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February 21, 2013 – March 29, 2013

Opening reception held on March 8, 2013 from 6-9

(Clayton, MO/February 13, 2013) Watch
the Enchanted Forest come alive in the new exhibit “Over the Rainbow in 3-D” by Vic Mastis. Imagine yourself skipping through the ‘Poppy Field’. Your troubles
will melt like lemon drops as you experience select fantasy landscapes. Mastis has perfected a unique style using gold leaf layered with oil glazes. Her paintings reflect the light and invite you into her perspective of the world.
You won’t see lions, tigers and bears…oh my…but you can take a mystifying journey ‘Into the Woods’.

What does 3-D have to do with art? If you have a crystal ball, you may be able to catch a glimpse of how art and 3-D are intertwined.  If not, plan to come to the opening on March 8th from 6-9 pm to find out!

Vic Mastis has been a resident artist at Gateway Gallery in Clayton, MO since its’ inception eight years ago. Her paintings hang in many corporate and private
collections including Anheuser-Busch, the Metropolitan Building in downtown St. Louis, the Cancer Center at St. John’s Mercy Hospital, and the Missouri Athletic Club. Mastis founded Gateway Pastel Artists in 1998. Her award winning art has been featured at various venues including the Edward Hopper House in Nyack, New York and Florida’s Fort Walton Museum and in several galleries
throughout the United States.

AMOSAIC GROUP-Kathy Rickermann, Patty Reichard
and Dan Kirkpatrick

Join Kathy, Patty and Dan as they present their contemporary mosaic collection of art.  You will be intrigued to find a combination of vibrant stained glass, beads, ceramic tile, fossils, mirrors, pebbles, beads, bamboo, wood, broken plates along with an occasional precious gem all woven together to create art  that you are encouraged to not only look at, but also to touch. Their collection also includes 3D art, outdoor garden
treasures, abstracts and hanging art.


Helen inherited her passion for art from her grandmother, who was an accomplished artist. Join Helen as she presents her collection of acrylic paintings. Her
goal is to draw spectators into her art, so they may view the world from her perspective.


Lisa’s passion for art began as a child. Her mother and
grandmother were both artists, and she knew she would also become an artist.  Join Lisa as she presents her work which includes the use of bold and vibrant color. Her work is vivid and expressive, including a unique, contemporary take on landscapes and a popular portrait series of Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz.  Lisa’s art has been juried into many prestigious fine art fairs and exhibitions across the country and her paintings also hang in businesses and private collections throughout the nation.


Established in 2004, Gateway Gallery is a co-op art gallery exhibiting 16 regional, award-winning artists whose work range from traditional landscape to contemporary abstraction. Ranging media include oil, pastel, acrylic,
watercolor, mixed media, photography, ceramics, and woodworking. Exhibits typically run every six weeks, featuring one of the gallery’s 16 artists as
well as three visiting artists. Located in downtown Clayton, Mo., the gallery is walking distance to other galleries and many of St. Louis’ finest restaurants and cafés, making it a “must-stop” destination for art lovers, art collectors and designers.

Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday to
Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Visit www.gatewaygalleryonline.com for more information.


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