Saturday, November 29, 2008

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 5 December 2008

Opening Reception, Friday, December 5, 6-8 p.m.

Please join us for a HOLIDAY GROUP SHOW. Opening Friday, December 5th in our gracious new gallery will be a group show featuring recent work by six artists, Lore Bert, Suzanne Caporael, Peter Charlap, Fredrick Nelson, Jeanine Coupe Ryding, and Katy Stone. Interesting and intriguing new pieces from Germany, New York, California, and Chicago as well as St. Louis will be featured. These are exciting works brought together to celebrate the holidays with ART. Included is a large Bert piece done with handmade paper and gold leaf, several drawings, prints and woodcuts as well as sculpture done with acrylic on pieces of Duralar.

The exhibition will run through January 10. Gallery Hours are Wednesday-Saturday 10-6, Sunday, noon-4 and Tuesday by appointment.

Please note, Sunday, December 7th will feature a Euclid/McPherson Holiday Stroll, 11-5 with galleries, shops and restaurants welcoming visitors for special events and treats. Atrium will be serving special refreshments, and offering an opportunity to meet with Father Terry Dempsey from MOCRA at 2:30 and hear about their 15th Anniversary Show, "Pursuit of the Spirit."

Atrium Gallery
4728 McPherson Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Good Citizen Gallery: Friday, 5 December 2008

December 5 – January 3, 2009
Opening Reception: Dec 5. 2008 6pm-10pm

Good Citizen Gallery would like to invite you to the opening reception of “Approved”, an exhibition showcasing a diverse group of North American Artists. This show will also introduce Good Citizen as a fresh new gallery space in St. Louis.

Good Citizen Gallery is a newly renovated space in south city near the intersection of Gravois Avenue and Jefferson Avenue. The Gallery is dedicated to showcasing contemporary artists working in a variety of styles and mediums. The gallery is excited to present work in both traditional and non-traditional formats, which tackle a variety of concepts and perspectives.

The artists in “Approved” represent a cross section of the artistic perspectives that Good Citizen Gallery will be exhibiting for the St. Louis community in the future. Featuring work by Josh Avery, Barb Bondy, John Cross, Katherine Fields, Ron Fondaw, Robert Goetz, Amanda Gray-Swain, Remy Hanemann, Andrew James, Mark Jeffrey, Khara Koffel, Noah Kirby, Elizabeth Kronfield, Grahame Lynch, Keny Marshall, Carin Mincemoyer, Heather Muise, Alison Ouellette-Kirby, Matthew Wicker.

Gallery Hours Wednesday, Friday & Saturday noon-5pm or by appointment

Good Citizen Gallery
2247 Gravois Ave.
St. Louis MO 63104

Friday, November 21, 2008

S. Carmody Photography: Friday, 5 December 2008

Studio Opening - Maplewood Holiday Walk
Open House, S. Carmody Photography
5 Dec. 2008, 6p - 9p

This event coincides with the Maplewood Christmas Tree Walk which will feature a tree lighting ceremony, visits and photos with Santa, carriage rides and more. Stop by for cider, photo ornaments and additional special offers. There will also be other merchant open houses.

S. Carmody Photography
2707 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood MO 63143

For more information about the Maplewood Christmas Tree Walk go to or or call 781-8588

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Metropolitan Gallery: Saturday, 22 November 2008

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

STLCC-Forest Park Contemporary Art Gallery: Friday, 21 November 2008

Kung Fu Chicken at STLCC-Forest Park
Let's Live Beauty - Contemporary Ceramics and Mixed Media
Opening reception Friday, November 21, 6-8 p.m. The Show is up through December.

See new sculpture, pottery, jewelry, paintings and video by Carmelita Nuñez and Daniel Shown of Kung Fu Chicken at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park's Contemporary Art Gallery. This art is overtly jubilant, and subtly spiritual and political. Buy a re-leaf, a recycled aluminum leaf trinket, and contribute directly to global reforestation efforts. This is Kung Fu Chicken's first solo gallery exhibit.
STLCC-Forest Park Contemporary Art Gallery
5600 Oakland Ave.
Saint Louis, MO

Monday, November 17, 2008

Saint Louis Artists’ Guild: Sunday, 23 November 2008

GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday – Sunday, noon-4:00pm

The Visual Expressions Exhibition Series
November 23, 2008 – January 10, 2009
Opening Reception: November 23, 1:00-3:00pm

The Second Floor Gallery features Horizons, a juried exhibit of two-dimensional artwork exhibiting a definitive horizon line. The exhibit was juried by Ed Boccia.

The First Floor Gallery features Man-Made, an exhibit that explores man-made objects through the camera’s lens. It is a national exhibit juried by Bea Nettles.

The Siteman Gallery features Over the Horizon, an exhibit which is a retrospective of the aviation and flight art of Ken Kotik.

In the Monsanto Children’s Gallery, the Linda Vista Elementary School students are exhibiting their work created under the direction of Donald Horstman.

The Volunteer Exhibit during this series will feature the paintings of Betty Deall.

Saint Louis Artists’ Guild
Two Oak Knoll Park
Saint Louis, MO 63105

Friday, November 14, 2008

Third Degree East Gallery: 21 November 2008

November 21 Third Friday 6 - 10 p.m. FREE Evening of Fire, Art, and Music

Third Degree East Gallery: November 21- December 16

Glass students from Washington University light up the gallery with their creations in a debut exhibit. Also on exhibit is Apron Strings, an exhibit of vintage aprons from Margie Auer's private collection. *Exhibits will be de-installed on Nov. 23 due to Rock N Roll Craft Show, re-installed on Dec. 1 and on view through Dec. 16.

Third Fridays at Third Degree are free, family-friendly events. Thirsty? A cash bar is provided. For more info: or 314-367-4527.

November 21 Third Friday. See glassblowing demonstrations, make a glass Fall tile, hear live music, enjoy art. Cash bar.

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery: 21 November 2008

Eamon Colman

One of Ireland's most popular and critically acclaimed contemporary painters comes to Webster to talk about his exhibition opening in the Hunt Gallery.

Friday, November 21, Cecille R. Hunt Gallery

LECTURE 12 - 1p
Friday, November 21, Sverdrup Building, Rm.123

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Boots Contemporary Art Space: Friday, 14 November 2008

SLINGER TWO November 14 – December 21, 2008

Organized by Boots Contemporary Art Space
With guest curator Cole Root

Opening night Friday Nov 14th 6:30 - 10:00 pm

Using the "Slinger" dish as a STL cultural metaphor, Slinger 2 is a group exhibition that explores the current temperature of the St. Louis visual landscape.

Featuring work by Gina Alvarez, Michael Behle, Jorge Calvo, Brian DePauli, Elizabeth Ferry, Shane Simmons, Christopher Vogt

Bruno David Gallery: Friday, 5 December 2008

DECEMBER 5, 2008 – JANUARY 10, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, December 5, from 6 to 9 pm
Main Gallery I CARMON COLANGELO: Big Bang to Big Melt
Project Room I SANDRA MARCHEWA: Work
Front Room I KATHRYN NEALE: Recent Paintings
New Media Room I ELEANOR DUBINSKY: New Videos

On view in the Main Gallery from December 5, 2008 to January 10, 2009, the show will include recent prints combining surrealism with the exploration of art history, science and technology.This exhibition, titled “Big Bang to Big Melt,” explores ideas about the creation of the universe and man-made changes in the in the environment—from the Big Bang to the Big Melt. This paradoxical relationship expands on Colangelo’s investigation of the biological aspects of evolution and takes a closer look at the physical environment. His imagery presents a playful odyssey that references the meta-narratives of art history and natural history by juxtaposing utopian ideals of modernism with the contingent aesthetics of surrealism and conceptual art. His taxonomy ranges from primitive organisms to bears and rhinoceros to other more bizarre and ambiguous creatures. The animals function in or independently from architectonic forms and urban landscapes, producing a vivid, chimerical vision Colangelo’s works push the physical and haptic qualities of the print, using new methods and transformative materials such as wax and iridescent inks.

An enduring feature of Carmon Colangelo's work is the unraveling of free-floating symbols and texts in an aggressive exploitation of wet and dry media. His prints and paintings are marked by neo-primitives forms, which are then tempered by soothing veils of light. 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 the Project Room, Sandra Marchewa is presenting a series of new works titled “Work” that explore constant and dichotomous battle without the comfort of gray area. The space reveals a struggle between content and technique, good and bad, progress and destruction, love and hate, organic nature and synthetic process. Somewhere in between lies the ultimate answer, but the battle is a never-ending history, an exhausting, fruitless search. These flash-frozen conflicts provide a snapshot for further inspection in modern times. Marchewa creates her own world in which to escape, a time capsule or a fantasy existence with its own stories and experiences. The pieces will draw the viewer in to see a shifting contradiction in an almost living and breathing environment, and prove in a sense that water and oil do mix after all.

In the Front Room, Kathryn Neale is showing her recent paintings. Her current project endeavors to reinterpret the landscape of painting by combining formal abstraction with graphic aesthetics. The balance between control and spontaneity, as well as the formal and casual application of paint is something pervades her work. Ms. Neale’s recent work explores this basic framework through color and color fields to “trap” the gestural strokes, harnessing the amount of energy released upon the canvas. The palpable tension between painted organic forms and color contrasts with the cut vinyl, and drawing. She embeds her paintings with this technique to accentuate the transition towards a collage-type process. Her paintings then become reminiscent of modern computer design programs. She is abrupt, but thoughtful, trying to create an environment both hot and cold, making impulsive decisions in the heat of the moment, while being driven by an all-encompassing desire for structure.

In the New Media Room, multidisciplinary artist Eleanor Dubinsky premieres two single-channel videos titled "Save Coney Island" and "Slow Body." "Save Coney Island" features interviews with vendors, tour guides and cultural preservationists, footage sequences of locals and tourists passing time on the Coney Island boardwalk and vendors and visitors selling and buying rides and games. Currently, Coney Island is at a major crossroads: New York City and several real estate developers are bidding to rezone the existing amusement area to allow for the construction of new amusements, casinos, retail, and residential units. Many Individuals, local residents and cultural institutions are protesting the rezoning, claiming that it would destroy one of the most culturally, historically and artistically significant areas of the United States. Save Coney Island is inspired by this conflict, is a celebration of the people, and places that make Coney Island the wonderland it is today. "Slow Body" employs close-up, slowed down and processed footage of the artist's own body in a video-dance exploring sensuality, privacy and self-objectification. This piece is a further development of Fast Body, a video work Dubinsky exhibited at Bruno David Gallery in October 2007.

GALLERY HOURS: Wed – Sat 10:00 – 5:00pm

T. 1.314.531.3030

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Open Lot: Friday, 14 November 2008

Friday November 14th, 7-10pm at Open Lot.

OPEN LOT presents new found and constructed video works by Adam Cruces. Cruces acts simultaneously as autor and mediator of a new, immersive and ritualized version of Batman: The Dark Knight: "In the process of subtly manipulating (i.e. repetition through looping, extracting from the mass) the content is transformed into a hybrid, of found object and unique original. The elements are distorted into overbearing dramatic music with abstract chanting and reconstructed dialogs with unidentifiable new characters interacting with the cast of the movie. The pieces are not only a re-contextualization of the movie, but an investigation of the movie's mediated, illegitimate offspring."

Cruces bought the raw materials for his short videos from a pirated movie vendor on Canal Street. The movie-pirateer shot Batman: The Dark Knight secretly, from the hip, capturing the audience moving around and answering cell phones. The final pirate version includes filming from at least four different theaters, dubbed in three languages, and subtitled in another
three (Cantonese, Spanish, and English). Cruces embraces the confusion created by the film's pirated mediation and finds order in a fragmenting process. As the silhouettes of the pirated video's audience members blend with the darkly costumed "goons" of the original film, Cruces' repeating snippets beg for our participation. It's impossible to not be taken into the chant of "Donde esta la Policia?", and when the sequence repeats, each piece seems to take on more qualities of a well-crafted noise performance than of a cut-copy YouTube video.

Open Lot
1310 South 18th Street
Saint Louis, MO 63104

Art Coop: Friday, 28 November 2008

Please join us on Friday, November 28, from 7 to 11 pm, for Art Coop's annual holiday Fire Sale silent auction.

Featuring new work by 33 artists that will be sold by silent auction that night at ANY price. Highest bidder takes it home. Music by Chrome 242. Also appetizers from the new Labeebee's Lebanese restaurant downtown.

Any works not sold by the end of the Fire Sale silent auction will remain on display until December 19 for further viewing and bids. (By appointment, call 314-241-5031 weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm.) It's all on at 2720 North 14th Street, our newly-renovated 3,000 square foot gallery space.

To get there from downtown St. Louis: take highway 70 going North about half a mile to the Madison Street exit. Exit right and continue North about a quarter-mile. Turn left on St. Louis Avenue and go four blocks to North 14th Street. We're right across the street from Crown Candy Company.

ArtDimensions 3rd Floor Gallery: Friday, 14 November 2008

Please join us this Friday night at 7:00pm at ArtDimensions 3rd Floor Gallery.

2 artists exhibiting in the Solo Series will be featured: Christopher Arnold presents "Nostalgia" - a collection of mixed media works and pen & ink drawings, and Mariama Davis presents "Audaz" - a collection of her hand-made jewelry inspired by indigenous cultures.

Exhibit continues during gallery hours (Wed-Sat, noon-4pm) through November (closed on Thanksgiving Day).
1214 Washington Ave. (enter through Mossa Center) 63103

Craft Alliance in the Loop: Friday, 14 November 2008

Craft Alliance in the Loop invites you to a Free Public Opening Reception
This Friday, November 14, 6:00-8:00pm

Craft Alliance in the Delmar Loop is pleased to host a new glass exhibit by artist Jiyoung Lee: Segmentation, November 14 through December 28, 2008. Jiyong Lee's work is inspired by his fascination with cell division and life science. Lee states "The uniquely refined translucent glass surface suggests the mysterious qualities of cells and on a larger scale the cloudiness of our futures." He works with glass that has transparency and translucency, two qualities that perfectly represent the metaphorical clarity and mysteries of life. The Segmentation Series is quiet, yet powerful-Jiyong works with solid glass-cutting, lamination, carving, and surface refining processes-to make work that is both beautiful and deeply invested with meaning.

Craft Alliance in the Loop
6640 Delmar, University City

Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery: Thursday, 14 November 2008

Memphis artist Beth Edwards shows colorful, edgy and culturally-critical works featuring toys, power relationships and gender roles. Multiple series of oil paintings chart the development of her hyper-realistic style.

Opening reception: Friday, November 14, 5:30-8pm.
Through December 5. Public Artist Talk: Thursday, December 4 from noon- 1pm.
Hours: M-TH: 9-9, F: 9-4, Sat: 10-5, Closed Sundays and holidays.

Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery, Humanities East Building
Room 133
11333 Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63122

Brentwood Gallery: Friday, 14 November 2008

Photo section of the Saint Louis Artists Guild
Time 7-10 PM
15 artists refreshments Beauty
Brentwood Gallery
2119 South Brentwood
St Louis MO 63144

Good Citizen: Thursday, 13 November 2008

Opening reception of the LowBrow Art Show at Good Citizen. Local tattoo artist Matt Hodel has curated an exhibit of Tattoo inspired art from local and nationwide artists to help kick off the Old School Tattoo Expo, being held at the Holiday Inn Select, 9th street, and running from Nov.14-16.

The Wayout Club will have a cash bar and the Wedge will supply finger foods. Dj Rico from Kansas City will be spinning throughout the night. There will be a STL style BBQ stand down the street. There will also be an after party at The Wayout Club around the corner featuring DJ Dennis, spinning Rock-a-billy til closing time. The opening at Good Citizen will be held from 7-11, a $5 donation will cover both events.

Good Citizen 2247 Gravois Ave. STL 63104

Monday, November 10, 2008

Soulard Art Market & Contemporary Gallery:: Thursday-Fridauy, 13-14 November 2008

The $50 Show

The Holiday Season is Here! Dozens of St. Louis area artists will have work available in the main gallery with prices of $50 or less!

"The $50 Show" Art Exhibition runs from November 13th, 2008 - December 25th, 2008
Opening Receptions
November 13th, 2008 --- 7pm to 10pm
November 14th, 2008 --- 7pm to 10pm

We are excited and proud to present Alyssa Santoyo playing her classical guitar.

Soulard Art Market & Contemporary Gallery
2028 S. 12th Street
St. Louis, MO 63104

Saturday, November 08, 2008

The Estate Sale: Saturday, 15 November 2008

10 Artists 10 rooms
Condos Starting at $179,900

Saturday November 15th 2008 7-10pm
Curated by Sarah Foley- Davis and Jenni DeSuza
music will be played

Food Drinks and Admission : FREE
But do your part to make the world a little brighter!
We are accepting donations for
* The Blank Canvas Program in the form of new and used art supplies
* The Annual Energy Care Blanket St. Louis In the form of Blankets

3457 & 3459 Iowa Street
St. Louis, MO 63118

Friday, November 07, 2008

Fort Gondo: Friday, 14 November 2008

Friday Nov 14 6-9 pm opening reception

Raising Our Voices is a traveling, all-inclusive Mail Art Show sponsored by the St. Louis Chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art The artworks have been created by members of the WCA-STL as well as the CWCA, the Chicago Chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art. The exhibition's opening reception will take place at Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts on Friday, November 14th, 6-9pm. The exhibition will run until Saturday, November 29, and then will travel to Liz Long Gallery in Chicago Illinois.

Raising Our Voices will benefit the Differently Minded Art Studio at the Urban Art Retreat in Chicago. The Differently Minded Art Studio is founded on the principal of being an all-inclusive studio, where any person, regardless of ability can make art. One focus of the Differently Minded Art Studio is to decrease the stigma of having a mental illness. By working alongside someone with a mental illness, a person becomes more comfortable with the "other", and starts seeing him/her as just another unique person making art. For a person with a mental illness, it helps to be seen as an artist, not a "crazy person."

The exhibition will be open the last three Saturdays in November from 1-4pm or by appointment.

Fort Gondo, 3151 Cherokee, St. Louis MO 63118

Thursday, November 06, 2008

William Shearburn Gallery: Friday, 7 November 2008

Tim Liddy: Strategem

Opening at the St. Louis gallery with a reception for the artist
Friday, November 7 from 6 to 8 pm

The exhibition continues through December 13, 2008

Tim Liddy's paintings, trompe-l'oeil renditions of original game lids, explore the nostalgia of the past as well reference subtle connotation of current times. Each work is a replication of a found board game, painstakingly rendered to capture the essence of the original box lid and its demise overtime. From coffee stains to edges that were reinforced with tape, to phone numbers scribbled across the edge, Liddy has meticulously recreated these box lids, to the exact dimension of the original.

4735 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63108

Philip Slein Gallery: Friday, 7 November 2009

Arny Nadler “Beacons”
& Works on Paper By Selected Artists
At the Philip Slein Gallery
Opening reception, Friday, November 7th runs through Dec. 23rd

Nadler’s exhibition is an installation of three large sculptures and several smaller studies that continue his exploration of the built environment and utilitarian forms. Fabricated out of steel, these three faceted towering sculptures are suggestive of bridge supports and other ubiquitous forms that gird highway systems. These sculptures confront the viewer and assert themselves in the gallery by means of their dramatic scale and physical, visual weight.

Also showing at the Philip Slein Gallery are works on paper by selected artists including: Jamie Adams, Phyllis Bramson, Michael Byron, Cameron Fuller, Glenn Goldberg, Michael Krueger, Arthur Osver, Gary Panter, Tom Reed, Fred Stonehouse, Gary Tenenbaum and Ken Wood.

Hours: Tues. - Sat. 10-5 pm

The Philip Slein Gallery
1319 Washington Ave. 63103 Downtown, Saint Louis, MO

SLU Boileau Hall: Friday, 7 November 2008

NEW FACES OF CRAFT: Artists From Craft Alliance in Grand Center
November 7 - 22, 2008
Opening Reception Friday, November 7, 4:30 - 7:00 pm

Boileau Hall, St. Louis University, 38 Vandeventer

Craft Alliance is honored to present the work of Gina Alvarez, Melody Evans, Damia Smith, Peg Fetter and Becky Grass. All of these artists play an active role at Craft Alliance's new satellite location in Grand Center. Gina Alvarez, Melody Evans and Damia Smith are Craft Alliance's
Artists-in-Residence focusing on fiber, clay and metals. Peg Fetter and Becky Grass teach introductory metals and fibers classes, respectively, which are offered as part of the SLU curriculum in the studios of Craft Alliance in Grand Center. Their work challenges conventional notions of craft through form and expression.

For more information: (314) 534-7528 or

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

White Flag Projects: Saturday, 8 November 2008

Brock Enright's exhibition PRECISION OF POSITIONS opens with a reception and
performance this Saturday night from 7-10PM at White Flag Projects. The reception is free
and open to the public. Enright is also the subject of a forthcoming feature-length documentary.

Consider the trailer fair warning:

Precision of Positions
Saturday November 8, 7-10PM

4568 MANCHESTER AVE (at KIngshighway)

RAC Gallery: Wednesday, 9 January 2009

Please join us for the opening reception of HOLGA POLKA INVITATIONAL

Friday, January 9, 2009 from 5: 30 to 7:30pm

The exhibition features more than 40 artists from different disciplines who have tried their hand at the Holga, a minimal and inexpensive toy camera made in China- with interesting, exciting and sometimes unexpected results.

The exhibit runs January 9 through February 22, 2009

Gallery Talk: Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Reception: 6:30, Talk: 7pm
Live music by polka duo Larry Hallar's Two Star Final
Gallery Hours: M-F 10 am to 5pm, Sat and Sun. Noon to 5pm

David Angell – Photographer; Tom Bremer – Photographer; Jim Brooks – Photographer; Paul Callaway – Photographer, John Cross – Painter/Sculptor; John Dean – Landscape Painter; Valerie Dratwick – Photographer; Doug Gaubatz – Photographer; M.J. Goerke – Hand Made Books/Mixed Media; Benjamin Guffee – Painter/Photographer; David Hanlon – Photographer; Robin Hirsch – Photographer; Hilary Hitchcock – Photographer; Noah Kirby – Sculptor; Bob Kitt – Photographer; Robert Langnas – Printmaker; Jane Linders – Photographer; Donna Lochmann – Photographer; Don McKenna – Photographer; Bill Meeks – Ceramics; Janice Nesser – Mixed Media/Photographer; Marion Noll – Photographer; Alison Ouellette-Kirby – Photographer/Sculptor/Metal Arts; Marianne Pepper – Photographer; Joan Proffer – Painter/Photographer; Ruth Reese – Ceramics; Garrett Roberts – Photographer; Russ Rosener – Photographer; Jan Sago – Photographer; Kathleen Sanker – Photographer; Tony Schanuel – Photographer/Digital Artist; Jami Schoenewies – Painter; Michael Schoenewies – Mixed Media; Eric Shultis – Painter/Mixed Media/Photographer; Jennifer Silverberg – Photographer; Megan Singleton – Photographer/Hand Made Paper; Brian D. Smith – Painter; Susan Hacker Stang – Photographer; Maria Sweney – Photographer; Robert M. Witte – Photographer; Kay Wood – Photographer; Barbara Zucker – Photographer.

The Regional ARTS Commission
6128 Delmar Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63112

Monday, November 03, 2008

Morton J. May Foundation Gallery: Thursday, 6 November 2008

Maryville University's Morton J. May Foundation Gallery is pleased to present two exhibits from St. Louis Artists. Gina Alvarez and Nick Nihira are exhibiting their work from November 3-December 5. Please join the artists for the reception celebrating the exhibits, Thursday November 6, 6-8pm.

New Works on Paper, an exhibit by artist Gina Alvarez will feature prints, collages, and fiber based pieces. Splatter Pattern recent works by Nick Nihira, will feature paintings and drawings.

Morton J. May Foundation Gallery is located inside the library building. Gallery hours Monday-Thursday 7:30am-10pm, Friday-Saturday 8am-6pm, Sunday 11am-10pm.

Maryville University
Morton J. May Foundation Gallery
650 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141

Folk School of St. Louis: Friday, 7 November 2008

Folk And Fiber: A Major Minor Exhibition at the Folk School of St. Louis.

Artists featured: Sue Brown, Judy Cobillas, Anne Cove, Toni Disano, Carlene Fullerton, Candyce Grisham, Suzanne Galli Koenen, Kathy J. McBride, Pat Owoc, Joanne Raab, Sandy Ries, and Shanna Smith Suttner

Opening reception November 7, 5:30 to 8:00 PM

Folk School hours: M-T 4 PM- 9PM, W-Th 6PM-9PM and 1st and 3rd Saturdays 12PM - 3PM

Pieces are small (within the range of 12"-14" or so) and relate to music.

Folk School of St. Louis
3155 Sutton Blvd

Maplewood, MO 63143
314 781-2244