My wife Carolyn and I are part of show called “Convergence” at the art gallery at St.Louis Community College -Meramec. This show had an opening on November 10 and will continue until December 10,2016.
I have taught Illustration and Drawing for Graphics as an adjunct professor at St.Louis Community College Since 1997.My wife taught Graphic Design for several Years as an adjunct professor. I will be posting images of designs of the sixteen designers participating in this show. Below is a photo I took of the show statement of purpose, and the artists participating.
Posted: November 9, 2016 in art,John_Dyess, Donald Trump, Election in the USA 2016, Election November 8, 2016
Tags: Donald Trump, election, Missouri, Missouri voters, President, Roy Blunt
I voted yesterday. I live in Eureka, Missouri,and all of the candidates I voted for lost.
There was 61 million dollars of combined spending for the Senate race,which the insider Senator Roy Blunt won,in a year a majority of Missouri voters voted for Donald Trump, because he was the outsider.
One and a half billion dollars was spent on the presidential race.
That money could have helped a lot of people that are living below the poverty level.
Steve Scherrer February 9, 1960 – November 6,2014.
I only knew Steve for a short time, about five years, but we became friends and shared conversations about art ,family and politics.
pastel drawing of Greer by Steve Scherrer
Steve and I got to know each other when we started going to a drawing and painting group at the St.Louis Artists’ Guild, about five years ago. This is a drawing Steve did of a model during one of the drawing and painting sessions. We started a drawing and painting group ,about three years ago, at Webster Groves Christian Church, which continues. I miss the conversations we had while driving to these drawing and painting sessions
“Armistice” by Steve Scherrer
Several Years before he died Steve started creating a series of sculpture constructions called Curiosities & Consciousness. The Armistice sculpture was in a show, I curated, titled “Ode to Peace” at the Gallery Within Webster Groves Christian Church.