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If you like hats, the St. Louis Art Museum has something for you this winter

There was more to Impressionist painter Edgar Degas’ interests than dancers. For one thing, the habitually well-dressed artist was fascinated by hats, and by the women who made them. 122 more words

Topping up Creativity.

I am pleased to say that my creativity levels are usually brimming and this week was no different. Just to keep everything bubbling and brewing in my imagination I decided to get myself onto the Metrolink, jump off at Skinker and scamper across Forest Park to the Art Museum. 703 more words

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Summer In St. Louis

Lakesha Mathis

Everywhere you go in the city this time of year you can hear, “It’s hot!” but what you will not hear is anyone complain about is the great events and experiences St. 695 more words

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A Classy Afternoon in St. Louis

There’s something to say for trips to the amusement park and greasy corn dogs, but sometimes you gotta travel in style and class.  Riley and I began the day in St. 841 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Abstract

In the Spring the St. Louis Art Museum hosts one of my favorite exhibits, Art in Bloom. The challenge for some local floral artists is to create a work based on a piece from the museum that is assigned to them. 200 more words


ART in BLOOM 2016, St. Louis Art Museum

“Sinking of the Titanic”  by Max Beckmann

Floral by Cecilia Ann Barnett

March 11, 2015

“Art in Bloom” is an annual event at the St. Louis Art Museum (and also  various other locations in the country).   373 more words

Exhibition: The Carpet and the Connoisseur – The James F. Ballard Collection of Oriental Rugs

Exhibition dates: 6 March – 8 May 2016

During the early twentieth century, St Louis businessman James F. Ballard became one of the country’s top collectors of oriental carpets. 246 more words