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St. Louis Artists' Guild

2 Oak Knoll Park Clayton, MO 63105 | Clayton | 314-727-6266

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Located in Oak Knoll Park, near the intersection of Clayton and Big Bend, the St. Louis Artists' Guild hosts numerous shows in all media year round, in addition to offering seminars and classes for children and adults.


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    For hundreds of years artists and critics have debated which of the arts truly is the finest. During the Italian Renaissance Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo verbally abused each other,...
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    The combination of free time and good weather make summer something of a cornucopia -- the possibilities are endless, right? The Summer Regional Exhibition at St. Louis Artists' Guild (2 Oak...
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    Making art can be a lonely business. Much of your time is spent thinking and questioning, and at the end of the day, you have only yourself to rely upon. That's why artists tend to...
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    The brush of St. Louis artist Camden St. Claire always seems to settle on the unsettling moments. In her new exhibit Gravity of Flight, St. Claire has channeled her own life experiences into...
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    Clearly, summer is the time when the crafty get busy. That's Paper!?!, the St. Louis Artists' Guild's new exhibit, allows the members of the Weavers' Guild of St. Louis to show off their...
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    St. Louis-based painter Soledad Van Emden memorializes the drive-by interstices of darkness under local highway overpasses in this collection of small works of unlikely depth. Everyday...
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    Friday (Nov. 9): ARTstravaganza Moonlight Opening Reception @ the St. Louis Artists' Guild Enjoy a wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres during the opening evening of this weekend juried art show...
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    Drawing upon an earlier iteration of St. Louis, when it was enthralled by steam power and aspired to be the "New York of Middle America," recent Washington University graduate Kim Wardenburg...
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    It's a common problem: Mom likes photography, Pop enjoys landscapes, sister Sue adores sculpture and Mike...well, his head is always in the clouds. This Friday, the St. Louis Artists' Guild...
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    To celebrate National Poetry Day, members of the St. Louis Artists Guild will read from works by poets born in St. Louis, such as Maya Angelou, T.S. Eliot, Sara Teasdale, Donald Finkel and...
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    Heather Woodson's latest sculpture exhibition, Instinctual Manipulations, explores adaptation and how humans use manipulation as a survival skill. Her work will be on display at the St....
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    For this installment in an exhibition series that explores the relationship between sound and image, Adrian Aquilino assembled this small suite of gig posters by local printmakers and...
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    In 1977, David Bowie famously wondered about "Sound and Vision" in a song with that very name, a fitting query for an artist who's as focused on his visual aesthetic as his musical style....
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    Stasis/Adapting This series of photographs by local artist Amanda Pfister reveals Midwestern culture as both deeply familiar and quietly alternative. Abandoned car dealerships sprawl beneath...
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    So much attention is paid to Christmas carols this month, what with the all-Christmas-all-the-time formatting on the radio, that written holiday stories are almost forgotten, all except "The...
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    If you have even a passing interest in modern illustration and/or comic book art, plan to hit up the Homegrown Comic Jam tonight from 7 to 11 p.m. at the St. Louis Artists' Guild (2 Oak...
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    It's often pointed out that we St. Louisans don't live in a walking city; for the most part that's true, if you're comparing us to far more pedestrian-heavy cities like New York. Many of us...
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