Tuesday, November 30, 2010

PHD Gallery: Saturday-sunday, 4-5 December 2010

"GIFTED 2010"
Original Art for Holiday Giving
The 2nd Annual Holiday Gift Show

December 4 - January 8, 2011

Please join us for the Opening Reception, Saturday & Sunday, December 4 & 5, 2010, 11am - 5pm.

Featured artists include Mark Weber, Marsha Sanguinette & Susan Nanny, Jim Sabo, Ruth Ann Reese, Casey Rae, Nick Prinster, Michelle "Mike" Ochonicky, Janet Mueller, Kevin Lurton, Noel Leicht, David Lancaster, Raymond Houston, Carrie Gibbs, Mark Florida, and Jerry Breakstone. Noon to 4:00 pm, Thursday - Sunday.

PHD Gallery
2300 Cherokee Street,
St. Louis, MO 63118
(314) 664-6644

Fontbonne University Gallery of Art: Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Please join us Wednesday, December 1, 2010, for a public reception from 6-8pm for the Undergraduate/Graduate/Graduate Thesis Show at the Fontbonne University Gallery of Art.

MFA Thesis Show: Craig C. Hoffmann, Chris Day, Justin Dirks, Kate Garrabrant, Min-Chih Kao

MA Show: Davide Prete, Eliana Cristancho, Laura Blacksher,Yasmeen Yazdi

BFA Show: Felicia Wilson

BA Show: Elizabeth Richter

On display will be a selection of artwork consisting of sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, drawings, and paintings. Food and drinks will be served.

The show will run from December 1st – December 18th.
Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30am-4pm, Tuesday 9:30-7pm, Friday 9:30am-2:30pm, Saturday noon-4pm, Closed Sundays.

Fine Arts Building, First Floor
6800 Wydown Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105

Monday, November 29, 2010

S. Carmody Photography: Friday, 3 December 2010

Friday, December 3, from 6-9PM Closing Reception: Distant Dreams, Photography by Shawn Escoffery, 50% off print sale. Jewelry Sale featuring local designer Ta and San Francisco based Camenae Jewelry. Chai Tea from Traveling Tea

Still looking for an amazingly unique gift for that special someone? In search of holiday cheer? Then join us this Friday as S. Carmody Photography features two extraordinary jewelry designers and a photographic print sale during the Maplewood Christmas Tree Walk.

Ta's ethnically -inspired jewelry creations feature wire wrapped metal and semi precious stones. Camanae's creations are inspired by ancient culture and by materials, colors and forms of the natural world.

This is your last chance to experience the stunning images of Distant Dreams, most of which will be priced at 50% off. The exhibit features images from Burma, India, South Africa, Peru, and Japan.

Traveling tea will provide herbal chai to warm your heart and your tummy.

The Maplewood Christmas Tree Walk events include a tree lighting ceremony, carriage rides, carolers, Santa and holiday specials at unique Maplewood retailers and restaurants.

S. Carmody Photography
2707 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood MO 63143

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Los Caminos: Saturday, 11 December 2010

Curated by Los Caminos (St. Louis) and The Exhibition Agency (Chicago)
December 11, 2010 – January 15, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 11, 7:00 – 10:00 pm

Featuring: Mathew Paul Jinks (Chicago), Molly Zuckerman-Hartung (Chicago), Michael Sirianni (Chicago), Justin Gainan (Kansas City), and Brandon Anschultz (St. Louis)

In this exhibition, there are no fiery explosions or sharpened knives. And unlike Richard Serra’s Splashing (1968), where the artist hurled molten lead against a wall inside the Castelli Warehouse, the works in this exhibition do not engage with violence as an outwardly directed force—lacking a distinct target, such as the physical gallery or the art world. These six artists explore the subject/object relations of violence through more subtle and intimate forms that concern the frustration between the personal and the historical, the material and the conceptual, and the limitations of medium-specificity.

Though directed inwardly, this form of violence still bears a physical presence. Whether using the body to act out towards their materials or exploring the violence inherent in their respective mediums, the artists explore the heavy weight of art historical tradition while at the same time opening up a space for subjective experience. The artworks have become subject to the frustrations and futility of creative production through cutting, nailing, and tearing (Molly Zuckerman-Hartung), or erasing the figure as a means to evoke a stance against the primacy of the visual field (Justin Gainan and Michael Sirianni). Brandon Anschultz exhibits his canvases from behind; in piles of sawed-up remnants; or cut from the frame, folded into a three-dimensional object. Matthew Paul Jinks explores the properties of his chosen materials, such as brass and oak, creating site-specific installations that aggressively consume the exhibition space.

Frustrated with the overwhelming aura of art history’s past—just go through the alphabet from August Rodin to the Zero Group—any attempts to thwart or rework tradition appear futile when thought of in terms of the historical avant-garde. Confronted with such an overwhelming task, these works communicate a more personal approach. The rupture that occurs from this act—between the subject and his or her materials—renders the past visible in the present and creates a stage that brings forth memories of art history past, but also, the intimate and cultural memories that inform all work.

Los Caminos
2649 Cherokee Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63118

Friday, November 19, 2010

UACP: Friday, 19 November 2010

Tonight from 4-8pm there will be a reception at UACP for the Dragged Lines exhibition. The work is by artist, Rebecca Eilering and features many works on paper and maps that focuses on the use of line. The work, in terms of content, focuses on her interest in the perception of landscape from different angles and contexts.

So stop by, even as a little side trip, meet the artist, ask questions (or not), have a glass of wine and some snacks and support a local emerging artist. The reception is free to the general public.

UACP (by Urban Eats Cafe)
3301 Meramec St (dutchtown in south St. Louis)
For more info and directions see www.urbaneatscafe.com

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Turner Center for the Arts: Friday, 3 December 2010

December 3rd, 5 - 8 pm
Opening Reception for our annual Holiday Exhibition. Support St. Louis arts while you gaze and amaze at the unique creativity and vision of TCA artists. With artwork in all styles, themes, sizes and mediums, you're sure to find something that inspires. Come get an early start at holiday shopping with our greeting cards featuring TCA art, our art calendars, locally produced Arthouse Coffees and of course, TCA artwork! Keeping with TCA tradition, we'll be featuring young harpist Maria Fischer playing in the studio live during the show. As always, hors d'oeurves, music, art fun and lots of awesome happy people.

3109 Sutton Blvd
downtown Maplewood

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Painting with Light Gallery: Friday-Saturday, 10-11 December 2010

a collection of photos by photojournalism students of university college at washington university in st louis

please join us (and bring a friend) for two nights of fun, photos, and refreshments at the painting with light gallery 6-lO pm fri + sat

7520 Forsyth
Clayton MO 63105

Monday, November 15, 2010

Third Degree East Gallery: Friday. 19 Novenber 2010

November 19. Third Friday. Free and Family-Friendly. A Hot Happening with Cool Entertainment. Cash Bar.

At The Gallery: November 19 - December 14
"First Glass: Glass by Washington University Students." A debut exhibit by glass-inspired students in the Washington University-Third Degree glass program. Our students continue to amaze us. We celebrate them in this show.

"Emile Galle's Riparian Revelries: Alicia LaChance." LaChance reflects on the work of Emile Galle, a French glass artist considered to be one of the major forces in the French Art Nouveau movement. This body of work re-imagines Galle's love of botany and field studies. LaChance creates luminous oil glazed panels that give a nod to Galle's experimental glass processes as well as his love of nature.

Note: Exhibits will be temporarily de-installed Nov. 21 - 29 to make way for the Rock N Roll Craft Show.

Third Degree Glass Factory
5200 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Between Union and Kingshighway

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Lemp Brewery: Friday & Saturday, 19 & 20 November 2010

Sweet Jesus
11/19: 7:00 - 10:00, with afterparty at the Stable
11/20: 12:00 - 5:00, with "Exhibiting Strategies in St. Louis" symposium from 1:00 - 3:00

Special Video Curation by Laura Fried via The St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum and Matthew Thompson via The Aspen Art Museum

Participating artists include Lauren Frances Adams, Beacon Projects, Juan William Chavez, Coble / Riley Projects, William Gass, Sarrita Hunn, Gregg Louis, Tim Ridlen, Mike Schuh, Ryan Thayer, Kiersten Torrez

This unique contemporary art exhibition, held at the historic Lemp Brewery in south city, St. Louis, will feature the works of over 15 local and national artists. The work installed represents artists who responded to an invitational call for proposals. The variety of works on display range from site-specific installations relating to issues germane to St. Louis city, sculptural objects and audio experiences responding to the architecture of the brewery’s monumental spaces, multi-channel video installations, and an audio-visual performance on the night of the opening, along with much more.

The Lemp Brewery, building #9, 3rd floor

Chesterfield Arts: Friday, 19 November 2010

In the Gallery: Countenances

Revered by Adam Long View a new collection of works from figurative sculptor Adam Long!

Experience natural forms from a natural world, a sculptural expression of humanity.

Nov 19 - Jan 8

Opening Reception: Friday, November 19

6 to 9pm

The Gallery at Chesterfield Arts
444 Chesterfield Center
Chesterfield, MO 63017

Pellucid Moment by Adam LongAdam Long's sculptures focus on the relationship between humanity and the natural world. Sometimes referred to as "Environmental Art," knotted textures of bark, oak branches, and clay characterize these fascinating works. Countenances explores the human face.

"We are not apart from nature, but a part of it" ~ Adam Long

Visit www.chesterfieldarts.org to learn more.

Friday, November 12, 2010

7909 Big Bend: Friday, 19 November 2010

Webster Arts Council is putting on a show in Webster Groves on Friday November 19, from 6pm-8pm. "Wac On, Wac Off" features works from about 35 students from Webster University's Art Department. Works featured include Paintings, Prints, Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics, and Alternative media. The location is just off campus at 7909 Big Bend Blvd. Webster Groves, MO 63119.

Jacovy Arts Center: Friday, 19 November 2010

The Jacoby Arts Center presents Fact and Fiction: The State of Contemporary Photography, a national juried exhibit of contemporary photographs in its gallery from November 16 through January 9, 2011. An opening reception will be held Friday, November 19, 5 – 8 pm, with an awards presentation at 6:30 pm. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 am-5 pm, Saturday, 10 am-4 pm, Sunday, noon-4 pm, and the gallery is closed Monday.

Juror Steven Brown, Head of the Photography Area for the Department of Art and Design at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, selected the work of sixteen artists. These artists were chosen from applicants nationwide to represent the contemporary photographer's relationship with meaning through manipulation of subject, object, and medium. A talk with the juror is scheduled for Tuesday, December 7, 2010, at 7 pm, in the gallery.

Exhibiting photographers include Bob Ahrens, Randy Anderson, Emily Benner, Jerry Benner, Andrew Bievenue, Roger Boulay, Mike Callaghan, Christ Gearhart Denny, Andrew Dobson, Cary Horton, Fiona McLaren, Stephen Oertle, Pat Quinn, Danne Pike Rhaesa, Adam West and Rachael Wilbur.

Jacoby Arts Center
627 East Broadway
Alton IL
(618) 462-5222

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Philip Slein Gallery: Friday, 12 November 2010

Philip Slein Gallery and Monte Beauchamp proudly present the return of BLAB!, featuring new work by CJ Pyle, Ryan Heshka, Owen Smith, Gary Baseman, Gary Taxali, Fred Stonehouse, Michael Noland, Tom Huck, Travis Lampe, Kari Laine McCluskey, and many more!

Reception: Friday, November 12th, 2010, 6-8 pm; runs through December 18th.

BLAB!--an anthology of works by leading contemporary painters, print makers, illustrators, and sequential artists worldwide--is the brainchild of Monte Beauchamp. The Philip Slein Gallery is proud to host a release party for the premiee volume of BLABWORLD (formerly BLAB! Magazine), a 10 x 10 inch, full-color, 128-page, periodic hardcover of works by leading contemporary painters, print makers, illustrators, and sequential artists worldwide. Contributors, CJ Pyle, Fred Stonehouse, Michael Noland, Tom Huck, Larry Day, and BLABWORLD founder, editor, and designer, Monte Beauchamp will be available to sign copies.

In addition to BLAB! the Philip Slein Gallery will be extending the run of the very popular show, “30/30 Small Scale Work by 30 Artists,” a selection of gallery favorites and new fresh faces.

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

The Philip Slein Gallery
1319 Washington Ave.
Downtown St. Louis

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 19 November 2010

VICTOR WANG: "Dream of Dreams"
November 19- January 8, 2011
Opening Reception, Friday, November 19th, 6-8 p.m.

Atrium Gallery invites you to a solo exhibition of new paintings by Victor Wang. His subjects are dramatic figures, displaying enigmatic emotion, sometimes surrounded by intriguing elements. The works are often large scale and are painterly very textured works revealing not only the central figure, but also subtle collage references to the artist's Chinese heritage.This latest body of work features an even higher level of intrigue in both the figures and the settings. Please join us on the 19th!

Regular hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 10-6 p.m., Tuesday by appointment.

Atrium Gallery
4728 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Old North: Friday, 19 November 2010

“Visionary Arts of Haiti,” a three week exhibit of Haitian art which includes steel sculptures, flags, primitive paintings and masks, will open with a reception on Friday evening, November 19, 2010, at the Old North, 2700 North 14th Street in St. Louis that begins at 6:30 p.m. The Exhibit is curated by Laurie Beasley of Ridge Art Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, and is sponsored by the Missouri Immigrant & Refugee Advocates.

The Exhibition is free to the public. Laurie Beasley will deliver a Gallery Talk on Saturday, November 20 at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited to come and shop early for the holidays. Other immigrant rights events will be held in the same locale, which has been donated by the Old North Restoration Group, over the three weeks of the exhibition.

Old North
2700 North 14th Street
St. Louis

William Shearburn Gallery: Friday, 19 November 2010

November 19, 2010 - January 15, 2011

Katherine Bradford, Bonnie Collura, Barnaby Furnas, Ellen Gallagher, Jeremy Kost, JJ Murphy, Jennifer Wynne Reev, Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman, Bill Traylor

William Shearburn Gallery is pleased to announce a group exhibition entitled, Ab/Fig, curated by Wendy Cooper. The exhibition will open with a reception on Friday, November 19, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm and continue through January 15, 2011.

As a child,Wendy Cooper accompanied her mother, a medieval art historian through museums to search for hidden clues and to identify the personal styles of artists who for almost a millennium painted nothing but religious iconography. Cooper silently wondered, Why only religious iconography, for so many years? It was an oppressive context for a child of the sixties and seventies to understand. Medieval artists were financially, aesthetically and creatively bound by the mandates of their powerful patrons from the early Christian church - in order to even afford the expensive materials with which they worked.

This show is a nod to the absence of those particular constraints and a reflection on the steady shift in cultural context that artists are now free to mirror in their work. The common thread running through the exhibition are each artist's identifiable visual language of abstracting figural forms, using psychological, formal, dissociative, or historical elements to portray his or her unique style. The economics of making art disperses into survival of the fittest.

4735 McPherson Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63108

PSTL Gallery: Friday, 12 November 2010

Jim Schmidt: Remembering Teddy
Needlepoints, cards and other things

Memories and gifts from a special friendship - an extraordinary and continuing legacy which those who knew Carla Trova will fully understand...

Nov. 12, 2010 - Jan. 8, 2011

Please join us for the Opening Reception: Friday, Nov. 12, 6pm-9pm.

I met Carla Rand Trova in 1968 when Ernie asked me to help him out with some of his projects. I remained his assistant for almost a decade. Ernie took me under his wing, encouraged me to paint and make collages, introduced me to the art world, and set me on the path of the rest of my life.

Carla (Teddy, T., & T.T.) was a wonderful artist as well. Her art was not intended for the marketplace or even for exhibition; it was the way she found to give far more to life, family, and friends than she was ever able to take for herself.

Teddy awakened me to new worlds, new ways of living life. She taught me to needlepoint, to garden, to eat good food, and to cook. She gave me my first real camera with which most of the photographs in this exhibition were taken. She shared her love of music and her love of family. Mostly she shared her remarkable spirit.

That spirit, her reason for being (at times she even called herself Mrs. Being), adopted me as part of the Trova family, and taught me to love people for what they are rather then what one may wish them to be or what we could take from them. Our friendship was about giving. We exchanged gifts, cards, love of family and somehow created a world within a world.

When Sandra and Paul asked me to show my needlepoints at the PSTL Gallery, I found it impossible to separate the pieces from how they came to be and the spirit that remains with every stitch I continue to take. Thus this exhibition was transformed to that of the many gifts Teddy and I exchanged. These are but the memories of the many worlds we inhabited and shared with family, friends, and so many others along winding and never ending paths.

Jim Schmidt
PSTL Gallery
3842 Washington Blvd.
Saint Louis, Mo. 63108

Monday, November 08, 2010

Folk School of St. Louis: Friday, 12 November 2010

Please join the StL Fiber'd Artists for refreshments and entertainment during the opening of their latest exhibition, "Sight Reading." Fiberart work will be shown at the Folk School of St. Louis with an opening reception on November 12, 6-8 PM. Participating artists: Sue Brown, Judy Cobillas, Anne Cove, Toni Disano, Carlene Fullerton, Candyce Grisham, Suzanne Galli Koenen, Pat Owoc, Joanne Raab, and Sandy Ries.

Exhibition dates November 12, 2010 - January 12, 2011. Monday-Thursday 10:30 AM - 6:00 PM.

StL Fiber'd Artists
Folk School of St. Louis
3155 Sutton Blvd, Ste 101
Maplewood, MO 63143
(314) 781-2244

Saturday, November 06, 2010

Schmidt Art Center: Thursday, 18 November 2010

Please join us for the opening reception of Suhaimi Fadzir's RTFO: Recycled Toys and Found Objects, Ansel Adams, and Young Art, to be held Thursday, November 18th from 6-8 p.m.

Show open through December 18th.

Schmidt Art Center
2500 Carlyle Avenue
Belleville, IL 62221
(618) 222-5ART

Isolation Room/Gallery Kit

Johannes Wohnseifer: The Thin Commandments
Opening Reception: November 12, 2010 6pm-8pm

Isolation Room/Gallery Kit is pleased to present: Johannes Wohnseifer's The Thin Commandments. The exhibition will present an evolving display of a series of ten silk screen-printed aphorisms stemming from the work of a psychologist who summarizes her experiences in the treatment of people exhibiting eating disorders as a list of a Ten Commandmentsthat is both horrifying and poetic. Catch yourself agreeing and disagreeing with the statements as the cults of diets and exercise collide in a quasi-religious creed.

5723 Dewey Avenue, 1st floor
St. Louis, Missouri 63116

Friday, November 05, 2010

Green Center: Thursday, 30 December 2010

The Green Center presents Sense of Direction, a solo exhibition of paintings by Mary C. Nasser.

This exhibition runs from November 7, 2010 until January 2, 2011, with a closing reception for the artist on December 30th, 2010 from 6-9 p.m. at The Green Center. This event is free and open to the public.

Art exhibit hours are Wednesdays from 9am-3pm and by appointment. Proceeds of art exhibit sales support The Green Center's youth programs.

Green Center
8025 Blackberry Avenue
University City, MO 63130

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Concrete Ocean Art Gallery: Friday, 5 November 2010

KNOT WHAT YOU THINK, Oct. 8 - Nov. 5, closing reception Nov. 5, 2010, 7-11 pm.
Concrete Ocean Art Gallery celebrates the recent artistic endeavors of Connie and Paul LaFlam.

Connie's photography never fails to radiate elegance, beauty and sensuality with her captures of the classic Nude. Now adding fuel to the creative fire, igniting an inferno of sexuality, she seduces the viewer with that beauty. Then quietly confronts them with the discomfiting reality that they have entered a world of fetishes, Shibari and the erotic.

Paul LaFlam creates large scale, fluid, one shot expressionist paintings that continue to inch their way to becoming a conquering force that demands surrender from even the largest expanse of wall. Here 3 by 4 feet is the new Small with larger paintings expanding to 4 by 7 feet. Paintings range from festively colored still lifes, gardens of exploding color, and ending with minimalist monochromes emphasizing nature.

2257/2259 Jefferson Ave. at Shenandoah
St. Louis Mo. 63104

Hoffman Lachance Contemporary: Friday, 5 November 2010

Dana Smith: 'One Night Plays'

Opening reception Nov. 5th 6pm - 10pm
November 5th - 27th

Smith's work is an unselfconscious body of paintings and sketches of local buildings and songwriters in underground clubs. A self-taught painter (save for a few classes at Jackson High School), his images are full of heart and sincerity, capturing places and people with an immediate, shimmering intensity. Dana's work has an unmistakable atmosphere of indie-rock spirit and a kind of folk expertise in the way that they are painted. That serves to equate Dana's strongconnection to his subjects and an urgency to get them on canvas.

Metropolitan Gallery: Friday, 19 November 2010

he Nu-Art Series proudly presents artist Mario Trejo, with an opening reception on Friday, November 19, 2010, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Metropolitan Gallery. The exhibition continues through December 22, 2010.

Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday by appointment only.

The Nu-Art Series
Metropolitan Gallery
2936 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Fishback Gallery: Sunday, 14 November 2010

On November 14th from 3PM to 7PM Daniel Fishback will have a “Grand Opening Reception” for Fishback Gallery. The gallery is in Elsah, Illinois, just 400 feet north of the Great River Road.

Fishback Gallery will open November 1st and have a “Grand Opening Reception” with live music on November 14th from 3PM to 7PM.

Daniel Fishback is a regional impressionistic landscape painter who often ventures outside his studio to paint whatever Mother Nature serves up for the day.

Fishback Gallery
18 LaSalle Street
Elsah, Illinois 62028

Gallery Visio: Thursday, 11 November 2010

Gallery Visio is very excited to announce the opening of the Art for AIDS show will be help on November 11th from 4pm to 7pm. When you purchase an original piece of art, all proceeds will be donated to the Will Flores Fund. Attendance and refreshments are as always completely free.

170 Millennium Student Center
1 University Dr.
St. Louis MO 63121

Kirkwood Art at the Station: Thursday, 4 November 2010

Please come to the Kirkwood Train Station this Thursday, Nov. 4 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm for Mary Beth Flynn's opening reception. Her exhibit, "House Portrait of Area Homes," runs through Dec. 6, 2010.

Art St. Louis: Saturday, 6 November 2010

Opening night is Saturday, November 6, 2010, and begins with a free Juror's Gallery Talk from 6-7 p.m. and is followed by the free opening reception, 7-9 p.m. PLEASE JOIN US!

This year's exhibit was juried by Ms. Stacy Switzer, Artistic Director, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO (2004-present). Switzer has also served as Exhibitions Coordinator and Arts & Education Curator for Salina Art Center, Salina, KS (2000-04). She earned her AB in History of Art from University of California at Berkeley and her MA in Modern Art History, Theory & Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Ms. Switzer is a member of ArtTable, Texas Regional Alliance, College art Association, and serves on the Curatorial Advisory Panel of the Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City.

For this year's exhibit, 112 St. Louis regional artists submitted 482 artworks for our juror's consideration. From those entries, Ms. Switzer selected 64 artworks by 31 artists from Missouri and Illinois for the exhibit. Works exhibited include ceramics, collage, digital media, drawing, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and textiles.

The 31 artists selected for the "Art St. Louis XXVI, The Exhibition" are Will Arnold, Champaign, IL; Blake Carroll, Festus, MO; Debbie Corson, Kirkwood, MO; John DenHouter, Edwardsville, IL; Naxin Fan, Fenton, MO; Daniel File, Manchester, MO; Dominic Finocchio, St. Louis; Mark A. Fisher, St. Charles, MO; Christine Giancola, Florissant, MO; J.C. Gray, St. Louis; Cary Horton, Shrewsbury, MO; Matthew James, St. Louis; Liz Jones, Richmond Heights, MO; Greg Kluempers, Florissant, MO; Khara Koffel, Jacksonville, IL; Nancy Emge Linhares, Kirkwood, MO; Dawson Morgan, Chesterfield, MO; Janice Schoultz Mudd, Chesterfield, MO; Lynn Robey, Dexter, MO; Frank Roth, St. Louis; Benji Rowan, St. Louis; Debra Schindler, Valmeyer, IL; Sun Smith-Fôret, Elsah, IL; Robin Street-Morris, St. Louis; Daniel Stumeier, Edwardsville, IL; Tiffany Tate, Edwardsville, IL; Djuana Tucker, Granite City, IL; William Turner, St. Louis; Teresa Wang, St. Louis; Laura Weinrich, Ellisville, MO; Peggy Williamson, Kirkwood, MO.

During this exhibition, Art Saint Louis is hosting Meet the Artists Saturdays where Gallery visitors can meet some of the featured artists from "Art St. Louis XXVI." Artists will be on-hand in the Gallery to greet visitors & discuss their works in the show. These very casual, unstructured Saturdays are free & open to the public.

Saturday, November 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Naxin Fan, painting
Saturday, November 20, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Cary Horton, photography, 12-4 p.m. J.C. Gray, painting
Saturday, November 27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Teresa Wang, Painting
Saturday, December 4, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Nancy Emge Linhares, mixed media, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Tiffany Tate, printmaking
Saturday, December 11, 1-4 p.m. Tiffany Tate, printmaking
Saturday, December 18, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tiffany Tate, printmaking, 1-4 p.m. Liz Jones, painting

Art Saint Louis is FREE & open to the public
Gallery Hours Monday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday-Friday 10 a .m.-5 p.m., aturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Closed Sundays, holidays & between exhibits.

Art Saint Louis is located at 555 Washington Avenue in the heart of downtown St. Louis--that's on Washington Avenue between Broadway & 6th Street. We're 1 block East of the America's Center, 1 block South of the Edward Jones Dome, and catty-corner from the old St. Louis Centre. Need a map? Click here.

The Gallery is easily accessible by MetroLink and MetroBus with the Convention Center Station at 6th & Washington one half block from our front door.

Art Saint Louis | 555 Washington Avenue, #150 | St. Louis | MO | 63101

White Flag Projects: Saturday, 6 November 2010

White Flag Projects | 4568 Manchester Avenue | St. Louis | MO | 63110