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ART FAIR September 10,11,12 | Clayton, Missouri A Wonderland of Art





he 2010 Saint Louis Art Fair is judged by a blind jury of five artists who knew nothing of this year’s artwork besides its medium prior to review. The jury ranked the submitted work for originality, technical execution, and overall quality to determine which artists qualify for exhibition. Four of the jurors have returned to St. Louis to determine the award and cash-prize winners. Awards categories include Best of Show, four Juror’s Awards, the Sally Murdaugh Memorial Award, 10 first-place awards, and 10 second-place awards. The winners of these awards will automatically qualify for exhibition in next year’s fair, should they choose to participate.

Kina Crow Allison Park, PA Booth # 317

Joe DeCamillis    Birmingham, AL Booth # 403


Rick Abrams DeLand, FL Booth # 623

Rimas Ciurlionis Berwyn, IL Booth # 314

Leslie Emery Madison, WI Booth # 525

Chris Bruno Lexington, VA Booth # 610

Will Corr Holmes Beach, FL Booth # 508

Keith Grace Rockford, IL Booth # 225



Aaron Hequembourg Monticello, GA Booth # 210

Marian Steen St. Louis, MO Booth # 100

Valerie Bunnell Northampton, MA Booth # 531

Beverly Hayden Chattanooga, TN Booth # 528

Gena Ollendieck Cresco, IA Booth # 128

Jan Bilek Little Canada, MN Booth # 626

Barbara Bouman Jay Cuddy Valley, CA Booth # 606

Lynn Whipple Winter Park, FL Booth # 234

David Burton Indialantic, FL Booth # 206

Nicario Jimenez Naples, FL Booth # 135

Michele Smith Indianapolis, IN Booth # 209

Robert Briscoe Harris, MN Booth # 421

Amy Flynn Raleigh, NC Booth # 110 *Hosted by Garage Designs

Jeremy Lampe Saint Louis, MO Booth # 202

Eugenie Torgerson Niles, MI Booth # 510

Joseph Bruhin Fox, AR Booth # 303

Lou Michaels Boca Raton, FL Booth # 514

Betsy Youngquist   Rockford, IL  Booth # 611

Fong Choo Louisville, KY Booth # 103

Hetty & Norman Metzger Homosassa, FL Booth # 233

2010 Jurors / Steve Teczar

James Nemnich Indialantic, FL Booth # 108

Carolyn Reynolds Laguna Beach, CA Booth # 526

Steve Teczar is an artist whose work includes drawings and other works on or off paper, sculpture, mixed-media pieces, collections of found materials, and site-specific installations. He is a professor of art at Maryville University and was chair of the Art & Design Division for 20 years. Mr. Teczar holds a master’s degree in painting and printmaking from Washington University, as well as a master’s degree in interior design and a bachelor’s degree in art from the University of Missouri.


James & Victoria Mullan Pompano Beach, FL Booth # 507

Paul Eshelman Elizabeth, IL Booth # 537





Jennifer Falter Springfield, MO Booth # 634

Michael Lancaster & Barbara Harnack Cerrillos, NM Booth # 520

Jennifer McCurdy Vineyard Haven, MA Booth # 500

Chuck Solberg St. Paul, MN Booth # 201

Deanna Henion Reeds Springs, MO Booth # 213

Edward J. Avila Niles, MI Booth # 511

Nathan Falter Springfield, MO Booth # 635

Debra LeAir St. Paul, MN Booth # 124

Stephen Merritt Rochester, NY Booth # 131

Justin Teilhet Yellow Springs, OH Booth # 414

Joe Hoynik Los Angeles, CA Booth # 104

Jeffrey Cannon Austin, TX Booth # 636

Michael Frasca Harrodsburg, KY Booth # 211

Becky & Steve Lloyd Clyde, NC Booth # 304

Andy Rogers Maryville, MO Booth # 307

Andrew Van Assche Plainfield, MA Booth # 612

Daryl Thetford Chattanooga, TN Booth # 200

Don Coons Wichita, KS Booth # 522

Jay Thompson Deerfield, IL Booth # 306

Beth Crowder West Union, WV Booth # 309

2010 Jurors / Nicario Jimenez

Rick Hintze Johnson Creek, WI Booth # 223

William Kidd Miramar, FL Booth # 224

Nicario Jimenez studied sculpture at the Centro de Capacitacion Artesanal de Huamanaga and attended the Universidad Nacional San Cristobal de Huamanga in Ayacucho, Peru. He fashions people, animals, and mythical figurines from a doughy mixture of boiled potato and gypsum powder using only a small piece of wood resembling an enlarged toothpick. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., selected his work for its Seeds of Change exhibit and later purchased the work for its permanent collection.Â


Digital Art

John Charbonneau Santa Fe, NM Booth # 617

Gary Gackstatter Kirkwood, MO Booth # 109




Drawing and Pastels

Clare Malloy Chicago, IL Booth # 129

Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens Petersburg, VA Booth # 601

Harvey Greenwald Warwick, NY Booth # 613

Sandra Miller West Chester, PA Booth # 527

Kenneth & Kathy Robinson Berkeley Springs, WV Booth # 218

Stephan Cox River Falls, WI Booth # 227

James Nemnich Indialantic, FL Booth # 108

Karen Gelbard Pacific City, OR Booth # 119

Mary Jackson Johns Island, SC Booth # 215

Kimberly Morris Wallowa, OR Booth # 501

Kathleen & Charles Tesnakis Troy, NY Booth # 313

Tony Cray New Melle, MO Booth # 411

Amy Gillespie Arlington, MA Booth # 217

Kelly Marshall Minneapolis, MN Booth # 203

Leon Niehues Huntsville, AR Booth # 513

Horace & Shawn Thomas Belton, TX Booth # 410

Scott Gamble Cumming, GA Booth # 516

Ginger O’Neil Saint Louis, MO Booth # 533

Flora Zarate Naples, FL Booth # 133

Earl James Cleveland, OH Booth # 628


Sally Bright Fenton, MI Booth # 120

Marcia Derse Sylvania, OH Booth # 637

2010 Jurors / David Smith David Smith is an art collector living in St. Louis. For many years, David held the position of vice president of creative development and entertainment for SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, where he led the creative development of architects and other designers for new shows, attractions, and parks both domestically and internationally. In 2008, Mr. Smith started his own creative and strategic planning consulting firm, Smithink. He is also board chairman for Cultural Festivals.


Mary O’Shea Weybridge, VT Booth # 220

Duncan McClellan Tampa, FL Booth # 219





Doug Cavanah Photographer captures nature’s

fleeting beauty in this year’s commemorative print


oug Cavanah shot the 2010 Saint Louis Art Fair Commemorative Print—a photograph titled “Prelude”— while attending an art fair in Pensacola, Fla., in October 2009. “These festivals give you the opportunity to be places you wouldn’t normally be, so I typically get up early to take photos,” says Cavanah, who captured the winning shot just before an early morning thunderstorm. Cavanah’s body of work contains a wide array of landscape shots, including a number of beach scenes. He says all of the elements came together for “Prelude.” “I think that light is the most important factor [in photography],” he says. “I find that you can take a mundane object like a boardwalk, add great light, and you have a great photograph. “I have a newspaper background, and I always take more than one shot,” adds Cavanah. “But I didn’t have much time, and as with most thunderstorms, the light was very fleeting.” Still, after shooting in Pensacola four mornings in a row, Cavanah knew this particular shot would be a winner. “This frame definitely stood out.”


Robinson Scott Anoka, MN Booth # 519

Frederick Warren N. Muskegon, MI Booth # 631


Randi Chervitz Saint Louis, MO Booth # 111

Pam Kehoe-Peterson Rockford, IL Booth # 221

Lisa D’Agostino Napa, CA Booth # 412

Duke Klassen & LaDes Glanzer Minneapolis, MN Booth # 115

Andrew Shea Minneapolis, MN Booth # 113

Debra Adelson Collingswood, NJ Booth # 632

Michele Friedman Chicago, IL Booth # 600

Thomas McGurrin Sanbornton, NH Booth # 229

Marianne Shepardson Black Mountain, NC Booth # 107

Christine Bartling Park Ridge, IL Booth # 418

Carol Fugmann Webster, NY Booth # 214

James & Victoria Mullan Pompano Beach, FL Booth # 507

Sam Stang & Kaeko Maehata Augusta, MO Booth # 505

Amy Buettner & Tucker Glasow Portland, OR Booth # 609

Wiwat Kamolpornwijit Alexandria, VA Booth # 310

John & Carolyn Ruff Springfield, MO Booth # 415




Marlene Rose Booth # 212 Clearwater, FL


Jonathan Rutledge Evanston, IL Booth # 524

Fred Tate Austin, TX Booth # 230

Jerry Scavezze & Toni Tischer Salida, CO Booth # 622

Connie Verrusio Highland, NY Booth # 204

Julie Seymour Hillpoint, WI Booth # 123

Caroline Viene Eugene, OR Booth # 419

Susan & Jeff Wise Durango, CO Booth # 616


Robert Crecelius Farmington, MO Booth # 207

2010 Jurors / Kate Maury-Gilmore

Mary Smith St. Charles, MO Booth # 102

Trish Stevenson Black Earth, WI Booth # 106

Kate Maury-Gilmore received a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Kansas City Art Institute and a master’s degree from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Ms. Maury-Gilmore’s work is published in contemporary ceramic-art books, such as Making Marks: Discovering the Ceramic Surface by Robbin Hopper and The Art of Contemporary American Pottery by Kevin Hluch. Currently, she resides in St. Paul, Minn., and teaches art and design at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.



Janet Miller Antioch, TN Booth # 523


Matthew Cornell Orlando, FL Booth # 530

Randall Riemer Mineral Point, WI Booth # 517

Juli Adams Seattle, WA Booth # 237

Scott Coulter Sarasota, FL Booth # 122

Elaine Unzicker Ojai, CA Booth # 638

Patrick Clark Hutchinson, KS Booth # 228

Dave DeLaCruz Tampa, FL Booth # 401

2010 Jurors / Jerry Gilmore

Tom Walsh Philomath, OR Booth # 125

Jeffrey Zachmann Fergus Falls, MN Booth # 614

Jerry Gilmore received his bachelor’s degree in fiber and painting from Western Washington University and his master’s degree in painting and drawing from Washington State University. Mr. Gilmore served as the executive director and curator at the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art and later as the director and curator at Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities in Arvada, Colo. Mr. Gilmore is currently an independent curator and visual artist and writer. He recently moved to St. Paul, Minn.


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Board of Directors

Michel Delgado Key West, FL Booth # 305

Krista Harris Bayfield, CO Booth # 620

David Smith Chair Dwight Erdbruegger Treasurer Laura Haller Secretary Kathy Reeves Chair, Development Committee Gary Feder Chair, Governance Committee David Forth Chair, Program Committee Marian Nunn Chair, Strategic Planning

Nora Akerberg Gene Dobbs Bradford Christine Brzycki Kathy Conley Jones Charlie Dooley Ellen Gale Joanne Gladney Linda Goldstein Jesse Hill Carrie Kouri Craig Owens Don Poling dr. Donald Senti dr. Susan Uchitelle DR. Sharmon B. Wilkinson Gary Wolff

Melissa Dominiak Hannibal, MO Booth # 627

Ginny Herzog Minneapolis, MN Booth # 236

Andy Fletcher Waukesha, WI Booth # 504

Joachim Knill Hannibal, MO Booth # 420

Charles Gatewood Phoenix City, AL Booth # 515

Alicia LaChance Saint Louis, MO Booth # 205

Bruce Peeso Monson, MA Booth # 512

Richard Hall Mesa, AZ Booth # 629

Scott Olson Chicago, IL Booth # 127

James Petran   Iowa City, IA Booth # 618




Christine Reichow Estero, FL Booth # 518

John Whipple Winter Park, FL Booth # 232

Nonprofit Partners For the past 17 years, The Saint Louis Art Fair has been honored to collaborate with many of Saint Louis’ finest nonprofit organizations.

Stephen Sebastian High Point, NC Booth # 607

Joel Anderson Lykens, PA Booth # 615

Phyllis Stapler Durango, CO Booth # 621

Doug Cavanah Auburndale, FL Booth # 134

Nonprofit Concessions Partners Art Dimensions 314-600-6853 Cinema St. Louis 314-284-4150 Clayton Century Foundation 314-226-9893 Clayton Chamber of Commerce 314-726-3033 Clayton Community Theatre 314-721-9228 Downtown St. Louis Residents’ Association 314-308-7292 Hot City Theatre 314-289-4061 Shaw Neighborhood Improvement Association 314-771-3101 St. Louis Actors’ Studio 314-458-2978 St. Louis Harmony Chorus 314-963-7805

Marian Steen Saint Louis, MO Booth # 100

George & Mary Ann Clark Manhattan, KS Booth # 503

Micheal Paul Cole Hannibal, MO Booth # 625

Suzy Scarborough Columbia, SC Booth # 624





Committee Chairs

Chris Dahlquist Kansas City, MO Booth # 400

Clifton Henri Chicago, IL Booth # 121

Ellie Diez-Massaro Winter Park, FL Booth # 535

H.J. Herrera Alachua, FL Booth # 316

Raquel Edwards Portland, OR Booth # 534

Cali Hobgood-Lemme Urbana, IL Booth # 231

John Galbo Saginaw, MI Booth # 506

Rich Killion Warminster, PA Booth # 633

Ray Hartl Salem, WI Booth # 408

Alan Klug Ft. Collins, CO Booth # 101


Art Studio Cynthia Billingsley, Rob Corbett Laura Haller, Denise Wallhermfechtel Artist Relations David Forth, Scott Sarandis, Krista Schaub, Stacey Tull, Corge Umlauf, Sarah Umlauf Arts In Action Robin Hirsch, Christine Malinee Auction Karen Clerc, Lucy White Cash Operations Dwight Erdbruegger, Jim Stephenson Concessions Jim Brewen, Mike Henderson, Kathleen Jolivette, Wade Rose, Jim Slack, Ida Solano, Monica Stegman Creative Castle Kelly Diehl Emergency Services Matt Jacobson , Brian Zinanni Food Judging Alison Fox Guest Relations Tammy Thompson, Jarretha Whitaker Landscaping Lee Ann Caffrey, Doug Wolter Merchandise Kate Bohnert, Saundra Bryan, Janice Denigan On-site Judging Ann Gold, Susan Kronemer, Donna Thackrey, Dan Winkelmann Operations Janey Brewen, Brett Fox, Ben Mohrmann, Dave Roser, Gary Scheipeter Performance Coordination Andre Brown, Beverly Hughes Special Events Mary Ann Goldberg, Cindy Whitney, Sharmon Wilkinson Student Mentoring Ron Fondaw, Sharron Pollack Volunteer Coordination Ann Mahoney, Brittany Perez Toni Roser Wine & Martini Service Halcyone Brown, Drew Daniels, Carla Johnson, Carmen Pace-McFerren, Karin Metzger, Tina Siebert



Cultural Festivals

Ken Konchel Saint Louis, MO Booth # 300

Kyle Spears Nashville, IN Booth # 405

Steve & Rita Lohr Olathe, KS Booth # 308

Daryl Thetford Chattanooga, TN Booth # 200

Banister Pope Boone, NC Booth # 126

Glen & Gayle Wans Kansas City, MO Booth # 112

Garry Seidel Davie, FL Booth # 226

Vincent Serbin Lake Katrine, NY Booth # 630


Chia Haruta Hanover, MI Booth # 116


Cindy Lerick President and Executive Director Laura Miller Director of Operations and Programming Bruce Schwerdt Graphic, IT & Social Media Coordinator Erin Vlasaty Event Coordinator Zoe Hillenmeyer Volunteer and Production Coordinator Ashley Carlson Productions Intern Erica Virgin Graphic Design Intern Grace Lowe Development Intern De Nichols Social Media and Graphic Design Intern

Wendy Hill Johnson Creek, WI Booth # 404

Barbara Bouman Jay Cuddy Valley, CA Booth # 606

Seung Lee Maplewood, MN Booth # 105



Steve Nowatzki Minneapolis, MN Booth # 502

George Raab Millbrook, Ontario Booth # 301

James Skvarch Syracuse, NY Booth # 529


John Petrey Chattanooga, TN Booth # 312

Lewis Tardy Kalamazoo, MI Booth # 509

Sarah Rishel Atlanta, GA Booth # 521

Louis Andrew Milwaukee, WI Booth # 208

John Whipple Winter Park, FL Booth # 232

Stephen Sebastian High Point, NC Booth # 607

Larry Fox Omena, MI Booth # 402

C.T. Whitehouse Cedarburg, WI Booth # 536

Grant Silverstein Mansfield, PA Booth # 302

Jack & Alice McLean Johnsburg, IL Booth # 216



FEATURED ARTISTS Jerry Scavezze & Toni Tischer


James Edward Barnes Woolwine, VA Booth # 603

Michael Bauermeister Augusta, MO Booth # 639

Matthew Hatala Danielsville, GA Booth # 413

Ray Jones Asheville, NC Booth # 311

Robinson Scott Anoka, MN Glass 763-213-1276 Booth # 519

Salida, CO Jewelry Booth # 622 719-539-2971

Jay McDougall Fergus Falls, MN Booth # 619

Marian Steen

John Galbo

St. Louis, MO Two-Dimensional Mixed Media, Painting 314-994-1196 Booth # 100

Tim O’Neill Belleville, WI Booth # 315

Saginaw, MI Photography 989-791-1161 Booth # 506

John & Carolyn Ruff

Ron Dekok Belleville, WI Booth # 114

Richard Judd Belleville, WI Booth # 130

Michael Hamilton & Dee Roberts Boise, ID Booth # 406

David Young Solon, IA Booth # 409

Portland, OR Jewelry Booth # 609

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Garry Seidel

Davie, FL Photography 954-452-0236 Booth # 226

Marlene Rose

Doug Cavanah

Clearwater, FL Glass 727-709-2620 Booth # 212

Auburndale, FL Photography 863-738-5957 Booth # 134


Amy Buettner & Tucker Glasow

Cultural Festivals is a not-for-profit corporation, designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)3 organization and is tax-exempt in the state of Missouri. All support goes directly toward the presentation of the annual Saint Louis Art Fair and its various cultural outreach programs and services presented throughout the year. Donations to Cultural Festivals are tax-deductible as charitable contributions.

Seattle, WA Painting 425-281-0536 Booth # 237

Springfield, MO Jewelry 417-862-9299 Booth # 415

Cultural Festivals

Terry Evans Overland Park, KS Booth # 416

Juli Adams


* Schedule is subject to change.

Main Stage Friday, September 10

5:30–7 p.m. Gackstatter Come see these rising stars in action, before they go on tour with Sublime. 7:30–9 p.m. Teddy Presberg Teddy is often compared to the funky, soulful jazz musicians such as Grant Green and Eddie Harris and is known for speaking his own language on the guitar. 9:30–10 p.m. MADCO Modern American Dance Company (MADCO) creates innovative and memorable dance performances.

Saturday, September 11 12–1:30 p.m. 5 Man Trio 5 Man Trio comprises three college professors, including one of our own artists (Gary Gackstatter), featuring original songwriting and a combination of acoustic guitars, mandolin, bass, trumpet, trombone and harmonica. 2:30–3:30 p.m. St. Louis Wind Symphony A concert band dedicated to the highest quality performance of wind literature. 4–5:30 p.m. The Legacy Jazz Quintet Presented by Jazz St. Louis 6–7 p.m. The Down Home Blues Band “UJ” & The Down Home Blues Band is a four-piece acoustic roots and blues band. 7:30–9 p.m. Melissa Neels Band The Melissa Neels Band is the perfect blend of blues and rock,


playing high-energy blues, cover songs, and original music. 9:30–10 p.m. MADCO Modern American Dance Company (MADCO) creates innovative and memorable dance performances.

Sunday, September 12 1–2 p.m. Karen Fulks Karen Fulks and Ron Bryant met eight years ago. It was musical love at first sight. Come check them out for yourself. 2:30–4 p.m. The Sheldon Jazz Quartet Feat. Denise Thimes Denise Thimes’ brilliant voice is a perfect mix of Ella, Sassy, Lady

Day, Nancy, Dianne, and Carmen, to name a few. Presented by The Sheldon Concert Hall.

Forsyth Stage Friday, September 10

7:30–9:30 p.m. Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers A blues bands that will make you want to get up and dance. Presented by

save the date: THE BIG READ FESTIVAL 2010 This fall, join Cultural Festivals, more than 25 nationally acclaimed authors, fellow booklovers, and your family for the city’s largest celebration of literary accomplishments. Read-define Your World Read-discover Your Imagination Read-deem the Written Word The 5th Annual Big Read FESTIVAL In Clayton on Central Avenue October 9, 2010


2010 SAINT LOUIS ART FAIR schedule

Saturday, September 11 12–1 p.m. Keltic Reign Playing the sound of Ireland, Scotland, and Nova Scotia, Keltic Reign is a dynamic weave of Celtic influences. 1:30–2:30 p.m. The Sheldon Acoustic Aces The group will perform acoustic music, including traditional folk, Americana, and other music by contemporary singers-songwriters. Presented by The Sheldon Concert Hall. 3:30–5 p.m. Jason Garms Jason Garms is a young, dynamic solo acoustic musician. 5:30–7 p.m. Alacartoona Experience a stripped-down ensemble of accordion, bass, drums, and the occasional guitar performance that brings to life vivid tales of love and loss. 7:30–9:30 p.m. Lamar Harris Call it funky, call it jazzy, call it whatever you want, but Lamar Harris’s seamless blend of horns, electric sounds, and vocals forms an explosive combination.

Sunday, September 12 12:30–2 p.m. Cassie Morgan and the Lonely Pines Cassie Morgan and the Lonely Pines have woven a “lush and rustic sonic world” of organic arrangements and delicate melodies with lyrics emotive of both weariness and childlike innocence. 2:30–4 p.m. Le Jazz Hot Bensid Thigpen and his group Le Jazz Hot are following a family tradition that has produced some of the premier drummers in jazz over the past 50 years.

Performing Arts Stage

Presented by William T. Kemper Foundation/Commerce Bank Trustee

Arts in Action Schedule Presented by:

Saturday, September 11

11:45 A.M.–12:45 p.m. Julie K A fresh, new voice in children’s music, Julie K engages the hearts of little ones with melodies the whole family can enjoy. 1–1:30pm Saint Louis Flamenco Cultural Society The Flamenco Cultural Society wishes to promote and preserve the culture of Spain as expressed in dance, music, and song. 2–2:45 p.m. Ed Reggi Ed Reggi is St. Louis’ very own “improv genius” and one of the city’s top recognizable international artists. 3–3:45 p.m. David Alexander For more than 10 years, David Alexander has entertained at events all across the country, highlighting one of the most unique forms of entertainment— the art of tap dance. 4:15–4:45 p.m. Songs of Africa Ensemble This ensemble is a high-energy vocal and dance group that recreates musical scenes from traditional African life. 5:30–6:30 p.m. FanFare Kittie Moller and FanFare play a variety of styles of music, including Motown, R&B, disco, pop, country, jazz, and big band with a great deal of, well, FanFare!

Sunday, September 12

12–12:45 p.m. Rosie Willis Rosie Willis is a storyteller whose mission is easy: to tell stories that motivate, stimulate, inform, and inspire through a wide variety of stories, including folktales, fairy tales, and personal anecdotes.


The Artist Demonstration Stage is coordinated by Art St. Louis. For more than 24 years, it has worked to help artists achieve professional success and reach new audiences. For more information, call 314-2414810 or visit Saturday, September 11 10 A.m. Sandra Miller, Fiber 11 a.m. Randy Chervitz, Jewelry 12 p.m. Beth Crowder, Drawing & Pastels 1 p.m. Cali Hobgood-Lemme, Photography 2 p.m. Robinson Scott, Glass 3 p.m. Garry Seidel, Photography 4 p.m. Fong Choo, Ceramics 5 p.m. Local Artist 6 p.m. Local Artist Sunday, September 12 12 p.m. Caroline Viene, Jewelry 1 p.m. Chuck Solberg, Ceramics 2 p.m. Andy Fletcher, Ceramics 3 p.m. Deanna Nash, Drawing/ Painting

2010 SAINT LOUIS ART FAIR schedule

1–2 p.m. TeamSTAGES TeamSTAGES is the region’s premier teen pre-professional a cappella singing ensemble. 2:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. St. Louis Ballet Experience classic masterpieces performed by the company’s brilliant young dancers handpicked from the best training programs in the country.

hands-on activities Saturday, 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

Creative Castle for Kids (S. Central and Carondelet Avenues) Sponsored by Artmart. Bethel Lutheran School Create “Pero’s Woof,” an adorable puppy face that transforms into a fun mask or decorative fan. Chesterfield Day School Create a shell design on a canvas board using watercolor pencils. Craft Alliance Sculpt clay on a wheel or by hand. Crossroads College Preparatory School Witness “Colorful Creations,” decorate paper shapes, and watch how the colors diffuse in water. Leftovers, Etc. Build your own penny flyer with nothing more than an egg carton and a coin, then watch it fly! Missouri New Culture Center Learn how to fold a lotus flower or “petal of peace” on color paper. Really Big Coloring Books Put your coloring skills to the test and participate in a coloring competition. Rohan Woods School Create a special autograph journal that is uniquely your own and inspired by the world language called friendship. Saint Louis Art Fair Create fashionable paper bag hats. Saint Louis Art Fair Create your own masterpiece T-shirt. Springboard to Learning Assemble a bright suncatcher.

St. Louis Children’s Illustration Museum Kids decorate their own illustration booklets. University of Phoenix Create beautiful, decorative butterfly clip magnets.

A Tale of Two Jurors

Saturday & Sunday, 6–10 p.m.

ART STUDIO FOR ADULTS (Meramec, just north of Forsyth) Sponsored by The Desco Group and Artmart Tolleyvision Join Tolleyvision and the Universal Record Database as they attempt to set an artistic world record. Puppet Guild of St. Louis Create your own stick puppet from household items and images of da Vinci, Renoir, and O’Keefe. Saturday only. Missouri Art Therapy Association Create small-scale recycled/mixed medium art pieces. Once you’ve completed your art piece, you can exchange it for a piece that someone else left behind. Discovering Options Create your very own memory book to keep mementos from the Art Fair. Craft Alliance Get your hands wet and turn a piece of clay into your very own vessel on the potter’s wheel. Friday only. El Mundo Latino Enjoy jewelry-making with a variety of stones, metals, and papier-mâché collages. Integrity Productions Embrace the arts in the areas of mime, clowning, puppetry, and skits. St. Louis Artists’ Guild Participants will be invited to print on a wonderful Charles Brand printing press to create one-of-a-kind prints. Bob Hartzell A local artist will be introducing the basics of printmaking, specifically silkscreen. Fashion Show See the artists’ work strut down the runway.

It was a matter of being in the right place at the right time. Jerry Gilmore of Denver, Colo., and Kate Maury of St. Paul, Minn., were invited to be jurors for this year’s Saint Louis Art Fair. Little did they know that they would be selecting much more than artists over the jury weekend. Jerry and Kate met at a Saint Louis Artist’s Guild reception for the Art Fair. Immediately engaged by each other’s spirit, they enjoyed their time together for the entire jury weekend. Two months later, Jerry and Kate were married in Denver. The two now share a home in St. Paul, Minn., and will be celebrating their union this weekend at the Saint Louis Art Fair, in honor of the event that brought them together. Thanks to Jerry, Kate, and their three co-jurors, The Saint Louis Art Fair boasts an incredible selection of artists. Thanks to the Saint Louis Art Fair, Jerry and Kate have found each other!

* Schedule is subject to change.




chicken and savory crawfish crabcakes at this year’s Saint Louis Art Fair.

Alexander’s in the Sheraton Clayton Plaza, American From lobster bisque to spinach artichoke dip, Alexander’s modern dishes are sure to leave Saint Louis Art Fair guests fulfilled with an “mmmm” experiences. Bella Catering, American Make this year’s Saint Louis Art Fair memorable with favorites like the Kick Ass Fries, portabella sandwich and cheeseburger sliders.

Ben & Jerry’s, Ice Cream Cool down in the summer heat with Ben & Jerry’s hand-dipped ice cream and waffle cones. Café Manhattan, American Enjoy Saint Louis Art Fair performances with Café Manhattan’s hand-breaded dishes and delectably seasoned waffle fries. Eau Bistro, American Eau Bistro enchants casual American dining with an eclectic taste and avant-garde experience. Stop by and try the lamb chops, yellow fin tuna nachos, and buffalo chicken tenders. French Quarter Café, Cajun New Orleans meets St. Louis with the French Quarter Café’s Bourbon


Hank’s Cheesecakes, Bakery/Desserts With savory cakes, cookies, and brownies, as well as a ravishing array of flavors, Hank’s Cheesecakes offers the desserts that will tempt the angels. L’Ecole Culinaire, Variety Committed to inspiring and nurturing the next class of St. Louis’ best chefs, L’Ecole Culinaire offers an array of dishes that will surely entice your palate.

Rearn Thai, Thai Excellence is the standard when it comes to Rearn Thai dishes. Visit its booth for absolutely delicious pad thai and chicken satay. Russell’s Café and Bakery, Café/Bakery Russell’s brings pride and quality to the Saint Louis Art Fair with its handcrafted pastries, cakes, pies, and sandwiches. Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Steak House A St. Louis treasure, Ruth’s Chris serves its delectable steak sliders and Ahi Tuna. Seven Gables— Molly Darcy’s, Irish/American Created in the legacy of Irish historical figure Molly Darcy, Seven Gable’s Inn expands pub-style heritage with menu of pleasurable sandwiches


Tivanov Catering Tempt your taste buds with smoked salmon and goat cheese quesadillas, teriaki pork loin skewers, chocolate covered bananas and bread pudding.

The Pasta House Catering Co., Italian Enjoy classic Italian cuisine with The Pasta House’s delicious offerings this year. Uptown Café, American Featuring authentic Manhattanstyle beer-battered fries and marinated beef kabobs, Uptown’s dishes bring the taste of New York directly to the heart of Clayton. For food near the Creative Castle, please visit: Maggie Moo’s, Ice Cream Treat the entire family to soothing, cooling Maggie Moo’s ice cream as you explore the wonders of the Saint Louis Art Fair.

Pam’s Chicago-Style Dogs & More, American Satisfy children and adult’s tastes alike with Pam’s refreshments and Windy City-style beef hot dogs.




























FESTIVAL HOURS Friday, September 10, 5–10 p.m.

Saturday, September 11, 10 a.m.–10 p.m.

Sunday, September 12, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.




WINE Parking Information Free parking is available at the following garages and surface lots: Brown Shoe Company Located at Topton Way and Maryland Clayton Public Garage Located at 8011 Bonhomme Clayton Public Lot (Reserved for disabled parking and bike check) Located at N. Central and Maryland Avenues. The fee for the bike check is $1. Proceeds go to the University City Police Explorers. **All street meter parking in Clayton will be free beginning Friday morning.


Bus Service and Metrolink Visit for detailed route maps, or call the Transit Information Line in Missouri at 314-2312345 or in Illinois 618-271-2345. Directions For directions to the festival, please visit or call 314-863-2078. No animals are allowed except for support dogs per City of Clayton Ordinance 4-13. No Segways, in-line skates, skateboards, or bicycles per City of Clayton Ordinance 21-26. Purses, backpacks, and large bags will be subject to a visual search.

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