7 pm - 9 pm
In Person and *ZOOM
Concordia Lutheran Church
505 S. Kirkwood Rd, St. Louis, 63122
GSLA members’ meeting will be in person at Concordia Lutheran Church, in the community room. We will have a Zoom option for those who would like to join us virtually.
GUEST SPEAKER: Internationally recognized realist painter Mark Hunter
Mark Hunter is a contemporary realist painter
who creates works in oil with the
goal of achieving an illusion of
atmosphere, luminosity, and mood
that represents nature. Mark wants the
observer to feel they are inside his
paintings, experiencing a sense of
place, the sun and spray on their
face, the wind in their hair, the
movement of the waves, and the
rustle of the leaves.
Mark's paintings have been exhibited at the Morris Museum, Naples Museum of Art, and International Guild of Realism among others. His work has been featured in American Art Collector Magazine.
Mark recently received the Katlan
Family Seascape Award from the
Allied Artists of America at the
Art education includes the Art
Students League of New York
The ART FAIR at QUEENY PARK
Attn: Artists & Art Patrons
Artist Applications available April 15
Save the Date:
MARCH 31st, April 1st and 2nd, 2023
Visit your favorite painters, sculptors, jewelers soon!
Networking. Events/Field Trips. Exhibit Opportunities. Monthly Meeting & Guest Speaker. Swap Meet. Picnic/Holiday Party. Newsletter. Volunteer Opportunities. Juried Membership. FUN!
What is GSLA?
The Greater St Louis Artists (GSLA) is a membership group of artists and art enthusiasts who promote the visual arts and art education in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area.
The GSLA is a non-profit organization supported by membership dues and proceeds from nationally recognized juried art shows, Art Fair at Queeny Park.
The organizer of the bi-annual, nationally well-known The ART FAIR at QUEENY PARK.
Contributor of Annual Art Scholarships for selected art students.
Linda is an oil painter whose palettes range from vibrant colors to soft harmonies. Impressionistic realism is her favorite style of painting, though she enjoy the rhythm and flow of impasto painting with palette knives and other tools.
Linda was indirectly influenced to paint all her life. Hiking, skiing and fly-fishing in gorgeous country in and near the national parks inspired her love of nature and the outdoors. Many of her landscape paintings originated from those memorable scenes. Vacations in the Midwest with nieces and nephews provided her with captured moments on camera of children at play and in thought that inspired later paintings. Over the years she expanded her range and paint nearly all subject matters including abstract.