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Greater St. Louis Art Association

Welcome to the Greater St. Louis Art Association!

Please feel free to browse our website and get to know our artists,
their art, our activities and purpose.

Congratulations to Keith Baizer.

Thanks You for all your efforts to support Artists and the Arts in the St Louis Region. The GSLAA is honored to present to you the 2016 "Champion for the Arts" Award.

Keith Bazier being presented with the 2016 "Champion of the Arts" Award.
GSLAA President, Jim Irwin, presenting Kieth Baizer with the "Champion for the Arts" Award.

The GSLAA monthly meetings are on the fourth Thursday of the month starting at 7:00. Come at 6:30 to visit with our Members.

     Concordia Lutheran Church
      505 South Kirkwood Road
          Kirkwood, MO 63122 

 GSLAA Meeting Map

It's on the southwest corner of Kirkwood Road and Woodbine,directly across from The Magic House.  However, what you see at that intersection is the old part of the building with no access.  The main parking lot and entrance is located behind the building opposite of Kirkwood Rd.  Special spaces are available for visitors and handicap parking near the Main Entrance. There is an additional handicap parking lot on the Kirkwood road side of the building.

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The GSLAA is Open to all
Artist Mediums

Mixed Media
Pottery & Ceramics

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Keith Baizer was also given this painting of Keith's Artmart store painted by GSLAA member John Salozzo.

Keith Baizer with a painting of the ArtMart Store painted by artist John Salozzo.


Promoting and encouraging our members to enrich their artistic skills and creativity. Supporting art education for the St. Louis region.

Message from Jim Irwin, GSLAA president,

Perhaps you were not aware! But the GSLAA has been having some very informative and interesting programs. We have another such meeting coming up soon. John Salozzo, is giving a very special program about the history of photo manipulation, using an airbrush and painting with realism.  that you will all find interesting.

If you have not been to a meeting recently you might not be aware of our enhanced meeting format changes. Besides having a very interesting program, members are now given much more time to interact with their fellow members. We have shortened the business meeting as we are handling much of the general business at our board meetings. We have nice snacks and soft drinks for all. Also at each meeting we have two special exhibits called “Show Case Artists “ in addition to the featured program. These artists are juried in their respective medium and will be exhibiting a small exhibit during the evening.  We have a great venue with lots of room and great parking.

So come to the meeting and take advantage of your membership in this dynamic art association, it’s educational and truly a great opportunity to meet and interact with your colleagues.

  • Monthly art presentations and demonstrations
  • Peer networking and support
  • Exhibit Venues for display
  • Art show opportunities and news
  • Member pages on our website
  • Workshops, seminars and special activities

Group Sponsored Events & Activities

  • Annual awarding of scholarship and/or grants
  • Fall and spring national juried art shows at Queeny Park
  • Group exhibits several times a year at local venues
  • Monthly meetings with art demonstrations or presentation
  • Monthly Artist Showcase Exhibits during our meetings
  • Monthly networking with artists

Monthly Featured Artist

July: Steve Bunton, Clay & Pottery

June: Gloria Hamlin, Master Restorer & Painter

May:  Judith Olson, Fiber artist
April: Kathleen Barnes, Oil Painter
March: Jim Gray, Photographer

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the individual artist, and the GSLAA.
They can not be downloaded, copied or used without written permission.