The St. Louis Artists’ Guild presents, What’s Your GPS? opening September 15 and running through October 11, 2017. The GPS or Global Positioning System can instantly pinpoint your location and lead you to a destination. This national juried exhibition explores the transformative relationship between individual identity and a physical space, geographic location, or inhabitance. Exhibiting artists conceptualize how topographical characteristics evoke a sense of place through photographic prints, hand-crafted fiber art, photorealistic oil and watercolor paintings, digital collage, screenprints, glass sculptures, and installations. Cash prizes totaling $1000 will be awarded by Professor Laura Strand, head of Textile Arts at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville during the Artists’ and Awards Reception on September 15, 2017 from 5 to 8 pm. As an extension of the What’s Your GPS?, STLAG announces the selected artists and solo shows in the Curated Gallery: Meredith Foster, Lighting Fires, Live Edge; Caroline Philippone, Jeju Island in Summer; Melissa Whiteman, Storm Gallery. What’s Your GPS? will conclude with a Closing Reception Gallery Talk with the Curated Gallery artists on October 11, 2017 at 7 pm.

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Selected Artists

Deb Akin, Randall Allen, Betsy Bannan, Douglas Bloom, Bruce Boyles, Sara Slee Brown, Karen Cohen, Carla Duncan, Jonathan Fisher, Judy Gartland, Kelly Gordon, Celine Hartwig, Jennie Hible, Andrew Leicht, Jonathan Meany, Elizabeth M. Moore, Janice Schoultz Mudd, Judith Repke, Bob Rickert, Amy Firestone Rosen, John Salozzo, Marceline Saphian, Jennifer Sarti, Jim Trotter, Joyce Trotter, Russell Vanecek, Janene Whitesell, Peggy Wyman


Curated Gallery

Meredith Foster, Lighting Fires, Living Edge

Caroline Philippone, Jeju Island in Summer

Melissa Whiteman, Storm Gallery

Exhibition Programming


September 15, 2017; 5 - 8 pm

Artists’ and Awards Reception


September 23, 2017; 2 - 3 pm

Author Amanda Doyle presents 100 Things To Do in St. Louis Before You Die 2nd Edition, with a free interactive family activity

September 27, 2017; 7 pm

Gallery Talk with What's Your GPS? Artists


October 7, 2017; 10 am - 5 pm

Open Studios Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Suzy Farren, Textile Artist | Morris Fletcher, Painter | Sandra Kolde, Textile Artist | Erica Popp, Printmaker | Bryan Robertson, Painter | Joanne Stremsterfer, Printmaker |  Timothy Wagner, Multi-Media Artist | Ping Yan, Chinese Brush Painter


October 7, 2017; 12 - 2 pm

Free Family First Saturday with guest artist Timothy Wagner


October 11, 2017; 7 pm  

Gallery Talk and Closing Reception with Curated Gallery artists

The St. Louis Artists' Guild inspires art experiences through extraordinary exhibitions, interactive art education, outreach to diverse audiences, and by fostering creativity throughout the community. St. Louis Artists' Guild exhibitions are funded in part by the Regional Arts Commission St. Louis, Missouri Arts Council, the Arts and Education Council and the St. Louis Artists' Guild members and patrons.


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