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Melancholia, an all girl exhibit at Cranky Yellow

Melancholia is an all girl group show curated by Cate Anevski. Cate (and a few volunteers) have hand selected work by some of the most stunning female artists working today. The exhibition is a dreary mix of classical oddities, soft curiosities, and snowy circus dream-scapes.



This beautiful collection of work will open on December 6th in conjunction with the Wounded Bird Vintage Clothing Store (located inside of Cranky Yellow). The work will be on display through the end of February… Continue

Added by Jane Linders on November 29, 2008 at 2:25pm — No Comments

Poetry Scores Art Invitational



T. Renner, "Study for 'Nailed Seraphim: Mortice caught on fire,'" 2008, gouache on paper, 4" x 6".



The invitation:

The poem "Nailed Seraphim" by K. Curtis Lyle is the subject of the 2008 Poetry Scores Art Invitational, to be held Friday, November 21 at Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, 3100 Sutton Blvd. in Maplewood, Mo. We would like to invite you to participate in the show. A copy of "Nailed Seraphim" is available on the poet’s blog by clicking…
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Added by Tony Renner on November 12, 2008 at 10:24am — No Comments

New artwork

I have added some other new artwork at myspace.com/merlottidesigns as well, so check it out!
Barbara

Added by Barbara Merlotti on November 11, 2008 at 4:19pm — 1 Comment

Why Do You Do What You Do Exhibit

Why Do You Do What You Do ? exhibit

I am pleased to announce one of my photos has been accepted to be exhibited at the upcoming WDYDWYD? exhibit on the campus of UCLA. An image I captured at the Burningman festival in 2008 will be exhibited at this event.

WDYDWYD? Exhibition.

December 3 –7, 2008

Freud Theater

UCLA



Answer “why do you do what you do?” using text and imagery in a creative way.



UCLA Live is collaborating with artist Toney Defill to… Continue

Added by Jane Linders on November 5, 2008 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Holga Polka

Holga Polka Invitational Captures St. Louis



-Forty-two local artists use a cheap, plastic camera for stunning results-



ST. LOUIS (October 31, 2008): In this age of digital photography, forty-two local artists have taken the Holga challenge. Forget about using expensive, technology-laden cameras. The Holga, categorized as a toy camera because it is made of plastic, doesn’t have any bells and whistles. Yet, the Holga has a loyal following dedicated to its signature style of… Continue

Added by Jane Linders on November 5, 2008 at 7:04pm — No Comments

The Last Minute Maul

The Last Minute Maul at the KOKEN ART FACTORY is your last opportunity to purchase

handcrafted

items by the St. Louis area's best artists before the holiday. Gift

hunters can peruse through our 40+ vendor booths whilst enjoying a

glass of hot mulled wine and a home made baked goodie. We'll even

have beer for those hardcore holiday shoppers.



You will find everything from photography, paintings, jewelry,

glass,

fiber, and mixed media items. We've got… Continue

Added by Jane Linders on November 5, 2008 at 7:04pm — No Comments

Big A$$ Indie Art and Craft Show

Mad Art Gallery presents the Big Ass Indie Art and Craft Show, your alternative to the alternative holiday craft shows. The STL Craft Mafia will be helping organize and plan this alternative art & craft extravaganza with Mad Art Gallery.



This show offers three days of shopping (December 5, 6, 7) in St. Louis' most spectacular and well-known venue for art exhibitions and unique events. Our show focuses on presenting original art and hand-made crafts of the highest quality. Expect… Continue

Added by Jane Linders on November 5, 2008 at 7:02pm — No Comments

Staying Focused on What You Love

This has been something that has been on my mind for a while. I see a lot of sites where the artists are losing focus and being dragged here and there artistically. You can see it in a lot of portfolios. Their style changes dramatically or the types of images focused on changes dramatically. I am not saying this is "bad" but I think we should always remember what it was we were trying to express when we first decided to be artists. That is, if we want to become masters of our own… Continue

Added by Anna Marie Jenkins on September 29, 2008 at 12:21am — 1 Comment

looking for short poems

Looking for original short erotic poems to publish as part of illustrated series of prints.. Hope to produce about 10 prints - mixed media - silk screen; etchings and woodcuts. planning an edition of about 10 to 12 with about 3 artist's proofs.

Added by john Schnellmann on August 21, 2008 at 2:09pm — No Comments

"Immediate Touch" drawing class at SLAM

I just finished my first studio class, in a series of 5 called ""Drawing: The Immediate Touch," at the St. Louis Art Museum, and it was excellent.



It's cool to take a class that not only introduces you to work you haven't seen before but also forces you to paint in styles and with techniques with which you're unfamiliar.



According to the SLAM web site, the class "will challenge your notion of drawing. Its inspiration comes from the Art Museum's featured exhibition The… Continue

Added by Tony Renner on July 19, 2008 at 12:26am — No Comments

Visit My Blog

I maintain a blog at: http://www.artisticmission.blogspot.com Feel free to visit there to find out what's going on in my little world.

Added by Dan Jaboor on July 10, 2008 at 1:30pm — No Comments

What & where sells?

I'm curious what people's experience is regarding what sells vs what doesn't & where it sells best vs otherwise. Anyone care to share their experiences? I'm sure all would benefit from this type of discussion.
Dave

Added by Coblitz Creative Concepts, LLC on June 26, 2008 at 11:56pm — 1 Comment

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