Gallery artist, Thomas Sleet is featured in an article by James A. Anderson “‘Gateway to Nature” in the Miami Herald on his public art installation “River Ark" at the Audubon Center - Riverlands, West-Alton, IL. Read more at https://www.miamiherald.com/detour/article267401362.html
Gallery artist, Thomas Sleet is featured in an article by Scott Marion “‘River Ark’ Connect Art with Nature” in the Edwardsville Intelligencer on his public art installation “River Ark" at the Audubon Center - Riverlands, West-Alton, IL. Opens 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22. Read more at https://www.theintelligencer.com/news/article/River-Ark-connects-art-with-nature-17504634.php
Thomas Sleet has a public art installation “River Ark" at the Audubon Center - Riverlands, West-Alton, IL. More at https://riverlands.audubon.org/
Gallery artist, Thomas Sleet’s latest public sculpture was recently acquired by SQUARE, Inc. STL Office and installed in the lobby of their newly renovated building. Unfortunately, the building is not yet open to the public due to the ongoing quarantine. Stay tune for any update.
Great shout-out from Bryan Hollerbach (and Andrea Smith) in the Ladue News on our current group exhibition “Bilingual: Abstract and Figurative”. Read more at LADUE NEWS
We are pleased to present Thomas Sleet’s first limited edition “Ancestral Tracks, They Walked in Grace.” (2021, Print on Hahnemühle Cotton Archival Paper, 15 × 55.50 in, Ed. of 10) In 2020, the Saint Louis Art Museum included a sculpture in their permanent collection. Sleet attended Columbus College of Art and Design and Washington University... Continue Reading →
Bruno David Gallery congratulates Thomas Sleet for the acquisition of his sculpture “Integration 4D”, 2018, last shown at Bruno David Gallery during his 2019 exhibition Thomas Sleet: Integration: Sacred Space. Bruno David was pleased to work with SLAM’s Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Hannah Klemm on this acquisition. (Image: Thomas Sleet. Integration 4D,... Continue Reading →
Thomas Sleet continues his investigation into the structural dynamics of repeating forms and the interrelationships between resultant internal and external spaces. The evidence provided by these experiments evokes natural structure, synthetic assembly, and the possibilities of interface between. This work is inspired by methods of building found in nature; “I get inspiration from natural formations... Continue Reading →
This is the last week to view "Storms", an exhibition of new prints by Carmon Colangelo. The exhibibition will be on view through Saturday, May 3. A Gallery Talk with Carmon Colangelo and Thomas Sleet is Saturday, May 3 at 4 pm.Read more news at http://www.icontact-archive.com/QHjQp34F-iUNZL9dPhBmx5xblSSY07nP
The gallery is currently showing a series of prints by Carmon Colangelo. Read more news at http://www.icontact-archive.com/QHjQp34F-iUNZL9dPhBmx7pZfJHC26brStorms is an exhibition of experimental mixed media prints by Carmon Colangelo created at Flying Horse Editions. Using the processes of relief printmaking and chine-collé, Colangelo has developed a unique vocabulary of architectonic forms and fragments, repurposing discarded laser cut... Continue Reading →
Busy night for Thomas Sleet last Friday night! His opening at Bruno David Gallery and his band played at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM). Come to Grand Center and see his latest exhibition.
In the Project Room, the gallery presents an exhibition "Modem: Topology" by Thomas Sleet. In this current body of work, Thomas Sleet continues an investigation into the structural dynamics of repeating forms and the interrelationships between resultant internal and external spaces. The evidence provided by these experiments evokes natural structure, synthetic assembly and the possibilities of... Continue Reading →