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This not-for-profit art organization offers exhibitions, classes, workshops and seminars in the visual arts. Gallery artwork is available for purchase. Continuing exhibits of work by area artists on display. Call to verify hours of operation.
Focused on regional art, Art Saint Louis is a visual arts organization that creates exhibition, growth and support for emgerging and establised contemporary artists. Showcasing multi-media, we feature a free to the public street access art gallery with six-eight juried and curated annual exhibtions in our main gallery, plus a sales gallery featuring small original works.
Founded in 1961 to encourage artistic awareness, participation, and expression, the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri features three distinct visual arts galleries.
The Jean A. Chapman Gallery features works by the Visual Arts Cooperative, of more than 48 artists.
Gallery 100 and Lorimier Gallery feature works by other local talent.
The Arts Council, along with other downtown galleries, hosts the First Friday Opening Reception on the first Friday of each month, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Wine, soft drinks and refreshments are available. These events showcase artwork in Cape Girardeau and offer guests a chance to talk with the artists.
We feature the Sleepy Hollow Art Gallery, with art in various media, as well as a bookstore with rare, unusual and antiquarian books.
Cherry's is a fine art gallery representing such great artists as Andy Thomas, Lowell Davis, Bob Tommey, and Jerry Ellis, to name a few. Dealing in original works of art of all mediums; we also carry Historic Carthage prints and note cards.
Known throughout the state for its display of fine art, the Columbia Art League shows six exhibitions each year, displaying work by professional, non-professional and nationally acclaimed artists. Artworks in a variety of mediums are available for purchase in the sales gallery. Columbia Art League also hosts the annual Art In The Park Festival.
We carry antique furniture and art; new art; handcrafted bags and home accessories; jewelry; bath and body products; and some fair trade products. Visit us at our awesome new little shop in historic downtown Parkville. Art, antiques and gifts: from our heart to your home!
A contemporary gallery displaying original, handmade works by more than 90 artists. The art includes: glass; two dimensional oils and acrylics; ceramics; wood; and metal. Once a year we exhibit outdoor sculptures on the green.
The Foundry features a Smithsonian-caliber art gallery, hosting national, juried exhibitions. There are 20 working art studios, where visitors watch the creative process and buy art directly from the artists.
The not-for-profit art centre provides community meeting rooms, event space and a children's art gallery. For information, visit the website.
Springfield’s collective art gallery, featuring art strictly by local and regional artists, managed by the artists themselves. A great space to view art. A wide variety of media from more than 20 artists. The gallery is available for private events.
Local artists Annie Schuchart and Juliana Comer welcome you to their working studio in downtown Sikeston. Visit the studio during Downtown's Gallery Walk, held bi-monthly on the second Friday, 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Exhibitions of art and design, learning experiences and outreach emphasizing curated exhibitions from students and invited artists. The gallery supports a space in which experimental, innovative and multi-dimensional artworks are exhibited. The mission is to engage audiences visually, intellectually and emotionally, while working to provide new ways of looking at our thinking about human experience and the interaction between artist and viewer.
Gary Lucy's artwork depicts the early Lewis and Clark Expedition and 19th century North American waterway scenes, especially the steamboat era. Gallery and gift shop.
The Artspace was founded in 1999 as a university gallery program to benefit the academic and public communities of Kansas City. The mission is to support the creation, presentation and appreciation of important contemporary art and visual art education through exhibitions, publications, public art projects, education programs, professional development opportunities, collection stewardship and partnerships.
The Artspace is dedicated to presenting innovative, high-quality exhibitions of regional, national and international art; creating unique opportunities for local and regional artists; sustaining a strong regional arts community; and fostering active awareness, support and participation in the visual arts and visual art education.
Hannibal Arts Council is a community arts agency hosting monthly exhibits, workshops, festivals, special events, performances and community arts programs. Additionally, the council has a gallery where works of local and regional artists are displayed.
The Hart-Stepp hosts some of the area's most talented artists. Residing in the oldest home in New Madrid, circa 1840, the gallery features the work of photographers, painters, crafters, and artists of all ages. Exhibits change monthly. Admission is free; donations accepted.
Art gallery featuring regional artists with exhibits changing on a monthly basis. A featured gallery on Ste. Genevieve's Fourth Friday Art Walk
Managed by the Kirksville Arts Association, the Arts Center gallery hosts month-long exhibits featuring local and regional artists. The association offers a variety of classes and programs throughout the year and hosts the annual Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival each fall.
Koka Art Gallery has art from more than 30 local artists. We have rotating shows of different artists and different mediums, including framed art, prints, pottery, jewelry, greeting cards and other media.
Also, this is the studio for Koral Martin. Her specialty is floral photography, but she has landscape photography, plus a growing collection of infrared photography, and black and whites images.
The gallery is located downtown, south of the square.
Mattie Rhodes Art Gallery provides emerging and established Latino artists a venue in which to display their art work, as well as a place for the community to celebrate and learn about Latino culture through visual arts. We invite all artists to exhibit works that explore themes important to the Latino culture. We strive to educate the public about the importance of the arts and bring together cultures within our community. An artist reception is held most first Fridays at 6 p.m.; it includes refreshments, music and other entertainment.
This studio features the works of artist Andy Thomas.
The Mildred Cox Gallery is located within the Gladys Woods Kemper Center for the Arts at William Woods University. Exhibits of professional and student artwork change monthly. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, call 573-592-4245.
Features the work of many Best of Missouri Hands Artists in handcrafted pottery, glass and jewelry. We are Located in the Little Ziegler House built in 1929 in the historic river town of Kimmswick. Closed Monday.
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