Linda Green-Metzler has a retrospective show, “A Celebration of Community,” on exhibit indefinitely as part of the decor at the new home of the Chesterfield Community Center at Chesterfield Mall for a year or so, until new renovations of the site take place. The exhibition spans a dozen years and includes over 30 watercolor paintings.
This post just went up at the Chesterfield Community Center page on Facebook.
Nancy Avdoian received an Award of Excellence in the 2022 Gateway East Artist’s Guild “2022 Shrine Show” for her painting Into the Woods. The show was juried by Janet Doll and runs from Jul 17 – Aug 19 at Our Lady of the Snows Shrine. Nancy was also featured as the Gateway East Artists Guild’s Artist of the Month in June.
Seven artists from the Saint Louis Watercolor Society participated in an art show and sale at the New Haven Scenic Regional Library, in New Haven, MO, on Sunday, June 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The day was a wonderful opportunity to showcase watercolor paintings for the New Haven and surrounding communities, and the people in New Haven couldn’t have been more welcoming. Thank you to the following artists who participated: Nancy Avdoian, Julie Bantle, Maureen Brodsky, Crystal Goldkamp, Fran Kempin, Kathleen Luepke and Karen Papin.June
Keith Baizer and Shirley Nachtrieb have been juried into Constructed Visions IV, juried by Jennifer Scalan, at the Saint Louis Artists Guild, 12 North Jackson Ave., Clayton, MO 63105 (at the corner of Forsyth and Jackson).
Françoise Olivier’s painting, The Trumpeter Swans, was accepted in the 155th International Exhibition of the American Watercolor Society, held April 11 – 29, 2022, at the Salmagundi Club in NYC. The exhibition was juried by Tony Couch, AWS, Andy Evansen, AWS, Sue Pink, AWS, Pablo-Ruben Lopez Sans, AWS, and Antonio Masi, AWS, DF. Though the NYC exhibition is now over, 40 works from the show travel the United States as part of the AWS Traveling Exhibition. See the schedule of venues here.