Thursday, March 31, 2011

Wood Icing Studio and Gallery: Saturday, 9 april 2011

Inspiration: Springs Up with Wood Icing Studio and Gallery
Reception Date and Time: Saturday April 9, 2011 from 6-9pm
April 8-June 9, 2011

Nettie White of Nettie White Interiors will be transforming our special exhibition space into a feast for the eyes. She is turning an old entertainment center into a luxurious centerpiece for the dining room. This kitchen themed vignette will be accented with original art by Wood Icing
Artists; Greg Barth, Margaret von Kaenel, and Susie Tenzer. We dare you to leave uninspired!

Wood Icing Artists include Rose Wilde, Heather Haymart, Susie Tenzer, Jennifer Hart, Victor Ziller, Greg Kluempers, Mary Beth Shaw*, Sharon Spillar, Greg Barth, Greg Matchick, Mary C. Nasser, Riley Williams, Dawson Morgan*, Mark Koritz*, Margaret von Kaenel.

In addition to meeting Nettie and our wonderful artists, light beverages and appetizers will be provided.

*Denotes artists that will not be in attendance during this reception.

Concrete Ocean Art Gallery: Friday, 1 April 2011

Don't miss your last opportunity to see our March artists this coming Friday, April 1, at the Concrete Ocean Art Gallery as we hold our closing reception from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM for our dual exhibitions:

Paintings - Plein Air & Figures by Allen Kriegshauser
Minimalist Hypertext for the Very Literal Minded: The Mirage of Materiality, new work by mixed media artist Amy VanDonsel

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Studio Altius Brew-Ha-Ha: Friday, 8 April 2011

Where the Pavement Ends: A Photography Exhibition by Alecia Hoyt

Opening Reception (coinciding with the Maplewood ArtsWalk): April 8, 2011 6-10 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: April 8, 2011 to May 6, 2011

Studio Altius Photography Studio and Event Space has just opened their doors at their new location on Big Bend Boulevard and would like to extend an invitation to their premier photographic exhibition by photographer Alecia Hoyt. Where the Pavement Ends highlights the photographic documentation of Alecia’s 5-month road trip across the southern and western United States in 2009. Alecia purchased and rehabbed a vintage ‘canned ham’ style trailer, packed up the dogs and cameras, and drove from Missouri to Washington state by way of the Grand Canyon, Sequoia National Forest, and California Wine Country. Following back roads and avoiding highways, Alecia traveled alone, blogging the journey as she went. She focused her photographic efforts on every American’s shared national heritage exploring the expansive network of National and State Parks, Forests, and Lands. You can read all about her adventures at, where you will find tips on road tripping, traveling with dogs, and traveling alone as a female.

The opening reception coincides with the Maplewood ArtsWalk and Harp Attack. It is free and open to the public. For those who cannot make it to the opening reception, please feel free to call to set up a time to view the exhibition.

Parking for the event is available in the PNC Bank lot on Folk Avenue (at Big Bend and Folk Avenue) as well as street parking on Folk Avenue.

For more information about the exhibition or to RSVP, please visit:

Studio Altius
(New Location!) 2301 South Big Bend Boulevard
Maplewood, MO 63143

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Turner Center for the Arts: Friday, 8 April 2011

April 8
Spring 2011 TCA Program-Wide Group Show and 3rd monthly TCA Tango Night (this edition open to the public)

Come and join the celebration! Many dozens of pieces of art in all mediums will be on display/for sale, live music will be playing, hors d' oeuvres will be served, Arthouse Coffees will be in the house serving their brew by the cup (and selling by the bag), as well as our third monthly free Tango Lesson/Dance Party. These two events are happening concurrently, as well as in conjunction with the next Maplewood Arts Walk.

Art will be on display from 5 pm - 9 pm, but the dancing will begin at 7, so the gallery inside will become a dance floor. We'll still be open though, and ANYONE is welcome to join our FREE Tango class and take a stroll through the studio/gallery and view our art set-up on the sidewalk

3109 Sutton Blvd and surrounding sidewalk areas
Maplewood MO

Riverside Gallery: Friday, 8 April 2010

Join us Friday, April 8th for the opening reception of The Spring Set.

Featuring Photographs by Emily Wood, Paper Art by JD Dehne and Photographs by Marjorie George

Opening Reception Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Wine and Hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Exhibit runs April 8th through May 30th. Call (314) 221-6432 for hours and availability.

Riverside Gallery
13 W. Moody Ave. (Next to Llywelyn's Pub in Webster Groves)
St. Louis, MO 63119

Monday, March 28, 2011

2901 Macklind: Friday, 8 april 2011

Friday, April 8 · 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Exhibition of paintings and photographs by Gena Brady Allen, Tony Renner & Kate Duncan.

2901 Macklind
St. Louis MO 63139

Compônere Gallery: Sunday, 3 April 2011

Echoes of Old Earth
April 1­-25, 2011
Artist's Reception Sunday, April 3, 2­4 p.m.

Christopher Lynch¹s exhibit of mixed media boxes and drawings is titled Echoes of Old Earth. Christopher, who sees his work as contemporary folk art with a touch of tongue-in-cheek, uses found objects extensively in his mixed media boxes‹where wooden golf tees, rubber dinosaurs, faucets, scrub brushes, piping and more all find a home.

Exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.
Gallery Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11-5; Friday & Saturday, 11-9; Sunday, 1-5.

Compônere Gallery "In the Loop"
6509 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63130

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Duane Reed Gallery: Friday, 17 June 2011

Duane Reed Gallery presents the latest work of acclaimed artist John McQueen.
Exhibition opens Friday, June 17th with a reception that evening 5 – 8pm.
The exhibition will run through July 30th.
Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10-5pm.

McQueen uses willow branches, bark, burrs and other natural materials that he strings together to create stunning basket-like sculptures that “hover, often with great humor, in the gap between craft, sculpture and Conceptual Art.” McQueen “weaves willow twigs into flat open work panels, that are tied together with wax string and built into sculptural constructions. Some works are cage-like while others resemble familiar objects — a book, a desk calendar, a painting.”

ST. LOUIS, MO 63108
P. 314.361.4100
F. 314.361.4102

Friday, March 25, 2011

Pele Prints: Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Michael Berkhemer: Works in Progress
Wednesday Evening . March 30, 2011, 5:30 to 7:30pm

Dutch painter Michael Berkhemer's primary interest is color. One of his inspirations for his prints... is natural effects on architecture: niches in walls, shafts of sunlight through a window, the rhythm of oblique lines radiating from static points on flat horizons. The richness of his prints is derived not from a single color choice, but from layers of different colors often printed wet on wet.

Pele Prints
9400 Watson Road
Crestwood, Missouri
Parking next door at Mattress Giant

Thursday, March 24, 2011

GYA Gallery: : Friday, 25 March 2011

Fern Logan Artist Portrait Series at the GYA community Gallery
Friday, March 25 · 6:00pm - 9:00pm

The Artist Portrait Series is a photo-documentary of prominent black artists such as Elizabeth Catlett, Jacob Lawrence and Romare Bearden. There will be a lecture from Fern Logan and
refreshments will be served.

At GYA Community Art Gallery Logan admits to a self-consciousness in her work that kept her early subject matter restricted primarily to landscape scenes. Her work as a documentary photographer, doing photojournalism throughout the United States, the Caribbean, and India, and as a graphic designer had reinforced this emphasis. In 1983, however, Logan resolved to put the human figure into her repertoire and created the photodocumentary “The Artist Portrait Series,” in which she photographed prominent black artists such as Elizabeth Catlett, Jacob Lawrence, and Romare Bearden. She began the series because of her philosophy of art as an educational tool and through a desire “to document the careers of highly accomplished black visual artists.”

During the closing reception, on Friday, March 25th, Logan will give a lecture on the Artist Portrait Series and books will be available for purchase.

GYA Community Art Gallery
2700 Locust St.
Louis MO 63106

Poor Souls Gallery: Friday, 25 March 2011

this Friday night, Poor Souls Gallery 2701 N 14th street. one block from crown candy. 4 photographers. 6-10 pm stl newest gallery. must be there BBQ


Snowflake: Friday, 25 March 2011

Snowflake is pleased to announce Leslie Mutchler.
Opening reception: Fri. March 25, 7-10 pm
March 25th - May 7th

(F)utility Kitchen, a new site-specific grow installation by (F)utility Kitchen experiments with making rudimentary tools and methods of cultivation and sustainability for edible vegetation in a confined space. A gravity-drip irrigation system is built from hardware pieces, IKEA furniture, and do-it-yourself irrigation supplies. Grow lights are suspended in canning jars and crudely-built wood shelving contains recycled paper bits, empty hand-made bowls and jars of seed, awaiting their purpose.

3156 Cherokee Street
St. Louis, MO 63118

PSTL Gallery: Friday, 1 April 2011

Tiffany Sutton: Portion Control
Opening Reception Friday, April 1, from 6-9 pm
April 1 –May 7 , 2011

Gallery hours: 10:30am-5:00pm Tuesday-Saturday. The exhibition opens Friday, April 1, with an opening that evening from 6 – 9 PM. The exhibition will run through May 7, 2011.

We are what we eat. Food creates feelings of love, home, childhood, and memories. Food is personal. Food is who you are. These photographs of food are reflections of me. I think of them as self-portraits. My food journal records my thoughts and ramblings about what I eat, and also how I feel during the day. The photographs are presented in a way that invites viewers to examine food in the same way that they would a portrait, and also to think about what food means to them.
-Tiffany Sutton

3842 Washinton Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO. 63108

RAC Gallery: Thursday, 31 March 2011

Reflections of a Creative Life: Hal Poth - A Retrospective
Curated by Judy Weltman

GALLERY TALK on Thursday March 31
5:30 pm Reception 6 pm Talk
Exhibit runs Feb. 18 - April 10

Hal Poth's art reveals industrial design influence in the precise execution of his moving sculptures as well as the exacting detail of his earlier drawings. One can't help but see an almost childlike whimsy in many of his pieces, juxtaposed with sophistication that only a master craftsman could execute.

Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, noon - 5 p.m.

The Gallery at the Regional Arts Commission
6128 Delmar Boulevard on The Loop
St. Louis, MO 63112
(Free parking in the lot behind The Pageant; metered street parking)

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Des Lee Gallery: Friday, 1 April 2011

Join the senior sculpture majors of Washington University in St. Louis for the opening of their BFA thesis exhibition on April 1st.

Featuring work by Felicia Chen, Virginia Eckinger, Monica Foote, Catherine Graham, Danielle Jackson, Zoe Kessler, Jonathan Watkins.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Des Lee Gallery
1627 Washington Avenue

Monday, March 21, 2011

Luminary Center for the Arts: Thursday, 8 April 2011

HOW TO DISAPPEAR Group Exhibition
and Charles Gick Installation, Three Clouds in Waiting
Opening reception: Friday, April 8th from 6-9pm
On view April 8, 2011- May 20, 2011
Wednesday-Saturday from 12-6pm

Main Gallery: How to Disappear

You want to go beyond making yourself disappear: You want to make it seem as if you never existed. -Seth Price, How to Disappear in America

The Luminary Center for the Arts is pleased to present the international group exhibition How to Disappear, which brings together seven innovative emerging and established artists that offer divergent how-to manuals on disappearing, records of vanishment and satirical takes on the dissolution of self. Informed by Seth Price’s book How to Disappear in America, this innovative and elusive exhibition traces forms of disappearance, means of dropping out of society and the concept of being unknown as revolutionary act through multimedia installations, altered family photos and quarters laced with razorblades.

Artist collectives Young Hae-Chang’s HEAVY INDUSTRIES and Claire Fontaine each present their tongue-in-cheek work that range from French revolutionary theories to concrete poetry narratives. Romanian artist Mircea Cantor’s lyrical video installation, Tracking Happiness, shows a series of women sweeping in endless circles of white sand, covering over temporary traces. His photographic diptych Io depicts a tunnel entrance and exit, each indistinguishable, forging an unease in which the act of coming and going are blurred.

Ben Alper and Tatiana Grigorenko employ family histories and photography as a distorted medium of personal and collective history, as well as the profound sense of loss when our records fail us and disappear from view. Cayetano Ferrer and Seth Price each make use of the book as anonymous form, shapeshifting through identities and voices. Cayetano Ferrer presents invisible installations that blend in to the background as well as performative elements that cause the artist himself to disappear in a haze of references and counter-narratives reminiscent of Borges’s best work. Price’s How to Disappear in America acts as a kind of template for the exhibition, cobbling together accounts and tips on how an individual disappears from the public from uncredited sources, original research and personal anecdotes.

At the closing reception on May 20th, filmmaker Rene Daalder will screen Here is Always Someplace Else, an account of conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader’s mysterious disappearance at sea in the smallest sailboat to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean.

Installation Space: Charles Gick, Three Clouds in Waiting

Charles Gick will present a new site-specific installation entitled, Three Clouds in Waiting in The Luminary Installation Space. Three Clouds places Gick’s paintings within a barren landscape created by a thick slab of dried mud, offering new resonances between painting, sculpture and the natural environment. Presented in the Installation Space, the meditative installation confronts, examines and repairs our often tenuous physical, intellectual and emotional relationships with nature.


Thursday, March 17, 2011

Los Caminos: Friday, 18 March 2011

Do the Right Thing: Peter Seay, Kevin McCoy and Friends
March 18 – April 16, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, March 18, 5:30 – 10:00 pm

Please join us on Friday, March 18 from 5:30-10pm for "Do the Right Thing: Peter Seay, Kevin McCoy and Friends." Using printmaking as a springboard, Seay and McCoy borrow imagery from hip-hop, street, and skateboard culture, blurring the line between mocking and celebrating popular visual references. "Do the Right Thing" will also feature prints by Sleepy Kitty and music by 18andCounting.

"Do the Right Thing" helps kickoff the Friday Evening Events on Cherokee Street, sponsored by the SGCI Conference. SGCI is the largest print organization in North America, and its conference is the largest annual gathering focused on printmaking. For more information about this exhibition, please see the press release attached and below.

Los Caminos
2649 Cherokee Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63118

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Aisle 1 Gallery: Friday, 18 March 2011

Cherokee Street will be the focus of the Southern Graphics conference and this is just one of the many things to do that evenings.

Aisle 1 Gallery Presents: Show me your tax bracket
a group exhibition of over 40 local and national artists.
Opening reception Friday, March 18, 7-11 pm.

A mixed media, invitational group exhibit featuring over 40 artists from St. Louis, across the United States and Canada.

Curated by Bryan Walsh and Danielle Spradley.
The exhibit will open March 18, 2011 and continue through April 16, 2011.
Gallery Hours: Saturdays Noon-4pm or by appointment
Drinks provided by PBR.

Confirmed participating artists: Alicia LaChance, Amy VanDonsel, Ben Pierce, Blütt (Chicago), Bryan Walsh, Cbabi Bayoc, Chris Sabatino, Christopher Burch (San Francisco), Daniel Burnett (Chicago), Daniel Gaeng, Daniel Jefferson, Danielle Spradley, David Langley, Eric Nichols, Erin Morrison
(Seattle), Florence Glidez (New York), Garrison & Alison Buxton (Vermont), Gina Alvarez, Jason Spencer, Jen Everett, Jenn Carter, Jerald Ieans, Jeremy Rabus, Joey Potts (Chicago), Jonathan Villoch (Brooklyn, NY), Joshua Chapman, Joy Tiyasirichokchai, Julie Malone, Jun Nakamura (Boston), Justin Tolentino, Kristen Bartel, Laura Lloyd, Matthew Eckhard (Minneapolis), Melvin Jefferson, Michael Hoffman, Myles Keough, Peat Wollaeger, Phil Jarvis, REVISE CMW (Chicago), Robert Tapley Bustamante (Kansas City), Ron Schwartz (Canada), Ruben Aguirre, Jr. (Chicago), Ryan Frank, Sarah Giannobile, Seitu Smith, Sleepy Kitty, Steven Glanville (Canada), William Burton, Jr., Zack Smithey

Join Aisle 1's mailing list for monthly updates.

Aisle 1 Gallery
2627 Cherokee street

Bonsack Gallery: Thursday, 17 March 2011

Printer / Publisher Artist / Patron
Courtney Obata and Wildwood Press
March 4 thru March 29
Opening Reception Thursday March 17th 5:30 to 8:00pm

Courtney Obata was a collector and a great patron of Wildwood Press work. An artist in her own right, Courtney understood both the beauty and the spirit of a work of art. Printer|Publisher Artist|Patron includes prints by the artists that Courtney loved, including Valerie Hammond whose tribute pieces to Courtney, Anemone and Blue Anemone, make their debut.

This exhibition is being held in conjunction with Equilibrium, the national meeting of the Southern Graphics Council International in St. Louis March 16 - 19, 2011.

Bonsack Gallery
John Burroughs School

Cosign Projects: Friday, 18 March 2011

March 18, 2011 – April 18, 2011

This monumental installation opens at 4 p.m. on Friday, March 18, 2011, and will continue into the evening as a house party, free and open to the public.

Leeza Meksin presents HOUSE COAT a site-specific installation for a two-story row house in Benton Park West. At the invitation of Cosign Projects, this interdisciplinary artist brings to St. Louis her unique combination of sculpture, performance, and public art with an opening on March 18. HOUSE COAT is a massive fabric outfit constructed from hundreds of yards of white spandex custom-printed with large gold chains. Set amidst the red brick of South City Saint Louis, Meksin’s installation seeks to invite conversations about differences and similarities between our buildings and our bodies. Not coincidentally, the artist’s personal background as a Jewish exile from Russia relates the pattern of gold chains to freedom and slavery, while evoking pop-cultural motifs of bling and fabulousness.

Working within the tradition of such installation artists as Christo and Jeanne-Claude, this project is part of the artist's ongoing exploration of the visual potential of stretch fabrics. The costumed house explores the gendered terrain between textiles and architecture, evoking the hyper-fitted garments worn by entertainers, drag queens, and super heroes.

‘HOUSE COAT’ will be on display through April 18, and possibly longer, depending upon the weather.

To learn more about the project, please visit our website.

Mad Art Gallery: Saturday, 26 March 2011

Venus Rising: The Rebirth of Venus Envy

Venus Envy will return this March. The 11th show will debut at Mad Art Gallery on Saturday, March 26th, 2011.

Venus Rising will feature a variety of local performers and artist. For the first time ever Venus Envy has added a culinary and poetry aspect to the show. The March 26th show is open to everyone with a suggested $5 donation. Juror Mary Patterson and past president, Kate Poss will select 25 artists to be featured in the upcoming show.

A private preview party will be held on Friday, March 25th, 2011 from 6:00 p.m.– 9:00 p.m. Tickets are available in advance for $50 per person. The evening will feature exclusive performances and a sneak peak of the show with membership benefits.

Mad Art Gallery
2727 S. 12th Street 63118

Monday, March 14, 2011

Three Sinks Gallery: thursday, 17 March 2011


The Graduate: 4 Printmakers - Four graduates in printmaking from Austria, Bulgaria, Germany and the USA

Opening Reception THURSDAY, MARCH 17TH, 5-9p

8715 Big Bend Blvd.
(At Big Bend and I-44)

Old Orchard Gallery: Friday, 29 April 2011

Brothers and Sisters, A Family of Artists
Jeanne McGauley Conway, Patrick McGauley, Peg McGauley Dietz, Ellen McGauley Watt, Joseph McGauley
Opening reception Friday April 29 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.

Jack and Margaret McGauley moved to St. Louis in 1952 and raised eight children in Richmond Heights. Many of those children became artists. Their combined works will be on display in a show entitled “Brothers and Sisters, A Family of Artists” at The Old Orchard Gallery, 37 S. Old Orchard, in Webster Groves, Missouri, opening Friday, April 29, and ending Saturday, May 7.

Why did so many in one family gravitate to art? There’s no clear reason. No known ancestors had any discernable artistic talents. Their parents displayed no tendency toward the arts (although they fostered an atmosphere of allowing their children to delve creatively into their respective areas of interest.) There were no mandatory art lessons as children. The talent simply grew naturally, nurtured by the loving environment created by Jack and Margaret.

Their artistic media range from sculpture to oils, watercolors to photography, and from their studios and offices in Missouri, Georgia and Colorado their works are displayed nationwide.

Hoffman Lachance Contemporary: Friday, 8 April 2011

Outliers: New paintings by Jeremy Rabus
Opening Reception: Friday, April 8th, 2011, 6pm–10pm
Exhibition Dates: April 8th–April 30th, 2011

Hoffman LaChance Contemporary presents Outliers, an exhibition of new abstract paintings by Jeremy Rabus. Expanding and refining his technique of layering passages of light and dark, vivid and neutral color, Rabus' approach to painting encompasses both chance and control, free association and
orchestration. These new works set aside decorative flourishes, and are stripped down to more iconic and monumental compositions. Rabus' aim is to use abstraction to transform the viewer's reality. The brief transport to a suddenly different visual dimension and the immediate sense of recovery is the rare experience Rabus seeks—the outlier image, which arrives as a surpriise, and changes everything.

Outliers will be on view at Hoffman LaChance Contemporary in Maplewood from April 8thto April 30th, 2011. On Friday, April 8th, 2011 from 6pm to 8pm, there will be an opening reception for Outliers (free and open to the public). The opening of Outliers will be featured on the April Maplewood Arts Walk.

Hoffman LaChance Contemporary
2713 Sutton Boulevard
St. Louis MO 63143

Third Degree East Gallery: Friday. 18 March 2011

At The Gallery: March 18 - April 12

Conflicted Landscapes: Joanne Stremsterfer. These works explore order, chaos, and the power of nature and harmony, specifically the challenges and obstacles that confront nature in expansive prairies, state parks, urban environments. Stremsterfer uses techniques of monotype, relief, solar plate, and collage to create dynamic ambiguity.

Creatures of the Amazon: Lee Black. Glass lizards and insects beautifully rendered in glass. Colorful and finely detailed, you'll swear you can see them breathe.

8 p.m. Maple Jam...Rockin' Delicious. An acoustic rock and blues band. You've heard them here, Highway 61 Roadhouse, Alandale's Brewery, Maya Cafe, Eckerts Orchards, Schlafly Bottleworks, and The Focal Point.

Schon on the Boulevard: Friday, 25 March 2011

Schön's Second Art Show and Cocktail Party
This month features the jewelry designs of Beqi Clothing, Design522 and the 'Spectacular Visions' photography of Carolyn Schlueter

Friday, March 25, 5-9pm
Suggested donation of $10 at the door to benefit the National Children's Cancer Society
Light appetizers and wine provided. An R.S.V.P. is encouraged to 314 863-3448 (The Mitchell James Salon) or e-mail.

Schon on the Boulevard
#30 The Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63117

Friday, March 11, 2011

Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery: Fridau, 11 March 2011

Opening tonight 5:30-8pm. Humenagerie-an exhibition of ceramic vessels in hybrid human/animal forms.

Through April 1 in Humanities East 133. Hours: M-Th 9-8, Friday 9-4, Sat. 10-4. Closed Sundays, holidays and Spring Break.

Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery
11333 Big Bend Blvd
At St. Louis Community College at Meramec

Jacoby Arts Center: Friday, 11 March 2011


The Jacoby Arts Center presents Mark Makers, an exhibition of drawing and painting by 18 regional artists, in the JAC Gallery from March 8 through April 10, 2011. A free opening reception will be held Fri, March 11, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The gallery is closed Sunday and Monday.

Mark Makers will feature drawings and paintings that emphasize the gestural quality of mark making and expressive use of line thereby showing the hand of the artist. Artists included in the exhibit are Peter Ahart, Rebecca Eilering, Louis Giberson, Kathy Comric, Aaron Heil, Richard Hutton, Lauren Leohner, Robert Maguire, Christy O'Brien, Derek Pfeffer, Roxxanne Reed, Kathryn E. Roberts, Kristen Serafini, Jeremy Shipley, Chris Spangler, Daniel Stumeier, Jennifer Toje and Patricia L. Vinyard.

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

Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Warehouse: Friday-Saturday, 11-12 March 2011

Come out Friday and Saturday for the Open Artery Exhibition at The Warehouse at 2501 S. Jefferson. The show will include 20 artists and 10 bands and a wide variety of art from local artists. Doors open at 6 on Friday the 11th and 12th.

PHD Gallery: Friday, 18 March 2011

fine print: monoprints by Amy Rosen Firestone and Joe Chesla
Join us for the opening reception Friday, March 18th 7-10 PM
PHD Gallery (through April 212nd)

Opening in conjunction with the SGC International Conference
Hosted by Washington University St. Louis and part of "Cherokee Night"

"fine print" showcases two printmakers who create monoprints using very different techniques. Rosen creates monoprints using waterless lithography and seriography. With a nod to Jim Dine's robes, Rosen uses women's vintage slips as the subject of her work. By contrast Joe Chesla creates process directed, "mineral" prints incorporating nontraditional techniques to impregnate fine printmaking paper with a recording of the corrosive process of metal. He takes this process
one step further by adding dissolved salt to the mineral bath, which re-crystallizes on the paper diffusing and distracting from the underlying imagery. Encaustic techniques enrich the visual depth and physical presence.

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

Nu-Art Series: Friday, 18 March 2011

The Nu-Art Series proudly presents Robert Lombardo: Studio Works on Friday, March 18, 2011, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Nu-Art Series' Metropolitan Gallery.

"The canvas is always the test. If I understand it immediately, it usually signals failure, and I toss it. If I don’t understand what’s going on, it’s probably working, and I keep it. You got to trust that something will crystallize as the canvas matures. That’s usually the case, although not always. Sometime stupidity rules, and we all know that failure is a persistent and comic demon. Life’s a veil of tears baby, but there’s usually room for good jazz. Toss it if it doesn’t work, keep it if it does. Nobody wants to hear the same riff over, and over, and over again. This ain’t rocket science this is Art, and if it ain’t a kick in the ass, why would anybody want to do it."
- Robert Lombardo

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

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery: Thursday, 17 March 2011

Hunt Gallery at Webster University to Present IMPRESS(ed)
in conjunction with the Southern Graphics Conference International
Opening Reception THURSDAY, March 17, 2011
im:print publication

IMPRESS(ed) is an exhibition of prints that are made by the letterpress process and art work that has conceptual connection to letterpress. A 900-year-old printing technique, letterpress was the printing process for most book and text printing until the development of offset lithography in the early 20th century. New technology and availability of materials has given rise to an abundance of fine printing and art work using letterpress. The exhibition, IMPRESS(ed) features the work of 30 printmakers. Featured artists will include Lynne Avadenka, Robyn Awend, Amy Borezo, Inge Bruggeman, Ophelia Chong, Kathryn Hunter, Kelly Jones, Ann Kalmbach, Tatana Kellner, Emily Larned, Susan Makov, Toby Millman, and Erin Newell.

A companion exhibition titled PRINT IN/EX will also open on March 17 in the Visual Art Studios, where the Hunt Gallery is located. PRINT IN/EX will feature works from 53 art students from the University of Applied Arts Vienna/Austria, Tokyo National University of the Arts/Japan and the Fine Art College at Shanghai University/China. The exhibition will feature prints from two Exchange Portfolios created between 2008 and 2010 by art students from the University of Applied Arts Vienna on one hand and Tokyo National University of the Arts and Fine Art College at Shanghai University on the other.

A very special component of SGCI 2011 is the publication of im:print 2011 – journal for the state of current printmaking. There will be a book presentation at 7:30 PM on March 17 in the Visual Arts Studios.

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

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Lillian Yahn Gallery: Thursday, 10 March 2011

Not So Ordinary Women
St. Charles County Arts Council

March - April 2011
Reception: Thursday, March 10, 4 - 7 PM

Lillian Yahn Gallery
7443 Village Center Dr.
O' Fallon, MO

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Luminary Center for the Arts: Thursday, 10 March 2011

This Thursday from 6-8pm, join us for the Closing Reception for Something Happened and The Nymph's Reply, as well as artist talks from Brian DePauli and Lauren Frances Adams.

For more information about the exhibitions, visit The event is free and open to the public.

Bruno David Gallery: Friday, 25 March 2011

March 25 – May 7, 2011
Opening Reception Friday, March 25, from 6 to 9 pm
Project Room: Hung Liu: Za Zhong Paintings
Front Room: Lisa K. Blatt: desert water
Media Room: Lisa K. Blatt: untitled (Icarus)
BDG EastWall: SWOON : Life-size Installation

Bruno David Gallery is pleased to present Carmon Colangelo’s fourth solo exhibition entitled "Eyedeas" with the gallery. Carmon Colangelo's new works on paper and canvas from 2009-2011 explore the conflation of human history, current events and personal reveries through time, space and media. Taking a diaristic approach, Colangelo muses about cultural narratives, urban life, globalism, social networking, transcendence and recording everyday ideas. Using grids, reproductions, text and juxtaposing the iconography from modernism with conceptual artmaking strategies, this body of experimental work is composed of water based media, digital printing and drawing. A fully illustrated catalogue with an essay by Buzz Spector accompanies the exhibition.

In the Front Room, the gallery presents a new exhibition of photographs titled “desert water” by photographer and video artist Lisa K. Blatt. She is attracted to deserts for their light, beauty and simplicity, and stays for their complexity, contradictions and secrets. Her art examines the intersection between the still and moving image, nature and culture, perception, and the political and historical implications of place. The work straddles the representational and perceptual and examines how landscape may be identified by what is not visible, what is memory or what is trace.

In the Project Room, the gallery presents a series of prints titled “Za Zhong Paintings” by Hung Liu. The exhibition is in conjunction with the SGC International Conference hosted by Washington University in St. Louis - Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts (SGC International Conference Link) and organized by Trillium Graphics. There will be an artist-talk at 9am on Friday, March 18 at The Chase Park Plaza (Khorassan Room). The "Za Zhong" (or literally, "bastard paintings") breaks new territory for the artist as she honors her traditional subject matter of women and historical images from China. Her work was enhanced when, during a 1990 visit to China, Liu discovered several hundred photographs from the time of the Cultural Revolution. These photographs have formed a basis for much of her work since. Personal photos from this era are rare because families often destroyed images that might be used as evidence that they were not proletarians. Her prints are rendered in a photorealist mode that looks back to her work for the Communist Party, yet individuals that are the object, rather than the subject, of history, populate them.

In the Media Room, the gallery presents a new video work titled “untitled (Icarus)” by Lisa K. Blatt. Her latest video was shot in Antarctica on top of the live volcano, Mount Erebus. Ms. Blatt received her MFA (New Genres) from the San Francisco Art Institute.

On the BDG East-Wall, the gallery presents a temporary life-size woodblocks and paper cutouts installation by SWOON (Caledonia Curry). The installation is in conjunction with the SGC International Conference hosted by Washington University in St. Louis - Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts (SGC International Conference Link). There will be an artist-talk at 4:30p on Friday, March 18 at The Chase Park Plaza (Khorassan Room). Swoon is also a member of the Justseeds Artist Cooperative.

Public Hours Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm


Friday, March 04, 2011

Atrium Gallery: Friday, 18 March 2011

March 18 - May 8, 2011

Atrium Gallery invites you to an exhibition by internationally known printmaker, Karen Kunc. “An Eden,” a solo show featuring all new work includes mixed media monoprints on artist made paper and woodcuts with polymer relief, mezzotint and mixed media, many with experimental techniques. The semi-abstract subject matter “examines [the] other worlds of edgy natural order and beautiful disasters.” Kunc has pushed the new work into further complexity with overlapping imagery, and density, showing an ever deepening palette with these significant and dynamic new works. She is represented in over one hundred of the finest museums nationally and internationally and continues to be at the forefront of contemporary printmakers.

The exhibition opens Friday, March 18th with a Reception for the Artist, 5 - 8 p.m. and will also feature a Coffee with Artist Talk, Saturday, March 19th at 11:00 a.m. The show is coordinated with the Southern Graphics Conference International hosted by Washington University.

Atrium Gallery
4728 McPherson Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
P 314 367 1076
F 314 367 7676

Hoffman Lachance Contemporary: Thursday, 17 March 2011

Round About • Work from Pele Prints
March 14 ­ - March 31, 2011
Opening reception: Thursday, March 17, 6-10 pm

There’s just something about a curve...both literally and figuratively. Flowing and organic, crisp and defined, the rounded and curvilinear shapes used by the artists in this show highlight the form’s compelling versatility. All of the prints in Round About feature work published at Pele Prints collaborative studio in St. Louis.

Featured artists: Gina Alvarez, Brandon Anschultz, Laura Berman, Lora Fosberg, Alicia LaChance, Grant Miller, Amanda Verbeck, John Wahlers. Hours: Friday & Saturday 12-3p and by appointment

Hoffman LaChance Contemporary
2713 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood, MO 63143

Wood Icing Studio and Gallery: Friday, 4 March 2011

Wood Icing Studio and Gallery
Mardi Gras Art Reception and Mary Beth Shaw's Book Signing Party

Reception: Friday March 4th 5-9PM
Exhibition Dates: March 4-March 31, 2011

Book signing and art reception including a few select artists from Mary Beth Shaw's book, Flavor for Mixed Media, Exhibit includes; Mary Beth Shaw, Heather Haymart, John Hammonds, Julie Snidle. This is a unique opportunity to see all of Mary Beth's original art work from her book in one exhibit. We are also welcoming four new artists to our gallery; Susie Tenzer, Mary C. Nasser, Riley Williams, and Margaret van Kaenel.

Also on exhibit: Greg Barth, Sharon Spillar, Heather Haymart, Susie Tenzer, Victor Ziller, Greg Matchick, Mary Beth Shaw, Greg Kluempers, Michele Wells, Dawson Morgan, and Mark Koritz.

Artropolis Mardi Gras Gallery Hop Come join the art galleries at the Chesterfield Mall, Mardi
Gras style. Enjoy colorful King Cupcakes, munchies, beverages and FREE beads! Each Artropolis gallery will have a different color bead for you to collect, so you will want to visit them all! Artropolis Businesses include; Wood Icing Studio and Gallery, Mind Works Gallery, Fusion, Dramatic License Theater, Rhonda Jean Photography, and St. Louis Teacher's Recycling.

Chesterfield mall (upper level next to Sears)
Hwy 40 & Clarkson Road

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Grafica Fine Arts: Friday, 8 April & 6 May 2011

Opening reception: Friday, April 8, 2011 from 6-9 pm

Annie Smith Piffel and her students have interpreted travel scenes from Turkey, Ireland
, Switzerland and Nicaragua in a variety of styles and media. The photos
and the paintings will be on display.

Closing Reception: Friday, May 6, 2011 from 6-9

Grafica Fine Arts
7884 Big Bend Blvd
Webster Groves, MO 63119

Concrete Ocean Art Gallery: Friday, 11 March 2011

Opening Reception March 11, 7-11pm
Plein air and figure studies in oil and pencil by Allen Kriegshauser and Minimalist Hpertext for the very Literal Minded: The Mirage of Materiality, new work by mixed media artist Amy VanDonsel

Concrete Ocean Art Gallery
277 S. Jefferson Avenue
St. Louis Mo 63104

Soulard Art Market: Friday, 11 March 2011

Opening Reception March 11 6-10pm

“The Next Generation” This fourth annual juried art show features the metro areas Next generation of 14-19 year old artist. Please join us to enjoy their talent and meet them.

Soulard Art Market
2028 S. 12th Street
St. Louis, Mo 63104

Art St. Louis: Friday, 11 March 2011

Varsity Art XV graphic design by Jeane Vogel
"Varsity Art XV"
March 11-31, 2011
Free reception: Friday, March 11, 2011, 6-8 p.m.

Our fifteenth annual group exhibition is curated by art faculties from 20 Midwest regional colleges & universities in Missouri and Illinois. Professors were invited to select one or two outstanding undergraduate or graduate level art students to exhibit recent artworks and represent their institution in this multi-media group show. This year's show will feature works by 38 artists. Presented as a collaborative project, students work together on all aspects of the exhibition.

This year's Varsity Art XV exhibit is held during the 2011 SGC International Conference at Washington University St. Louis. Art Saint Louis is proud to be a participating Gallery for the Conference. As part of our participation, we've placed an emphasis on printmaking with 1/3 of the exhibiting artists in Varsity Art showing works in various printmaking methods.

View some of the artworks that will be featured in this exhibit here.

Participating institutions & students for Varsity Art XV 2011:

East Central College

Matt Lawson-Boothby

Amber Muir

Fontbonne University

Andy Brandmeyer

Greenville College

Emily Keefauver

Hayley Sutton

Jefferson College

Ashley A. Antoine

Ashley A. Lucas

Lindenwood University

Gara Lacy

Maryville University St. Louis

Lilli Kayes

Megan Sparks

McKendree University

Renee Middendorf

Allison Schenck

St. Charles Community College

Steve Hackmann

Jon Slade

St. Louis Community College Florissant Valley

Seth Rodgers

Joseph Stemmler

St. Louis Community College Forest Park

Sarah-Marie Land

Sandy Miller

St. Louis Community College Meramec

Lamandris T. Handy

Caitlin Stacy

St. Louis Community College Wildwood

Joan Mette

Dimitri Rainey

Saint Louis University

Joanna Hoge

Charlie Turner

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Hee-Hun Cho

Erich Neitzke

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Lauren Leohner

Nick Martin

Southwestern Illinois College

Charles T. Jones

David Mullis

University of Missouri-Columbia

Catherine Armbrust

Eric Sweet

University of Missouri-St. Louis

Geoffrey Allen

Bryan Spaeth

Washington University in St. Louis

Elizabeth Belen

Daniel Greenberg

Webster University

Justin Bailey

Meredith Cristal

Compônere Gallery: Sunday, 6 March 2011

"Recent Pieces"
Exhibit dates: March 2 ­ March 26, 2011
Artist's Reception: Sunday, March 6, 2­4 p.m.

The works in this joint show by Sim and Stan Gellman focus on people as subject matter, but the two artists approach the subject from very different points of view. Whereas Sim uses oils and oil pastels to capture the forms of male and female models, Stan uses a wide variety of recycled objects, including human teeth, to create whimsical faces.

Exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Gallery Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11-5; Friday & Saturday, 11-9; Sunday, 1-5.

Compônere Gallery "In the Loop"

White Flag Projects: Saturday, 12 March 2011

Karthik Pandian: Elements of Style
March 12 – April 23, 2011
Opening reception Saturday March 12, 7–10 PM
Conversation with the artist, Sunday March 13, 2 PM

What happens when history finds its gaze in the mirror? How does it regard itself? Its figure? Its look? Like the exhalation of a stale gas, this reflection bespeaks a spiritual emptiness that pervades Karthik Pandian's exhibition Elements of Style, at White Flag Projects, St. Louis. The third and final installment of a trilogy of exhibitions that draws on the artist's two-year investigation into the celestial, archaeological and architectural milieu of the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site in Collinsville, Illinois, Elements of Style presents an ensemble of new sculptural, sound, light and wall works that brings this body of research home to the locale Pandian's research began.

Using the rammed earth technique and salvaged mirror pane glass from his 2010 exhibition Before the Sun at Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, Pandian has created a new large-scale sculpture that bisects the gallery diagonally into two triangular halves. Inspired by the persistence of the Japanese folding screen as an icon of chic, generalized spirituality, the sculpture, entitled Cahokia Byōbu, embraces the functional and decorative possibilities of the form, while playing on the subject of landscape and pastiching the artist's own fascination with ancient and modern entanglements.

The two wall works, or Shards, featured in the exhibition are salvaged from the formwork used to create the rammed earth pillars featured in the artist's exhibition Unearth, currently on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Exhibited for the first time at White Flag Projects, the fragments bear the traces of the pillars' varied earthen surface and are incised with the grid that has come to symbolize the archaeological-architectural horizon dividing the trilogy as a whole.

Finally, Pandian has created a new work in the tradition of the son et lumière shows that animate architectural monuments from French châteaux to the Pyramids of Giza on a nightly basis. A program of shifting colored light inspired by the lighting design of the Cahokia Mounds Interpretive Center is synchronized to a field recording of the sunset during the vernal equinox as heard from the apex of Monk's Mound. While the sound and light show represents a significant time- based feature of the project, Elements of Style is Pandian's first exhibition to focus on sculpture and wall works with no moving image component.

Elements of Style will open with a reception Saturday evening March 12, from 7 -10 PM. There will be a public conversation with the artist the following afternoon, Sunday March 13 at 2 PM. The exhibition continues through April 23. Admission to both events as well as regular viewing hours is free of charge.

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

Isolation Room/Gallery Kit: Friday, 11 March 2011

Jay Lizo: Jimma!
March 11 - April 7, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, March 11 6pm-8pm

Jimmy Carter’s poetry book “Always a Reckoning” met with mixed reviews upon its publication. New York Times book reviewer Michiko Kakutani called Carter a "mediocre poet" who writes "well-meaning, dutifully wrought poems that plod from Point A to Point B without ever making a leap into emotional hyperspace, poems that lack not only a distinctive authorial voice, but also anything resembling a psychological or historical subtext." Ouch. The literary critique was a bit like the judgment of the electorate in 1980 then. But we feel Jay Lizo’s portrait of President James Carter is very cool. Indeed it is a celestial looking “Jimma”. This work is pulled from a painting series titled “A Song from My Hero Collection”, which grouped together portraits of people real and fictitious that Lizo has admired. This is the Jimmy who is perhaps best loved for his political afterlife. You know, the Jimmy we got to see after he built “habitat for humanity” houses and spoke up for Middle East peace. That’s what a true hero is A BUILDER (not destroyer). It’s almost like he’s at the strobe lit galactic disco for true heroes. Peace out Jimma!

Isolation Room/Gallery Kit
5723 Dewey Ave. 1st floor
St. Louis, MO 63116

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery: Thursday, 17 March 2011

An Exhibition of Contemporary Letterpress Prints Featuring the Work of National and International Artists at Webster University's Hunt Gallery

IMPRESS(ed), curated by Tom Lang, is an exhibition of contemporary letterpress prints featuring the work of national and international artists. The IMPRESS(ed) Exhibition is part of The Southern Graphics Conference International (SGCI), SGCI runs from March 16-19.

The conference will bring together nearly 2,000 printmakers and 54 exhibitions scheduled during the conference. Washington University is hosting the conference and demonstrations of printmaking concepts and techniques will run for the four days.

Friday, March 17-April 16
Opening reception: Thursday, March 17, from 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. or by appointment

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery
Visual Arts Studio, Webster University
8342 Big Bend Blvd.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Jacoby Arts Center: Friday, 11 March 2011

The Jacoby Arts Center presents Mark Makers, an exhibition of drawing and painting by 18 regional artists, in the JAC Gallery from March 8 through April 10, 2011. An opening reception will be held Fri, March 11, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

The public is invited to attend the reception and visit the gallery during the Mark Makers exhibit both of which are free. 10 Master Draftsmen: from Leonardo to Giacometti, a free slide lecture by Ann Davidson will take place on Wed, March 23, at 7 p.m. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The gallery is closed Sunday and Monday.

Mark Makers will feature drawings and paintings that emphasize the gestural quality of mark making and expressive use of line thereby showing the hand of the artist. Artists included in the exhibit are Peter Ahart, Rebecca Eilering, Louis Giberson, Kathy Comric, Aaron Heil, Richard Hutton, Lauren Leohner, Robert Maguire, Christy O’Brien, Derek Pfeffer, Roxxanne Reed, Kathryn E. Roberts, Kristen Serafini, Jeremy Shipley, Chris Spangler, Daniel Stumeier, Jennifer Toje and Patricia L. Vinyard.

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

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

SLCC Florissant Valley Contemporary Art Gallery: Thursday, 3 March 2011

"Mirror Image: Women and Photography*,"
February 28 ­ March 31, 2011
Reception: Thursday, March 3, 6-8pm

Curated by Janice Nesser

Featuring work by Aunia Kahn, St. Louis; Ana Viviane Minorelli, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Lydia Brockman Chicago; Gina Mazur St. Charles MO; Rebecca Wilson St. Louis; Elva Salinas Denton, Texas; Danielle Rene' Khoury Fort Worth Texas; Christina France. St. Louis; Bonnie MacAllister Philadelphia, PA; Jennifer Weigel, Affton, MO; Sara Levin St. Louis; MissySue Hansen ­ St Clair, MO; Alex B London, UK; Shannon Dougherty ­ St. Louis; Carol Sue Horstman Fenton MO; Barbara Zucker St. Louis; Ludmila Ketslakh, Ann Arbor MI; Darcie Deneal ­ St. Louis; Christine Giancola Florissant MO; Kate Freeman St. Louis MO; Ulla Barr San Clemente CA; Jessica Esfahani, Pacific, MO.

Florissant Valley Contemporary Art Gallery
on the campus of St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley
IR building
3400 Pershall Rd.
St. Louis Mo 63135

Framations: Friday, 11 March 2011

Those Who Dream by Night opens March 11 with Cindy Burkholder

Framations Art Gallery presents "Those Who Dream by Night", a juried exhibit of artwork focusing on themed work. The exhibit will be on display March 11 - April 21, 2011. "Those Who Dream by Night" is a walk-in, juried exhibition referring to work based on dreams, fantasy, and other abstract ideas that distort reality. The theme is also open to interpretation. Opening Reception March 11, 6-8 pm

The exhibit is juried by Brian Smith, currently represented by Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis.

Coinciding with this juried exhibit will be a solo exhibition of mixed media work by Cindy Banes-Burkholder. Cindy has been drawing and creating throughout her life. Art Journaling has been a great medium for Cindy to lay down the colors of her soul daily. This exhibit includes a variety of Mixed Media work, including acrylic, watercolors and pen and ink.

The Opening Reception for these exhibitions will be Friday, March 11, from 6-8pm with awards at 7 pm. Both the reception and the exhibit are free to attend. The exhibits will run through April 21, 2011.

218 North Main Street,
St. Charles, MO 63301

S. Carmody Photography: Friday, 8 April 2011

Blue InnerView: Cyanotype Photographs by Jane Linders

Artist's reception April 8, 2011, 6-9PM during the Maplewood Harp Attack Artswalk. Free event, open to the public. Show runs through May 31, 2011

Linders' images consist of architectural elements which are then printed onto pages of a 1939 Sheet Metal Handbook (acquired on a recent dumpster diving expedition). Cyanotypes, also called "sun prints," are one of the oldest photographic printing processes, dating back to 1842. This inexpensive, simple and permanent process was used for copying architectural plans before the copy machine was invented, hence the name “blue print.” By printing Cyanotypes on up-cycled, vintage handbook pages, Linders explores the connection and blurs the barrier between science, architecture and art.

Photos include images of local St. Louis architecture (Compton Hill Water Tower), France (Eiffel Tower) and many destinations in-between. Linders enjoys the vivid blue color, the simplicity, the "hands-on" aspect of the cyanotype process as well as the unique texture and character of the papers it is printed on. Nonetheless, she regards the technique as a tool, not a goal.

Sarah Carmody
S. Carmody Photography
2707 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood MO 63143

GYA Gallery: : Friday, 25 March 2011

March 1st-31st : Artist Portrait Series- A photo-documentary of prominent black artists such as Elizabeth Catlett, Jacob Lawrence and Romare Bearden by artist Fern Logan.

There is a closing reception for this event on March 25th from 6-9 pm

GYA Gallery
2700 Locust
St. Louis MO