Cakeway to the West Host Locations

The number of installed cakes is growing and there are now 251 (250 + 1 to grow on!) locations marked with a unique cake sculpture! The table below lists the locations with installed cakes and check out the webpages for sites highlighted in blue.

 

Please remember that each cake is a work of art and expression by talented local artists. Please don't stand, pose or climb on the cake sculptures to help keeping them looking great through the end of the celebration year!

 

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Site

Street Address

City

ST

Zip

Location on Site

Install Date

Short Description

Aerie's Riverview Winery

600 Timber Ridge Dr

Grafton

IL

62037

Top of the hill on deck

25-Feb

In the early 1800s, James Mason purchased the land that is now Grafton. Rich Brooks, Artist

AKC Museum of the Dog

1721 S Mason Rd

Ballwin

MO

63011

Right side of museum entrance

25-Feb

Only museum in the world dedicated to 17th century and on dog art. Lindsay Harmon, Artist

Alton City Hall

101 E 3rd St

Alton

IL

62002

Inside by staircase

25-Feb

Rufus Easton developed Alton as a river town in 1818. Screwed Artist Collective, Artist

Alton Visitors Center

200 Piasa St.

Alton

IL

62002

outside of main entrance

25-Feb

Nearby, a park features 2 statues of Lincoln & Douglas, commemorating Senate debate in 1858. Renee Bearden-Williams, Artist

Ameren

1901 Chouteau Ave.

St. Louis

MO

63103

Colonnade on west side of main drive

25-Feb

Ameren electrified the 1904 World's Fair. Rudy Zaph, Artist

America's Center (Cervantes Convention Center)

701 Convention Plaza

St. Louis

MO

63101

West Washington Ave. lobby

25-Feb

America's Center (Cervantes Convention Center) - Stacey Sandweg and Gary Lang, Artists 

America's Central Port / YMCA

451 E Niedringhaus Ave

Granite City

IL

62040

Outside by parking lot

25-Feb

The most northerly ice-free port on the Mississippi River. Kathy Lynott, Artist

Ameristar Casino St. Charles1 Ameristar BoulevardSt. CharlesMO 63301 Inside main street by restaurants 26-Jul Marks the location of the beginning of Hwy 70 and other St. Charles notables. Artist, Amanda Leigh Blalock.

Anheuser-Busch Brewery

1200 Lynch Street

St. Louis

MO

63118

In front of Tour Center

4-Apr

Founded in 1852 - is the largest brewer in the US. Julie Krovicka and Ian Greenlee, Artists.

Annie Malone

2612 Annie Malone Drive

St. Louis

MO

63113

Outside - in front of main stairs

25-Feb

Annie Malone - Theresa Hopkins, Artist

Ashley Street Power House / Riverfront Trail

Corner of Biddle and Lenore K. Sullivan

St. Louis

MO

63102

Outside by Riverfront Trail head.

25-Feb

Built in 1902 by engineer/architect Charles Ledlic. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area2360 Hwy DSt. CharlesMO63304Outside park office 17-Jul3,000-acre park is home to the St. Louis regional office for the Missouri Department of Conservation.  Lindsay Harmon, Artist
Babler State Park    800 Guy Park Drive Chesterfield MO  63005 Next to Visitor's Center  9-Jun 22 structures in park are on the National Register of Historic Places. Artist, Kelly Harmon

Barretts Elementary School

1780 Carman Road

Ballwin

MO

63021

Outside in front of main entrance

21-Feb

Original school in the Parkway School District - Public Vote Winner. Barrett's Students, Artists

Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France (Old Cathedral)

209 Walnut Street 

St. Louis

MO

63102

Outside within stone wall adjacent to parking lot

25-Feb

Public Vote Winner - First cathedral west of the Mississippi River. Vince Sciaroni, Artist

Bellefontaine Cemetery

4947 W Florissant Ave

St. Louis

MO

63115

Inside main entrance

18-Feb

87,000+ St. Louisans rest here including explorer William Clark, beer baron Adolphus Busch, abolitionist John Barry Meachum. Lindsey Sciaroni, Artist

Bevo Mill

749 Gravois Road

St. Louis

MO

63116

Sidewalk outside building.

22-Feb

Built in 1916 by Anheuser-Busch. Gonz Jove, Artist

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri

501 North Grand

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside at Grand and Olive

27-Feb

Celebrating 100 years. Located in Woolworth building, a key civil rights site in STL. Laura Weinrich, Artist

Black Madonna Shrine and Grottos

100 Saint Joseph's Hill Road

Pacific

MO

63069

Open triangle by Nativity Walk Pathway

7-Mar

Hand built over a span of
23 years by Franciscan Brother Bronislaus Luczc. Craig Downs, Artist

Blue Owl

6116 2nd St

Kimmswick

MO

63053

Outside of main entrance

11-Mar

Located in historic Kimmswick founded in 1859. Stuart Schuchardt, Artist

Blueberry Hill

6505 Delmar

University City

MO

63130

Outside of main entrance

21-Feb

Landmark restaurant and music club that started the revitalization of The Loop.- Indy Bowers, Artist

Bonhomme Old Stone Church

14699 Conway Road at White Road

Chesterfield

MO

63017

in front of historic church

1-May

Earlier site of 2nd oldest Presbyterian church west of the Mississippi River, founded in 1816. Alissa Shoults, Artist.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis

2901 N Grand Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63107

Outside of main entrance

18-Mar

Site of the old Sportsman's Park/Busch Stadium. Richard Rice, Artist

Brightside St. Louis

4646 Shenandoah Ave.

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside at Shenandoah & Vendeventer

21-Feb

Founded in 1982 to make St. Louis cleaner, greener and better. Public Vote Winner. George Grove, Artist

Broadway Oyster Bar

736 S Broadway

St. Louis

MO

63102

outside of main entrance

21-Feb

Housed in one of the oldest buildings in St. Louis, built in the 1840's. Public Vote Winner. Gina Harmon, Artist.

Busch Stadium

 700 Clark Ave

St. Louis

MO

63102

8th and Clark outside of team store

14-Mar

Home of the St. Louis Cardinals. Artist, Katherine Nelson.

Butterfly House at Faust Park

15193 Olive Blvd

Chesterfield

MO

63017

In front of entrance

21-Mar

Features 2,000 tropical butterflies in flight. Marilyn Callahan, Artist.

Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

30 Ramey Street

Collinsville

IL

62234

Outside entrance to interpretative center

5-Mar

Inhabited from 700-1400 and peaking from 1050-1200 was home to 10,00-20,000 people. Mark Swain, Artist

Calhoun County Community Foundation

100 Main Street

Hardin

IL

62047

Near flagpole in Harman Park (Main & Water)

20-Apr

County named for John Calhoun, VP of the US under Presidents John Quincy Adams & Andrew Jackson. Artist: Lindsay Harmon.

Campbell House Museum

1508 Locust St

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside in front of building

21-Feb

Built in 1851 as the first house in Lucas Place. Nicholas Nihira, Artist

Carondelet Historical Society - Des Peres School

6303 Michigan Ave.

St. Louis

MO

63111

outside of main entrance

12-Mar

Carondelet Historical Society - Des Peres School - Artist April Morrison

Carondelet Park

3900 Holly Hills Dr

St. Louis

MO

63116

Across street from boathouse

5-Mar

Park dedicated on July 4, 1876. Mark Swain, Artist

Castlewood State Park    1401 Kiefer Creek Road     Ballwin MO   63201  Next to park office     9-Jun Considered one of the best mountain biking locations in St. Louis.  Erik Thompson, Artist.

Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis (New Cathedral)

4431 Lindell Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63108

Outside at Lindell and Newstead

21-Feb

Completed in 1914, this public vote winner is celebrating it's 100th anniversary. Martha Clark, Artist

Centene Center for the Arts & Education

3547 Olive

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside main entrance

17-Mar

Has raised and distributed over $100 million in 51 years for area arts and arts education organizations. Emily Cross, Artist.

Centene Corporation

7700 Forsyth Blvd.

Clayton

MO

63105

Between garage and building

17-Mar

Founded in 1984, as a national leader in healthcare services. Rich Brooks, Artist.

Centennial Greenway / KATY Trail

2886 Arena Parkway

St. Charles

MO

63303

At entrance to trail by Hemsath Parking area

26-Feb

Named for the 100th Anniversary of the 1904 World’s Fair and Olympics and the founding of University City. Mark Swain, Artist

Central Institute for the Deaf

825 South Taylor

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside main entrance on south side of building

27-Mar

Celebrating its centennial anniversary. April Morrison, Artist.

Chase Park Plaza

212 North Kingshighway

St. Louis

MO

63108

Under portico in front of hotel

21-Feb

Built by and named after Chase Ullman, opened in 1922. Chase Staff, Artist

Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion

3352 DeMenil Place

St. Louis

MO

63118

In courtyard behind the building

12-Feb

Constructed in 1849 at the top of Arsenal Hill to command a view of the Mississippi River April Morrison, Artist

Cherokee Business District

3401 South Jefferson

St. Louis

MO

63118

NW Corner of Jefferson and Cherokee

24-Feb

The Indian Statue was created by Bill Christman and installed in 1985. Sophia Dalpiaz-Brown, Artist

Chess Center

4657 Maryland Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63108

On median across from Chess Hall of Fame

25-Feb

In 2009 and 2011, US Chess Federation named St. Louis "Chess City of the Year." Screwed Arts Collective, Artist

Christ Church Cathedral

1210 Locust St

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside on sidewalk in front of Cathedral.

21-Feb

Est. in 1819 as the first Episcopal congregation west of the Mississippi. Public vote winner. Mark Swain, Artist

Chuck-A-Burger Drive-In

9025 St Charles Rock Rd

St. John

MO

63114

Outside entrance

28-Feb

Family owned since 1957 and hosts car shows and cruise nights. Artist: Bill Christman

Church of the Holy Family

East 1st Street

Cahokia

IL

62206

Outside of main entrance

24-Apr

Built in 1799 - oldest continually active Catholic parish in US. Artist: Screwed Arts Collective.

CIC@CET - Cortex
4041 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis
MO
63110 Outside of main entrance 10-JulFounded in 2002, Cortex is the hub for bioscience and tech research and development.  Megan Rieke, Artist.

City Museum

701 North 15th Street

St. Louis

MO

63103

Inside lobby

8-Apr

The brainchild of Bob Cassilly, the museum opened for visitors in 1997. decorated by City Museum staff

Citygarden

801 Market St

St. Louis

MO

63101

By curved wall on N side of garden

5-Mar

Opened in 2009 and features 24 sculptures. Rich Brooks, Artist - Sponsored by Peabody Energy

Clementine's

2001 Menard St

St. Louis

MO

63104

Outside of main entrance

24-Feb

St. Louis' first LGBT bar. Earl Miller, Artist

Clinton County Courthouse

850 Fairfax Street

Carlyle

IL

62231

In front of Courthouse

27-Mar

Clinton County was organized in 1824 out of Washington, Fayette, and Bond Counties. Paul LaFlam, Artist.

COCA - Center of Creative Arts

524 Trinity Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63130

Outside next to bike racks by parking lot.

22-Feb

Building designed by Eric Mendelsohn and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Artist: COCA

Compton Hill Water Tower

1900 South Grand Boulevard

St. Louis

MO

63104

Outside on tower stairs

6-Mar

Built in 1898,1 of 3 remaining stand pipe-water towers in STL and 1 of 7 in US. Genevieve Esson, Artist

Concordia Seminary

801 Seminary Pl

St. Louis

MO

63105

On plaza at end of Seminary Place

28-Mar

Second oldest Lutheran seminary in U.S. - Janice Schoultz-Mudd, Artist.

Confluence Tower

435 Confluence Tower Dr

HARTFORD

IL

62048

ground level of the tower

6-Mar

Commemorates Lewis & Clark's historic expedition. Jean Ponzi, Artist

Creve Coeur Lake

Marine Drive

Maryland Heights

MO

63043

Entrance to Tremayne shelter near Boat Ramp

7-Mar

At 320 acres is largest natural lake in MO. Deb Stroh, Artist

Crown Candy Kitchen

1401 St. Louis Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63106

Outside main entrance

21-Feb

Est. in 1913 and is a public vote winner and cornerstone of Old North St. Louis - April Morrison, Artist

Dogtown

Park area on Clayton Rd. west of Tamm

St. Louis

MO

63139

Park area on Clayton Rd. west of Tamm

25-Apr

Est. largely as a mining settlement called Cheltenham in the 19th century. Jess Goldthorpe, Artist

Drury Plaza at the Arch

2 South 4th Street

St. Louis

MO

63102

Corner of Market and 4th

28-Feb

Historic renovation includes Int'l Fur Exchange, Thomas Jefferson and American Zinc buildings. Sara Siegler, Artist.

Eads Bridge

200 Washington Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63102

At Eads Bridge Metro Station

27-Feb

Opened in 1874 as the longest arch bridge in the world. Dale Dufer, Artist

East St. Louis Municipal Building

 301 River Park Drive     East St. Louis  IL  62201  In front of building  8-May Artist, Katherine Nelson

Eckert's Belleville Country Store

951 S. Greenmount

Belleville

IL

62220

Located outside of market

26-Feb

The Eckert home was built on Turkey Hill in 1880 and the first fruit trees were planted in 1890 - Mary Hessler, Artist

Edward Jones Dome

701 Convention Plaza

St. Louis

MO

63101

Inside roundabout entrance at 7th and Convention Plaza

22-Feb

Completed in 1995 can seat up to 70,000 people. Stacey Sandweg and Gary Lang, Artists 

Edward Jones South Campus

12555 Manchester Rd

St. Louis

MO

63131

Outside of main campus

8-Mar

Founded in 1922, • employs more than 5,000 STL area associates. Public Vote Winner. Artist, Andy Cross.

Emma Kunz House

602 Fulton St.

Belleville

IL

62220

Outside in front yard

5-Mar

Built in 1851 and named after Emma Kunz, whose family home it was for 80 yrs. David Ottinger, Artist.

Emmis Communications  401 S. 18th St.     St. Louis  MO  63103  Outside of entrance  15-Jun Emmis Communications is the presenting sponsor of the annual Moonlight Ramble.  Joe Chesia, Artist.

Endangered Wolf Center

6750 Tyson Valley Road

Eureka

MO

63025

Outside the main entry gates

21-Feb

Founded in 1971 by Marlin and Carol Perkins. Public vote winner. Maura Pusateri, Artist

Eugene Field House

634 South Broadway

St. Louis

MO

63102

In outdoor courtyard

25-Feb

Eugene Field House - Corinne Didisheim, Artist

Fabulous Fox Theatre

539 North Grand Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside of main entrance

27-Feb

Opened its doors to the public for the very first time 85 years ago in 1929. Artist: Rick Monrotus

Fairground Park

3700 Fair Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63107

Outside on NW side of lake by building

27-Feb

Opened in 1908 and was site of first city swimming pool. Dan Jabor, Artist

Famous Footwear / Brown Shoe Company 

8300 Maryland Ave

Clayton

MO

63105

Outside next to giant shoe of shoes

5-Mar

Originally named Bryan, Brown & Company after its founders George Warren Brown and Alvin Bryan. Jennifer Hayes, Artist 

Feasting Fox

4200 S Grand Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63111

Outside of entrance

21-Feb

100 years-old this year and built by Anheuser-Busch. Mark Swain, Artist

Ferguson Station Depot

1 Carson Road

Ferguson

MO

63135

Below depot by City Walk fountain

7-Mar

Built 1885 to launch travelers to St. Louis and other cities. Dennis Babbitt, Artist

First Baptist Church3100 Bell Avenue   St. Louis MO 63106Corner of Cardinal and Bell 5-JulFounded in 1817 as  first Protestant congregation established for African Americans in St. Louis. Artist, Jennifer Weigel.

First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site

200 S Main St

St. Charles

MO

63301

Outside building

24-Feb

Missouri's first state capitol was located in St. Charles from 1821 to 1826. Lindsay Harmon, Artist

Forest Park Forever

5595 Grand Dr

St. Louis

MO

63112

Outside in front of Visitor's Center

25-Feb

Forest Park Forever - Tom Hunt, Artist

Fort Belle Fontaine

13300 Bellefontaine Rd

St. Louis

MO

63138

On bluffs overlooking MO River

7-Mar

From 1809-1826 was a U.S. military fort and the regional Army HQ during the War of1812. Screwed Arts Collective, Artists

Fort San Carlos (Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark)

1 South Broadway

St. Louis

MO

63102

Outside main entrance

14-Mar

Site of only Revolutionary War battle west of Mississippi. Artist, Craig Downs

Fort Zumwalt Park

1000 Jessup Dr W

O'Fallon

MO

63366

Outside in front of brick park building

24-Feb

Historic park features a War of 1812 fort, and the restored Darius Heald Home. Leah Pruitt, Artist

Fountain Park / MLK Statue

4900 Fountain Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63113

West side of MLK statue

27-Feb

Plotted in 1857 and home to the only Dr. Martin Luther King statue in St. Louis. Artist: Screwed Arts Collective

Francis Field

6900 Forsyth Boulevard

St. Louis

MO

63105

Outside main gates on east side of field.

26-Feb

Home of the 1904 Olympic games. April Morrison, Artist

Frank Lloyd Wright House

120 N. Ballas Road

St. Louis

MO

63122

Next to drive leading to house

10-Mar

One of five buildings designed by Wright in Missouri. Chris Rice, Artist

Franklin County Courthouse

15 S. Church

Union

MO

63084

By Ben Franklin statue

11-Apr

Separated from St. Louis County and established in 1818. Paul LaFlam, Artist.

 Gaslight Square  Boyle and Olive  St. Louis    MO   63108  On triangle in intersection  8-May Once a thriving entertainment district with 100 gaslights.  Artist, Theresa Hopkins. Sponsor, Laclede Gas
Gaslight Theater  360 N Boyle     St. Louis  MO  63108  In front of theater  8-May Home of St. Louis Actor's Studio.  Artist, Alison Rieke.

Gateway Arch

100 Washington Ave

St. Louis

MO

63102

South leg of Arch

21-Feb

Monument to Thomas Jefferson all pioneers for whom St. Louis was the Gateway to the West. Public vote winner. Andy Cross, Artist

Gateway Harley-Davidson

3600 Lemay Ferry Rd.

St. Louis

MO

63125

On median front of store

24-Apr

Family owned and operated since 2002. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

General Daniel Bissell House

10225 Bellefontaine Rd

St. Louis

MO

63137

South side of home on porch

7-Mar

Daniel Bissell (1769-1833) was commander of Fort Belle Fontaine in 1809. April Morrison, Artist

Grand Avenue Water Tower

2001 East Grand

St. Louis

MO

63107

West side of tower

27-Feb

Oldest water tower in St. Louis - Gina Harmon, Artist

Grand Basin / Fair Saint Louis

Lagoon Drive

St. Louis

MO

63112

on the western edge of plaza along Lagoon Dr.

27-Mar

The 34th annual Fair Saint Louis is coming to Forest Park in 2014.

Grant's Farm 

10501 Gravois Rd

St. Louis

MO

63123

East side of biergarten courtyard

11-Apr

Opened by the Busch family in 1954. Julie Krovicka and Ian Greenlee, Artists. Sponsored by Anheuser-Busch.

Grants Trail

Tesson Ferry & Grant's Trail

St. Louis

MO

63123

NW corner of Clydesdale Park off Grant's Trail

4-Apr

Opened in 1994 as an 8-mile bike trail. Corinne Didisheim, Artist.

Green Center8025 Blackberry Ave
University CityMO 63130On front porch 7-22Outdoor learning space in Kaufman Park. Megan Rieke, Artist
Greenville Public Library 415 W. Main St. Greenville IL  62246  Next to sign in front of library  9-Jun One of the Carnegie libraries and completed in 1905.  Linda Thompson, artist.

Griot Museum of Black History

2505 St. Louis Ave

St. Louis

MO

63106-2324

Outside main entrance

25-Feb

Only the second of its kind the US, it opened in 1997. Keith Cotton, Artist

Harris Stowe State University

3026 Laclede Ave

St. Louis

MO

63103

Fountain by Givens Admin. Building

28-Feb

Founded in 1857, is one of only two Historically Black Colleges and Universities in MO. Linda Thompson, Artist

Head's General Store / St. Albans

3516 St. Alban's Road

St. Albans

MO

63073

By gas pump in front of store

4-Apr

Built in 1892 as the St. Alban's General Store, Artist, Con Christeson

Heritage House

2800 Olive

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside main entrance

6-Mar

Heritage House - Ashli England, Artist

Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center

1868 Highway F

Defiance

MO

63341

Outside gift shop

24-Feb

Daniel Boone died in the home in 1820. Public Vote Winner. John Troy, Artist

Historic Hanley House

7600 Westmoreland Ave.

Clayton

MO

63105

Outside of main entrance

25-Feb

The 1855 farmstead is the oldest structure in the City of Clayton- Andy Cross, Artist

Historic Trinity Lutheran Church

812 Soulard Street

St. Louis

MO

63104

Outside in church yard

21-Feb

Oldest Lutheran congregation west of the Mississippi River. Mark Hurd, Artist

Historic Woods FortCorner of Main and BooneTroy MO 63379Corner of Main and Boone 7/3Site where settlers built a stockade during the War of 1812. Paul LaFlam, Artist.

Holocaust Museum & Learning Center

12 Millstone Campus Dr.

St. Louis

MO

63146

Outside entrance

21-Feb

5,000 SF core exhibition with a chronological history of the Holocaust. Henryk Ptasiewicz, Artist

Jackie Joyner-Kersee Center

101 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Circle

East St. Louis

IL

62204

Outside main entrance

10-Mar

Jackie Joyner-Kersee was born in 1962 in East St. Louis, Illinois. She won six Olympic medals. Linda Thompson, Artist

James S. McDonnell Planetarium

Clayton Road and Faulkner Dr. in Forest Park

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside north entrance

1-May

Opened in 1963, and named for aviation pioneer and co-founder of McDonnell Douglas. Artist: Sarah Cross

Jay International / South Grand

3172 S. Grand Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63116

In front of store

21-Feb

South Grand is the most diverse corridor in the St. Louis Region- Vince Sciaroni, Artist

Jefferson Bank and Trust

2301 Market Street

St. Louis

MO

63103

Between flag poles on Market

19-Mar

Founded in 1892. April Morrison, Artist

Jefferson Barracks Historic Site Visitor's Center

345 North Road

St. Louis

MO

63125

By flagpoles outside of entrance

10-Apr

Is the army’s first permanent base west of the Mississippi River. Paul LaFlam, Artist

Jersey County Courthouse

201 W. Pearl Street

Jerseyville

IL

62052

Outside W. Pearl entrance

11-Apr

Courthouse built in 1893. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

Jewel Box

5600 Clayton Ave

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside of entrance

27-Feb

Opened in 1936 and on the Nat'l Register of Historic Places. Andy Cross, Artist

Katherine Dunham Museum

1005 Pennsylvania Ave

East St. Louis

IL

62201

In yard in front of Museum

21-Feb

Houses collection of legendary dancer and activist. Dail Chambers, Artist

Kemp Auto Museum

16955 Chesterfield Airport Rd

Chesterfield

MO

63005

South side of Museum

21-Feb

Est. in 2005, features every era of automobile. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

Kenrick-Glennon Seminary

5200 Glennon Dr

Shrewsbury

MO

63119

Outside main building

6-Mar

Est. in 1818, current building completed in 1931. Bruce Howard, Artist

Kiener Plaza

500 Chestnut Street

St. Louis

MO

63101

In planting bed in middle of plaza

7-Mar

Named for 1904 Olympic boxer Harry J. Kiener - Rich Brooks, Artist

Kirkwood Train Station

110 W. Argonne

Kirkwood

MO

63122

Outside main entrance

21-Feb

Built in 1893 by the Missouri Pacific Railroad. Mary Hanson, Artist. Sponsored by Bethesda Heath Group

Laclede's Landing

710 N 2nd St

St. Louis

MO

63102

Suspended above entrance

17-Mar

9-block area settled in 1764 by fur traders Laclede and Chouteau. Artist, Dan Jaboor

Lafayette Park

2000 Park Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63104

Corner of Park & Mississippi

21-Feb

Est. in 1836 as the first park west of the Mississippi. Megan Rieke, Artist

Lafayette Square Plaza1800 Park AvenueSt. LouisMO 63104By the fountain 22-JulIn the heart of the historic Lafayette Square business district, named after Marquis de La Fayette.  Brenda Morrison, Artist.

Lambert St. Louis International Airport

10701 Lambert International Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63145

Terminal 1 ticketing level in new lounge on south side

7-Mar

Named for Albert Bond Lambert, an Olympic medalist and maker of Listerine - Henryk Ptasiewicz, Artist

Lammert Building

911 Washington Street

St. Louis

MO

63101

Outside in front of Washington entrance

21-Feb

Houses T-REX's 72 startup companies and start up incubator, ArchGrants. Janice Schoultz-Mudd, Artist

Laumeier Sculpture Park

12580 Rott Road  St.

St. Louis

MO

63127

North of the West Parking Lot near the Children’s Sculpture Garden

24-Feb

Opened in 1977 and has105-acres and 300,000. Decorated with found objects from the park. Artist, Nick Lang.

Le Grange de Terre (Big Mound) Memorial

1700 North Broadway

St. Louis

MO

63102

On grass adjacent to memorial

7-Mar

Once site of largest Mississippian Culture Indian mounds in St. Louis - dismantled in 1868. Amanda Blalock, Artist

Left Bank Books

399 N. EUCLID AVE.

St. Louis

MO

63108

Outside on sidewalk by entrance

21-Feb

Locally-owned independent book store since 1969. Peat Wollaeger, Artist

Lemp Mansion

3322 Demenil Pl

St. Louis

MO

63118

Outside main entrance

21-Feb

Built in 1868 for the Lemp brewing family. Phil Jarvis, Artist

Lewis & Clark State Historic Site

1 Lewis and Clark Trail

Hartford

IL

62048

In main entry foyer by windows

26-Feb

Lewis & Clark State Historic Site - Mike Ochonicky, Artist

Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center

1050 S Riverside Dr

St. Charles

MO

63301

Outside building

24-Feb

Lewis & Clark launched from St. Charles on May 21, 1804. Ashli England, Artist

Lincoln Park

606 South 15th Street

East St. Louis

IL

62207

Outside of circular building

4/8/14

Popular East St. Louis park. Erik Thompson, Artist

Lincoln-Douglas Square

Corner of Piasa and Broadway

Alton

IL

62002

Outside by statues

26-Feb

Statues of Lincoln and Douglas commemorate their 1858 debate. Genevieve Esson, Artist

Lindenwood University

209 S Kingshighway St

St. Charles

MO

63301

In front of Spellmann Center

28-Mar

2nd oldest higher-education institution west of the Mississippi River. John Troy, Artist.

Lone Elk Park

1 Lone Elk Park Rd

St. Louis

MO

63088

Outside of ranger/visitor center

7-Mar

Opened in 1971 - 6 bison were acquired from the St. Louis Zoo in 1973. Alissa Shoults, Artist

Loretto-Hilton Theatre / The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

130 Edgar Road

St. Louis

MO

63119

MOVED from Theatre to outside the HQ of The Rep (next to theatre).

25-Apr

Home of The Repertory Theatre and Opera Theatre of St. Louis. Mark Swain, Artist

Luvy Duvy's Café / Benton Park

2321 Arsenal Ave.

St. Louis

MO

63118

Outside main entrance

10-Mar

Luvy Duvy's Café is a public vote winner, located in historic Benton Park, est. 1836. Phil Jarvis, Artist

Lyon Park/ United States Arsenal

3100 South Broadway

St. Louis

MO

63118

By General Lyon statue

27-Feb

Gen. Lyon was the first Union general to die during the Civil War. Rich Brooks, Artist

Madison County Courthouse 155 North Main Street Edwardsville IL  62025 In front of St. Louis Avenue entrance  9-Jun Madison County est. September 14, 1812 and named for President James Madison.  Artist, Nicole Cooper

Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park

185 W Trendley Ave

East St. Louis

IL

62201

Outside on overlook by Martin statue

21-Feb

Gateway Geyser reaches 600' - the same height as the Arch. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

Manchester City Hall

14318 Manchester Rd

St. Louis

MO

63011

On sidewalk in front of City Hall

4-Mar

The Lyceum (now City Hall)  was built in 1894 and is next to the ancient Manchester Spring. Mike Ochonicky, Artist

Maritz

1400 South Highway Drive

Fenton

MO

63099

outside of Maritz Theater (south of 44)

7-Mar

Founded in 1894 by Edward Maritz and employs 2,000 St. Louisans. Rich Brooks, Artist

Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing

28 East Prairie Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63147

Outside on grass between trail and river

21-Feb

Part of the National Park Service's Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. Rich Brooks, Artist

Mastodon State Historic Site

1050 Charles J Becker Dr

Imperial

Mo

63052

Outside of Visitor's Center

11-Mar

First mastodon bones were found in 1839 by Albert Koch. Rich Brooks, Artist

Matthews-Dickey Boy's & Girl's Club

4245 N. Kingshighway Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63115

Outside main entrance

21-Feb

Est. in 1960 by neighborhood baseball coaches Martin Luther Mathews and Hubert “Dickey” Ballentine. Dail Chambers, Artist

Meramec Caverns

1135 Route W

Sullivan

MO

63079

Outside of welcome center

7-Mar

1864 Confederate troops hid gunpowder in the cave. Rich Brooks, Artist

Mercantile Library

1 University Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63121

Inside of the library.

26-Feb

Rare treasures include Chouteau’s handwritten narrative of the founding of St. Louis.

Mississippi River Greenway - Trailhead in Jefferson Barracks Park

 498 Bagby St.

St. Louis

MO

63125

next to parking lot of Old Ordinance Museum

10-Mar

Named for the third president, est in 1826. Katherine Nelson, Artist

Missouri Athletic Club

405 Washington

St. Louis

MO

63102

under valet portico

28-Feb

Opened in 1903 and housed dignitaries and athletes for 1904 Worlds Fair and Olympics. Artist, Stuttgart Visiting Artists

Missouri Botanical Garden

4344 Shaw Boulevard

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside main entrance

24-Feb

Founded in 1859, one of the oldest botanical institutions in the US. Public vote winner. Genevieve Esson, Artist

Missouri Civil War Museum

222 Worth Rd

St. Louis

MO

63125

Outside main entrance

10-Mar

Housed in historic Jefferson Barracks Post Exchange and Gym Bldg built in 1905. Stuart Schuchardt, Artist

Missouri History Museum

5700 Lindell Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63112

Outside south (park) facing entrance

25-Feb

1st U.S. monument to Thomas Jefferson. Public vote winner. Thomas Sleet, Artist

Monroe County Courthouse

100 S. Main Street

Waterloo

IL

62298

In front of S. Market entrance

18-Mar

Monroe County is located in Illinois, in the southern portion known locally as "Little Egypt". Its county seat is Waterloo.

Monroe County Welcome Center

6 Gall Road

Columbia

IL

62236

Outside of main entrance

18-Mar

Former one room school also contains the Shoemaker School Museum and One Room School Commemorative Plaza. Artist, Michaela Finnerty

Moonrise Hotel

6177 Delmar Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63112

Outside front of hotel

1-May

A 60-foot solar canopy with 107 glass solar panels, powers the whole rooftop and the rotating moon. Artist, Dan Jaboor

Mount Pleasant Estates

5634 High St

Augusta

MO

63332

On back deck of Appelation Cafe

26-Feb

Originally named Mount Pleasant, the town incorporated in 1855 and renamed Augusta. Christy Martin, Artist

Museum of Transportation

3015 Barrett Station Rd.

Ballwin

MO

63122

Upper parking lot adjacent to Barrett Station Rd

19-Mar

Founded in 1944 by a group of citizens who had acquired the mule-drawn streetcar "Bellefontaine." Jane Saunders, Artist

National Blues Museum / MX Complex

618 Washington

St. Louis

MO

63101

Outside of Blues Museum location

26-Feb

Opening in 2015, to explore the Blues and its role as the foundation of all modern American music. Mark Swain, Artist

National Great Rivers Museum

2 Lock and Dam Way

Alton

IL

62002

In front of museum

13-Mar

Est. in 2003 as a learning center for the Mississippi River and its role as a working river. Danielle Correll, Artist. 

National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

442 S Demazenod Dr

Belleville

IL

62223

Main entrance next to sign

24-Apr

Largest North American Outdoor Shrine with 212 acres of scenic beauty. Artist. April Morrison.

Nine Network

3655 Olive Street

St. Louis

MO

63108

In front of building

4-Apr

One of the most watched public TV stations in the US. Indy Bowers, Artist

Off Broadway

3509 Lemp Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63118

Outside in courtyard

25-Feb

Off Broadway - Kris Mosby, Artist

Old Cahokia Court House

107 Elm St

Cahokia

IL

62206

On porch of welcome center

7-Mar

Reconstructed French-Canadian structure built about 1740. Justin Tolentino, Artist

Old Chain of Rocks Bridge

10500 Riverview Drive

St. Louis

MO

63137

Next to Riverfront Trail on MO side of bridge

7-Mar

5,353 feet long and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Katie Lucas, Artist

Old Courthouse

11 N 4th St

St. Louis

MO

63102

On sidewalk facing the Arch

21-Feb

Finished in 1862 when the cast-and wrought-iron dome was completed. Henryk Ptasiewicz, Artist

Old North St. Louis

2700 North 14th Street

St. Louis

MO

63106

Outside of ONSL office

28-Feb

Old North was originally the independent village of North St. Louis from 1816-1841. Jack Bowe, Artist

Old Post Office

815 Olive Street

St. Louis

MO

63101

Outside main entrance

22-Feb

Only surviving of 5 U.S. Custom Houses built after the Civil War in America’s fastest growing cities. Rich Brooks, Artist

Old Saint Ferdinand Shrine

#1 Rue St. Francois

Florissant

MO

63031

grassy area in front of Convent

7-Mar

Est. in 1789, the church was built in 1821 and the convent in 1819. 

Opera Theatre of St. Louis

210 Hazel 

St. Louis

MO

63119 

In front of office

 20-Jun

Founded in 1976 and internationally known for its inventive new productions.Decorated by the talented scenic artists at Opera Theatre St. Louis.

Original Imo's Pizza location

Corner of Shaw and Thurman

St. Louis

MO

63110

Corner of Shaw and Thurman

8-Apr

Imo’s first store, opened in 1964 at this location. Theresa Hopkins, Artist.

Our Lady of the Rivers at Portage des Sioux

End of LeSeurre Street


Portage Des Sioux

MO

63373

On walkway out to Shrine.

8-Apr

The Shrine commemorates the devastating flood of 1951. Lindsay Harmon, Artist

Payne Gentry House

4211 Fee Fee Road

Bridgeton

MO

63044

Outside on front lawn

7-Mar

Missouri's only restored historic house with a doctor's office. Genevieve Esson, Artist

Peabody Opera House

1400 Market St

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside of Market St. entrance

28-Feb

Founded as the Kiel Opera House, it opened it 1934. Marilyn Callahan, Artist

Pere Marquette Lodge & Conference Center

13653 Lodge Blvd.

Grafton

IL

62037

Outside on patio (east side of building)

26-Feb

Named for Pere (Father) Jacques Marquette who was one of the first missionaries to visit the region. - Katherine Nelson, Artist

Piasa Bird

Great River Road

Alton

IL

62002

Outside below Piasa Bird

26-Feb

Recognized in the travels of Marquette and Joliet before St. Louis was founded. Jennifer Gays, Artist

Powell Hall

718 N Grand Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63101

S of Washington entrance

24-Feb

Erected in 1925 as the St. Louis Theatre, the building became Powell Hall in 1966.   Earl Miller, Artist

Purina Farms

200 Checkerboard Dr

Gray Summit

MO

63039

Outside in arena

11-Mar

Opened for operation in the 1920’s as a free, family friendly attraction.

Regional Arts Commission

6128 Delmar Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63112

Outside on sidewalk

22-Feb

Partner in Cakeway to the West - has invested more than $76 million in the arts. Artists: Alison Rieke and Jess Goldthorpe

Rigazzi's

4945 Daggett Ave

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside main entrance

21-Feb

Founded in 1957. The building was built in 1901 and remains a Saint Louis Landmark. Public Vote Winner. Deann Rubin, Artist

Robert Wadlow Statue

2809 College Avenue

Alton

IL

62002

Outside on plaza 

6-Mar

Alton's Gentle Giant was 8 feet 11 inches tall. Screwed Arts Collective, Artists

Rockwoods Reservation2751 Glencoe RdWildwood      MO 63038Outside park office   7/3 Established in 1938 and has more than 12 miles of hiking trails.  Sandra Schuchardt, Artist.

Ruth Porter Park on the St. Vincent Greenway

5659 Delmar

St. Louis

MO

63112

Delmar and DeBaliviere

24-Feb

Ruth C. Porter was a founding member of the Greater St. Louis Committee for Freedom of Residence. Liza Fishbone, Artist

Saint Louis Art Museum

1 Fine Arts Dr

St. Louis

MO

63110

St. Louis IX, King of France statue plaza

25-Feb

Began in 1881 as the Saint Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts. Rich Brooks, Artist - Southwest Airlines, Sponsor.

Saint Louis University

221 N Grand Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63103

Corner of Grand and Lindell

31-Mar

Oldest university west of the Mississippi River.

Saint Louis Zoo

1 Government Dr

St. Louis

MO

63110

South entrance

25-Feb

6,000 St. Louis schoolchildren helped raise funds to buy the first elephant in 1916. Artist, Gregory A. Linton.

Sappington House Museum

1015 S Sappington Rd

Crestwood

MO

63126

Outside by main sign

8-Mar

The Sappington Family came to the area in 1804-the same year Lewis & Clark set out on their expedition. Artists, Ursuline Academy Students

Schlafly Bottleworks

7260 Southwest Ave.

Maplewood

MO

63143

Outside of main entrance

25-Feb

Founded by Dan Kopman and Tom Schlafly, Schlafly currently brews over 20 styles on this brewhouse. Ryan D. Frank, Artist

Scott Field Heritage Air Park

763 Seibert Rd

Scott AFB

IL

62225

Outside, under wing of plane

26-Feb

Scott Field Heritage Air Park - Tom Hunt, Artist

Scott Joplin House

2658 Delmar

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside main entrance

21-Feb

Only museum in the world dedicated to Scott Joplin and his musical legacy. Bruce Howard, Artist

Scottrade Center

1401 Clark Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63103

14th and Clark

28-Feb

Opened in 1994 and rests on the former site of Kiel Auditorium. Jeremy Brooks, Artist

Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream

8130 Big Bend Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63119

Inside front window of shop.

25-Feb

This Public Vote Winner celebrates its 10th anniversary and has over 30 unique flavors. . Marianne Baer, Artist

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis   5715 Elizabeth Avenue   St. Louis MO  63110

Outside of Shakespeare Festival office.

 17-May Shakespeare Festival St. Louis brings  the Bard's work  to over 100,000 each year in the park and in the streets.  Artist, Andy Cross

Shaw Nature Reserve

307 Pinetum Loop Rd

Gray Summit

MO

63069

On the porch of the visitors center.

25-Feb

2,400 acres of reserve and 14 miles of walking trails. Elaine Taylor, Artist

Shaw Park

231 South Brentwood Blvd.

Clayton

MO

63105

In front of Pool along Brentwood

13-Mar

Est. in 1935 - Clayton's oldest park. Rich Brooks, Artist. Sponsored by Town & Style.

Shrewsbury MetroLink Station

7201 Landsdown Avenue

Shrewsbury

MO

63119

Outside in main station area

28-Feb

Shrewsbury MetroLink Station - Metro Staff, Artist

Shrine of St. Joseph

1220 North 11th Street

St. Louis

MO

63106

South side of church

28-Feb

Only church in St. Louis designated as a site of a Vatican-authenticated miracle. Moira Smith, Artist

Shrine of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne

619 North Second Street

St. Charles

MO

63301

next to statue at corner of Clark & 2nd

19-Mar

Mother Duchesne was beatified by Pope Pius XII. Megan Rieke, Artist

Six Flags St. Louis

4900 Six Flags St Louis Railroad

Eureka

MO

63069

By fountain before ticket purchase area

4-Apr

Opened in 1971 and is one of the three original Six Flags parks. Don Strohmeyer, Artist 

Skyview Drive In

5700 North Belt West

Belleville

IL

62226

grassy area behind screen #1

25-Feb

Sole remaining drive-in theater in the St. Louis area. Ray Harvey, Artist

Soldiers Memorial

1315 Chestnut St

St. Louis

MO

63103

Chestnut side at top of stairs

19-Mar

Opened on Memorial Day, May 30, 1938. Victoria Szulc, Artist

Soulard Market

730 Carroll St

St. Louis

MO

63104

South side of Market

27-Feb

The market had humble beginnings in 1779 as a meadow. Kathy Koerper, Artist

Soulard Restoration Group

1911 S. 12th Street

St. Louis

MO

63104

in Community garden

27-Feb

Ensuring the success of the oldest surviving residential community in St. Louis. Rich Brooks, Artist

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

6 Hairpin Drive

Edwardsville

IL

62026

Main campus park

10-Mar

Est. in 1957 - Public Vote Winner. Autumn Huff, Heather Kniffel, & Carol Dappert, Artists

Southwestern High School / Macoupin Co   8226 Highway 111 Piasa   IL 62079By athletic field    3-JulMacoupin County's cake. The Piasa Bird by the athletic field used to hang on the bluffs. Theresa Hopkins, Artist.

Spirit of St. Louis Airport

18270 Edison Avenue

Chesterfield

MO

63005

park area in front of terminal

26-Feb

Opened in 1964 and is celebrating it's 50th anniversary in 2014. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center

1465 South Grand

St. Louis

MO

63104

Main entrance/circle drive off Park Ave.

20-Mar

Founded in 1956. Cake sponsored by FabickCAT. Rich Brooks, Artist

St. Anthony's Medical Center

10010 Kennerly Rd

St. Louis

MO

63128

Outside in front of building

21-Feb

Founded in 1900's and named after St. Anthony of Padua. Public vote winner. Megan Rieke, Artist

St. Charles County Heritage Museum at Heritage Park

1630 Heritage Landing

St. Peters

MO

63303

Outside building

25-Feb

Located on the site of Kuhlmann's Grove, a popular recreation area for nearly 100 years. Gina Harmon, Artist

St. Charles Old County Courthouse

100 North Third Street

St. Charles

MO

63301

Outside building

7-Mar

Architect Jerome Legg designed the current courthouse completed in 1901. Zach Farmer, Artist

St. Joseph's Academy

2307 S. Lindbergh

St. Louis

MO

63131

On front lawn by Lindbergh

6-Mar

This public vote winner is the 2nd all-girls Catholic high school in St. Louis. Laura Genovese, Artist

St. Louis Arena

1110 Highlands Plaza Drive

St. Louis

MO

63110

By the Mid America Transplant Foundation memorial

27-Feb

Located on "center ice" of St. Louis Arena, demolished in 1999. Sandra Schuchardt, Artist - Mid America Transplant Foundation, Sponsor.

St. Louis Children's Hospital

1 Children's Pl

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside near main entrance

21-Feb

Founded in 1879, is the oldest pediatric hospital west of the Mississippi River Public vote winner. April Morrison, Artist

St. Louis City Hall

1200 Market St

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside Tucker entrance

21-Feb

Completed in 1904 and inspired by Hotel de Ville or City Hall of Paris. Ashley Wenzel, Artist

St. Louis College of Pharmacy

4588 Parkview Pl

St. Louis

MO

63110

corner of Parkview Place and Euclid

17-Mar

A leader in pharmacy education, celebrating 150 years. Public Vote Winner. Andy Cross, Artist.

St. Louis County Courthouse

7900 Carondelet Ave

St. Louis

MO

63105

West side of complex by planters

7-Mar

Largest MO county by population.   Rich Brooks, Artist

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

900 N Tucker Blvd

St. Louis

MO

63101

Outside main entrance

24-Feb

Founded in 1878 by Joseph Pulitzer. Artist: Dan Martin

St. Louis Public Library / Central Library

1301 Olive Street

St. Louis

MO

63103

Outside of Olive St. entrance

31-Mar

Founded in 1865 with a collection of 1,500 books. Andy Cross, Artist

St. Louis Science Center

5050 Oakland Ave

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside main entrance

25-Feb

One of only 2 science centers in the US with free admission. Artist, Dennis Smith.

St. Louis Union Station

1820 Market St.

St. Louis

MO

63103

south plaza under the train shed

28-Feb

Opened in 1894 as the largest terminal in the US. Tom Hunt, Artist

St. Louis Walk of Fame

6605 Delmar

St. Louis

MO

63130

Outside by Chuck Berry statue

21-Feb

25th anniversary. First inductees included Chuck Berry. Gina Harmon, Artist

Steinberg Skating Rink

400 Jefferson Drive

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside at SW corner of the rink

27-Feb

Largest outdoor ice skating rink in the Midwest- Ian Greenlee, Artist

STL-Style

3159 Cherokee St.

St. Louis

MO

63118

Outside front entrance

21-Feb

Founded in 2001 by twin brothers Jeff and Randy Vines. Artist, STLStyle team

Sumner High School

4248 Cottage Ave

St. Louis

MO

63113

Inside main entrance vestibule

28-Feb

1st high school for African-American students west of the Mississippi River. Theresa Hopkins, Artist

Sweetology

9214 Clayton Rd.

Ladue

MO

63124

Outside in parking lot median

21-Mar

New home for decorating or shopping for unique confections at this public vote winner. Angela Perry, Artist.

Taille de Noyer

1896 S New Florissant Rd

Florissant

MO

63031

Behind school next to home and tennis courts

25-Apr

Home of the Florissant Valley Historical Society. Artist, Courtney Veszi.

Ted Drewes

6726 Chippewa St

St. Louis

MO

63109

On west edge of parking lot

6-Mar

Public vote winner with 85 years of serving up one of STL's favorite treats! Mary Hessler, Artist

The Cheshire

6300 Clayton Road

St. Louis

MO

63117

outside of hotel lobby

10-Mar

Started as a modest hamburger joint 80 years ago. Diane Hansen, Artist

The College School

7825 Big Bend Blvd

Webster Groves

MO

63119

In front of school on Big Bend

13-Mar

Public Vote Winning school having their 50th anniversary of independent Pre-8 experimental education. Mary Jo Wilmes, Artist.

The GroveManchester and SarahSt. LouisMO 63110Triangle in middle of intersection4-Jul Thriving center for the LGBT, artist, and cycling communities. April Morrison, Artist

The Hill

5130 Wilson Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63110

North of the Italian immigrant statue

27-Feb

Named after the highest point in the city of St. Louis. Tina Henderson, Artist

The Lodge at Des Peres

1050 Des Peres Road

Des Peres

MO

63131

In front of the building.

21-Feb

Des Peres was founded in 1934 with a population of 550 - Kathy Otto, Artist

The Magic House

516 S. Kirkwood Rd.

St. Louis

MO

63122

On front porch

21-Feb

Opened in 1979 and is celebrating 35 years. Decorated by Jeffrey Arnold

The Muny

#1 Theater Drive

St. Louis

MO

63112

North end of entrance in May Plaza

7-Mar

Opened in 1917 and built in 49 days. Artists, Steve Pollihan and James Van Well.

The Sheldon

3648 Washington Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63108

outside in front of Sheldon

21-Feb

Opened in 1912 as the concert hall is known for its perfect acoustics. Artist: The Sheldon.

The Sweet Divine

1801 S. 9th Street

St. Louis

MO

63104

Outside front entrance

21-Feb

Could be historic Soulard's sweetest spot. Public vote winner. Linda Kurdi, Artist

Tivoli Movie Theatre

6350 Delmar

St. Louis

MO

63130

Outside entrance

21-Feb

90 years old this year - renovated in 1995. Henryk Ptasiewicz, Artist

TOKY / Locust Street Business District  3001 Locust St. St. Louis  MO  63103 Outside entrance   15-Jun Creators of the stl250 logo and housed in the Locust Business District former home of the Ford Motor Co.  Screwed Artist Collective, Artists.

Tower Grove Park

4256 Magnolia Ave.

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside Piper Palm House

21-Feb

Created by Henry Shaw and opened in 1872. Mark Swain, Artist

Turtle Park

6400 Oakland

St. Louis

MO

63139

On the hill near the park sign

27-Feb

It’s the work of Robert Cassilly, the genius behind the City Museum. Liza Fishbone, Artist

United Hebrew Congregation

13788 Conway rd.

St. Louis

MO

63141

Outside of synagogue

26-Feb

It is the first Jewish Congregation established west of the Mississippi River. Henryk Ptasiewicz, Artist

University City Lion Gates

6801 Delmar

University City

MO

63130

Outside across from City Hall

10-Mar

Installed in 1909 and called the "Gates of Opportunity". David Jackson, Artist

University of Missouri St. Louis

1 University Blvd.

St. Louis

MO

63121

University Pl. Dr. in front of Mark Twain Athletic Center

19-Mar

Est. in 1963, it is the largest university by enrollment in the St. Louis area with 16,809 students.

Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis

3701 Grandel Square

St. Louis

MO

63108

Inside building by window facing parking lot.

21-Feb

Founded after 1917 deadly race riot in East St. Louis. Lynsi Sciaroni, Artist - Sponsored by Bank of America

Venice Café

1903 Pestalozzi

St. Louis

MO

63118

Outside the garden on sidewalk

25-Feb

Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Artist, Screwed Artist Collective.

Victorian Home Museum

701 E. Washington St.

Belleville

IL

62220

Outside main entrance

5-Mar

Collection includes a balcony from which Abraham Lincoln spoke in Belleville on October 18, 1856.Paul Laflam, Artist

 Vintage Vinyl  6610 Delmar     St. Louis  MO  63130  Under marquee  8-May  Independent record store and music lovers' favorite.  Artist, Mark Tillman.

Wainwright Building

111 N. 7th Street

St. Louis

MO

63101

Inside in rotunda on main level

6-Mar

Designed by Adler and Sullivan, is among the first skyscrapers in the world. Carey Seven, Artist

Warren County Courthouse

104 West Main Street

Warrenton

MO

63383

Outside of Main St. Entrance

29-Apr

The first term of the Warren County Court was held in 1833. Artist, Patty Spellman

Washington Historical Society

113 E 4th Street

Washington

MO

63090

Outside on 4th St. porch

28-Mar

Washington MO was incorporated on 1839. Gina Harmon, Artist.

Washington University School of Medicine

520 South Euclid Avenue

St. Louis

MO

63110

Outside entrance to medical school.

26-Feb

Founded in 1853, and named after George Washington. April Morrison, Artist

Webster University

572 Garden Ave.

Webster Groves

MO

63119

On grass in front of parking garage

24-Mar

Founded in 1915 by the Sisters of Loretto. Megan Rieke, Artist

West Alton Memorial Park

Intersection of St. Charles Street and Hwy 94

West Alton

MO

63386

On plaza at St. Charles St. and Hwy 94

19-Mar

The Park is home to the Veteran's Memorial and the Memorial Bricks. - Lindsay Harmon, Artist

World Bird Sanctuary

125 Bald Eagle Ridge Road

Valley Park

MO

63088

by flag pole

7-Mar

Part of the Henry Shaw Corridor, which extends 40 miles along the
Meramec River. Mark Swain, Artist

World's Largest Catsup Bottle

800 S. Morrison Ave.

Collinsville

IL

62234

Underneath the bottle

18-Mar

Built in 1949 of Riveted steel, 170 ft total height and has 100 ft legs. Julie Krovicka, Artist.

World’s Fair Pavilion

5600 Clayton Ave

St. Louis

MO

63110

At the northeast corner of the pavilion

27-Feb

Built in 1909 with proceeds from the 1904 World's Fair. Henryk Ptasiewicz, Artist

YMCA of Greater St. Louis

12521 Marine Ave

Maryland Heights

MO

63146

Inside lobby by pool

21-Feb

160 years old - Public Vote Winner. Keith Cotton, Artist

Youthbridge Community Foundation 12685 Olive Blvd   St. LouisMO 63141By main entrance 22-JulFounded in 1877 as the German General Protestant Orphan’s Home.  Rich Brooks, Artist

 

 


 

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