One of the most premier tattoo and piercing studios in the region. Located in the heart of downtown St. Louis Mo. Specializing in custom tattoo work including some of the best portrait artist you will find. Bring us your idea and let us transform it into an amazing piece of art you can be proud of for life.
We offer tattoos, any style, any idea, flash, custom, coverups, or tattoo restoration. In addition, we also offer body piercing with an array of body jewelry.
We have multiple artists that can handle many styles. Come see what we can offer you, you're sure to be amazed.
We also offer a resource for bands and local artists to sell their merchandise at a low cost, we here at Abra Kadabra are about helping fix the local art / band scene.
We welcome all walks of life and are a classy family owned and operated shop, that welcomes your family to meet ours....so get in here today...say hi...and see what we are about...
Jason ,Denis, Rico, Red Rum, and Parker would like to say thanks and welcome to Abra Kadabra Body Art!
Started in a vacant retail space in one of St. Louis' oldest neighborhoods, 1900 Park was born from a musicians desire to perform on his own terms and a curator's urge to create a unique listening environment for those that love music. Though still evolving, 1900 Park has become a place of immersion for appreciators of not only music, but also of art and photography as the curator pairs the visual and sonic together to create a distinctive experience. From the local and emerging to the national and touring, the musicians and artists are from all genres and mediums with one common trait; they share the vision of 1900 Park.
When 1900 Park is not being utilized for these experiences, it is available for various uses; some of which have included plays and film screening to holiday and neighborhood parties.
1900 Park; a space for expression, experience and awakening.
The Des Lee Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition Two Sides of a 45: Lisha Bai, J. Michael Deane, and Jane Fox Hipple. The works of these featured artists are tethered to each other loosely through geometry and a straightforward manipulation of materials and images. All three artists are alumni of Washington University in St. Louis, and are currently based across the country.
Two Sides of a 45 is a purposefully misleading title, as there are not just two different perspectives represented. An interesting dialogue is created when the work of one artist is placed within proximity of another artist’s work, especially when the artists are not expressively explicit in their content. For instance, when Deane’s work is juxtaposed against Bai’s, it can prompt a different “read” than when it is viewed next to Hipple’s work. The title poetically references a 45 rpm vinyl record, a 45° degree angle, and a .45 caliber pistol.
Gallery hours for this exhibition will be Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 1-6pm and by appointment.
Bai earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2001 and her MFA from Yale University in 2004. She was awarded a Terra Foundation for American Art Fellowship in Giverny, France, in 2004 and received the S.J. Wallace Truman Fund Award from the National Academy in New York in 2008. She has exhibited work in a variety of venues, including the National Academy, Smith-Stewart at Krut Projects, Regina Rex, and fordPROJECT (all New York); Jolie Laide (Philadelphia); and Franklin Art Works (Minneapolis). Bai lives and works in Brooklyn, N.Y.
J. Michael Deane
Deane earned his BFA from Columbus College of Art & Design in 1999 and his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002. He has exhibited at Mount St. Mary’s College (Los Angeles); Krowswork and Hatch Gallery (both in Oakland, Calif.); the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; and White Flag Projects and PSTL Gallery (both in St. Louis). Deane lives and works in Berkeley, Calif.
Jane Fox Hipple
Hipple earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2004 and her MFA from Tulane University in 2008. She also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture in 2009. Her most recent exhibitions were at DODGEgallery (New York), Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art (Philadelphia), and the Boston Center for the Arts. She also has exhibited at St. Cecilia’s Convent (Brooklyn, N.Y.), SamsØn (Boston), and The Green Project (New Orleans). Hipple lives and works in Montgomery, Ala.
Solomon Thurman and Pat Smith-Thurman are no strangers to the art world. We previously held a downtown studio/gallery on Locust for more than 10 years. Painting for more than 35 years, Artist Solomon is also a researcher and teacher. Solomon and Pat are often referred to as “Art & Science”, because of Pat’s background in information technology. We have a unique relationship. We have been known to sit on panel discussions related to the conceptual age, and how the left brain right brain interaction.
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Rise Community Development is thrilled to invite you to the 3rd annual Rise Up Festival – a St. Louis-centric, multimedia street festival that will be a memorable and fun event for attendees and participants alike:
August 21st from 4:00 to 11:00PM in front of the Rise office at 1627 Washington Ave., situated directly in the heart of St. Louis’ historic garment district, the festival will feature local live music acts as well as artists’ booths juried and approved by professionally working artists, and university luminaries. Additionally, family-friendly street acts and areas, presentations by local businesses, and comestibles available from local restaurateurs and micro-breweries will all be part of the entertainment for the evening.
This is a captivating event where St. Louisans, artisans, and businesses can present their talents and wares, as well as support Rise’s nonprofit mission: to revitalize, reinvigorate, and foster healthy communities in the St. Louis metro area. St. Louis’ premier party band, The Dirty Muggs will headline the music venue and Jeremiah Johnson Band will be serving up the high velocity Blues. After the sun goes down, we have some special scintillating surprises you wont want to miss!
Rise has been successful in the redevelopment of The Grove area, Fox Manor Apartments (behind St. Mary’s High School), Old North St. Louis (near Crown Candy), the Tower Grove neighborhood, and beyond, particularly in providing affordable, sustainable community spaces that enhance the overall vibrancy and quality of living in St. Louis. We really look forward to seeing you there!
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The Orpheum Theater in St. Louis, Missouri is a Beaux-Arts style theater, built in 1917. It was constructed by local self-made millionaire Louis A. Cella and designed by architect Albert Lansburgh. The $500,000 theater opened on Labor Day, 1917, as a vaudeville house. As vaudeville declined, it was sold to Warner Brothers in 1930, and served as a movie theater until it closed in the 1960s.It was restored as the American Theater in the 1980s and was listed under that name on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. It was later sold to local businessmen Michael and Steve Roberts, who renamed it the Roberts Orpheum Theater. The Roberts brothers sold the theater in 2012, and it closed. The Chicago developer, UrbanStreet Group, plans to restore the theater.
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The Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel is a hotel located on the Washington Avenue Loft District in Downtown St. Louis, Missouri. It consists of two wings. The main wing consists of the former Statler Hotel building, which is 256 feet 23 floors tall and covers half a block, with a modern addition covering the other half of the block. The Suites Tower, across the street, is the former Lennox Hotel.