Oak Street Art Collective welcome our new member Madeline Steimle. She is a talented and dedicated artist. We are enjoying her company and her talents.
Save the date, April 29, 2023
We are welcoming artists to jury with us to participate.
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The Thread that Binds. (Solo print exhibition)
Shrode Center, Cedarhurst Center for the Arts. Mt Vernon, IL
Exhibition dates: January 15 – February 12, 2023
Opening Reception: Saturday, January, 14th – 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Art Chat: night of the reception, Jan. 14, 6:00 p.m.
November 12, 2022, Oak Street Art Collective inaugurated the Logan Gallery at 1618 Edith Street, Murphysboro, IL.
The event was attended by the Murphysboro Mayor Mr. Will Stephens, and the Director of the Logan Museum, Mike Jones. The event was accompanied by a holiday sale, arts and crafts made by local artists. It took place at the Logan Gallery and at the main room of the Logan Museum, across the street.
We thank all participants as well as the public attending the sale.
Artwork by Luca Cruzat has been accepted to the juried exhibition Layers of Ink at Saint Louis Artists’ Guild. The exhibition opens August 19 - September 17, 2022, with the opening reception happening on Friday, August 19, 5-8pm.
Address: 12 North Jackson Avenue. St. Louis, MO 63105 (at the corner of Forsyth and Jackson)
Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 am - 6 pm. Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Layers of Ink aims to highlight trends in contemporary American printmaking and shine a spotlight on a cross-section of artists working in a variety of traditional, alternative, and experimental print processes.
Juror: Ruben Castillo is a printmaking and drawing faculty at the Kansas City Art Institute and Johnson County Community College.
Luca’s work will be included in 2022 Mid America Print Council Juried Members’ Exhibition hosted by the Kent State University, Center for Visual Arts Gallery (CVA).
Exhibition: October 11 – November 17, 2022
Guess Juror: Melissa Haviland. She is a professor at Ohio University where she teaches printmaking and papermaking and is the chair of the print area and the director of study of the Honors Tutorial
Saturday, June 25 Oak Street Art collective and friends will have a pop-up sale from 10 am to 5 pm. Location: 1618 Edith Street, Murphysboro (across from John A Logan Museum). All are welcome. We hope to see you there. Participants: Stephanie Dillard (stain glass), Sue Gindlesparger (jewelry), Cathy Schmidt (leather), Randy Lange (knives, wooden bowls), Madeline Steimle (fused glass, illustration), Mike Williams (greeting cards), Monte Bremer (wood), Diane Bremer (ceramics), Luca Cruzat (prints).
Our collective Oak Street Art is working to prepare the fair. For questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will have art and fine craft from regional artists, music all day long, children’s art activity area. We invite you to visit the fair and enjoy the day.
The Logan Museum will be open. There is the permanent collection about General Logan, as well as Art History Competition exhibit with work of students from the region. Awards will be given on Saturday, April 23.
See you then,
Sue, Cathy, Darby, Stephanie and Luca
Oak Street Art