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Fine Arts Gallery


The Fine Arts Department is recognized for its undergraduate and graduate education in painting, drawing, sculpture, graphics, ceramics, and photography.


Gallery of Art’s Mission Statement

Fontbonne University Gallery of Art’s mission is to encourage and support the artist and the education of the visual arts in the community through its exhibitions and programs.

We value the artist and their work by promoting and supporting them through exhibitions, gallery talks, education and outreach programs.  We want to help build audiences for the artist’s work by providing the community with a venue to view quality art.  We believe in creating an educational environment for both the artist and audience to interact for a more personal experience of art.  

We serve Artists - young, emerging, and professional; Art Viewers - novice, those seeking more knowledge and experience of the arts; Art Collector; and Special Populations.  We reach out to these communities by providing professional art programs and encouraging the participation of art through a variety of learning opportunities.

The Gallery renovation was generously funded by the Fontbonne Community Connection January 2011.  The Figure Now Exhibition was the first exhibition in the new space.


Fontbonne University Gallery of Art Upcoming Schedule


Fall 2014

Ellen Jantzen

August 29 - September 26

Opening Reception August 29  6-8 pm


Robert Schhleicher Memorial Exhibition

October 3 - November 14

Opening Reception Friday, October 10  6-8 pm


Fall Thesis Show BA, BFA, MA and MFA Students

November 21 - December 12

Opening Reception Friday November 21  6 - 8 pm

Spring 2015

Norleen Nosri, Ceramic Artist  

January 16 - February 14

Opening Reception Friday, January 16  6 - 8 pm


Faculty Show  February 27 - March 20

Opening Reception Friday, February 27  6-8 pm

Junior Synthesis Show March 26 - April 1; Reception Tuesday March 31;  1:30 - 3pm

Students taking BFA requirement Jr Synthesis will display their work 

Spring 2015 Thesis Show

Bachelor of Fine Art and Master of Arts

April 11 - 22; Reception Friday, April 17 6 - 8 pm

Master of Fine Art

May 1 - 16 (Gallery open for Commencement, May 16,  from 8 - 4:30

Opening Reception Friday, May 1  6 - 8 pm 

Fontbonne University Gallery Hours 

  • Monday thru Thursday 9 am – 4 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 6 pm
  • Saturday Noon - 4 pm


Off Campus Gallery Exhibits

The following shows are presented by current students, alumni and faculty. They are hosted at venues outside of the Fontbonne campus. Please contact the venue directly about tickets and gallery hours.


Tim Liddy, Fine Arts Faculty, will be a part of:

State of the Art Exhibition at The Crystal Bridges  September 13, 2014 - January 19, 2015

Involved in a project for the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.  He has been commissioned to create ten football themed board game boxes to be added to the Kansas City Chiefs Art Program Collection.

 Mark Douglas, Fine Arts Faculty, will be a part of:

SCOPE International  Contemporary Art Show  Deember 2 - 7, 2014

Victor Wang, Fine Arts Faculty and alumni, will have a solo show:   "Dreaming of a Journey with SunflowersAtrium Gallery Nov 7 - Dec  31.  Opening Reception Friday, Nov 7 6 - 8 pm with artist talk at 6:30.  Thursday - Saturday 10 - 5; Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment.  4814 Washington Ave. (Central West End); 314-367-1076 


Metra Mitchell, Alumni, MFA Living Histories will exhibit at Mad Art Gallery January 31 - Feb 21 with opening reception Sat. Feb 13th 7 - 11 pm

Metra will also have work in the Figurative Art Exhibition at St. Charles Community College Feb 2 - 27 with a reception on Wed. Feb 4th 6 - 8 pm

Adam Long, Alumni, MFA will participate in The Art of Our Consumption at the Foundry Art Center in St. Charles, Mo. Jan. 8 - Feb 13.  Opening reception Thurs, Jan. 8th 6 - 8; Gallery talk 5:30 - 6.


Erica Popp,  Reese Gallery, Opening Friday, Feb 6 from 6-9 pm   Gallery talk on Saturday, Feb 7 at 1:30.

Leslie Reuther-Nicols, Alumni BFA 2001,  Will be artist in residence at the Zion National Park  April 1 - 30.   
She will also be be an artist in residence at Women's Studio Workshop in New York


 Lenda Baxter-Sininic, Alumni MFA '05   March 2 - April 10 Landscaps "Be Still And The Earth Will Speak"  Artist talk and reception at Marilyn Foley Art Galler, Thursday, March 19  1pm