Monday, November 26, 2012
The new facility features the work of artist Steve Grzyb, as well as displays local artists’ work, which is available for purchase. The space also is available for special events.
Art by: GRZYB moved to a new location at 133 South Central in Old Town Eureka. The new studio/gallery provides more than 1,700 square feet of exhibit and retail space. The facility features the work of Eureka artist Steve Grzyb, as well as displays local artists’ work, which is available for purchase. The new space also provides a place for community special events. “For the past two years, Eureka has really embraced and supported Art By: GRZYB. My goal is for this new location to become not only a place where Eureka area residents view works of talented artists, but also be a place where they can enjoy many other art forms; from paintings, weaving, pottery, sculpture, to music, poetry, dance, and even cooking," said Grzyb. The studio/…
Sunday, September 4, 2011
PHOTO GALLERY: A total of 139 artists are exhibiting fine arts and crafts this weekend at the 36th annual Queeny Park Art Fair until 4 p.m. Sunday. Some Wildwood residents attended Saturday.
This weekend, the 36th annual Queeny Park Art Fair is hosting 139 booths of artists working in printing, photography, drawing, wood, fiber, clay, glass, paint, and more. Artists from the St. Louis area and beyond showcased and sold fine arts and crafts to patrons from the comfort of the Greensfelder Recreation Center. The event runs until 4 p.m. Sunday. Click here for more information on the art fair.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Plus, artists go on display in a grocery store in Wildwood, a Parkway West teen wins the crown in an international beauty pageant, and a Kirkwood father advocates for the disabled.
Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on regionally. Assessor Candidates Face Off in Public Forum at Bayless High: At an event organized Saturday by the Affton and Lemay chambers of commerce, L.K. Wood and Jake Zimmerman both stressed the need to revamp the property assessment system. Town and Country Teen Wins International Beauty Pageant: This hip-hop dancer took up beauty pageants, and found she enjoys wearing crowns instead of camo. Kirkwood Dad is Advocate for People With Disabilities: This week Patch introduces you to Doug Riggs, a Kirkwood dad who is passionate about protecting the rights of people with disabilities. Local Artists Showcased In Supermarket: There are quite a few amazingly talented artists around town…
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
West County auto dealership provides nice backdrop for aspiring local artists.
Select pieces from nine art students of St. Louis Community College-Wildwood recently were displayed at St. Louis Acura automotive dealer in Manchester, MO. The partnership came out of a conversation between Brandy Wise, relationship manager at St. Louis Acura, and Patrick Vaughn, vice president of academic affairs at the college during a West County Chamber of Commerce luncheon last fall. “I’m very happy the relationship between St. Louis Acura and STLCC-Wildwood has developed as quickly as it has, and we were excited about the opportunity for our students to present their work in the Acura showroom,” said Vaughn. The art was delivered on Feb. 15 and the showroom immediately was buzzing with comments. “All of our staff were talking about …
Friday, February 11, 2011
Organization offers programs for families in St. Louis, Jefferson, and Franklin counties.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jo Beck
Friday, February 11, 2011
Last weekend's fundraiser for the area's Family Enrichment Resource Program, held at the Wyman Center in Eureka, raised money for the organization's family programs. The group is affiliated with Eureka-based Creative Expressions Learning Centers, but its programs are available to the community. “At all of the Creative Expressions locations, we had painting sessions for the children to create the artwork for the auction,” said Stacey Schwartz, a board member of the group. “Cenveo generously donated lots of paper for us to use in the art project." Three judges from the community later judged the artwork, and chose the 55 pieces that the group framed for the fundraiser. During a silent auction at the fundraiser, these pieces were sold. …