Friday, April 28, 2017

The Dark Room: Friday, 6 May 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Kemper Art Museum: Friday, 12 May 2017

Friday, May 12
7-9 pm public reception 

Celebrate the opening of the 2017 MFA Thesis Exhibition, featuring artwork by the twenty-five students in the graduating class of Washington University's Graduate School of Art in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

World Chess Hall of Fame: Thursday, 27 April 2017

6 P.M. Opening Reception
7 P.M. Remarks by Shannon Bailey, Chief Curator and Emily Allred, Assistant Curator
On view April 27 – October 29, 2017

Showcasing some of the most unique, historic, and fun artifacts acquired by the World Chess Hall of Fame during the past five years, Open Files II: Celebrating 5 Years of Collecting includes 100 diverse objects from the institution’s permanent collection. Highlights include a rare Hungarian chess set, artwork by Rafael Tufiño, the Boy Scouts of America Chess Merit Badge, and selections from the archive of famed correspondence and computer chess pioneer Hans Berliner.


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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Framations Art Gallery: Friday, 28 April 2017

Framations Art Gallery presents Alive
April 28 - June 1
Friday, April 28, Opening Reception from 6-8 pm.

We are surrounded entirely by life. People, animals, plants, microbes, etc. There are enumerable examples of life on our planet.  In a new exhibit entitled Alive, Framations Art Gallery asked artists: what symbolizes life to you? Their answer came in a plethora of styles, sizes and media.

With widely based interpretations, many artists focused on imagery of people, animals, plants and insect, though some are more loosely based on the fluidity of wind and some even hint at subjects on the molecular level. There are a total of 77 pieces in the exhibit by 31 artists from the St. Louis region.

The public is invited to view the artwork on display and to vote for People's Choice in this exhibit when they visit. The voting continues through the full length of the exhibit, ending on June 1, 2017. This exhibit was juried by Robin Hirsch-Steinhoff, Artistic Director of Art Saint Louis.

218 North Main Street
Saint Charles, MO 63301

Monday, April 24, 2017

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 12 May 2017

Susan Greene, Acrylic

Green Door art gallery’s exhibit “Florals and Botanicals” is hosting a reception Friday, May 12 from 5 - 9 PM  featuring Julie Bell, Pam Bohling, Susan Greene, Ellen Klamon, Dimitrina Kutriansky, Jane Miles, The winners of the Confluence online competition, Stephanie Barken, Marilynne Bradley, Sandy Brooks, Cathy Carney, MaryJo Clark, Gary Gackstatter, Mary Martin, Vic Mastis, Greg & Barb Matchick, Garry McMichael, Janice Schoultz Mudd, Annie Smith Piffel, Henryk Ptasiewicz, Susan Reis, Kathy Rickermann, Janice Scherer, Linda Smith, Tessman Textiles, Russell Vanecek, Michele Wells, Carrie Wilson, Joyce Yarbrough and more. These will be available from May 5 thru June 28, 2016.

21 N. Gore Ave,
Webster Groves MO 63119

Thursday, April 20, 2017

St. Louis Artists' Guild: Friday, 21 April 2017

Simonette Quamina, 2015

The St. Louis Artists' Guild presents Displacement and Migration, a national juried exhibition that investigates the current or historically forced or voluntary relocation of individuals or groups of people who no longer inhabit their place of origin. Jurors Anita Fields and Basil Kincaid selected 49 artists with work exploring the complexities of this theme today and throughout history from a personal perspective. This exhibition will feature artworks and educational programming in conversation with slavery, apartheid, war, homelessness, and diaspora motivated by culture, politics, religion, and climate. The awards presentation led by Basil Kincaid will begin at 6:30 pm with cash prizes totaling $1000.

Opening Reception: Friday, April 21, 2017; 5 pm - 8 pm
Jurors Anita Fields and Basil Kincaid
Awards Presentation by Basil Kincaid: 6:30 pm
Curated Gallery, Epoch: Refugee Crisis by Chelsea Ritter-Soronen
Ramp Gallery, Banners Up by Living Arts Studio / VSA Arts of Missouri
Exhibition Dates: April 21 - May 20, 2017

Azra Aksamija, Maryamsadat Amirvaghefi, Sally Coffin, Elizabeth Concannon, Maritza Davila, Elizabeth Desrosiers, Robert Dill, Barbara DiMartini, Daniel Drennan Elawar, Mitchell Eismont, Hale Ekinci, Robert Fields, Amy Firestone Rosen, Katherine Freeman, Maria Paz Gajardo, Eloisa Guanlao, Robin Hattori, Mary Henle, Candace Hunter, Neil Kruel, Albert Kuo, Gary Lehman, Pamela Lin, Julia Lopez, Jennifer Mannebach, Bobby Marines, Nathan Marshall, Luisa Otero, Katherine Palmer, Simonette Quamina, Bob Rickert, Jini Sachse, Whitney Sage, Sabina Schaaf, Rebecca Schaffer, Debra Smith, Linda Smith, Joanne Stremsterfer, Torri Thompson, Wendy Tigchelaar, Siavash Tohidi, Joyce Trotter, Patricia Turner, Eden Unluata, Jeane Vogel, Ani Volkan, Linda Wright, Layala Zubi, Adam Zuwala

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 6 pm and Saturday 10 am - 4 pm

St. Louis Artists' Guild
12 North Jackson Ave.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

The Millitzer Studio & Gallery: Saturday, 22 April 2017

Pacific Rose
new works by Cole Lu

Opening Reception April 22, 2017   7–10pm

April 22–May 28, 2017 on view by appointment

The story has two interpretations of its beginnings, one is the story culled from personal memory, and the other is a fictional landscape. Both contain the dual functionality as queer evidence and gesture. Drawing on Gertrude Stein’s imperative to “act so that there is no use in a centre”; the sculptural works determinedly avoid conventional narrative, and de-center the art in the contemporary age of display. Pacific Rose act as nonsense literature, which creates meaning out of form with an anarchic potential by making fun of language, presents a challenge to the power visual language has to name, know, and own the world. It is a parody of sense, and that is the sense of it. The installation presents a space that does not distinguish between an ocean, a shore, a pool, or a gallery. Rather, it is a borderland that is outside or beyond language and definition--a space of creative potential. The sculptural works detail an alien’s identity--as both queer and migrant--with a significant geographical feature: water in the dryland. The objects we identify within the sculptures: an old book, snow skis, plants, a neon light, concrete, metal, plastic, faux suede and a rock do not directly reference the ocean or a pool. They speak to loss and belonging, and they abstractly elaborate on water’s wetness and the vastness of the sea

The Millitzer Studio & Gallery
3103 Pestalozzi Street
St. Louis, MO 63118

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Bruno David Gallery: Thursday, 4 May 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 4, 2017, from 5 to 9 pm
Exhibitions Dates: May 4 – June 3, 2017

MICHAEL BYRON Framed Abstractions 2005-2012
JUDY CHILD Revelations
KELLEY JOHNSON Somewhere Between Here and There

In Gallery 1 , the gallery presents an exhibition titled “This / That.” of recent paintings by William Conger. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. William Conger continues his lifelong investigation of formal non-representational abstraction (This) nuanced by the suggestion of illusionism to evoke an ambiguous welter of private and cultural memories, allusions, feelings, places and events (That).

In Gallery 2, the gallery presents an exhibition titled “Revelations” by Judy Child. As a painter, Judy Child, has always been fascinated by how versatile paint can be. This new series of paintings explores that versatility. She left behind brushes, palette knives and, most importantly, color. By stripping away color and narrative, she focuses on the natural beauty of serendipitous and complex configurations of the paint.

The physical act of pouring and manipulating the paint plus the effects of gravity and the drying process determine the outcome of her paintings. In these new paintings, she searches, explores and anticipates something she want to see but have not seen before. Each day she goes to her studio excited to see what her process reveals. The unpredictable journey of the paint creates the fractures and informs the natural and dynamic surfaces.

In Gallery 3, the gallery presents an exhibition titled “Framed Abstractions 2005-2012” by Michael Byron. The paintings, which have never been exhibited in St. Louis, are inspired by the organic geometry of the borders present in Indian miniatures. The artist has taken this decorative embellishment as a primary compositional element that operates at the crossroads of the geometric and the gestural. The results are both formally rigorous and lyrically poetic.

In Gallery 5, the gallery presents an installation by Kelley Johnson titled “Somewhere Between Here and There.” This is the artist’ sixth solo exhibition with the gallery. Kelley Johnson continues his interest in paintings ability to create optical space while at the same time interacting with the viewer as an object. Kelley thinks of the new work as installations that talk about the possibilities and limitations of painting along with the viewers role as participant. Using external elements such as lines or patterns that move through the picture plane onto the floors and or walls of the gallery, Kelley creates interactions between internal and external spaces that function as a kind interactive painting.

In the Window on Forsyth space, the gallery presents an installation titled “And Still I Rise” by Bunny Burson. Bunny Burson will create an installation of swirling shards of the actual confetti, which had been loaded into air cannons and were to have fallen from the glass ceiling at the Javits Center had Hillary Clinton become President on November 8, 2016. This exhibition can be seen 24/7 from Forsyth Boulevard and will be on view through July 22, 2017.

Wednesday 10 am – 5 pm Thursday 10 am – 5 pm Friday 10 am – 5 pm Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

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

Norton's Fine Art & Framing: Friday, 15 April 2017

Sandy Haynes
"St. Louis and Beyond"
Wine & Cheese Artist Reception
Saturday, April 15: 6 - 8pm
Show Runs Through April 29th

Regular Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 6

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

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Art St. Louis: Saturday, 15 April 2017

Marilynne Bradley, Je Suis Charlie. 2016. Watercolor on Paper, 15"x22"
Opens with a free reception Saturday evening, April 15, 2017, 6-8 p.m.
April 15-June 1, 2017  

Gallery view: "#nofilter." Pictured are works by Janel Peyton, Melissa Whitwam, and C. Bryce Ramming. Photo by Robin Hirsch-Steinhoff.

Note: This exhibition includes imagery with nudity & similar adult content, and is likely not suitable for children.

Our exhibition JURORS are Sarah Hermes Griesbach and MK Stallings. Sarah Hermes Griesbach is Executive Editor and Co-Founder of All The Art, the Visual Art Quarterly of St. Louis. MK Stallings is an educator, art administrator, poet, and founder of UrbArts, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to create platforms & platform creatives for youth and community development.

Bruce Alves, Wentzville, MO; AWG, Moberly, MO; Eric Baggett, St. Louis; Marion Black, Alton, IL; Marilynne Bradley, Webster Groves, MO; Lon Brauer, Granite City, IL; Ken Clay, Maplewood, MO; Kat Douglas, St. Louis; Lawrence Duffy, St. Charles, MO; Tim Eberhardt, St. Louis; Brad Eliering, Belleville, IL; Neil Fitzpatrick, St. Louis; Scott Georges, Edwardsville, IL; Christine Giancola, Florissant, MO; John Hanson, St. Louis; Maurice Hirsch, Chesterfield, MO; Linda Horsley, St. Louis; Rafi Katz, St. Louis; Moonkyung Kim, St. Louis; Ayako Kurimoto, Carbondale, IL; Marlene Lewis, Webster Groves, MO; Loafer Gang, Florissant, MO; Barbara Marshall, Chesterfield, MO; Jenna McNair, Chesterfield, MO; Paris Meeky, Edwardsville, IL; Mia Mendoza, St. Louis; William Neukomm, Webster Groves, MO; Philip Padilla, Lake St. Louis, MO; Jody Paulson, Carbondale, IL; Bill Perry, Maplewood, MO; Janel Peyton, Pevely, MO; C. Bryce Ramming, St. Louis; Bob Rickert, Chesterfield, MO; Michelle Rigell, St. Louis; 
Anne Burgess Rowe, St. Louis; Valerie Snyder, Creve Coeur, MO; Michelle J. Streiff, Manchester, MO; Josh Svoboda, St. Louis; Terry Vermillion, Kirkwood, MO; Melissa Whitwam, St. Charles, MO; Caroline Yoo, St. Louis.

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. If you park at a meter for the reception, remember that meters operate in downtown until 7 p.m. on Saturday.

The exhibit is on view April 15-June 1, 2017 and is FREE & open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Sundays & holidays, including Memorial Day holiday & weekend.

Art Saint Louis Gallery & Catalyst Coffee Bar
1223 Pine Street
St. Louis, MO 63103

Thursday, April 06, 2017

1900 Park Creative Space & Gallery: Friday, 7 April 2017

Friday, April 7th from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM 

1900 Park Creative Space & Gallery
1900 Park Ave

St. Louis, MO 

Friday, March 31, 2017

SOHA Studio and Gallery: Friday, 21 April 2017

SOHA is pleased to announce our next exhibition by Greta Coalier.
A Solo Exhibition of New Paintings titled "Effloresce"
Opening Night: Friday, April 21, 6 - 10 pm

"My work is inspired by a love of textiles coupled with a rich memory of objects and experiences throughout my life. I often reflect on the visual images that these experiences conjure up and incorporate them into whimsically dichotomous narratives. 

From the soft intricate patterns and stitching on the quilts of my childhood to my early wonder of space exploration, space ships, and ultimately space shuttle explosions, I contrast memories like these into a poetic language of comfort and woe. You’ll find themes of beauty and tension throughout the work that I create. A mermaid itself is a beautiful fantastical creature, but folklore associates it with bad luck and misfortune. A mysterious cat in the night could be a friendly experience or one rife with daunting superstition. Cottages, cabins and skyscrapers floating in the dark ground of a night sky convey the feeling of excitement of an oncoming storm.

I also think my paintings convey a circular sense of time. The lush florals of 80’s décor complete with their cabbage roses were at once celebrated, dated, reimagined and then celebrated again. An old car comes with a history that may have outlived it's first excited new owner, but is now treasured for it’s age by someone completely new. 

All in all, the subjects of my paintings have polarity but are always grounded with a sense of growth and tradition. I covet the embroidery and needlepoint of my ancestors and the agelessness of the objects they left behind. I find their work inspiring and timeless and I strive to do the same. Cradle to grave, seed to bloom, cloth to canvas."

Exhibition Dates: April 21 - May 14
Artist Talk: Wednesday, April 10, 7p - 9p

SOHA Studio and Gallery
4915 Macklind Ave
St. Louis 63109
(314) 780-5151

Thursday, March 30, 2017

U City Library Gallery: Friday, 7 April 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Meet artists Amy Barmann, Chip Beers, Larry Eisenberg, Travis Pennekamp and Jim Santen and admire "Spark" on display in The Gallery through April 28th.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Kemper Art Museum: Friday, 7 April 2017

The Modern Meal: Sustenance through Ritual
Friday, April 7, 6-8p

Join the Kemper Art Museum for the opening of the spring 2017 Arthur Greenberg Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Exhibition The Modern Meal: Sustenance through Ritual. On view in the Teaching Gallery, the exhibition is curated by three undergraduate art and art history students and investigates visual representations of the meal as a ritual of consumption. Complimentary refreshments and cash bar.

Concurrent with the opening reception, the Kemper Student Council presents its annual Vault Party, a one-night-only special exhibition of rarely displayed works on paper from the Kemper Art Museum's collection.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Wentzville Community Club: Friday, 31 March 2017

© Krista  Rose Frohling

Spanning the Generations
Closing reception Friday, March 31st 5-8 pm

Hours Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 5-8p

500 W. Main St.
Wentzville, MO

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Pulitzer Arts: Saturday, 22 April 2017

Savage Light and Dark
Sat, Apr 22 2017 Reception 3–5pm

On display through May 13

Celebrate photography created by St. Louis youth through a photographic workshop organized by teaching artists Carly Ann Faye and Regina Martinez. Influenced by Medardo Rosso’s experimentation with sculpture, serial documentation, lighting conditions, and darkroom processes, young members of the Pagedale community will photograph each other and their environment over the course of a multi-week workshop. The artists will work with medium format Holga cameras which are known for their simplicity, plastic body, and mechanical idiosyncrasies such as light leaks and vignettes, paralleling Rosso’s practice. Participants will explore the relationship between film and the intimate glimpses of a subject from their daily lives. The public is invited to attend a culminating display of the young artists' work which will be installed on the Pulitzer’s Mezzanine.



ST. LOUIS, MO 63108

Pulitzer Arts: Saturday, 1 April 2017

Sat, Apr 1, 2017 3 pm Artist Reception

Join Webster University sculpture students on the mezzanine as they share their work and insight into traditional and contemporary casting techniques.

In collaboration with sculpture students at Webster University, this foundry showcase explores the dynamic between objects and viewers and the concept of a touchable portrait. Inspired by the experimental nature of Medardo Rosso's casting methods, students will use both traditional and contemporary casting techniques, including the use of 3-D printers, to experiment with innovative methods in making sculpture.

Open Hours Wed 10am–5pm, Thu 10am–8pm, Fri 10am–8pm, Sat 10am–5pm, 

3716 Washington Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108

Knox Gallery: Friday, 28 April 2017

Friday, April 28th Knox Gallery Grand Opening
Opening day is April 1st, 6-9 pm.
2214 S. Big Bend Boulevard

Richmond Heights, MO

Webster Groves Library Gallery: Friday, 7 April 2017

Friday, March 24, 2017

Foundry Art Centre: Friday, 28 April 2017

Enjoy food and drinks while chatting with exhibiting artists at the opening reception on Friday, April 28, 6 - 8 pm.
These three exhibitions will close Friday, June 9, 2017.
Gallery talk by Executive Director Melissa Whitwam at 5:30pm before the reception begins.

Numbers play in an important role in our lives through quantity, rank, priority, and more; the role which numbers play in art is what the latest Foundry Art Centre exhibition will explore. The Nth Degree will portray the influence of numbers and mathematics within art in Gallery I & II.
James Chase has juried a collection of artwork submitted from artists across the nation and continent.

A special invitational exhibition will take place in Gallery III featuring artwork from regional and national artists who support the mission of the Foundry Art Centre. Friends of the Foundry is a collection of all-media artwork priced at $300 each.

The Emerging Artist Series will feature Heather Macali in the Ameristar Gallery. Macali’s jacquard double weave tapestries use dynamic patterns and colors to convey the artist’s memories of an imaginative, altruistic childhood. Transformed will open in the Ameristar Gallery alongside The Nth Degree and Friends of the Foundry.

Hours are Tuesday-Thursday from 10 am-8 pm, Friday and Saturday from 10 am-5 pm, and Sunday from 12-4 pm.

Foundry Art Centre
520 North Main Center
Saint Charles, Missouri

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Duane Reed Gallery: Friday, 7 April 2017

Opening reception Friday, April 7, 2017, 5-8 PM
April 7th - May 13th
Nancy Newman Rice and Irina Zaytceva
With New Works by Nancy Callan and Ross Richmond

The Gallery is pleased to present work by Nancy Newman Rice and Irina Zaytceva, two artists whose aesthetic vocabulary is fixated on intense levels of detail and craftsmanship. Utilizing mood rich color palettes and provocative, narrative focused concepts, each artist’s work demands attention and exploration.

4729 McPherson Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63108

Clayton Fine Art Gallery: Friday, 24 March 2017

Friday, March 24th from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Clayton Fine Art Gallery 
21 N Bemiston Ave
Clayton, MO

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Philip Slein Gallery: Friday, 7 April 2017

Valerie Jaudon, Motet, 2016, oil on linen, 42 x 42 inches 
exhibition runs through MAY 20, 1017

During the course of Valerie Jaudon's career, she has been committed to redefining the parameters of abstraction. A member of the original Pattern and Decoration group, she is a representative of important tendencies of the larger Postminimalist movement. Jaudon was the driving force behind the influential 1991 Sidney Janis Gallery exhibition, Conceptual Abstraction (reprised and expanded in 2012 in an exhibition in the Hunter College Times Square Galleries), which featured among other, Stephen Ellis, Jonathan Lasker, Thomas Nozkowski, David Row and John Zinsser.


Chuck Webster can best be characterized as a visionary painter. His visual vocabulary is highly personal. Drawn from his imagination and from the world, the shapes in his Lands and Castles drawings are oddly recognizable yet are built from the abstract formulations so often seen in his work.

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM

The Philip Slein Gallery
 4735 McPherson Ave. [Central West End]

Monday, March 20, 2017

Hunt Gallery: Friday, 24 March 2017

Mel Watkin, "Mississippi River Chart #88," 2013, acrylic and ink on paper
Dispositive Environments
Opening Reception March 24th from 6 to 8 pm
Exhibition March 24 – April 21, 2017

Dispositive Environments highlights the tension between technology and permanence, as well as the too often neglected ecological consequences of technology’s rapid expansion. The juxtaposition of still necessary mechanisms and technologies of the Industrial Revolution associated with, for example, sub-surface mining or railroad transport, are intertwined with the technological engines of transnational commerce and information economies. Art that responds to this intersection of social, symbolic and political forces will be shown with research-based documentation. 

The concept of the dispositive is here related to the context in which the work is executed and also experienced. Instead of merely a locus for the transmission of expression and content, works in the exhibition will encourage the viewer/participant to construct his or her own meaning. 

Featured artists: Ursula Biemann, Chris Jordan, Eva Ju, Libby Reuter & Joshua Rowan, John Sabraw, The Walter Collective; Mel Watkin.
Curated by Jeffrey Hughes.
Exhibition Hours are: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm.

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery of Webster University
8342 Big Bend Blvd,
St. Louis, MO 3119.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Old Orchard Gallery: Friday, 31 March 2017

©   Krista Rose Frohling, Dark hedges of Ireland, trees 

33March at Old Orchard Gallery by SLART
Opening Reception - Free & open to the Public -  Friday, March 31st, from 6 to 9 pm
Show runs from March 29th-April 9th

Old Orchard Gallery
39 South Old Orchard Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63119

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Bruno David Gallery: Thursday, 30 March 2017

Bruno David presents 5 exhibitions by Carmon Colangelo, Jacob Laws, Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Frank Schwaiger, and Monika Wulfers.
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 30, 2017, from 5 to 9 pm
Exhibitions Dates: March 30 – April 29, 2017
Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, April 22 at 4 pm

CARMON COLANGELO Here be Dragons: Below the Fold
JACOB LAWS Pilferage

In Gallery 1 and 2, the gallery presents an exhibition titled “Here be Dragons: Below the Fold” of recent prints by Carmon Colangelo. Here be Dragons: Below the Fold is an exhibition of monotype relief prints by Carmon Colangelo responding our current political environment and the precariousness of our contemporary condition waters in the age of social media. This series of work expands on Colangelo’s personal taxonomy of images and ongoing daily practice of mapping and recording ephemeral information to respond visually and physically to the notion of global connectivity and our networked communities. Derived from hand drawings and digital processes combined with chance operations, found materials and printing from discarded laser cut plates from architectural models, the result is a generative series of colorful, haptic and playful works intended to express ideas about the anxieties, fears, and instability experienced around the world. The phrase Here be Dragons, first appeared on the Lenox globe in 1510 as a marker for dangerous and uncharted waters ahead.

Carmon Colangelo is a pioneering printmaker whose work combines surrealism and abstraction with the exploration of art history, science, and technology. His imagery presents a playful odyssey that references the meta-narratives of art history and is contingent on the juxtaposition of utopian ideals of modernism with the aesthetics of surrealism and conceptual art. An enduring feature of Colangelo's work is the unraveling of free-floating symbols and texts in an aggressive exploitation of various print media. He challenges conventional readings, producing disorienting spatial topologies and striking visual poetics. His images may swing from the obsessively personal to the openly topical, allowing disparate formal structures and semiotics to inspire the production of remarkable forms that are somehow freed from the preceding visual context and grammar.

In Gallery 3, the gallery is pleased to present Jacob Laws’ “Pilferage,” an innovative view of the merging of art with design. The exhibition will feature the works of a wide range of artists represented by the gallery. His unique vision brings a connection between separate aesthetics in a collaboration that could otherwise seem like a collection of misfit pieces; instead, a transformation of space into a creation of wonder, fluidity and enlightenment. This success lies in connecting components and the space they inhabit in such a way as to create a growing, ever-evolving bond between design, individual, and art.

In Gallery 4, the gallery presents an exhibition of recent prints titled “On the Move” by Yvette Drury Dubinsky. Dubinsky is known for her innovative combinations of drawing, print, alternative photography, and found objects. In her latest series of prints, Dubinsky meditates on the change and destruction occurring now in Syria, a place where she traveled just before the beginning of the ongoing civil war, and where she is still in contact with friends. She makes collages and installations, skillfully integrating works on paper using a round format, with silhouettes’ figures within a map, and a sociopolitical relevance. Her artwork draws on her observations about the ongoing refugee’s displacement around the world.

In Gallery 5, the gallery presents a sculpture by Frank Schwaiger titled “Ondine.” Frank Schwaiger is currently having a solo exhibition “Recent Works” at our second location – Bruno David Projects. The location in The Grove is open by appointment only.

In the Window on Forsyth space, the gallery presents “Open Lights” by Monika Wulfers. This exhibition can be seen all day and all night from the outside and, will be on view through April 29, 2017. Monika Wulfers explores the concept of line in minimalist sculptures and paintings, as well as computer-generated images and constructs. Various representations of lines and shapes created by lines are seen in her work, which draws upon spatial and temporal constructs. She uses two and three dimensions to examine the line and our perception of it.

Wednesday 10 am – 5 pm Thursday 10 am – 7 pm Friday 10 am – 5 pm Saturday 10 am – 5 pm, and by appointment. Free parking is available at the indoor and outdoor parking structures behind the gallery via the Lee Avenue entrance Handicapped visitors should use the indoor parking by Lee Avenue entrance and use the elevator to First Floor. Metro St. Louis - Forsyth station is a 3 minute walk

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

Reese Gallery: Friday, 17 March 2017

Opening Reception: Friday March 17th from 6 pm to 9 pm
Exhibition Run: 3.17.17 to 4.19.17

The solo exhibition "IN SUPSPENSION is an exploration of volition and surrender. Occasionally growth involves the process of surrender - the uncomfortable, vulnerable state of giving your 'soul, essence, or intellectual Zeitgeist' over to another power, another philosophy, a teacher, a political agenda etc., in order to evolve to a new more illuminated place. I am curious to see what this surrendering, this choice to put one’s volition on hold, might physically look like, if one had to guess or imagine,"  states Laurel Panella.

Laurel Panella will be present at the opening. There will be light refreshment at this event which is free and open to the public.  Reese Gallery is located in the Cherokee Arts Neighborhood, just off of Antique Row.  
Hours: 1 - 4 pm Wed and Sat during exhibition run, or call for an appointment at: 314.954.7638

Reese Gallery
3410 Wisconsin | STLMO | 63118

Friday, March 10, 2017

Contemporary Art Projects Gallery: Friday, 10 March 2017


Synecdoche is a catalyst working conceptually to inform the work featured in this group show. This exhibition seeks to investigate the mirage of identity and representation through this figure of speech. 

Featured Webster Univeristy Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Art artists Sevrin Amselfürst, Alexa Clavijo, Vaughn Davis, Hannah Gibbons, Sajeda Issa, Chelsea McDaniel, Mia Mendoza, Myra Nelson, David Pulphus, Aleida Ruelas Hertel, Tayler Tate, Krista Valdez, Quinton Ward.

Contemporary Art Projects Gallery
Webster University Gateway Campus in the Arcade Building
812 Olive Street

St. Louis MO 63101

Contemporary Art Projects Gallery: Friday, 10 March 2017

Claudia Burris pottery
Friday, March 10, 6-9 pm.

Political Pottery will be on display.

Contemporary Art Projects Gallery
Webster University Gateway Campus in the Arcade Building
812 Olive Street
St. Louis MO 63101

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Framations Art Gallery presents Geometric by Design
Opening Reception on Friday, March 17 from 6-8 pm
Through April 20, 2017

When studying the elements of art, you learn of line, shape, form, color, texture and space. When it comes to shapes, then tend to be either geometric or organic in nature. Geometric shapes refer to those that are more orderly and rely on fundamental designs such as circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, lines, etc. In a new exhibit entitled Geometric by Design, Framations Art Gallery asked artists to explore the use of geometric shapes in their work.

With an otherwise open theme as pertaining to subject matter and media, artists from the St. Louis region were challenged to find the influences of geometry in their work, be it either realistic or abstract in design.

The public is invited to view the artwork on display and to vote for People's Choice in this exhibit when they visit. The voting continues through the full length of the exhibit, ending on April 20, 2017. This exhibit was juried by Melissa Whitwam, the Executive director of the Foundry Art Centre.

218 North Main Street
Saint Charles, MO 63301

Green Door art gallery: Friday, 17 March 2017

Gallery Reception Friday, March 17. 5 to 9pm.

Every April more than 120 plein air artists descend on the quaint town of Augusta Missouri to paint the beautiful landscape. Green Door art gallery is hosting a plein air exhibit of past paintings from the event through the end of April.

Find out more about Augusta Plein Air here!

Green Door art gallery has invited many of the Augusta businesses to the gallery to host a "Taste of Wine Country" gala. They will be sharing information as well as food and drink samples with our customers.
Silly Goose Restaurant
Noboleis Vineyards
Halcyon Spa
Kate's Coffee
Red Brick Inn
Augusta Gallery
Cranberry Cottage
Mt Pleasant Estates.
Augusta Heritage Foundation
Augusta Brew Haus.

Green Door art gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10am - 5pm, Closed Monday and Tuesday.

21 North Gore
Webster Groves, Missouri 63119

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

SOHA Studio and Gallery: Friday, 24 March 2017

GREGORY BOOTH: Formulated Harmony

March 24 - April 9
Opening Night: Friday, March 24, 6pm - 10pm
Artist Talk: Wednesday, April 5, 7pm - 9pm

Gregory Booth: Mathematics is a powerful language that has the ability to convey complicated ideas in seemingly simple, elegant statements. Many of these ideas have an intrinsic beauty that I find to be a source of joy and inspiration. This series of work is an attempt to portray some the beauty and majesty I find in the wonderful realm that is mathematics.

SOHA Studio and Gallery 
4915 Macklind Ave
St. Louis, MO 63109
(S. of Chippewa, at Neosho)

Bonsack Gallery: Friday, 7 April 2017

Untitled (79), acrylic and mixed media on aluminum panels, 77”x96”, diptych
“Reflective Accumulations,” an exhibit of paintings by Grant Miller, will be on display in the Bonsack Gallery from Friday, April 7, through Wednesday, May 17. All are invited to an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on April 7. 
Miller begins his paintings with an architectural grid and then builds on that initial structure through a chain reaction of controlled, determined layers. Once the angles and lines come together, the forms that exist within the gaps come forth creating a striking dichotomy. These fluid forms begin to take center stage in Miller’s work, while the initial structure that brought the effects together slowly recedes. Some of his works have between eight and 18 layers.

Miller explains that he records a set of experiences. Inherent in the process is the loss of peripheral information. Similar to reporting an event such as Hurricane Sandy or the presidential election, details are lost, and in that sense, Miller’s work mimics the bombardment of information in a digital age.
Regular gallery hours are 8 am to 5 pm, weekdays. 

Bonsack Gallery at John Burroughs School
755 South Price Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63124

Monday, March 06, 2017

School of Communications Scholarships: Deadline 29 March 2017

Webster University Scholarship Offerings
School of Communications
2017 - 2018

Undergraduate Scholarships

Nancy Anne Underwood Photography Scholarship
$3,400 (one award)
Offered to full-time Webster students majoring in photography in the School of Communications.  Must be junior or senior status during the year of receipt and possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher.  Must have FAFSA on file in Webster’s financial aid office.
Deadline: March 29, 2017

James H. Wilson II Memorial Endowed Scholarship
$3,350 (one award)
Offered to students enrolled in the School of Communications full-time or part-time.  Must be sophomore, junior or senior status during the year of receipt.  Priority consideration is given to students who have lived in the St. Louis area for four years and who have demonstrated financial need.
Deadline: March 29, 2017

Elva Norman Memorial Scholarship
$1,650 (one award)
Offered to full-time or part-time Communications Students.  Must be a non-traditional female student age 25 and above with junior or senior status during the year of receipt.
Deadline: March 29, 2017

Graduate Scholarships

Michael B. Bingman Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Two Awards - $4,240 (one award); $4,240 (one award)
The Michael B. Bingman Scholarship Fund provides for an annual scholarship or scholarships for available awards for School of Communications graduate students pursuing a Master of Arts in Media Communications based on merit and on demonstrated financial need. This award is intended to be in addition to other financial assistance to which recipients are entitled.
Deadline: March 29, 2017

For applications visit the School of Communications website -

Bullivant Gallery: Friday, 24 March 2017

Join Bullivant Gallery and Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments on March 24-26 for multi-sensory art exhibit to celebrate the difference ways people create, experience, and appreciate art and encourage exploration by all visitors, both sighted and visually impaired.

Opening Reception & Painting Demonstration with John Bramblitt 6:00-9:00 pm

Friday, March 24  -Exhibit Hours at Bullivant Gallery 6:00-9:00 pm
Audio description tours available

Explore the exhibit showcasing cutting edge 3D tactile art, multimedia pieces featuring children served by DGCkids, and artwork from local and national artists, including those with visual impairments. Featured artwork includes life-cast masks by Sharon McConnell-Dickerson & a 3D print of the Mona Lisa, courtesy of 3DPhotoWorks.

Bullivant Gallery
Grand Center for the Arts
3321 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103