Here’s a few photos from Opening Night.
Now in its ninth year, Open Studios STL features more than 160 St. Louis-based artists who open their studios and art spaces to the public over the course of one weekend.
Studios and gallery spaces are open Saturday and Sunday, June 28 and 29, 11:00 am–5:00 pm, with locations east of Grand Blvd. open on Saturday and locations west of Grand Blvd. open on Sunday. In addition, CAM is hosting a kick-off party at the Museum on Friday, June 27, organizing a variety of guided tours, sharing information about after-hours events taking place on Saturday, and hosting a closing party at the Museum with Sloup on Sunday, June 29.
A blurb about the mural:
After nearly a year of planning, the Southampton Neighborhood Association, with the help of Chloe Hollett, J.D., Neighborhood Improvement Supervisor for the City of St. Louis, and Donna Baringer, Alderperson for Ward 16, has engaged well-known St. Louis artist Jeff Kapfer to paint a mural on one of the Macklind Avenue buildings next Saturday, March 22. The mural, designed by Jeff, will be painted on the north wall of 5401 Lansdowne, facing the wedge across from Buder Elementary School playground. The purpose of this is to beautify the Macklind Avenue Business District, all as an initiative to encourage more pedestrian traffic to the establishments located along Macklind.
The mural from start to finish!
Thanks to my crew for all the help! Couldn’t have done it in one day without them!
Check out my latest features in the newest STL Design online mag, Studio 3.