Located in the University’s Pillsbury Chapel and Dale Williams Fine Arts Center, the art gallery features work from students to local artists and beyond.
Student Photography Competition. Student’s entered pictures that related to the theme “Renewal.”
First Place: Guy Shaw
Runner Up: Emmalie Keating
Marilynne Bradley’s work showcases vibrant colors and creative design inspired by locations in our very own, St. Louis, Missouri. Her works are completely watercolor which brings a unique view to the landmarks and scenes in which we are familiar. Bradley received the St. Louis Book Award from the Historical Society of St. Louis County at Missouri Baptist University and her work can be found showcased around campus.
Bradley has also been acknowledged in “Who’s Who in American Women Artists,” “World’s Who’s Who of Women,” and “Who’s Who in the World.” She is a signature artist member in the Southern Watercolor Society, Georgia WC Society, Kansas WC Society, Kentucky WC Society, and a distinguished member of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild. Her work is recognized in museum exhibitions, accepted in major national juried competitions and included in many major corporate collections in United States, France, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Korea, Australia, Tahiti and China. She has had over 150 one-person exhibits and received over 50 awards.
Bradly received her BFA from Washington University, an MAT from Webster University and her MFA from Syracuse University. She is faculty at Webster University and the University of Missouri-Columbia. In the past, she has instructed classes and workshops at the Kansas City Art Institute, St. Louis University, William Woods University, Columbia College, Washington University and national watercolor societies. Besides presenting lectures and demonstrations, she is also known to jury exhibits.
Her paintings are also available for purchase upon contact with Marilynne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug Merkey works with wood to make masterpieces that give the viewer the allusion of other elements in nature. His work is detailed, beautifully crafted, and unique in its design. The featured gallery is entitled “The Color of Water.” The sculptures have rich shades of blue and green to transport the viewer to an ocean or lake scene.
“Island of Misfit Toys”
Featuring the work of John Sarra and Westminster Christian Academy AP Studio Art Students.