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Commissioned in 1970 by the St. Louis Art Museum, James Marchael’s original exhibit captured the character of St. Louis’ architecture. "Revisiting" is an exhibition of Marchael’s black and white photography along with a selection of current images depicting both continuity and change in St. Louis' architectural heritage.
The other day I had the treat to see William Shearburn's new gallery located on the first level of the Dorchester at 665 S. Skinker. Philip Durham of Studio Durham designed the new space. It is gorgeous with views of Forest Park. See more on Studio Durham's site: HERE. Check out William Shearburn Gallery's site: HERE
An annual art sensation, voted Best Arts Fundraiser by the Riverfront Times!
When: Saturday, February 8th, 2014, 7pm to 11pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
$30 General Admission, $50 VIP (includes beer + wine)
Photo by JJ Lane – Be Lovely Photography
Wall Ball is one of the most anticipated art and social events of the year. In a unique silent auction format, Wall Ball showcases the live creative process of top established and emerging artists in St. Louis while patrons compete to secure these unique, original artworks. This lively party is attended by over 500 art enthusiasts, collectors and admirers every year.
Photo by JJ Lane – Be Lovely Photography
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An exhibit of sculpture by the very awesome Howard Jones His work involves uniquely paired everyday objects that are masterly crafted and seamless... Opens Friday, January 10, 6-10pm Family Day Saturday, January 18, 11a - 4pm Artist Talk Wednesday, January 22, 7pm Show closes January 25, at 4pm Statement, Howard Jones. "It has been everyday objects that interest me, objects common in their description only because they have been refined over time and served so nobly. I know these objects well, and have used many of them as first intended. I imagine a use for them in keeping with their original purpose, yet more specifi
Gallery Phone: 314-497-5202 Address: 4915 Macklind Ave, St. Louis, MO 63109 (S. of Chippewa, at Neosho) Hours: Wed, Fri & Sat 11-4pm (or by appointment) *** please call before you visit
I was thrilled to see Louisiana, MO Pike County artist, Josh Cote, exhibiting at the Shaw Art Fair. I bought one of his crows from the farmhouse in Pike County. Check out the super cool building that I had listed which he purchased: HERE
Alicia LaChance was featured in the book, New American Artist. Congratulations! One of her important pieced pictured in the book is currently at The Houska Gallery in the CWE. Click HERE to see the painting that I bought!
Wall Ball was last night and as always it was a huge success and a fun party. This is the first year that I was not the highest bidder on a piece of art. I bid on some art, though really just to drive up the prices. I have too much art already.
The other day I took these photos of a sculpture by Ruth Schweiss that sits outside of a Bernoudy-designed home. This work of reminds me of the Carl Milles sculptures in the Meeting of the Waters near Union Station.
A couple Fridays ago I ventured down to Cherokee Street for Art Dimensions which takes place the first Friday of each month. Very cool! Bands, art, performances and hipsters! This model was sitting for some artist.
Local....though internationally aclaimed artist, Gary Passanise, will be having an open of his new show this Friday, October 19th from 5-9 PM. The Opening is at Bruno David Gallery, 3721 Washinton Ave in Grand Center. I will be there!