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Laumeier Sculpture Park & Museum
12580 Rott Rd
Saint Louis, Missouri
Phone: 314 821 1209 --
Statement of Purpose:
To share a variety of contemporary art and art experiences in a park and museum environment, so to enrich people's lives. 60 contemporary outdoor sculptures in a 116 acre garden. Changing indoors museum exhibitions.
Highlights & Collections:
Bold, functional ceramics by this nationally known artist, who has been closely
associated with the artistic community at Penland School of Crafts in Asheville, North Carolina. Lindsay is the third artist from Penland to be featured in Laumeier's Artisan Gallery.
- Suze Lindsav: Selected Ceramics
- October 12, 1 996-January 31, 1997
This colorful exhibition of Brazilian folk art focuses on the contemporary creativity of artisans living in Brazil's remote mining, manufacturing and
farming region. Carved and painted wooden and ceramic figures and animals are featured. Exhibition tours are available, two-week advance registration required ($ 6 per group), teacher curriculum packets available, call 82 7 - 7 209, ext. 2 7 .
- Artes30 Brasileiro: The Power of Imaqination in Brazilian Folk Art
- October 19, 1 996-January 31, 1997
Bobrowski is an avant-garde American ceramic artist who challenges the viewer with life-sized human and animal images which she describes as "highly physical, visually obsessive, intimate and narrative in a
dream-like, animistic way." Artist reception March 16, 3p.m.-5p.m.
- Gina Bobrowski: Ceramics
- March 1 5-MaY 26, 1997
St. Louis-based sculptor Tim Curtis creates an outdoor installation and an exhibition for Laumeier's special projects gallery. His installations evoke mythic journeys, ritual and spiritual birth;
they examine issues of man and his relationship to the natural world, life cycles and the ephemeral nature of all life.
- Tim Curtis: Sculpture Installation
- March 15-May 26, 1997
Alison Saar's powerful, rough-hewn figurative sculptures reach out to audiences from backgrounds as culturally and ethnically diverse as her own. Her monumental archetypal personages combine questions of spiritual
identity, fragments of myth and legend, and practices of the everyday to address humanity in the broadest sense. Artist opening Friday, June 13.
- Alison Saar
- June 14-Auqust 31, 1 997
Deborah Masuoka June 7-Auqust 3, 1997 Masuoka's giant, stylized rabbit heads act as silent sentinels in Laumeier's landscape. Her 5-to-7-foot clay sculptures use a familiar subject to create confrontational images that are more predator than prey and
explore issues of vulnerability. Artist opening Friday, June 13.
Linda Christianson: Ceramics Auaust 1 6-SeDtember 28, 1997 Christianson's salt-glazed, slab-built ceramics combine strong, functional shapes with warm, earthy glazes. She is the fourth artist associated with Penland School of Crafts, Asheville, North
Carolina, to be featured in Laumeier's Artisan Gallery.
Giuliano Mauri Park Sculpture Installation August, 1997 Museum Exhibition September 6-28, 1997 Italian artist Giuliano Mauri will work in-residence at Laumeier over a 20-day period in July 1997 to create a new park installation. Mauri is commissioned to
construct a sculpture using materials found in nature, such as tree saplings, and will weave them into a tall, interlocking structure. An exhibition of models of his other works will be presented in the Main Gallery in September for the Second Fiber
WHIRLIGIGS & WEATHERVANES October 18. 1 997-JanuarY 24, 1998
WHIRLIGIGS & WEATHERVANES brings together 23 American crafts people whose talent, ingenuity and wit infuse each piece with their unique style while still paying homage to the traditional.
This exhibition is a celebration of the form rather than a
definitive examination of whirligigs and weathervanes and shows remarkable diversity of materials, techniques and ideas expressed in these amazing objects.
EVENTS Laumeier Contemporarv Art Fair May 10-1 1, 1997 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 150 artists from all over the United States display works in clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking/drawing, sculpture and wood. Also
featured live music, entertainment, artist demonstrations, food and the "Creation Location," an area filled with children's art activities.
Laumeier Jazz Festival Sentember 19 20. 21 1997 Three-day weekend of hot jazz by weli-known performers (to be announced).
EDUCATIONAL Tours Docent-guided walking tours for groups are availabie, $6 per group. Call 821-1209, ext. 21 to reserve a tour, two weeks advance notice is required. New theme tours are now available and can be geared to all age groups.
- Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.;
- Sunday, 12-5 p.m.
Admission & Directions:
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Key Personnel: Dr. Beej Nierengarten- Smith, Director
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