IN Invite for Artists
Intersecting Narratives is an exhibit of stories that have been shared and have yet to be told. These works by a diverse group of emerging Saint Louis artists forecasts a mixture of hope and unease that is reflective of contemporary culture. Each artists personal experiences and ideas resonate with a collective sense of memory.
Sarah Paulsen’s, Brigham Dimick’s and David Dolak’s paintings include layered forms that reflect a compelling and distorted sense of space with themes of family. Energy appears to tingle and radiate from Myles Keough’s “landscapes”. Highly saturated colors surround iconic industrial machinery in Jason Bly’s work. And Travis Russell’s inventive art is a mix of painting, printmaking, sculpture and installation.
Intersecting Narratives brings together the artistic styles of the past, the art of the streets and the flurry of energy found in popular media – online, in magazines and TV. This mashed up set of layers is not just a pastiche of forms for their own sake. Each artist moves beyond irony and acknowledges a collision of feelings and multiple approaches to the use of traditional forms. Their thoughtful narratives are carefully rendered, considered and intersect both individually and collectively to form this exciting exhibition. Brian Smith
New Paintings by Robert Treece & Myles Keough
The Vino Gallery
4701 McPherson Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63108
Friday, August 5th, 6pm-9pm
Viewing through September 3rd
The Grocery List
A group show featuring : David Langley, Myles Keough,
Angela Perry, Daniel Gaeng & Jenn Carter
June 10, 2011 – July 9, 2011
Friday, June 10, 2011
@Aisle 1 Gallery 2627 Cherokee st. Saint Louis MO
DJ Chilly C will be in the house!
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@Labeebee’s Middle Eastern Cafe
2609 Cherokee St. Saint Louis MO
A solo exhibition featuring 10 new works by Myles Keough at Cherokees newest café Labeebee’s. The exhibit will open March 18th, 2011 at 7 pm.
Come down and enjoy a night of good food, drinks, music and of course art.
Check out http://labeebees.com/
Also that night on Cherokee st. will be some great art exhibitions including but not limited to
FRESH will exhibit during the Southern Graphics Conference in St. Louis during March of 2011. It will be held at ArtD Gallery & Studios @ 2720. There will be a juried exhibition, a gallery of prints from a print exchange, live printing and music.
Aisle 1 Gallery
Located at 2627 Cherokee Street. The newest gallery on the block.
Our first exhibition will be :
Show me your Tax Bracket
March 18th, 2011 7-11pm
Reception: 7-11p, March 18
On View: March 17-20
Location: Gallery AM – Art Monster, 2617 Cherokee St. A large-scale stencil mural will be sprayed on Cherokee Street, featuring stencil from show participants.
Pulsating. Hypnotic. Electrifying. Wall Ball is arguably one of St. Louis’ most notorious annual events, engaging an eclectic mix of artists, patrons and admirers.
In its eighth year, The Saint Louis City Open Studio and Gallery (SCOSAG) is making Wall Ball bigger and better! A silent auction this year will feature MORE THAN SEVENTY local St. Louis artists workingLIVE on pieces of artwork that guests bid on throughout the evening’s festivities. Now on two floors, the event will feature SIX DJS, savory appetizers by L’Ecole Culinaire, satiating cocktails, a delicious cookie raffle, a dazzling silent auction, live art, the amazing Bubble Bus, and an exceptional time!
Auction and admission proceeds directly benefit the Saint Louis City Open Studio and Gallery. It is the mission of the Saint Louis City Open Studio and Gallery to provide a safe and educational environment for childre to explore the Arts and also to strengthen ties within the St. Louis neighborhood, its families, and its youth.
Go to www.scosag.org for more information or call Rachel McCalla at 314-210-7764.