“Moonlight Melody” by UMSL studio art instructor James Wu can be seen at UMSL’s Gallery FAB.

“Significant Others II,” an exhibit of work by part-time studio art faculty members at the University of Missouri–St. Louis, is on display now through Feb. 24 in Gallery FAB at UMSL. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

Faculty members with artwork on display (and the primary medium of their work) include the following: Stephen Da Lay (printmaking), Noah Kirby (sculpture), Snail Scott (ceramic/sculpture), Linda Bangert (printmaking), Doug Gaubatz (inkjet pigment prints), Grace Lin (painting), James Wu (painting), Gina Willard (digital file chromogenic prints), Mike Behle (painting), William Sawalich (photography/lightset print) and Heather Corley (printmaking).

Jeff Sippel, coordinator of fine arts at UMSL, served as the exhibit’s curator.

The studio art faculty at UMSL has exhibited their work regionally, nationally and internationally. They have received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Ford Foundation and have been honored by a variety of national and international arts organizations. Their work is included in important public and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Saint Louis Art Museum, Library of Congress, Museum of Contemporary Photography, McDonnell Douglass Corporation and Emerson Electric.

UMSL students can earn a bachelor’s degree in one of six studio art concentrations: drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, graphic design and general fine arts. The department also offers a minor in studio art and certificate in photographic studies.

Gallery FAB is in 201 Fine Arts Building at UMSL, Florissant Road and Rosedale Drive in Normandy, Mo. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Ryan Heinz

Ryan Heinz