The Judson House is proud to inaugurate our new Second Floor Gallery with the work of Sarah Lorentz and Milo Duke. The Second Floor Gallery is conveniently located up the stairs from both the Music Room and the Kitchen..
Sarah Lorentz is an accomplished and prolific Saint Louis artist who shows extensively in the region; her plein air paintings are also currently on exhibit at the Sheldon Museum just across the street from Judson House.
Sarah’s exuberant landscapes in oil and watercolor display bold brushwork and exciting color that delight the eye. Milo Duke’s realistic oil paintings range from unusual still life compositions of dangling manikins to portraits of medieval saints. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries across the country, including the National Portrait Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, and Saint Louis’s own Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at Saint Louis University.
Sarah Lorentz and Milo Duke will be showing in the Second Floor Gallery through March, 2023
The Courtyard Gallery is showing the work of Stan Jones, Lyn Magee and Tim Tucker. Stan and Lyn are the artists who live in Judson House; it is exciting to showcase the talents of the people who make Judson House possible.
Stan’s pastels display complex layering of color to create electric landscapes, he is also showing spare analytical oil paintings of architectural fantasies.
Lyn creates assemblages that exemplify the art of Zen with thoughtful confections of found and made objects.
Tim Tucker’s beautiful photographs on the subject of hearts randomly occurring in the environment are a lesson in the rewards of observing one’s surroundings with an open eye.
Stan Jones, Lyn Magee and Tim Tucker will be showing in the Courtyard Gallery through March.