B Extraordinaire is delighted to announce "Somewhere Out There" oil painting by Kathy Corey was awarded Best of Show at the Art St. Louis XXXVI The Exhibition. Juror Meredith Malone, Associate Curator at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in St. Louis selected the following Award recipients (Best of Show): Kathy Corey; Awards of Excellence: Mark Appling Fisher, Sharon Harper, Cary Horton, Douglas Simes. Thank you, Art Saint Louis and Meredith Malone. #artstlouis #meredithmalone #bextraordinaire #seascape #oilpainting See more at https://lnkd.in/gUB_ca4
Congratulations to B Extraordinaire artist Kathy Corey. She has received the Award of Merit for her painting "The Search for Knowledge" at the "Art of Darkness" Exhibition presented by the Soulard Gallery. This exhibit will be on view in the main gallery and runs from 10/23/2020 through 11/20/2020 with opening weekends instead of an opening night due to Covid-19 safety concerns.
This painting affectionately known as "Caveman" was inspired by the loss and fear felt when knowledge is obscured and we are left in the darkness searching for the unknown.
There is still time to stop by the gallery to see this artwork and the other creepy, spooky and disturbing works on the display.
Art Saint Louis presents "Art St. Louis XXXVI, The Exhibition"
on view November 14-December 17, 2020. Free M-F 8-3, Sat. 9-2
I am honored that "Somewhere Out There," oil on canvas, was one of 55 chosen out of 509 artworks for display. This event this year had Meredith Malone, the Associate Curator for the Kemper Art Museum, as the Juror. Thank you Meredith Malone and Art Saint Louis.
This is one of the coolest living artworks I have seen. I could watch this for hours. See more information about this living urban artwork below.
ABOUT THE CORAL CITY CAMERA
The Coral City Camera is an underwater camera streaming live from an urban reef in Miami, Florida. It is located along the shoreline at the east end of PortMiami in about 10’ (3m) of water. It was deployed by Coral Morphologic as a hybrid art-science research project produced with Bridge Initiative and Bas Fisher Invitational and initially funded through grants awarded by a Knight Arts Challenge grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Coral City Camera provides a fish-eye view into the urban marine ecosystem that has developed around the human-made shorelines of Miami.
Old, Bold, & In the Grass - there is nothing more powerful, spiritual than nature - peaceful or angry. Especially now during our pandemic. Show us your best of nature. Enter here.
Submit your art for "Old, Bold, & In the Grass" This exhibit will be in on view in our main gallery 09/18/2020 through 10/16/2020 with opening weekends instead of an opening night due to Covid-19 safety concerns.
Details: Artwork must be created in last 2 years
Fee: $30 due only for accepted work
Deadline: 9/7/2020 5PM
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