An Accidental Mural and Window Painter

Sherri Davis had a lifelong love of arts and crafts, Now she is a full-time artist, painting murals, windows, and portraits of animals and people.


Artist of the Week: Natalie Schloss

This artist’s work often features bridges, historic buildings, changing landscapes, and religious subjects. She paints with watercolor and acrylics, and she has painted the St. Louis arch from many different perspectives.


First time in Missouri Portraits of Veterans by President George W. Bush

See this tribute honoring the service and sacrifice of veterans, painted by a former president in the only venue chosen to host this year. The show was last seen in Houston in early 2020.


A Haunted Night of Stories and Songs

Ghost Light: A Haunted Night of Songs and Stories offers food trucks and family activities. This concert combines a concert with ghost stories and is performed by professional musicians and storytellers for some frightening fun. 


Nature-inspired Pottery

Laura Hohn's art depicts the natural world in the form of leaves and ripples on the vases, plates, and mugs. Most of her work is functional, designed to be useful as well as beautiful, but she also does some sculpture. Her dishware, serving platters, and wine chillers are food sale, lead-free, and can be used in the microwave, oven, and dishwasher and are intended for daily use, but will last a lifetime with proper care.


Woodcarver Loves Art of “Taking Away”

Warren Soper, from Missouri, is a wood carver who has been carving since 1973.


Colorful, nature-inspired glass artwork

Wanda Tyner is a glass artist who enjoys bringing creativity, color, and beauty into our everyday lives by making wall hangings, sculptures, vases, bowls, tableware, garden art, clocks, and jewelry.


Making the Past Present

Nineteenth-Century Black Soldiers Live Again in the Paintings of Essex Garner