Genevieve Esson Art On Exhibit At Industrious St. Louis


I am pleased to announce my artwork is on display at Industrious St. Louis. There are five pieces in the show, called “The Diversity Of Trees”. The art is mostly made from upcycled items. Industrious St. Louis is a beautiful space, located at 555 Washington Ave., Suite 310. Show runs from September 17th to November 5th. There is no art opening. Please feel free to set your own hours to view the exhibit. Industrious is closed on Sat. – Sun. Note hours of operation below. The artwork is for sale but there are no description cards. My Art Bio is there with my contact info if you are interested in a piece. The exhibit is free and open to the public. There are lots of cool restaurants and boutiques on Washington Ave. Make a day of it, and explore beautiful Downtown St. Louis.

Address: 555 Washington Ave., Suite 310, St. Louis, MO 63101
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

My Art Banner on Display in NYC! Woot!

I am very pleased to announce that my artwork, “Reflections On Color” was selected along with 89 other international artists to be displayed as a banner in New York City in the garment district for the Art Elevated, Look Up CFA, by Orangenius =) The banners will be flying high in NYC’s Garment District:
SEPT. 12, 2018 β€” OCT. 31, 2018
Garment District Light Poles
Throughout the Neighborhood
Orangenius will be posting the winning artists on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram over the next few weeks. There are 90 artists so I will keep you posted when mine is on their wall. I am so excited!!! πŸ˜€πŸ’ž
For the first time this year, in celebration of our 15th Annual Arts Festival, the Garment District Alliance is proud to present Art Elevated. Organized in partnership with Orangenius, an online art platform and collaborative community, Art Elevated is an aerial exhibition, displaying the works of talented artists from around the world on banners throughout the Garment District.
Ninety winners were selected by jury following our first global art competition. More than 500 submissions werereceived from artists in over 20 differentcountries. Out of these ninety, three were selected as the grand prize winners.
To find a specific piece or to browse the entire exhibit, please use the galleries below, organized alphateically by the artist’s first name.
We serve New York’s storied Garment District, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Working in partnership with local building owners and businesses, we improve the quality of life and economic vitality in this authentic New York neighborhood. The Garment District Alliance, formerly the Fashion Center BID, is a not-for-profit corporation, established in 1993.