What will you find at the Jean Stephen Galleries?

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Thursday, May 7th, 2015 at 10:55am.

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The Jean Stephen Galleries is one of the most interesting attractions found in the St. Louis Park area. It was founded in 1987 and has been helping art collectors find the perfect piece for more than two decades. They provide pieces from a wide range of artists all the way from Dr. Seuss to Rembrandt.

Genres

The gallery covers many different genres including:

  • Impressionism
  • Sculpture
  • Magical Realism
  • Contemporary
  • Local
  • Abstract
  • Cartoon
  • StillLife
  • Surrealism
  • And More!

With plenty of works found in each category, you can enjoy all types of art at the Jean Stephen Galleries. Whether you prefer works from someone famous, an up and coming artist or someone local, you will find it here.

Artists

Some of the many artists found at the Jean Stephens Galleries are:

  • Anton Arkhipov - Oil Paintings, Sculptures and Limited Editions
  • Bill Mack - Sculptures in Bonded Sand and Bronze
  • Rolinda - Local
  • Rembrandt - Many famous works
  • Michael Wilkinson - Acrylic Sculpture
  • Ting Shao Kuang - Paintings
  • Pamela Sukhum - Paintings
  • Brian McMullen - Sculptures
  • Mario - Paintings
  • And Many More!

The list is very long and there are many recognizable names with pieces found at the galleries.

The gallery also holds many events to introduce new artists, showcase specific works and so much more. With so many pieces on display and up for sale, it's certainly a place you will want to visit, if you love art.

Gallery Information

The Jean Stephen Galleries is a 4,000 square foot building found at 4811 Excelsior Boulevard in St. Louis Park. They are found just east of Highway 100 and the parking is found right next to the gallery.

The gallery is open from 10am to 6pm, Monday through Saturday and closed on Sundays. You can find out more about the Jean Stephens Galleries at, http://www.jsgalleries.com.

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