Intersect Art Gallery
3636 TEXAS AVENUE
Gallery Hours By Appointment
Intersect Arts Center is a renovated historic building with 4,000 square feet of gallery space on the first floor. We accept rolling submissions for exhibitions, screenings, events, and performances.
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Sarah Taylor Ko
Jim Marriot, Andrew Scehmpf
Christina Schempf, Kevin Huckshold, Leo Sanchez, Simon Dapaye, Gerard Bolling
Horizon as Devotional Space
Landscapes by Jenna Bauer
Faced with stressful times and a complicated world, I find myself seeking respite by staring at the sky, the clouds, the horizon and the colorful light that filters through it all.
I find myself describing clouds like tea leaves. In the midst of thoughtful sky gazing, I muse that the answers are all there: The pattern of the clouds, waiting to be deciphered, put to work, solving the world’s problems.
Touch, Anoint, Heal
curated by CIVA
Artists: Wolfgang Tonne, Jim Thompson, Gary Thomas, Rebekah Tait, Duncan Simcoe, Shannon Singler, Delro Rosco, Leslie Pearson, Crystal Neubauer, Kiar Mesko, Lorie McCown, Tim Lowly, Prisca Langlais, Glenn Howell, Kathy Hettinga, Bruce Herman, Linda Witte Henke, Craig Giera, Yvette Gellis, Nicora Gangi, Robert Eustace, WangLing Stokes Chou, Rhonda Chase, Michael Buesking, Sandra Bowden, Grace Bomer, John Bergmeier, Gary Bergel
Compendium: an examination of the artists' sketch
15 artists participated in this inside look at the time honored tradition and unique individual processes of the artist's sketchbook.
Artists: David Baker, Sarah Bernhardt, Matthew Busch, Marcis Curtis,
Kat Douglas, Ashley Milow, David Pawl, Carrie Keasler, Richard Reilly,
Bill Russel, Tara O'Nay, Scott Smith,
Ken Wood, Cristina Velazquez
Cbabi Bayoc and Yannick Duran
A beautiful series of intimate paintings exploring the familial portrait.
Itshnapa: Dail Chambers
Dail Chambers is a mother, artist, and activist who exhibits and lectures nationally. She practices her studio art process in St. Louis Place, in north St. Louis, Missouri. Her artwork is based in material meaning and women’s topics through an inquiry of history, self and family. The concept of place and time are integral components of her work. Dail founded the Yeyo Arts collective, a non profit community arts space that creates arts and culture experiences within the St. Louis region. She has received numerous awards for her work, including the Visionary Award for Emerging Artist in 2011 and a Resolution from the City of St. Louis, Missouri in 2010. She is a 2010 Community Arts Training Institute graduate and 2011 Urban Bush Woman SLI fellow.
Students of Photography
Intersect Incubator Series
Work from UMSL and AI
January 31, 2015
Welcoming artists Kat Feldman, Brian Rolf, Jack Scott, Shannon Fitzgerald, Anna Brusselback, Grant Barber, Erika Osborn, Taz Carter, Ruthie Henderson, and David James
Recent Work: Kat Douglas
September 19th, 2014
Artist in Residence Kat Douglas shows work produced over the past year that compassionately and carefully addresses the social issues of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Missouri.
Metro High School
The Intersect Art Gallery worked with 24 seniors from Metro Academic and Classical high school to mount an exhibition and explore the processes of curating, hanging, documenting and writing about their work and learning about the world professional artists encounter while bringing their work to the public.
INAUGURAL SHOW: INTERSECTIONS
AUGUST 8TH, 2014
FEATURING RESIDENT ARTIST DAVE PAWL WHO PRODUCED A COLLECTION OF 84 PORTRAITS CELEBRATING THE COMMUNITY OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE COME TOGETHER AT THE INTERSECTION OF ART, CHURCH AND COMMUNITY! THE EXHIBITION ALSO INCLUDED 2 COLLABORATIVE VIDEO WORKS ENTITLED "RITUALS" AND "SPIRITS OF" PRODUCED BY DAVE PAWL AND SARAH BERNHARDT EXPLORING THE IDEAS OF RITUAL, HISTORY AND PLACE.
past exhibits and shows