Glenda Hares: “Color Play”
New, Original, Paintings & Collages
Painting is a journey without a map. The longer I paint the more eager I am to explore the side roads and wandering paths, following wherever color leads me. It’s become truly about the process – endlessly intriguing and full of surprises. I have reached a point in my life where I can fearlessly destroy what I have done and do it all over and then over again. What ever the destination, it is all about color. Painting for me starts and ends with the exploration of color.
show runs through June 30th
Saturday, May 6th: 12 – 4
Sip & Shop: Jewelry Trunk Show – One Day Only
Creative & Unique Jewelry, Hand Made By St. Louis Artisans.
Have a glass of wine with your favorite local jewelry designer!
Abby Keough – is a St. Louis based jewelry artist, She has been creating unique necklaces, bracelets, and earrings for over ten years and continues to be aware of the constant changes in fashion trends. Using a variety of materials including pearls, semi-precious gemstones, crystals, glass, and numerous metals, she seeks to design jewelry that will enhance any outfit.
Forai Jewelry & Accessories – a nonprofit, fashioning a better life for refugees and immigrants in St Louis by teaching them to produce high quality jewelry and accessories.
Mary Kay Cosmetics – Sparkling New Looks for the Summer!
Sandy Haynes: “St. Louis And Beyond”
My mission is to present my personal vision of the world around me with paint and canvas. I attempt to find beauty in the commonplace by demonstrating the power of light on a subject.
I strive to give a fresh looseness to my paintings by using an economy of brushstrokes to have my image read as 3-dimensional. I find light and shadow to be exciting and constantly changing and worthy of translating to artistic form. I love using unexpected color and experimenting with different color combinations on the painting. I really love putting my work into the world for others to see. My mission is to let my passion come through in the finished painting.
Classic Cars & Fabulous Flowers Photography Show
Show Runs Through March 31
Two local St. Louis artists, Michael Rubin and Charles Dana, share the gallery with their respective photographic specialty just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Michael Rubin & Charles Dana
Photographs are available in a wide range of sizes and prices.
Charles Dana has an amazing photographic collection of flowers and plants with incredibly detailed close-ups and radiant colors. Dependent upon the subject, his images may exhibit sharpness or a touch of softness, be dark and somber with mood or be singing with washes of color and light.
Michael Rubin has been photographing the finer points of automobiles for more than thirty years. Rubin is a lifelong admirer of the artistic aspects of automobiles many of which are found outside, where dust is part of life. Rubin takes the viewer to very specific details, at times disguising the fact that what one is looking at is part of an automobile.
small art for tight spaces & holiday budgets
People’s Choice Award Winner:
Meet over 20 Artists on Opening Night participating in this year’s show, bringing a fresh mix of unique styles and techniques. Artwork is restricted by size only, the subject does not need to be holiday themed. Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine while you meet and talk with the artists.
Most art is framed and ready to be hung on your wall. The gallery will offer 20% OFF framing any art from the show.
Acrylics, Oils, Pastels, Still Lifes, Ceramics, Jewelry, Expressionist, Watercolors, Figurative, Photography, Spiritual, Landscapes, Pottery, Graphite, Abstracts and more.
The show runs through January 23.
New Acrylic Paintings & Collages, Landscapes, Florals & Still Lifes
Opening Night Artist Reception