We are having a hard time believing that Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Where did the summer and fall go?
Our elves are hard at work getting ready for Small Business Saturday (Nov. 26), the traditional day to get out and support local businesses. We are excited to announce that DeWitt Young, the creative genius behind Obvious Front Capacitor Robots will be in the gallery on November 26, with a selection of his creatures. DeWitt takes capacitors from computers, TVs, and VCRs and transforms them into quirky bugs, robots and animals like this crazy crew:
Obvious Front – Capacitor Creatures
Stop by on Small Business Saturday, meet the artist, and pick up some unique gifts for your friends and family. Robots start at $15 – an affordable and fun way to support a local business and a local artist. We will also have door prizes and snacks! Free parking is available behind The Pageant Theatre.
December is packed with fun things to do in the Delmar Loop. In fact, all you want for the holidays is in the Delmar Loop. Visit www.visittheloop.com/holidays2016 for a complete list of Loop-wide events. Santa and other holiday characters will be popping up on the weekends, starting on Dec. 2 with the annual Tree Lighting at Fitz’s.
We hope you’ll stop by the gallery during December to meet some of our favorite artists. Detailed information on individual events is located on our event page, but here is a summary. We tried to have a little something for everyone!
Stay tuned – We will be posting a gift guide the first week of December, with great ideas for everyone on your holiday list. Can’t make up your mind, we have gift certificates!!
Thank you for shopping local and supporting the great artists in our community.
We wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving.
African Green Opal and Grossularite Garnet Necklace by Barb Rand
It’s time for one of our favorite events of the year – St. Louis Jeweler Barb Rand’s Holiday Trunk Show.
Please join us on Friday, December 16 from 6 to 9 pm for a glass of holiday cheer and a great selection of Barb’s unique and stylish handmade jewelry. Can’t make it Friday? No worries, Barb will be in the gallery on Saturday, December 17 from Noon to 4 pm. Barb transforms stones, semi-precious gems and silver into statement pieces that will be treasured forever. Her earrings, necklaces, bracelets and pendants make a perfect gift for that special woman on your holiday list – we won’t tell if you pick up a piece or two for yourself!
Thank you for supporting local artists and local businesses this holiday season.
Pearl and Stone Pendant by Vetro Caldo Designs
We are so excited to be hosting Marc and Wendy – the award winning due behind Vetro Caldo Designs – this holiday season.
Join us on Friday, December 9 from 6 to 9 pm or on Saturday, December 10 from Noon to 4 pm. Marc and Wendy will be showcasing a selection of their silver pieces embellished with fused glass, semi-precious stones, and gold including bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and rings. This stunning jewelry is a perfect gift for anyone who wants a unique piece of wearable art – including you.
Thank you for your support of local businesses and artist this holiday season.
Ceramic Mugs by Dani Sposato
Nothing could be better with a plate of holiday cookies then a warm drink in a handmade mug created by Dani Sposato. Dani’s ceramic work is colorful and practical. Stop by the gallery between Noon and 4 pm for a cookie, chat with Dani, and take home a mug or two for yourself or someone special on your list. We also have double-walled vases and other ceramic pieces for you to enjoy.
Thank you in advance for your support of local businesses and artists this holiday season.
Celtic Cross by Neil R. Brown
Head down to the East end of The Delmar Loop after the annual Tree Lighting at Fitz’s for a glass of cheer and enjoy some new prints on metal by award winning St. Louis photographer Neil R. Brown. Neil’s images become even more dramatic when reproduced on aluminum. Pick out a framed or unframed print for that special someone on your list. Limited special orders will be available.
Thank you for supporting local artists and businesses this holiday season.
Obvious Front – Capacitor Creatures
Support local businesses and local artists this Small Business Saturday.
We are very excited to host Illinois artist DeWitt Young in the gallery from Noon to 4 pm. DeWitt has transformed capacitors from computers, TVs and VCRs into magnets, standing figures, animals, earrings and more. These imaginative pieces are affordable and fun for everyone on your holiday list.
Thank you in advance for shopping local this holiday season.
Today we are celebrating our 3rd anniversary in St. Louis’ historic Delmar Loop. We love the vibe of this great street and the entrepreneurial spirit that drives the neighborhood.
We wanted to take a moment to thank our wonderful artists, past and present, for trusting us to showcase their work. We also want to thank our loyal customers who keep our doors open. It is a joy to match great art with great people.
We have talented artists, great staff and a wonderful location between the award winning Moonrise Hotel and the Pageant Theatre. In another few weeks, we will be welcoming Delmar Hall to the neighborhood. If you haven’t been in yet, stop by and see work by talented local and regional artists including owner Rose Hagan. We have metered street parking and additional free parking behind The Pageant.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Back to Day 1
The summer has flown by. We are approaching our 3 year anniversary – seems like only yesterday we were picking out hardwood flooring and deciding on artwork!
A lot has changed in east end of The Loop. We look forward to the addition of Delmar Hall (opening in October) and the apartment complex under construction just to our East. Loop Trolley construction is entering its final stages and detours are down to a minimum. Please come explore this end soon – we are in the middle of 3 Pokémon Go stops!
We are very excited to welcome a new artist to the gallery this month. JB Nearsy has relocated to St. Louis from Metro Illinois. He works with spray paint and an incredible eye for color. JB’s work will be on exhibit and for sale in the gallery through the end of November. We encourage you to stop by soon and enjoy his fresh perspective.
JB Nearsy: Remedy – Reverse Glass Painting
We cannot believe that June is at the halfway point already. The Delmar Loop is hot. Trolley construction along Delmar is nearing the end and the East end of The Loop is enjoying the transformation of the old Big Shark Space into Joe Edward’s Delmar Hall and the construction of a 14 story apartment complex on the adjacent lot.
Mannequins on The Loop
The art scene on The Loop has also been busy. Over the last few weeks The Loop hosted the 8th annual Mannequins on The Loop. Talented area artists, including our own Jon Gamache, created wonderful street art. Thanks to Audrey Jones of Figure 8 Designs for organizing this event. Congratulations to Tracey Johnson who created the winning mannequin for Avalon Exchange. The winner can be viewed at University City library.
Heather Brown Geyser Through an Icy Window
We are excited to introduce a few artists who will be joining us in July:
Heather Brown is a watercolor artist who uses a special technique to create striking images. Stop by our Summer Artist Wine Reception on Friday, July 15 to meet Heather and see more of her beautiful work.
Sukanya Mani: Street View
Sukanya Mani is another new artist who will be joining the gallery in July. Her boldly colored paintings are both charming and evocative.
Sukanya will also be joining us for the Summer Artist Wine Reception. We look forward to introducing you to her body of work.
Last, but not least, we are very excited to be participating in The Loop’s Photo Contest. The prize list is pretty amazing including a $500 cash 1st prize. Enter your photos at stltoday.com/contests from June 13 through June 26. Voting will commence on June 27. We look forward to all the great moments that you’ve captured in The Loop.
Happy Father’s Day to all you Dad’s out there. We hope to see you in the gallery soon – we are just east of Skinker between The Moonrise Hotel and The Pageant.
JB Nearsy: Dilations of Nostalgia
Please join us for a glass of wine and welcome St. Louis artist JB Nearsy to Serendipity Gallery on Friday, August 12 from 6 to 9 pm.
JB’s work is joyful and colorful. It reflects his belief that hope can be maintained throughout all of life’s struggles.
We look forward to sharing this bright young talent with St. Louis.