March 2017

Monthly Archives

  • Veni. Vidi. Vici.

    Just finished framing this painting on canvas by Afrodite. If you like it, you can bid on it this Saturday at the Ferguson Youth Initiative All Hands In banquet.

  • An Irish Toast…

    May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been, The foresight to know where you are going, And the insight to know when you have gone too far. – Irish Toast Pictured is a hand-tinted photograph by Linda M. Saunchegraw. View this and other images from her “Scenes of Ireland” collection in Corners Gallery.

  • Evolve or Dissolve…

    Oh No!!! We’re going into the heat press & we’re already starting to melt! “Evolve or Dissolve”, 42″ x 75″ woodcut print.

  • Zack Smithey’s Unique Home

    Zack Smithey is the artist behind the Easter Art Hunt the past 2 years in Ferguson! Last year, 2 of his paintings were “found” by lucky hunters in Corners Frameshop & Gallery. Check out this article in the Post Dispatch about his unique new home made out of shipping containers:

  • Velvet Doesn’t Have To Be Tacky!

    Who says paintings on velvet have to be tacky-looking? Look at this gorgeous vintage painting of Christmas candles on velvet! My customer values it as a sentimental treasure, so we designed an elegant frame to befit its place of honor in her heart and on her wall. Now, bring me your velvet Elvis, your matador, […]

  • They’re BAAAAACK!!!

    “On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law.” (And to provide yummy cookies!) They’re back! Girl Scout Troop 994 is out front of Corners Frameshop & Gallery till 2:00 today!

  • Who Got Who?

    We are not having a Gallery Night tonight. Go & enjoy some fish at your favorite fish fry. That was the intention of this cat painted by Pat Rooks!