Check out St. Louis painter Alvin J. Lewis. Focusing on the humanity of the subjects in his paintings, Lewis’ techniques and skills help make his art pieces seemingly come alive, and allows viewers to connect with his work on a deeper level.Read More
Local artist Renee Canetta found the perfect balance between working as a nurse and being an artist. This balance is seen in the art she makes inspired by the human body. Bold, colorful and intricate, Canetta’s art does the talking for her.Read More
The royalty and upper class of past centuries would clamber to have their portraits done by Kehinde Wiley if they were around today. But he would probably turn them away and instead choose to focus on the lower class — the forgettable souls — to star in his portraits.Read More
Our writer, Elizabeth Ames recently did a photo shoot with Inferno Imagery and squeezed in a small interview with the person behind the camera, Tyrone Stevenson.Read More
Go on a journey with Kenzie Coburn’s colorful and detailed paintings. Each piece tells a story and reveals some of Coburn’s deepest emotions as she channels them into each stroke.Read More
Veronica Rhodes offers Phantasmagoria two photographs that are part of her own separate series, along with a metal and copper sculpture. Her pieces have subtle creepy characteristics that give off an all-around dark feeling in viewers. The more you look, the scarier they become. Check out her work at Jacoby Arts Center during the opening ceremony Oct. 26 7 to 11 p.m.Read More
Daniel Price’s two creepy pieces will be on display during Phantasmagoria at Jacoby Arts Center. Check out his ceramic piece “Tea Pot” and oil painting “String Theory” to get in the Halloween spirit. Don’t forget to come to the opening ceremony Oct. 26 from 7 to 11 p.m. and get your spook on!Read More
SIUE full-time student and photography business owner Sarah Minier will feature her mysterious photography during Phantasmagoria at Jacoby Oct. 26-Nov. 2. Both pieces were taken at dusk to explore the paint-like qualities the light produces, providing an other-worldly tone. Check out her work during the opening ceremony Oct. 26 from 7-11 p.m. at Jacoby.Read More
Spooky-fan Nick Williams of Alton, Ill., knows a thing or two about bringing horror to the table. Several of his sculptures, made of epoxy clay and stone, will be on display for Phantasmagoria at Jacoby Arts Center Oct. 26-Nov. 2.
These pieces are inspired by his love of spooky stuff. Some of his pieces are inspired by one of his favorite bands, the Misfits. They are the personification of the things that scared him as a kid.