ARTISTS' COLONY AND SUMMER SCHOOL OF ART
11 oil paintings and 5 drawings by Colony artists owned by the Woman's Club of Ste. Genevieve displayed at the Welcome Center located at Main and Market streets. This collection of artwork represents a turning point in American art produced during the difficult Depression years by a group of prominent artists who gathered here each summer. Ongoing.
ROSCOE MISSELHORN GALLERY
35 drawings owned by the City of Ste. Genevieve displayed at the Welcome Center located at Main and Market streets. Roscoe Misselhorn (1902-1997) from nearby Sparta, Ill. has been called the Norman Rockwell of the Midwest, and Ste. Genevieve was a favorite subject. The influence of the Artist's Colony and the Regionalist movement is revealed in his portrayals of local scenes. Ongoing.
4th FRIDAY ART WALK
Features rotating exhibits throughout the year at a dozen galleries around town, which are open during regular business hours. (Not open December and January).
See separate Event page for galleries and hours.
ART AT THE KOETTING BUILDING
Special themed exhibits of varied mediums by individual Guild artists inside the Koetting Building at 360 Market Street (across from courthouse with banners for Ste. Genevieve Museum at top). New exhibit opens each 4th Friday from March through June and remains open ALL SATURDAYS March 25 - July 29.
ART AT SAINTE GENEVIEVE WINERY
Representative art by individual Guild artists inside the winery at 245 Merchant Street. Daily 10am to 4pm continuing throughout the year with rotating artwork assemblages. Also open on 4th Fridays from 6-9pm. Featured Artists Exhibit opens each 4th Friday beginning in May. Themes are March-April "Other Worlds", April-May "Garden Walk", May-June "Summer Concert", June-July "One Subject - Two Views"
13TH ANNUAL PLEIN AIR ART SHOW AND SALE
See separate Event page for details on competition. Exhibit of work continues throughout event; September 20-24, 2017.
HOLIDAY ART SHOW
This is always the biggest exhibit of the year, and includes not only original art, but prints, cards, miniatures and a variety of 3-dimensional pieces designed to entice Holiday shoppers as well as browsers. Location to be announced. Open the weekend of the traditional Holiday Festival on December 2-3. Hours are 10am to 4pm on Saturdays and 10am to 3pm in Sundays.