Bring 2-3 pieces of work to our Critique Session. This is an excellent time to get feedback on anything you’re working on and/or completed, and it’s so beneficial no matter your skill level! We encourage EVERYONE to participate and hope you’ll join us.
Our Presenter for April is Laura Lloyd doing a portrait in oil. You can see her work and find out more about her on her website http://www.lloydfineart.com/#home See you there!
We combined our March Meeting with the reception of “Up, Down, and All Around” and our elections. Here are our show winners: Best of Show- Here Comes Trouble” Janine Helton Acrylic/Oil: First-“Surrounded by Love” Nora Schomogy Second- “Untitled” Gary Nadeau Third- “A Circle of Fruit” Nora Schomogy Honorable Mention- “Doting Mom” Angie Franco Watercolor First- […]
Bring 2-3 pieces of work to our Critique Session. This is an excellent time to get feedback on anything you’re working on and/or completed, and it’s so beneficial no matter your skill level! We encourage EVERYONE to participate and hope you’ll join us. Board Member Elections are in March! Those who have either joined or […]
This theme is fairly wide open so use your imagination and put your best work forward. Up, Down, and All Around! When: March 8th – April 29th Where: St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre Receiving: Monday, March 5th from 9am to 8pm Entry Fee (3 pieces): $20 for members, $50 for non-members [includes a one year […]
Happy New Year!! We’ll be hosting a working session from still life. Dues are payable this month. Membership dues can be paid in person at the January meeting, or by mailing to: PO Box 416, St. Peters, Mo. 63376 Single Membership $30.00 Family Membership $50.00 Student Membership $15.00 We will be entering the name of […]
OLAG Exhibition Rules & Regulations – All area artists amateur and professionals are eligible to enter. – All work must be original and completed in the past three years. Work done or completed under instruction will not be accepted. – Work must be delivered during designated receiving hours to the St. Peters Cultural Art Centre. […]