May 19, 2008 Slideshows

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Grand Center Art Gallery Walk, May 16, 2008, St. Louis 

Is it possible to see 15 art galleries in one night? Art lovers found out Friday night in Midtown, with the help of a red trolley car.
By Anastasia Folorunso
The Grand Gallery Walk started just outside the Continental Life Building at the new Craft Alliance Center.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Daniel Barnett, a local artist and the Studio Manager at Craft Alliance, was there to demonstrate how to throw clay.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Inside the Continental Life Building , guests could enjoy refreshments
By Anastasia Folorunso
Music by the Valerie Tichacek Trio
By Anastasia Folorunso
Art work by Kim Mosley.
By Anastasia Folorunso
John Troy.
By Anastasia Folorunso
William Lobdell
By Anastasia Folorunso
The art walk was held from 5 to 9 p.m.
By Anastasia Folorunso
The Grand Gallery "Walk" was actually facilitated by a St. Louis Trolley.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Art enthusiasts were shuttled from art centers to galleries all afternoon
By Anastasia Folorunso
The Arthur and Helen Baer Visual Art Galleries at the Centene Center for Arts and Education featured art by the students of the Reed School in the Ladue School District.
The kids were lead by their art teacher, Linda Packard, who was voted Art Educator of the Year by the Arts and Education Center.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Jordan Wolf, a second-grader, and his work “Clowning Around."
By Anastasia Folorunso
Jonathan Padgett, a third-grader, and his art work.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Student art.
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By Anastasia Folorunso
The Grand Gallery Walk started just outside the Continental Life Building at the new Craft Alliance Center.
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