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Never give up!

I loved this trailer for the "Making It" documentary. The everyday struggles of an artist, and how to make a living as one. I cannot wait to see the documentary of it.

I have been through my struggles in the past few years, and have finally gotten to a point in my life with my art that I am truly happy. I failed many times, but I never gave up. I just learned from my failures, and continued to grow. 

"Making It" Official Trailer from Anthony Francis Moorman on Vimeo.

Posted by Katie on April 6, 2014 at 7:24pm

Faces Project at Soulard Art Market

The Faces Project



Artists in The Faces Project paint a portrait of a child who was killed by gun violence. These portraits are donated to the victim's family. These children are not just numbers or statistics. Each one of them was a life ended. Each one has a face. The Faces Project works with victims' advocacy groups to bring you this powerful exhibit on May 9, 2013 at Soulard Art Market from 6 to 9pm.



The Faces Project was started by Christine Ilewski after she received a phone call telling her that a close friend, Father Lorenzo Rosebaugh, had been gunned down in Guatemala. Lorenzo was dearly revered by children and had just buried two young teens, victims of gun violence. The focus of the project is to protest the unacceptable number of young lives lost to gun violence. One is too many.



The Soulard Art Market Contemporary Art Gallery is an unique gallery and studio complex located in the historic Soulard neighborhood of Saint Louis, Missouri.

Soulard Art Market

2028 South 12th Street

St. Louis, MO 63104



http://www.soulardartmarket.com



Maintained by a core of ten professional artists, The Soulard Art Market Contemporary Art Gallery is a venture which strives towards making a difference...



In partnership with the gallery is Youth Education and Health in Soulard. YEHS is a…

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Posted by Jane Linders on March 24, 2014 at 9:43pm

Selling ArtWork Online

Sell your art online, nation wide - here is a link to over 250+ sites--- http://www.artsyshark.com/125-places-to-sell/ make sure to link your ecommerce sites to your MySLArt.org profile page so collectors know how to purchase online, if they are unable to come to your gallery showings!

Posted by MySLArt.org on March 19, 2014 at 10:05am

Craft Art Bar to Open On Cherokee!

The Scoop: Craft Art Bar to open on Cherokee Street

January 15th 12:01pm, 2014

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{Craft Art Bar owners Tom Halaska (left) and Tatyana Telnikova (right) stand with interior designer and builder Jamie Jessop(center).}

 

On the heels of the news that Yaqui’s will soon open on Cherokee Street comes word of its new neighbor. Craft Art Bar will be located just feet away at 2732 Cherokee St., and is set to open in early March.

Craft Art Bar is a project by Tom Halaska and Tatyana Telnikova. Halaska and Telnikova are both figures in the local bar scene. He is the general manager at Sasha’s on Shaw; she owns HandleBar in The Grove.  They plan to make Craft Art Bar a bar that embraces art of all kinds – from the local art featured on the walls to live performances to art magazines and board games. “Come in, be inspired, bring your sketchbook – whatever your craft is,” Halaska said. “There won’t be TVs with sports on, but we will have things here to occupy your time.”

 

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{The owners hope to replace the front windows with stained glass.}

Craft Art Bar won’t just settle your fix for art – it will quench your thirst and fill your belly. On the beverage side, five taps will be dedicated to local…

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Posted by MySLArt.org on January 18, 2014 at 1:30am — 1 Comment

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STL Area Art Happenings

MySLArt.org's "33April" Art Exhibition Friday 4/18 @ The Old Orchard Gallery Click here for details

SWIC Student Art Show 4/17 @ The William and Florence Schmidt Art Center Click here for details

Third Friday Free Party: Hot Rods to Eco-Friendly Teslas @ Third Degree Glass Factory 4/18 Click here for details

The Gallery at RAC Presents: The Art of Craft @ The Regional Arts Commission Building 4/18 Click here for details 

Zack Smithey "Twain's World" Solo Exhibit 4/18 @Missouri Athletic Club Click  here for details

The Crystal World (1966) By J.G. Ballard @ The Pulitzer Foundation 4/19 Click here for details

Unique Boutique - Spring Edition 4/19 @Syndicate Lofts Click here for details

Silence & Noise 4/19 @ Art Saint Louis Click here for details

Ten Dreamers 4/25 @ SOHA Gallery Click here for details

STL Shoots: Contemporary Street Photographers from STL @ The Photography Hall Of Fame Until 4/27 Click here for details

Garden Impressions: Photography of Charles Dana 3/16-5/30 @ Missouri Botanical Gardens Monsanto Hall Click here for details

Tom Dykas - CERAMICS - "VITREOUS ATTACHMENT" 5/2 @ SOHA Gallery Click here for details

STL Outsider Art Fair 2014 5/2 & 3rd @ Koken Art Click for here details

Pure Photography: Pictorial & Modern Photographs 5/2 @ The Foundry Art Centre Click here for details

"Levelling" 100 Paintings by Dan Jaboor 5/3 @The Syndicate Building Click here for details

4 MORE 5/3 @The Syndicate Building Click here for details

Krueger Pottery Supply's Annual Sale 5/2 & 3rd Click here for details

 

Free Family Fun Day @ the Foundry Art Centre 5/4 Click here for details

The Faces Project Exhibit @ Soulard Art Market 5/9 Click here for details

PXSTL: Lots Opening Reception 5/9 @ the Pulitzer Foundation Click here for details

Patricia Vinyard - DRAWINGS " YOU ARE THE MANY, YOU ARE THE ONE" 5/16 @ SOHA Gallery Click here for details

 THE LATHE OF HEAVEN (1971) BY URSULA K. LEGUIN 5/17 @ The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts Click here for details

ART&AIR 2014 6/6-6/8 @ Eden Theological Seminary Click here for details

BURNING CHROME (1982) BY WILLIAM GIBSON 6/21 @ The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts Click here for details

 

 

 

 

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