Old School, New Rules 
February 15 – April 13, 2019
Gallery of Photography

Showcasing photographers who use 19th and early 20th century processes to comment on contemporary issues and subjects, the exhibit highlights how these antique methods of artistic expression can still have powerful validity in today’s world. Despite, or perhaps because of, the readiness, ease, and ubiquity of photography in the 21st century, there has been a movement of photographic artists who have turned to early processes like the tintype, ambrotype and daguerreotype to delineate their subjects, imbuing their work with a beauty and material quality not found in photos made with social media and instant filters. The exhibition will include work by David Emitt Adams, Binh Danh, Jill Enfield, Mark Katzman, Annie Lopez, Barbara McDonnell, Eric Omori, Keliy Anderson Staley, and Will Wilson.

Wallace Herndon Smith: Paintings and Drawings
February 15 – April 13, 2019
Bellwether Gallery of St. Louis Artists

Born in 1901, Wallace Herndon Smith was a traditional painter who absorbed the visual language of artists like Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse, and Edward Hopper. In the late 1930s, his work gained attention from important American artists like Hopper, Walt Kuhn, and Peggy Bacon. He traveled extensively to Europe, Mexico and America’s East Coast, and had a summer residence and studio in Harbor Springs, Michigan, subjects of which are found in several works in the exhibit. His works have been exhibited widely including in New York at the Museum of Modern Art and in Philadelphia, St. Louis and many other cities.

Identity: Art by Students of Wentzville High School
February 15 – April 13, 2019
AT&T Gallery of Children’s Art

This exhibit showcases the talents of students from Wentzville High School who, in their curriculum, study the expression of identity. Humanity shares a common characteristic—the desire to be recognized by others. One common way to gain recognition is through the individual pursuit of originality. The works in the exhibition aim to convey a sense of how we identify, justly or not, one another’s individuality based on the experiences of living in a diverse society.

Evan and Stacey Smith: Liminal Spaces
February 15 – April 13, 2019
Bernoudy Gallery of Architecture

Liminal Spaces is a collection of architectural sculptures by husband-and-wife team Evan and Stacey Smith. Offering immersive and meditative experiences, the sculptures either directly or indirectly mimic artistic and religious spaces. Carefully constructed and lit with programmable LED lighting, the works draw the viewer into the imaginary environments they create.