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spring showers

Ann Tygett Jones painting


spring showers—  this abstract image is composed of drips, circles, squares and scrapes reminiscent of a spring shower.  Acrylic on canvas.

Abstract Art

In the studio with Zack Smithey

To refer to St. Louis artist Zack Smithey as a Renaissance Man would be an understatement. He started painting under his grandmother’s guise as a child, played the viola for a decade, has painted sets at the Muny, taught high school art, owns a restaurant with his wife, is the general contractor on his new “shipping container” home and, well, is a full time artist. 744 more words

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Peachy Green by Carolyn Dixon Dixon Dyess

My wife Carolyn and I are having a joint show on Thursday March 31 at “The Gallery of Contemporary Art at St.Louis Community College -Wildwood. Below is the statement about our show. 133 more words


the daily grind

ann tygett jones painting



the daily grind– acrylic on canvas.  Abstract image with strong, black line work as the central image.

Abstract Art

Andrew Millner

When we first moved to St. Louis, we were invited to a neighbor’s house for dinner. I spent the whole meal staring over the host’s shoulder at the artwork behind her: a dark brown background with millions of fine, pink branch-like lines extending from the bottom, it was at once simple and complex. 214 more words