​​​Creative Services for Adults with Disabilities

A Program of Resources for Human Development


Poptropolis II - November 11 - November 12, 2017

Koken Art Factory, St. Louis MO

An experience delving in enchanted design and atmospheric silliness. Pop/Urban/Whimsical works of art featuring FLS artists Mary Wortman, Damian Harris, Jen Courtois, Laura Large, Barb Chapman, Jessica Snow, Tina Whittaker, and Elizabeth Mayuku.  

Everything Blue - July 7 - August 11, 2017

Soulard Art Gallery, St. Louis MO

There is no lack of blue around us, from our oceans, to our sky, to our jeans.  It’s a calming color that induces trust and focus amongst many other qualities.  Blue in all of its varying hues is simply a pleasing color and is consequently the world’s most favorite color. Featuring the artwork from FLS artists Damon Hood, Mark Sulin, Shannon White, and Crystal Wilmsen. 


Purrfect Art Exhibition - June 6 - June 11, 2017

​Pieces Board Game Bar and Restaurant, St. Louis MO

Week-long exhibition of feline-inspired art featuring FLS artists Jen Courtois, Abbie Anderson, and Wanda Eldridge.

Inside Insight - April 8 - April 27, 2017

Good Shepherd Gallery, Ferguson MO

​INSIDE INSIGHT is a group exhibition of feelings and emotions, expressed by the artists of Fine Line Studios. This exhibit features artworks in a variety of media including painting, ceramics, mixed-media illustrations, music recordings, and more, by 50+ FLS artists! 


​​​​​​​Purrfect, October 18, - December 20, 2018
Pieces: The St. Louis Board Game Bar and Cafe, St. Louis MO

The "Purrfect" art exhibition celebrates all art related to cats. This exhibit is in partnership with Tenth Life Cat Rescue. Fifteen FLS artists are participating in this all-cat art exhibit.


Reclaim - November 17 - December 30, 2017

Ramp Gallery, St. Louis Artists' Guild, St. Louis MO

The St. Louis Artists' Guild presents Reclaim, a Midwest regional all-media juried exhibition that contains work with a concern for the environment and mass consumption. In particular, there are many works of art made from repurposed and recycled materials. Through this exhibition, STLAG is interested in promoting artwork rooted in the tradition of found object and assemblage projects, as well as self-reliant individuals who see multiple uses for items and materials. We believe that by using materials in a new and fresh way, artists are a mirror for society's use of short-lived and disposable products.