Gallery Zeke

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The mission of Gallery Zeke is to introduce contemporary art exhibits which stimulate awareness of visual and performing art disciplines in our community.

Hours: Saturdays 10-4 during exhibits

Address: 106 East Main Street, Steelville, MO

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See below for the latest updates about Gallery Zeke:

Clay Fest 2015 Begins July 11th

Gallery Zeke
106 Main Street

July 11-August 2

Clay Fest 2015 returns to Steelville for its second annual series of exhibitions and demonstrations. This year’s focus is on the ceramic art form referred to as “Raku.” Gallery Zeke, the Fine Arts gallery of the Steelville Arts Council, is hosting a nationally juried Raku Art show with guest juror Wayne Higby officially opening July 18th. Also opening, July 11th is a nation-wide invitational ceramic art show at Gallery Zeke.

STARCO is also pleased to be offering an intensive Raku Ceramics workshop July 13th – 17th with Ceramic Artist Jesse Ring. STARCO is also bringing to town a FREE ceramic arts speaker series featuring internationally renowned ceramic artists and educators every Saturday at 3pm, July 11th-August 2nd. You can learn more about the Clay Fest event happenings and register for the workshop at Steelville Arts Council’s website

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Clay Fest events are made possible in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks.

For more information please contact:

Jamie Smith
573-244-5315
or
clayfest@steelvilleartscouncil.org

Bold’e Burlesqu’e Photo Exhibit Opens in May 2015

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Bold’e Burlesqu’e Photo Exhibit Opens at Gallery Zeke

This May, Gallery Zeke will open its doors to the performance art of Burlesque through a black & white photo essay by artist Ray Harvey. Viewers may recognize Ray Harvey for his extensive mural projects, especially in Cuba, MO, but this new exhibit marks a new direction for Mr. Harvey.

Using a vintage 1940’s designed manual, low-tech panoramic camera called a Widelux, he ventured into the Iowa Burlesque Festival at the invitation of “American Pickers” star Danielle Colby. Ms. Colby, in addition to the history channels’ vintage show, is involved in her own burlesque dance troupe called Burlesque Le’Moustache. Mr. Harvey was asked to portray the art form from behind the curtain and capture the atmosphere of the production.

Gallery Zeke has now scheduled his first photo exhibit publicly displaying this collection of photographs. The show opens May 1st with an opening reception on May 2nd. In addition to the display that evening, Mr. Harvey will be present to give a brief description of his experience and answer to answer any questions. The photos will be for purchase in limited edition quantities. All of the prints will be panoramic in scale and some will be viewable quite large. Much more of his work can be viewed at www.rayharveyart.com.