The new exhibits at Duane Reed Gallery feature three artists with very different styles. Ken Worley is a painter who uses oil sticks to create stylized pictures of colorful trees and rolling hills inspired by Rockwood Reservation in St. Louis’ West County. Lesley Richmond has an intricate method of creating large scale textile pieces depicting breathtaking landscapes. And Matt Mitros has been using his expertise in ceramics to create a series of mugs that challenges common conceptions brought on by a focus on function. These exhibitions are on display at Duane Reed Gallery in the Central West End Neighborhood of St. Louis through April 4th, 2020. Please visit www.duanereedgallery.com for more information.