Off-Site Exhibitions

Art @ Des Peres Hospital

Through the vision and support of Des Peres Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, Art Saint Louis is pleased to join with the The Best of Missouri Hands, Foundry Art Centre,  and St. Louis Artists' Guild in presenting one of the largest collections of original, locally-made art in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

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Tranquility at Barnes-Jewish Hospital

Tranquility is a new art exhibition presented by Art Saint Louis, in partnership with Barnes-Jewish Hospital. This is the third and final exhibit in a series of exhibitions bringing visual arts to the South Lobby of Barnes-Jewish Hospital. The exhibit features artworks that evoke ideas of serenity, peace, stillness, resolve, or contentment. This new exhibition was preceded at Barnes-Jewish Hospital by two exhibitions titled Picture of Health, and Joy.

Tranquility June 17-October 12, 2015 • FREE • open 24 hours  Barnes-Jewish Hospital, South Lobby


Tranquility features original artworks by 16 St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois. The wide range of styles and expressions aims to create an aesthetically rich, uplifting experience for patients, families and caregivers, enlivening and elevating the emotional and intellectual atmosphere.
 

Barnes-Jewish Hospital is located in St. Louis, Missouri, one block north of the I-64/US40 and Kingshighway Boulevard intersection. One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63110.

Please note that this exhibit will close two days earlier than previously scheduled (and publicized/advertised): October 12, 2015. We apologize for any inconvenience.


Many of the artworks are available for purchase. For more information or to purchase an artwork from the exhibition, contact Art Saint Louis: 314/241-4810 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The 16 St. Louis regional artists whose works are featured in Tranquility are:
 

Michael Albers, Wildwood, MO
Carolyn Brown, St. Louis, MO
MaryJo Clark, St. Louis, MO
Nicole Cooper, Richmond Heights, MO

Ryan Duffy, Ballwin, MO
Dushanthi Herath, Chesterfield, MO

Linda Wiggen Kraft, University City, MO
Kyle Lucks, Clayton, MO

 

David McWhirter, Belleville, IL

Elizabeth Morningstar, Chesterfield, MO

Bob Rickert, Chesterfield, MO

Jennifer Sarti, St. Louis, MO

Barbie Steps, Richmond Heights, MO

Linda S. Wilmes, Wentzville, MO

Ping Yan, St. Louis, MO

Susan Zimmerman, Kirkwood, MO

 


The 16 artworks featured in Tranquility:

Michael Albers, Wildwood, MO. "Italy." 2012. Photograph, 24”x16”. $400.

Carolyn Brown, St. Louis, MO. "Enchanted Sunset." 2015. Charcoal, Pastel on Paper, 18”x24”. $85.

MaryJo Clark, St. Louis, MO. "Gateway." 2015. Mixed Media Collage, 17”x15”. $160.

Nicole Cooper, Richmond Heights, MO. "Unwind." 2014. Ink on Paper, 18”x14”. $150.

 Ryan Duffy, Ballwin, MO. "Aaron." 2014. Photograph, 21”x17”. $200.

Dushanthi Herath, Chesterfield, MO. "Parading Elephants." 2015. Acrylic on Canvas, 18”x22”. $40.

Linda Wiggen Kraft, University City, MO. "Poppy Mandala." 2012. Photograph, 24”x24”. $700.

Kyle Lucks, Clayton, MO. "Glowing Child." 2013. Watercolor on Paper, 18”x24”. $650.

David McWhirter, Belleville, IL. "Young Fern." 2015. Photograph, 20”x24”. $280.

Elizabeth Morningstar, Chesterfield, MO. "Clay Hands." 2012. Photograph, 19”x23”. $200.

Bob Rickert, Chesterfeld, MO. "Yellowstone Timber Number 4." 2015. Digital Photograph, 29”x25”. $350.

Jennifer Sarti, St. Louis, MO. "Tree of Life." 2014. Digital Art, 16”x20”. $140	.

Barbie Steps, Richmond Heights, MO. "Weddell Seal (Antarctica)." 2015. Digital Photograph, 20”x27”. $250.

Linda S. Wilmes, Wentzville, MO. "Close Up." 2014. Watercolor on Paper, 28”x22”. $375.

Ping Yan, St. Louis, MO. "Magnolia." 2013. Chinese Painting, 27”x23”. $850.

Susan Zimmerman, Kirkwood, MO. "Ceramic Abstract." 2012. Photograph, 18”x24”. $250.

JOY at Barnes-Jewish Hospital

Joy is an exuberant new art exhibition presented by Art Saint Louis, in partnership with Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Joy is the second of three exhibitions bringing visual arts to the South Lobby of Barnes-Jewish Hospital. The exhibit features artworks that embody, illustrate, and evoke joy, happiness and vitality. This new exhibition was preceded at Barnes-Jewish Hospital by an exhibition titled Picture of Health.

Joy Through June 11, 2015 • FREE • open 24 hours  Barnes-Jewish Hospital, South Lobby

Graphic design by Kathy Duffin

Joy features original artworks by 16 St. Louis regional artists. The wide range of styles and expressions aims to create an aesthetically rich, uplifting experience for patients, families and caregivers, enlivening and elevating the emotional and intellectual atmosphere.
 

Jurors for Joy were Sarah Colby, artist and Arts + Healthcare Program Coordinator of The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and Jennifer Arvin, Director of Communications & Marketing for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
 

Barnes-Jewish Hospital is located in St. Louis, Missouri, one block north of the I-64/US40 and Kingshighway Boulevard intersection. One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63110.


Many of the artworks are available for purchase. For more information or to purchase an artwork from the exhibition, contact Art Saint Louis: 314/241-4810 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The 16 St. Louis regional artists whose works are featured in Joy are:
 

Michael Albers, Wildwood, MO
Muhammad Alhawagri, St. Louis, MO
Ann Aurbach, University City, MO
Paul Breuer, St. Louis, MO
Lisa Crisman, Maryland Heights, MO
Melissa Rohr Gindling, Manchester, MO
Lani Kohoutek-Miller, Florissant, MO
Marina Movshina, Olivette, MO

Alex Paradowski, St. Louis, MO
Melelani Perry, Maplewood, MO
Roxanne Phillips, St. Louis, MO
Jill Reichardt, St. Louis, MO
Laura Pelick Siadak, O'Fallon, MO
Suzanne Thompson, Ste. Genevieve, MO
Terry Vermillion, Fenton, MO
Joy Lalita Wade, University City, MO

 


Artworks featured in Joy:

Michael Albers. "Twin Dragons." 2012. Photography. 36"x14". $500.

Muhammad Alhawagri. "Untitled." 2013. Photograph, Giclee Print on Paper. 24"x36". $350.

Ann Aurbach. "STL Love." 2014. Digital Photographic Print, 16"x20". SOLD.

Paul Breuer. "Specs Arabesque II." 2013. Mixed Media on Paper. 28"x40". $300.

Lisa Crisman. "Jump N Jive Red." 2014. Ink on Paper. 11"x14". $285.

Melissa Rohr Gindling. "Octopus & Yo-Yos." 2012. Watercolor, Ink on Paper. 11"x13". $65.

Lani Kohoutek-Miller. "Chinese Landscape." 2014. Oil on Paper. 21.5"x17.5". $750.

Marina Movshina. "Carnival Night." 2011. Oil on Panel. 20"x24". $790.

Alex Paradowski. "Pinwheels & Skyboxes." 2014. Paper, Digital Output, Varnished Thread. 21.5"x17". $600.

Melelani Perry. "Happy." 2014. Mixed Media. 20"x16". $125.

Roxanne Phillips. "Carousel." 2012. Reductive Relief Print on Paper. 15"x15". $600.

Jill Reichardt. "Jump for Joy." 2013. Photograph. 13"x19". $250.

Laura Pelick Siadak. "Wish I May." 2013. Watercolor on Paper. 14"x14". $400.

Suzanne Thompson. "Hallelujah!" 2011. Fiber. 29"x28". $375.

Terry Vermillion. "Jazz Band." 2014. Acrylic, Collage on Canvas. 13"x13". $150.

Joy Lalita Wade. "Woman on a Swing." 2014. Acrylic. 20"x30". $1,500.

Picture of Health

Picture of Health is the theme of the first of three exhibitions bringing a sampling of diverse visual arts to the South Lobby of Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Picture of Health features artworks that embody, illustrate, or otherwise express concepts of physical, spiritual and mental well-being, addressing the question, “What is your picture of health?”

EXTENDED Through Nov. 5, 2014 • FREE • open 24 hours  Barnes-Jewish Hospital, South Lobby

Graphic design by Emily Amberger

Picture of Health features original artworks by 16 St. Louis regional artists. The wide range of styles and expressions aims to create an aesthetically rich, uplifting experience for patients, families and staff caregivers, enlivening and elevating the emotional and intellectual atmosphere.
 

Jurors for Picture of Health were nationally exhibited artist Bunny Burson; Sarah Colby, artist and Arts + Healthcare Program Coordinator, The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital; and Jennifer Arvin, Director of Communications & Marketing, Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
 

Barnes-Jewish Hospital is located in St. Louis, Missouri, one block north of the I-64/US40 and Kingshighway Boulevard intersection. One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63110.


Many of the artworks are available for purchase. For more information, contact Art Saint Louis: 314/241-4810 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The 16 St. Louis regional artists whose work is featured in Picture of Health are:
 

Dion Dion, Ballwin, MO
Wm. Daniel File, Manchester, MO
Morris E. Fletcher, Kirkwood, MO
Lynne Green, St. Louis, MO
Vicki Hefty, Wildwood, MO
Ann Homann, St. Louis, MO
Ginny Lee, Springfield, IL
Margaret Nicholson, Maryland Heights, MO

Alex Paradowski, St. Louis, MO
Adrienne Patel, St. Louis, MO
Tamara Peeples, St. Peters, MO
Annie Scheumbauer, St. Louis, MO
Sydnor Scholer, St. Louis, MO
Barbie Steps, Richmond Heights, MO
Ron Vivod, Collinsville, IL
Joy Lalita Wade, University City, MO

 


Artwork featured in Picture of Health:

Dion Dion. "Botanical: Pansy Forest Redbud." 2013. Oil on Canvas, 36"x24". $1,000.

Wm. Daniel File. "Family." 2014. Digital Photograph, Archival Glclée Print, 23"x26". $450.

Morris E. Fletcher. "Appalachian Stream." 2013. Oil on Canvas, 24"x20". $400.

 

Lynne Green. "Child's Play." 2012. Photograph. 16"x20". $75.

 

 

Vicki Hefty. "Reading." 2012. Oil on Canvas, 30"x30". $1,000.

 

Ann Homann. "Aubade from Morning Missed Series No. 3." 2012. Oil on Canvas, 36" x 36". Not for sale.

Ginny Lee. "Aicha." 2013. Photograph, 20"x20". $250.

Margaret Nicholson. "An Apple a Day." Photograph, 16"x20". Not for sale.

Alex Paradowski. "Good Overcomes." 2014. Mixed Media, 25"x25". $1,500.

Adrienne J. Patel. "The Butterfly Artist." Gouache, Watercolor, Acrylic on Paper. 30"x40". $900.

Tamara Peeples. "Allergens at Large." 2011. Acrylic & Ink, 18"x18". $325.

Annie Scheumbauer. "Zinnias in a Yellow Pitcher." 2013. Prismacolor Pencil on Caslon Paper, 26"x32". $1,100.

 

Sydnor Scholer. "Untitled." 2013. Watercolor, Graphite, Colored Pencil on Paper. 20"x16". Not for Sale.

Barbie Steps. "Jumping Into India." 2013. Digital Photograph. 20.5"x27". $250.

 

Ron Vivod. "Golden Trio." 2013. Photo Digital Drawing. 23"x28". $250.

 

 

Joy Lalita Wade. "Magnolia's Garden." 2012. Mixed Media, 24"x34". $2,200.

Metro - Arts in Transit

Art Saint Louis is pleased to partner with St. Louis Metro in presenting dynamic exhibitions of visual art by St. Louis regional artists. Arts in Transit/Metro is located at 707 N. 1st Street, in downtown St. Louis. Arts in Transit is not open to the general public.

 


Watercolor paintings by Kathy Czopek are currently on exhibit at Arts in Transit through November 7.

 

 
January 17-April 18, 2014: Erica Popp, photography/printmaking.

April 18-August 1, 2014: Judith Repke, painting.

August 1-November 7, 2014: Kathy Czopek, watercolor.


This Art Saint Louis exhibition opportunity is exclusively available to our member artists. Not a member artist? Click here to join and enjoy great benefits!

The Laurel Apartments

Art Saint Louis is pleased to partner with The Laurel Apartments in presenting dynamic exhibitions of visual art by St. Louis regional artists. The Laurel Apartments are located at 622 North Seventh Street, St. Louis, MO. Exhibit viewing by appointment only. Phone 314/231-0400.


Six watercolors by Muriel Eulich are currently presented at The Laurel Apartments.

 

This painting by Zack Smithey is currently presented at The Laurel Apartments.


January-end December 2013: Muriel Eulich, watercolors; Zack Smithey, media painting.


This Art Saint Louis exhibition opportunity is exclusively available to our member artists. Not a member artist? Click here to join and enjoy great benefits!

 

Pop-Up STL

Welcome to PopUpSTL.com, home of downtown St. Louis' pop-up art program! Art Saint Louis is pleased to produce this program with the help of our partners at U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation and the Downtown Community Improvement District. We hope you enjoy some unexpected introductions to the art and artists of our region!

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