Corporate Members

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Andrea Quiroz Jira – The Jira Collection

I am a jewelry artist that has a passion for creating one of a kind, wearable art. I work with fine silver, sterling, bronze and have recently started working with enamels and mixed media. You can find my work at my website, in Columbia at the Columbia Art League; in Rocheport at Granny’s Antiques; in Kansas City at the Nelson Art Gallery and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.

Art Impressions Gallery and Framing

Art Impressions Gallery & Framing, owned by artist Garnetta Sullivan, is located on The Avenues in the heart of the historic downtown district of Sedalia, MO in a beautiful historic building. Sedalia, known for its rich history as a cattle drive town and also as the home of Ragtime composer Scott Joplin, is becoming an important art and cultural center in Mid-Missouri. Home to the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art on the campus of State Fair Community College, Sedalia is becoming an important art-stop between the Kansas City and St. Louis area.  

Artisans Collective Stl

Artisans Collective Stl provides emerging artists with a collective network offering opportunities and the means to exhibit, promote, and sell their artwork, primarily online. Customers buy directly from the artists, who carefully pack and ship the art themselves.

Artisans in THE LOOP

It’s All About the Art!

Renau Bozarth and Alison Bozarth purchased Artisans in the Loop in April of 2023 with the goal of offering a fun and vibrant space for local and regional artists to demonstrate their creative talents and sell their amazing, one-of-a-kind creations!

The space is light and airy, allowing for full view of each of the artists’ works. Items range in price from expensive to moderate, offering customers of full range of items from which to choose. The gallery houses 2D products with both original and limited addition prints offered. Works include those made with watercolors, acrylics, graphite, charcoal, and any combinations of mediums. Beautiful jewelry is created with the use of natural gems and metals, with a variety of styles, sizes, and types available. Glass, pottery, paper, and textiles round of the incredible display.

Artists backgrounds range from those well known, to newbies who are just entering this exciting world.
6511 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63130

Bluestem Missouri Crafts

Bluestem Missouri Crafts, Niche Magazine’s Top Retailer of American Crafts, is located in the heart of historic downtown Columbia. As a partnership of artists, Bluestem’s three-room gallery features the work of 325 artists and craftspeople from Missouri and its eight neighboring states. The dynamic and evolving collection includes clay, glass, wood, metal and fiber. From traditional to contemporary works, Bluestem’s nationally-recognized artists set the standard for regional excellence. Bluestem offers distinctive gift wrapping free of charge, information cards about each artist, and a knowledgeable sales staff ready to assist you.

Broken and Renewed Glass Art

Broken & Renewed Glass Art is the embodiment of  Donna’s journey into mixed media jewelry which began over 25 years ago when she started working with stained glass in Tucson, AZ. After moving to St. Charles, MO she was introduced to glass fusing loving the dynamic way colors can change when heated in a kiln.  The variety of color possibilities is inspiring.

Learning to wire wrap became her way to turn the cabochons into pendants, bracelets, earrings, and other accessories.  Donna is currently working with hand-painted porcelain cabochons…which are colorful and lightweight.

Throughout the years, she has taken classes to learn different techniques. These classes include Kumihimo cord and bead work, a unique addition to her portfolio. along with a variety of new wire techniques.

​She continues to learn through classes and online sources drawing inspiration and encouragement from them and allowing her to continue her passion of creating unique pieces of wearable art. 

Columbia Art League

The Mission of the Columbia Art League is to provide the community with a stimulating environment for experiencing the visual arts through exhibitions, education, appreciation, promotion and creation of art.

Volunteers staff the gallery, as well as assist in special events. It is the generosity of theses volunteers that allows the Columbia Art League to provide much of its community programming. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, please contact us at info @ CAL for more information.

Elkhorn Silver

Chris Capkovic is an American artist, lapidarist and inventor, based in Missouri.  His journey into lapidary and jewelry-making was sparked by a significant event during WWII in Burma.

His father, a member of the Army Aircorp glider infantry, took military gliders into the Burmese jungle to combat the Japanese and establish airfields.

While walking through a battlefield, he noticed a jade stone roughly the size of a softball. Intrigued, he picked it up and carried it with him throughout the war. After returning home, he had the stone slabbed and cut to create a ring for his wife, Chris’s mother. When he passed away, he left Chris the jade, and that became the catalyst for his own journey in this craft.

Over the years, he committed himself to mastering the skills of lapidary and jewelry crafting, continuing to hone his skills.  Ultimately, he founded his own studio, enabling him to continue enhancing his expertise in crafting exquisite jewelry and lapidary creations, as well as introducing his innovative creation, The Elkhorn Silver™ Jump Ring Jig.

That lucky piece of jade, has held cherished memories of his father, and has become a symbol of his own journey.  This piece of jade has guided him down the path of lapidary and jewelry-making, carrying with it the legacy and significance of his shared history with this father.

Green Door Art Gallery

Here in the heart of Webster Groves, is our ever-changing gallery of outstanding art. We have a simple mission, which is to spread the appreciation of art, and to give artists a space to celebrate their work. That’s why we’re proud to carry an array of styles and mediums from over 30 local and regional artists. Whether you’re looking for unique mosaics, pottery, watercolor works, collages, jewelry, or other pieces, we’re confident we have something that speaks to you. Our space is also a local gathering place, where artists and community members can enjoy events, demonstrations, workshops, and more. We love meeting new people and exchanging stories, so we hope to see you at our gallery soon.

Hallmark Auctions

We bring together buyers and sellers of fine art, decorative arts, fine jewelry, silver and antiques through live and online auctions. We reach an international audience through invaluable and live auctioneers. Our main office is located in Webster Groves, Missouri with satellite offices in Naples and Miami, Florida.

Kinderhook Treasures Gift Shop

Features Route 66 literature and memorabilia along with the areas most unique offering of traditional American-made gifts and home decor.

Manchester Arts

Manchester Arts is a municipal arts council that seeks to inspire engagement in and appreciation for the arts. Manchester Arts embraces multiple art forms by fostering arts development, promotion and education through performances, exhibits, public art, and more in an effort to create a more vibrant quality of life for its residents and to support its businesses.

Mid-Missouri Arts Alliance

Mid-Missouri Arts Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supporting local artists through exhibitions and scholarships in mid-Missouri. While raising awareness of the value of art, ​we provide opportunities for artists of all ages, art educators, and build community support for the arts.  MMAA is located in mid-Missouri in Ashland.

Missouri Artists on Main

Missouri Artists On Main Gallery is located in the beautiful California House (a former stage coach stop) in historic St. Charles, Missouri. We have over forty Missouri artists’ work located on both floors of the gallery. Artists are there to greet you and tell you about the artwork. You’ll find a variety of mediums and styles, ranging from contemporary to traditional.
Guest artists are featured every two months. Enjoy our wine and cheese receptions, with talks given by the artists – they’re free!
Learn something new and make new friends in a class at the gallery. Classes and schedules change often, so be sure to check back for updated information.
We look forward to seeing you,
Jean McMullen owner/artist/teacher

Missouri Association of Community Arts Agencies (MACAA)

MACAA is the Missouri Association of Community Arts Agencies, Inc., a statewide service organization dedicated to strengthening community arts throughout Missouri.

MACAA is a network of over 70 Missouri community arts agencies and over 1350 Missouri artists. MACAA has served communities, community arts agencies and artists since 1979. We believe that the arts make communities better places to live. MACAA programs and services are designed to enhance members’ ability to create and sustain programs and services which meet their community’s needs.


Missouri Life Magazine

 “Why not Missouri?”

Stone Soup Galleries

Stone Soup offers a diverse assembly of fine contemporary 2-D and 3-D artworks for corporate, residential, and wearable art needs. We feature exceptional local and regional artists whose works appear in private or corporate collections around the world. Come in and engage with the collection and featured artists through our bi-monthly open house. These events are lots of fun and include live music, gourmet appetizers, and beverages.

Sullivan Creative

Sullivan Creative is an innovative website design and graphic design company located in Sedalia, Missouri. We offer clients a full array of design services including web design and development, excellent shared web hosting plans, social media marketing, creative logo design, business card design, branding, print design, banner printing, signs, decals, advertising, photography, promotional products and more. 

We believe in customer satisfaction and are all about providing responsive service with integrity and a passion for excellence while meeting or exceeding our clients’ expectations.

SW MO Art & Craft Guild

SW MO Art & Craft Guild is composed of people with a common interest in the advancement of art and fine craft. We are an association and network devoted to the region’s fine art and fine craft and the people who create it.

The purpose of the guild is to support the working artist:

Through developing the understanding and appreciation of art and craft.

By functioning as a resource, network and forum for sharing information
By helping artists grow their technical skills, increase business and peer contacts and achieve greater marketability for their work.

Through exposing the art-buying community to the abundant high quality art created by our regional artists

By presenting workshops, demonstrations, displays, events and publications to expose future artists and the community to the possibilities of art as a vocation.

The Foundry Art Centre

The Foundry Art Centre resides in what was once a train car factory; a 1940’s structure formerly owned by American Car & Foundry. Rather than demolish the 36,800 square foot building, the community of St. Charles worked tirelessly to complete a 2.2 million dollar renovation and opened the regions’ premiere, interactive, interdisciplinary art center in the spring of 2004.

As a vibrant home to the arts, the Foundry Art Centre raises awareness and appreciation of the arts throughout the region. Alive with activity, the Centre’s programming reinforces the importance of the arts and helps ensure that arts and culture remain vital. Artists, patrons, young people and the community at large continually find new ways to interact at this unique facility.

The Foundry Art Centre includes 5,200 square feet of Smithsonian-caliber exhibition space to host national exhibitions. Special touring exhibitions involving a variety of media, curated exhibits and juried competitions are displayed in the galleries.

Artists’ studios with open glass fronts on the mezzanine level of the building allow visitors to see artists at work and interact with them as they practice their craft. The artists’ work represents a variety of media, including oil painting, printmaking, wheel-thrown ceramics, sculpture, and watercolor.

Waverly House Gifts & Gallery

Opened in 1987 in Springfield, Missouri, we are a regional destination for fine art and fine contemporary American Craft, featuring both regional and national artists in watercolor, oil, pastel, ceramics, glass, wood, jewelry, mixed media, sculpture and fiber art.

Changing shows are featured in our upstairs gallery, usually opening the first Friday of the month.

In addition we feature a year-round Holiday Gallery including: Christopher Radko, Byers’ Choice Carolers, Inge Glas, Wilhelm Schweizer Pewter, German Nutcrackers and Smokers, Joy to the World and much more.