Art Walk & Galleries
The Ste. Genevieve Downtown Art Walk
The Ste. Genevieve Downtown Art Walk happens monthly every fourth Friday from 6 to 9 PM. Featuring a different artist each month, we plan to introduce all sorts of genres to our visitors. Most of the artists make their work available for sale and when you purchase one of the pieces on display, a portion of the sale goes to support the work of the Bolduc House Museum (more information is available at exclusive-paper.com). Are you an artist who is looking for a place to exhibit your work? Send a jpeg image of one of your pieces to Lesley at [email protected] That action begins the conversation.
Artists who would like to be featured in the Bolduc House Museum galleries during a Fourth Friday ArtWalk should submit a sample of your work in jpeg format to the curator along with an artist’s statement and exhibit proposal. We schedule our artists 6-12 months in advance. We ask you to sign an agreement, set prices for whatever you hope to sell adjusted for our commission, and try to attend the ArtWalk evening itself. While artists do not need to be present for the Fourth Friday ArtWalk, it is highly suggested.
See 2011 Artist Info and Agreements
andLeMeilleur Gallery Plan
The Linden House Gallery - The long hallway gallery was the original front porth of this historic vertical log house that was built c. 1820. It is across Main Street from the Bolduc House and the LeMeilleur House and contains our offices, Museum Shop, Colonial Dames Parlor and Rozier Library.
LeMeilleur Gallery - The area above the chair rail is for art. Below the chair rail is for children to explore through touch and play. This is a large rectangular gallery in the built c.1815 by Rene and Agathe Bolduc Le Meilleur. Agathe was the grand-daughter of Louis Bolduc, the man who built the Bolduc House across the fence.
Bruce Pendleton Photography
Baseball Bat Exhibit....Gary Mifflin, Sculptor
Promo Piece... Joe Lawlor
Elizabeth Manns, Painter
Mary Peura, Painter
Ste.Gen Quilt Club Art Quilts
The Late Rodney Dierking, Photographer
Paris... by Nancy L. Bridges
"Painting a Clay Pot Requires Immense Skill and CONCENTRATION!"
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