Summer has definitely arrived!  Grass is green, gardens are growing, outdoor barbeques are in full swing, the humidity and The Loop Trolley are coming!

This month we are excited to introduce new work by a few of our favorite artists:

First up, new pieces in Zach Smithey’s “Materialization of Sound Series.”  The flow and colors are inviting and energizing – ready to brighten up any home or office!

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Materialization of Sound Series by Zach Smithey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next, Sharon Spillar shared a variety of her eye catching work.  We love the mix of sizes and how the bold colors, designs and series play off of one another.

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Abstract acrylics by Sharon Spillar

Finally, just in time for Father’s Day weekend, KC Photographers Glen and Gayle Wans will be in the gallery for two days.  Stop in Friday, June 19 from 6 to 9 to see their new work AND taste test beer from Morgan Street Brewery!  The Wans will be back on Saturday from Noon to 4 pm.  There will be a variety of prints available for sale – both framed and unframed during this 2 day event.

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Enlightened by Gayle and Glen Wans

 

 

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Morgan Street Brewery

 

If you haven’t been to The Delmar Loop in a few weeks, you need to stop by and enjoy the entrants in the 7th Annual Mannequins On The Loop, sponsored by Figure8Designs!

Serendipity Gallery staff went all out this year – creating an outfit made of recycled bubble wrap and yellow cellophane!  We call her “Miss PossibiBeelity” and hope you enjoy the messages on her lightbulb bees!  The entrants this year are really wonderful – as you can see from the sample below.  Mannequins will be on display at designated locations along Delmar Boulevard through June 7th.

We hope everyone has a great Memorial Day weekend!

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Mannequins On The Loop 2015

April showers bring……… lots of fun things to enjoy in The Delmar Loop.

On Saturday, April 4 our own Zack Smithey will wind down his Easter Art Hunt by hiding 300 pieces of free art throughout The Delmar Loop.  Zack is an amazing St. Louis artist with a social purpose – he wants to make art available to everyone and bring St. Louis together, so he dreamed up and self-funded a 7 day, 1000 piece of art give away.  His work ranges from Mark Twains, Lincolns, and Baseball Players to abstracts forming the Materialization of Sound Series.  Look for clues that might lead you to Serendipity Gallery!  Stop by Cicero’s from 4 to 6 to get your found artwork signed and meet Zack.

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Mark Twain 2 – by Zack Smithey

 

 

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On Friday, April 10, owner Rose Hagan will be in the gallery from 6 to 9 pm showcasing her Fused Glass Sculptures.  Rose is a talented glass artist and has been expanding her glass collection which now includes plates, bowls, jewelry and sculptures.

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Rose Hagan – Glass Sculpture

 

 

 

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Fused Glass Sconce by RosaModerna

The Delmar Loop is an amazing place filled with diverse people – college students, professionals, teenagers, families, visitors, and residents of all ages.  It is also home to a variety of locally owned shops, venues and restaurants.  We encourage you to take a stroll through The Loop and see for yourself.  Our door is open after a long winter and we look forward to introducing you to some great local artists and recommending other places to shop, eat and play!

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Welcome to Serendipity Gallery

See you soon!

 

It’s a gorgeous, sunny Saturday in St. Louis and the Delmar Loop is alive with pedestrians once again!  I love this time of year when winter is slowly but surely making way for the flowers of Spring.

We will be celebrating the first day of Spring – which falls on Friday, March 20 – with a Spring Artist Reception.  You’ll have an opportunity to meet and mingle with a few of our current local artists including Tricia Coyle (photographer and photographic jewelry), Karen Ann Jones (painter), Chris McCarthy (of Park Avenue Glass Studio), Jeane Vogel (photographer), Barbara Rand (silver jeweler), Bev Baker (funky and fun jewelry), Liz Krinsky (pop jewelry artist) and David Dobbs (wood artist).  We are very excited to share their wonderful work with all of you!  Wine Reception starts at 6 pm.

I’ve also finally updated our Events calendar – there is a lot to look forward to over the next several months.  We hope to see you at the Gallery soon!

 

Liz Krinsky, Jeane Vogel, David Dobbs, Bev Baker

Liz Krinsky, Jeane Vogel, David Dobbs, Bev Baker

Tricia Coyle, Karen Ann Jones, Chris McCarthy, Park Avenue Glass Studio, Barb Rand

Tricia Coyle, Karen Ann Jones, Chris McCarthy, Barb Rand

Serendipity Gallery is very excited to host a wine reception for St. Louis artist Ted Stahl.  Ted’s work features boldly conceived, multi-layered computer generated images printed on metal and ready for hanging.  The depth of color and intricacy of each piece truly must be seen in person.

Friday, July 24

6:00 to 9:00 pm

"The Turmoil of Reason" by Ted Stahl

“The Turmoil of Reason” by Ted Stahl

Kansas City Photographers Glen and Gayle Wans will be in the gallery on

Friday evening June 19 from 6 to 9 pm and

Saturday, June 20 from Noon to 4:00 pm

Friday evening’s reception will include a Beer Tasting featuring products from Morgan Street Brewery.

We look forward to seeing you and introducing some of their new work – it’s brilliant!

 

Wans Studio, Gayle and Glen Wans, Delmar Loop, The Loop, Serendipity, Photography

Enlightened by Gayle and Glen Wans