Latest news (6-17-2021) about our dear friend, mentor, and BDG artist, Leslie Laskey. He is now at the BJC Hospice and hasn’t regained consciousness. Please keep him in your thoughts or prayers. He was going to be 100 on July 2, 2021.
Save the Date: Saturday, June 20, 2021. 4 pm. Monika Weiss will be showing “KATAIGIS” at the Streamfest Spring 2021, organized by Infrequent Seams (IS)More at Infrequent Seam
Thank you to our 165+ visitors! Great safe time at the gallery’s all-day opening for the group exhibition BILINGUAL: ABSTRACT & FIGURATIVE. View exhibition online at BDG | ARTSY
You are invited to our Opening Preview for the group exhibition BILINGUAL: ABSTRACT & FIGURATIVE, and “Toxic Love” by Chris Rubin de la Borbolla at the gallery's vitrine space Window on Forsyth (on view 24/7)., Saturday, June 12, 2021. 4-8 pm. More at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
Tonight, while driving on Forsyth Blvd in Clayton, see an installation “Toxic Love” by Chris Rubin de la Borbolla at the gallery's vitrine space Window on Forsyth (on view 24/7). Opening is Saturday 6/12, 4-8 pm. Read more at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
BDG interns, Claire Harkins and Zoe Scully. The gallery’s interns are always so very helpful running the gallery and installing the exhibit with me. Thank you, Nina, Jordan, Claire, Zoe and Grace. Meet the interns at our opening this Saturday, June 12, 2021, 4-8 pm. More at ARTSY / BDG
Memorial Day is a time to stop, reflect and honor all the brave service members who lost their lives defending our country. It’s not just a long weekend to kick off summer — it’s the ideal opportunity to say thank you for their sacrifice. (Images: WW2 Veteran & Artist, Leslie Laskey, 100 years-old. Arlington National... Continue Reading →
Put your Patsy Cline boots on and come to the gallery to see our current exhibits. There are closing today (11-5 pm). Image: Ben Brough. “What if Patsy Cline and Philip Guston were Friends”, 2021.
Gallery artist, Yvette Drury Dubinsky is included in Dieu Donné’ s “SUMMER PAPER: A Benefit Exhibition”. More at Dieu Donné website
Great studio visit at Carmon Colangelo ‘s studio with terrific new work done in 2020/21 ( @carmon.colangelo ) His upcoming solo exhibition opens September 3, 2021. My 37th Season (16th in #STL)
Save the Date: Saturday, June 12, 2021 Bruno David is pleased to present “Bilingual: Abstract & Figurative,” a group exhibition of abstract and figurative artworks selected in order to showcase parallel theoretical and philosophical concerns.
Recorded Museum Lecture with curator Hannah Klemm and Dana Levy on her current exhibition “Currents 119: Dana Levy” at the Saint Louis Art Museum (until Augusts 15, 2021.) Dana Levy. Levy is the recipient of the 2019–2020 Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Fellowship, which includes a residency at the Sam Fox School of Design... Continue Reading →
Museum Talk with Elizabeth Wyckoff, Hannah Klemm and Buzz Spector on his current exhibition “Buzz Spector: Alterations” at St. Louis Art Museum (until May 31, 2021.) There are very few distinct lines in nature, so the task of an artist rendering forms is one of making lines stand in for edges, delineating forms in space... Continue Reading →
Here are 3 new paintings by Chris Kahler (Unfortunately they just sold!) “Morphotype C-1, C-2, C-3”, Acrylic and ink on wood panel, 55 x 30 x 2 in. (139.7 × 76.2 cm) More available at BDG | ARTSY | WEBSITE
Nice write up by Bryan Hollerbach in Ladue News on Leslie Laskey with quotes from his former students and peers. Hi current exhibition “Then & Now” closes May 29. Pick up a copy or read it at LADUE NEWS
Congratulation to Susan Colangelo (Saint Louis Story Stitchers), is among the ten women to be honored for volunteerism in the 2021 Class of Women of Achievement. The awards honor female volunteers who positively impact and enhance the quality of life in the St. Louis area. The awards will be presented on Nine PBS. More at... Continue Reading →
Nice write up by Doug Kneibert in the SEDALIA DEMOCRAT on Douglass Freed’s work and his studio practice.