

Lillian Yahn Gallery: Saturday, 4 June, 2016


Festive Dragon, watercolor
“A New Direction“
A Solo Exhibit by Linda S. Wilmes

Opening Reception June 4, 2016, 5 - 9 pm
Wine, hors d‘oeuvres, and live music by guitarist, Hannah Rainey
The exhibit runs through June 30, 2016

Gallery hours Tuesday - Friday, 11 - 4pm. and Saturday 11 - 2 pm

From Hwy 70, Bryan Rd. and continue on Winghaven Blvd., turn left onto Phoenix Parkway, pass through the roundabout and turn right to stay on Phoenix Parkway, turn left onto Village Ctr. Dr., gallery parking is behind the library.

The Lillian Yahn Gallery
7443 Village Center Dr.
O’Fallon MO 63368
636 561 0028

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Projects+Gallery: Friday, 3 June 2016

Please join us at Projects+Gallery this Friday to see the innovative work of  Stéphane Margolis. Géothermie features Stéphane's work in a variety of media. Using photography, print, video, and sculpture as a basis, his conceptual art comes to life in a new and refreshing way.

projects+gallery
4733 McPherson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 696-8678

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Bruno David Gallery: Friday, 3 June 2016

Bruno David Gallery
Opening Previe

You are invited to the Opening Preview on Friday, June 3 from 6 to 9 pm
Read more

CHARLES P. REAY: Strats / DADADADA / Complications
YVONNE OSEI: Africa Clothe Me Bare (Media Arts Room)
DANIEL RAEDEKE: Naturebook (Project Room)
Installation views of the exhibitions are on the gallery website


First Fridays in Grand Center

Make a night of it! Every first Friday of the month, museums and galleries in Grand Center are free and open until 9:00pm. Discover the remarkable array of visual arts in St. Louis's premier neighborhood for culture and entertainment, all within walking distance of the Bruno David Gallery.

Public hours: Wednesday thru Saturday: 10 to 5 pm and by appointment

Bruno David Gallery
3721 Washington Boulevard
Saint Louis Missouri
1-314-531-3030

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 3 June 2016

David Klamen, 2001, aquatint etching with surface roll 23" x 30 3/4"  
"The Print"
June 3 - August 13
Opening Reception Friday, June 3, 6 - 8 pm

Atrium Gallery invites you to our upcoming summer show "The Print," featuring works by Blanca Botero, Suzanne Caporael, David Klamen, James Kuiper, Karen Kunc, and Jim Nickel.

Included are works involving a variety of print processes, including etchings, aquatint, woodcuts, monoprints, photography, relief, lithography, and screenprinting. This exhibition is designed to present a rich range of print media and inform our audience regarding current practices. Printmaking has a more than 500 year history with many major artists involved during past centuries as well as currently. Albrecht Dürer was one of the early pioneers developing an extensive audience for his prints, as was Rembrandt. Many elements of current printmaking have remained essentially unchanged from these roots, and yet there have been so many refined and innovative ways to produce print images. During this exhibition Atrium will present several opportunities to learn more about current printmaking, major artists involved, market value, etc.

The exhibition opens Friday, June 3 with a Reception from 6 - 8 p.m., and will run through August 13. Parking available on the building lot (East Side)

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

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

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Sheldon Art Galleries: Friday, 10 june 2016


Grafica Fine Ar: Friday, 10 June 2016

"Market Street" by Marilynne Bradley


Marilynne Bradley: "And You Thought You Knew...."

Opening reception Friday, June 10th 6-9 pm

 Marilynne's opera artwork will be on display at Grafica alongside her new geometric art.
Show runs from June 10 through June 30.



Grafica Fine Art & Custom Framing
7884 Big Bend Blvd.

St. Louis, Missouri 63119

Glen Carbon Heritage MuseumL 11-12 June 2016

On June 11th and 12th, the second annual Blue Carpet Corridor Festival.


2016 marks the 90th anniversary of the Mother Road (Route 66).  Route 66 junkies will be welcomed to Glen Carbon with an Open House, at the Museum, featuring musical entertainment.  George Portz and the Friends of Blue Grass is scheduled to play from 1-4 on Saturday, June 11th and The Red Haired Boys on Sunday, June 12th, also from 1-4. 

Glen Carbon is lucky enough to have a small portion of this famous road run through the Village.  During the month of June, a special Route 66 exhibit will be displayed featuring a paver from a section of the original Mother Road that ran from Edwardsville to Hamel.  The Museum will also have a “selfie” station with a Route 66 Road Sign.  For more information on the Blue Carpet Corridor check the website bluecarpetcorridor.org

Glen Carbon Heritage Museum
124 School Street
Glen Carbon, IL.  62034
618-288-7271

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Panera Community Café: Friday, 27 May 2016

Art Show and Artist Reception at the Panera Café in Clayton

Art Show this Friday, May 27th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. the Panera Community Café.
The work of 11 local artists from Clayton Fine Art Gallery is being shown through mid-July, at the St. Louis Bread Company Cares Community Café in Clayton.  An artist reception is scheduled for Friday May 27th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.  Soft drinks and light refreshments will be served. Meet the artists and see the wonderful artwork including:Michael Barry, Charles Dana  & Greg Kluempers -  photographyPatrick Henning & Judith Repke - watercolorJuliette Travous – pastelsJohn Salazzo & Jay Thompson - acrylicJan Busching & Mark Witzling – oil and cold waxDiana Gouy -  alcohol inks.  

St. Louis Bread Company Cares Community Café
10 N. Central
Clayton, MO.

 

Monday, May 23, 2016

Lillian Yahn Gallery: Saturday, 4 June 2016


Friday, May 20, 2016

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis: Saturday, 21 May 2016






Green Air installation in progress.
Nomad Studio: Green Air opens tomorrow

Public  Reception   1:00 pm
Artist Q&A              1:30 pm

Please join us for the opening of Green Air, a monumental hanging garden designed by landscape architecture firm Nomad Studio that transforms CAM’s courtyard from May 21 through August 14.

Designers William Roberts and Laura Santín will answer questions about the sculpture and the plants that bring it to life—and complimentary lemonade will be served!

Please register here.

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