Two pieces of art by Martha Iler of Greenville, a member of the Our Common Ground Artist Guild, were accepted into “Art St. Louis XXXIII (33), The Exhibition.”
Iler’s piece, titled “Disenfranchised,” was selected by exhibition jurist Daniel Anderson for an Award of Excellence. It is a sculpture made of discarded bits of rust that Iler collected from the streets of Greenville.
The exhibition is open from now through December 21 at Art St. Louis, 1223 Pine Street in St. Louis. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It consists of a variety of artwork in all styles, media, themes, subjects and techniques.
For this year’s show, more than 435 pieces were submitted by 108 St. Louis region artists and Iler’s was among the 54 pieces selected for the final exhibition.