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Original fine art and fine crafts from regional artists: paintings; drawings; photography; fiber; pottery; and jewelry.
We have been connecting those who appreciate and collect art with those who create art since 2003.
Open Gallery night the second Saturday of every month, 5 p.m.-8 pm.
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.
Custom furniture, a wide variety of pottery, fine art and home decorating items on display everyday. Featuring a selection of local artist's work and John Michael Originals furniture collection as seen in St. Louis Home & Lifestyle Magazine.
Our Java Jive coffee shop is next door – there's always something jivin' at Java Jive.
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.
The Missouri Art Studio "Mosart" is open from 10 to 5 p.m. all year round. We offer the first of its kind, a gallery devoted exclusively to juried artists of "The Best of Missouri Hands."
Early risers at the Southern Hotel Bed and Breakfast will often take a cup of coffee and stroll through the garden, browse the Mosart Studio and enjoy the morning quiet while on the swing under the grape arbor.
We must always remember to stop and smell the flowers as we go.
Handwoven wearable art where you can see the artist creating on a 72-inch floor loom in the gallery. Nancy Lee Kaufman has been hand dyeing her natural fibers, designing and creating her works of wearable art for the past 40 years. Nancy left Missouri in 1975 and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she and three fiber partners started a weaving center and a weaving gallery in downtown Santa Fe. She has returned to Missouri; her studio and gallery are now on Main Street in Hannibal.
This art gallery offers fine abstract art, including: acrylic painted works; drawings; sculptures; and photography.
Open only the first Friday of each month; anytime by appointment.
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