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Barb Polar had a photo accepted into World Water Day Photo Contest 2024 sponsored by The National Great Rivers Research and Education Center. Gallery Night is Wednesday, March 20th from 5-7 at Jerry F Costello Field Station

Karen Romani received a Best in Show Award for her painting, ‘ Princess of the Garden’ by the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society in their recent Exhibition. She was also juried into Missouri Watercolor Society International Show, ‘ Lovely Parsnip’ as well as into the Georgia Watercolor Society Show, ‘ Dragon Eye Cabbage’

Spring Field by Karen Miller was accepted into Webster Art – Small Works Show

Michael Anderson painted live along with Missouri Plein Air Painters Association at the St. Louis Art Museum Public Preview event for the Matisse and the sea on February 16, 2024. Michael posted a short video on his Instagram page.

A Change of Scenery juried exhibit April 12 – May 18, 2024

Deadline to enter: March 2, 2024 at 11:59 pm

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild seeks artwork for the exhibition, A Change of Scenery. We seek artwork in various mediums whose work engages with landscape, broadly defined, exploring how the natural environment around us influences our representations of ourselves and communities.

Juror: Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson is a visual artist and GEAG member based in Belleville, IL.

Carolyn Karasek’s piece, Lillith, was juried into Art Saint Louis exhibit, Sin City, featuring artworks that reflect the seven deadly sins.

1223 Pine St downtown St Louis. Jan. 6 – Feb 14, reception Jan. 13th, 5-7 pm

Carolyn Karasek has 2 pieces  in the Group of Eight Show at Heartland Art Club  101A W. Argonne Dr. Kirkwood, MO 63122

January 2024 Members’ Gallery Group of 8 ShowOn display from January 10 – April 6, 2024 in the Members’ Gallery. Opening Reception is Saturday, January 20 from 3:00 – 5:00 Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 12 PM – 5 PM

Mary Berry had a piece accepted into Soulard Gallery’s “Broken Hearts” exhibit which runs January 12 – February 17, 2024. The exhibit features expressions of what a broken heart means to each artist

Karen Romani’s piece “Rosie” was accepted into the Ann Metzger Biannual International Exhibition at the St. Louis Artist Guild Nov. 17- Dec. 23

An independent singer/songwriter in California found this painting on Cori Frerich’s website and asked if he could use it as an album cover. It is available for listening on streaming services. Search for ‘When God Feels Far’ by Taylor Forrest.

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