“Each skater has their own style. They don’t just learn and do tricks; they make the tricks their own. I’d tried to skate a few times as a teenager but could never actually get a board off the ground, aka, pop a board,” said St. Louis artist Kat Kissick. “But my art – my style – is generally known […]Read more "Pop the Board! at SPACE"
We’re pleased to welcome local artist Sandi Shapiro to our gallery on the evening of Friday, March 6, 2015 from 6 to 8 PM. Her show, Hard Edges, features colorful nonobjective paintings and wire sculpture. Of her work, Sandi says, “Marks on canvas are very important to me. When I start painting, I usually never know what […]Read more "Hard Edges by Sandi Shapiro"
SPACE is pleased to welcome the St. Louis Drawing Initiative for this evening’s opening reception, The Figure Observed. This talented group of six artists will share their drawings, paintings and sculpture that feature the human body. The nudes, busts, and facial studies is the culmination of a passion for studying figures of all shapes and sizes. […]Read more "The Figure Observed: Opening reception 2/6/15"
The human body is a beautiful, biological machine, and one that we often take for granted. Nicole Cooper’s paintings deftly balance the body’s beauty and a celebration of the latent transformative power each contains. Come by SPACE this Friday evening to view “The Body in Bloom” at the opening reception. Nicole has used her figural painting background to […]Read more "The Body in Bloom: Nicole Cooper"
SPACE Architecture + Design is pleased to welcome contemporary local artist Mark Witzling to our gallery, Friday, October 10, 2014 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. In this stunning exhibit, Mark shares landmarks of his memory through canvas snapshots in oil and wax. With sophisticated combinations of color and shape, he has created dreamlike glimpses into his […]Read more "Remembrance of Things Past: Mark Witzling’s “Positive Memory”"
Our year of artists continues with August’s reception for Timothy E. Wagner. Stop by SPACE this Friday, August 1 to check out his work. “Visions of a City” showcases mixed media pieces, each one incorporating an axonometric rendering of stylized buildings. Wagner caught the painting bug back in elementary school, and he has been honing […]Read more "Visions of a City: Timothy E. Wagner"
In her newest collection, St. Louis artist Barb Flunker combines reclaimed materials in provocative multimedia arrangements in her show Barb Wired. Come to SPACE on Friday, March 7, 2014 from 6-8 PM to experience the newest evolution of her work in person. In style and content, Barb’s pieces reflect her devotion to natural, organic forms. “Being […]Read more "Barb Wired opens at SPACE"