This is the biggest show/sale Mary Engelbreit has had of her Original artwork! Her beautiful artwork is drawn for a specific item, being it a card, calendar, cookie tin,etc. So this is an unusual opportunity!
Three collages by resident artist, MaryJo Clark, will be part of the Circles/Squares... Exhibition at Soulard Art Gallery. The Exhibit runs from August 18 - September 22, 2017 at the gallery located at 2028 S. 12th St. in the Soulard neighborhood of St. Louis.
Art of Mary Martin
In this exhibit, St. Louis artist Mary Martin brings to life the lyrics of the traditional hymn, How Can I Keep from Singing? in colorful collages and mixed media paintings. The images and lyrics proclaim that despite the trials and tribulations of this life we can keep and unshakable calm in our hearts and a song on our lips when we cling to the Rock who is Lord of heaven and earth.
Exhibit Date: September 9-30, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday September 9, 2017 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Exhibit Hours: Weds-Thurs: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Fri: 2:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Sat: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
At: Good Shepherd Gallery
252 S. Florissant Rd.
Ferguson, MO 63135
A Thanksgiving painting. McMichael finished this painting early, early this Thanksgiving morning. When his significant other saw it, she named it “The Collection”. She said it was a metaphor for all our lives. As we go through life, we collect things, some good, some challenges, some joyous, some sad, and like these rocks some times are smooth and some are rough, It is this collection of life’s experiences that make us what we are this Thanksgiving. Painting by Garry McMichael -
12 x 36 - Acrylic on Canvas
Our own artists - Henryk Ptasiewicz, Deanna Nash and Joyce Yarbrough have paintings at the Dog Museum, 1721 S. Mason Rd, St. Louis MO 63131 in Queeny Park. Pictured below is the portrait of Kirby with acrylic painting by Henryk Ptasiewicz and the dog he portrayed. Also, Deanna Nash's pastel portrait of Otis and his owner. Exhibition will be on display until February 19, 2017.
MaryJo Clark’s pastel painting, Stacked Up, has been accepted in the juried exhibit, Art St. Louis XXXII, The Exhibition. The show opens with a reception on Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 6:00-8:30 pm at the Art St. Louis Gallery located at 1223 Pine St., St. Louis, MO 63103.
Art St. Louis XXXII, The Exhibition is the 32nd annual all media, all themes, all styles, all techniques juried exhibition of Art St. Louis. This year, 139 regional artists submitted 577 artworks in all media from which 54 artworks by 51 artists were selected for the final exhibit, including MaryJo Clark’s pastel painting.
To develop the concept for each painting, Bradley read the libretto to learn the story of each opera. Each artwork is
a storytelling of the action of the opera in a single composition. It is so interesting to see what Bradley chose to use to represent the whole opera in a single painting! The watercolors are held together by using a linear design quality and juxtaposing the intensity of color. The opera painting below is La Rondine.
Greg Matchick has a solo exhibit of his nature and landscape photographs of Missouri on display during the month of May 2016 in the main lobby of the Metropolitan Building. The lobby and art wall are open to the public and there is no admission to access the exhibit.
On exhibit are ten 20" x 30" canvas photographs that showcase the natural beauty of Missouri, primarily of the Missouri Ozarks including the St. Francois Mountain and Ozark Scenic Riverways regions.
The Metropolitan Square Building is located at One Metropolitan Square at the corners of N. Broadway, Pine Street, Olive Street and N. Sixth Street in the heart of downtown St. Louis, MO.
A new "Poet" in Kyle's series about a singer/songwriter and his trusty bottle of bourbon. 18x24 inch watercolor. For sale at the Green Door Gallery in Webster. #watercolor #guitar #blues #thePoet
Vic Mastis Owner of Green Door art gallery.