HENDRIX ROCKS SUBTERRANEAN GALLERY John Hendrix has returned with another amazing art show in our gallery to coincide with the release of his book, A Boy Called Dickens. John’s art show features the drawings and sketches that featured in his new book. This offers us a glimpse of how the book came together while highlighting his incredible […]
www.RobertBoettcherPhotography.com On view at Subterranean Books from June 17 – July 17, 2011. Opening reception June 18 from 7 – 9.
John Hendrix is amazing. His lines are beautiful. His colors are beautiful. The way his images enrich the story… Well, we’re fans. His new book is coming, Nurse, Soldier, Spy: The Story of Sarah Edmonds, A Civil War Hero, and we get to host its world premiere. There are original prints on display alongside early images that tell […]
The newest addition to our ongoing interview series with our upstairs gallery artists: Sara Roger, photographer of Women of India, in the gallery through Sunday, January 2. 1. What inspires your work? In my Women of India body of work, I was inspired by different Indian religions, stories, and traditions, essentially their culture. […]
One of our regulars, Tori Walters, has agreed to throw together a holiday party–well, party might be too grandiose, gathering maybe–on Thursday, Dec 9, 7pm at Subterranean. A Winter’s Tale: Readings… came about because Tori, Alex and I were talking about how much we love the holidays (or maybe just Tori and I love the […]
Poetry Reading Tonight 7pm at Subterranean Help us kick off our birth month (We’re 10! We’re 10!) and a month-long activity list by stopping in to hear the work of four outstanding poets. Some are local, some are out-of-towners, some are published and some aren’t yet, but Eileen G’Sell, Jennifer Kronovet, Steven Schroeder, and Alexandra Teague will wow […]
Before Marina left (have you seen my black armband?) she started a series of interviews with the artists who have work in the gallery. I posted the most recent today, with Carol Corey of the Inside Dharma program, the folks responsible for the Insider Art exhibit.
Insider Art: Exhibition and Sale of Artwork by Prison Inmates The free opening reception will be tonight Friday, July 30 from 7-9pm, at Subterranean. Profits from the sale of all artwork will go to Inside Dharma, a St. Louis based non-profit, non-denominational Buddhist organization that works with incarcerated and recently released individuals. More info at Insider Art. […]
Kennedy Yanko‘s paintings are up the gallery until July 11th and she was gracious enough to answer a few questions for us about abstract art and her creative process. Subterranean Books: As an abstract artist, are there some messages you would want people to take away from your art that are not necessarily explicit? Kennedy Yanko: As […]