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.
Help support a Cape Girardeau project, “Public Domain,” which will refurbish old newspaper dispensers, place them around high-traffic areas and sell art from local artists for a cheap price of 50 cents. Making art accessible is the main goal. Donate here: https://bit.ly/342mq9X
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.
Fendelman, Sandza and Gurney all seem to stick to their artistic roots, especially showing their hard work and talent through Lobby Boxer. Each person brings a certain aspect and talent to the forefront, giving this band a uniquely artistic sound.
Batman has become a cultural icon across the globe. Since his first appearance in 1939, every piece of Batman media has featured the credit line, “Created by Bob Kane.” That was until the 2016 film “Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice” listed another name alongside Kane’s for the first time on the big screen. The name was Bill Finger, the long-lost co-creator of the Batman mythos.
Warm Soda has created an online survey for Alton citizens to submit their opinions about the renovations planned for the downtown area in the coming future — specifically buildings John Simmons of Simmons Hanly Conroy LLC and the company Giant City Properties have bought, including Jacoby Arts Center, The Grand Theatre and The Stratford Hotel. Also, seven boxes have been placed around Alton for people to submit their opinions to. Now’s the time to speak for Alton and its most important part: You.