ST. LOUIS, MO 63108
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It’s our favorite time of year: Pumpkin season! Our independent artists will be crafting tons of beautiful glass pumpkins, individually made by hand, to unveil at our next big Third Friday open house! Browse a huge selection of glass gourds of all shapes and sizes, then stick around for an amazing party!


Glassmaking Demonstrations: Geek out over the glass making process!
Glassblowing Demos at 6:15p, 7:30p, 8:45p.
Flameworking Demos at 6:00p, 7:30p, 8:45p.

Show us your creative side with our glass art experiences! $35 per project*
Glassblowing (Ages 10+): Sculpt glowing molten glass into a paperweight
Flameworking (Ages 10+): Melt glass rods through a torch to craft beautiful beads. Add them to a bracelet, keychain or necklace pendant!
Fused Glass: Cut and layer pieces of glass to create jewelry, wine charms, bug magnet, glass tile, or nightlight.
*Experiences are first come, first served. No advance registration available. See below for available options.

Grab some locally sourced bites from the Harvest Xpress food truck!

East Gallery presents “Stream of Consciousness” by Diane Reising. More info below.

7:00p: Evergreen performs their mix of Americana & soft rock — perfect pumpkin picking music!

8:30p: The St. Louis Fire Technicians turn up the heat on the patio!

Doors open at 6:00p.
Admission is FREE for all ages
No RSVP required

Limited onsite parking is available. Guests arriving later at the event may have to park nearby on Delmar Blvd. 

ON DISPLAY: "Stream of Consciousness" by Diane Riesing

“Stream of consciousness” would best describe how I think of my abstract and semiabstract painting. The shapes, marks, textures and colors tend take on organic forms evoking landscape, seascape, plant and animal life. My paintings evolve from a subliminal world of ideas and feelings that show themselves in the process of creation. I am inspired by the source of dreams and cultural symbols, and search for them in my art.

I find success in my painting when I recognize those images in a composition and it is most gratifying when others do also. My preferred medium is oil and cold wax, which lends itself well to my vision, as it is a painting process employing multiple layers creating and destroying until the right image appears. My paintings develop over weeks and months of revision as I search for their ultimate expression.

I initially trained at Washington University School of Fine Art and while I never stopped creating works, I could be described as a “Return to Art” person after a
career in Psychiatric Social Work. This undoubtedly informs my vision in ways I may never fully realize. I have additional training from Webster University in
drawing and painting. During the last several years, I have exhibited at local venues such as the Kirkwood Train Station via the Kirkwood City Arts Council, Powder Valley Recreation Center, various libraries and banks, Clayton Fine Art Gallery, Old Orchard Gallery with MySLArt, Art St. Louis, and Confluence of Expression on line competition. I am a juried member of Greater St. Louis Art Association and volunteer with Arts as Healing and MySLArt.