Art Saint Louis presents (all the) Feels, a juried exhibition with original works by 60 St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois. My painting Family History, oil, 20"x20", 2022.(pictured in banner) is inspired by a recent online genealogy hint that my 5th great grandfather was a Cherokee named Yellow Bear Qu Sadui.
(all the) Feels is presented July 30-September 8, 2022. Art Saint Louis is free & open to the public Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Closed Sundays and holidays/holiday weekends, including September 3-5 for Labor Day. Dates & hours subject to change.
A free public reception will be held for this exhibition on Saturday, August 6 from 5 to 7 p.m.
(all the) Feels is a visual art exhibition featuring original artworks that depict and express emotions and moods, including but not limited to: affection, amusement, anguish, anticipation, awe, bravery, caution, depression, devotion, doubt, empathy, empowerment, energetic, exasperation, excitement, fear, frustration, fury, gratitude, grief, guilt, happiness, heartbreak, humiliation, humor, infatuation, invigoration, joy, longing, love, memory, mourning, passion, pride, regret, shyness, sorrow, vanity, vulnerability, worry, and so much more.
Featured will be 62 artworks created in media including collage, drawing, mixed media, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and more selected by jurors Erin Vigneau Dimick and Michael Omichi Quintero.
• Erin Vigneau-Dimick, artist, Lecturer, and Executive Curator, The University Museum, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. As Executive Curator, Erin directs all activities and programming for the Museum and teaches Exhibition Design and Collections Management for the Museum Studies program. A trained book and archives conservator, she holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Boston, MA (1988) and a MFA from The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA (1991) with concentrations in photography, printmaking and book conservation. Her most recent personal artwork focuses on embroidery and collage combined with historical material cultural artifacts. Erin’s work has been exhibited throughout the region for the last 18 years. Her work is currently presented in "Small Works Invitational" at Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis (through August 6, 2022).
• Michael Omichi Quintero, artist, Associate Professor of Art, St. Louis Community College Florissant Valley, St. Louis, MO (since 2007). MFA University of North Carolina Greensboro (1991) and BFA Corpus Christi State University, TX (1989). Previously Michael has worked as Associate Curator of Education & Exhibitions, South Bend Regional Museum of Art, South Bend, IN; Visiting Professor of Art, Indiana University, South Bend; Assistant Professor of Art, Denison University, Granville, OH. He has also worked for University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN and Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, TX. His work has been exhibited in solo & group shows across the U.S. and is included in numerous private and public collections.
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