Workshops and Classes at the Gallery

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June and July Workshops!!

 June 26 – “Whimsical Watercolor Animals” with Janine Helton!!

In this workshop, you will paint a portrait of your favorite
four-legged friend!  You will learn to evaluate and interpret
your own photograph and make decisions regarding
composition, color and value changes.  Techniques of
lost and found/hard and soft edges, wet-on-wet,
direct painting, negative painting, and more will be
explained and demonstrations!  2 Openings!
When:  Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time:  9am – 4pm
Cost:  $85
June 28 – “Just Clucking Around II” with Jean McMullen!

This is second in the series of ways to paint Roosters!!  This time, we will not only
use brushes, but we will add fingers!!  These fun and whimsical fowl will add
new techniques of wet on wet, wet on dry, splattering and much more!!
All supplies will be included! 2 Openings!
When:  Thursday, June 28, 2018
Time:  9 am – 4 pm
Cost:  $85 includes supplies!
July Workshops!
July 9 OR July 28 – “Watercolor Start to Finish” with Janine Helton!
In this one day workshop, you will learn my

process of planning and preparing an underpainting
before painting the subject, moving into negative painting, and then adding the finishing touches with positive shapes.  Techniques covered include composition, using and combining your own photographs, color and value, lost and found/hard and soft edges, and positive and negative painting, with an emphasis on the later.
When:  Monday, July 9 OR Saturday, July 28
Time:  9 am – 4 pm
Cost:  $85
July 10 – 31 – Beginning and Intermediate Watercolors with Joyce Rothermich! (Four Classes)

This class is for the beginner or the artist wanting to expand and develop their knowledge in the area of watercolor. Learn the elusive qualities, the vitality and its capacity to adapt to the visual responses of the individual artist.  You will become familiar with the medium through a “hands-on” approach.  Monitoring and guidance through each exercise and painting will be provided by the instructor.
When:  Tues. Mornings, July 10,17,24, & 31
Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Cost:  $70 – A supply list will be provided.
July 12-13 – Landscape Workshop with award winning artist, Maggie McCarthy!
The focus of this workshop will be on landscapes. The idea is to give the viewer more than a description of a place or scene.  “Feeling” is what it’s all about.  Knowing what to do to make an individual piece come alive and speak to the viewer is the key.  Understand vistas, trees, water fields, snow and clouds are covered(as much as we can) but all this flows first from an understanding of landscape and successful composition.
When:  Thurs./Friday – July 12-13, 2018
Time:  9 am – 4 pm
Cost:  $185
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St. Louis Watercolor Society’s 19th annual exhibition

Missouri Artists On Main
321 S Main St, St Charles, MO 63301(636) 724-1260
Join us for the Opening Reception of:
                      St. Louis Watercolor Society’s 19th Annual Juried Exhibition
Ted Nuttel, Juror
Where:  Missouri Artists On Main
              315-321 S. Main St.
              St. Charles, Mo. 63301
Time:    6:30 pm – 9pm
When:  Friday, April 13, 2018
 Awards Ceremony:  7:30 pm
Show runs April 10 – April 30, 2018
Refreshments will be served.  Bring a friend!

Sunday In Central Park
Sunday in Central Park by Ted Nuttal, Juror
A graduate of Colorado Institute of Art, Ted Nuttall is a figurative artist whose painting expression was born out of his observation of people. Ted is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Watercolor West, Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, and enjoys Master Status with the Transparent Watercolor Society of America.
Juror Ted Nuttel and MAOM owner and artist Jean McMullen
members of society
Members of the St. Louis Watercolor Society with Juror Ted Nuttel
Juror Ted Nuttel during the critique.
Missouri Artists On Main is honored to host the annual exhibit of the St. Louis Watercolor Society. It is an exciting show. Do not miss this exhibition.

UPDATE, Take a look!


Missouri Artist On Main 321 S Main St, St Charles, MO 63301

(636) 724-1260  


The upstairs gallery has a new look. The new carpet is down and we bid goodbye to the blue walls. Take a look…

upstairs3 The new carpet. What a difference. No more baby blue walls!

upstairs1 We did fit everything back into the space. It looks great!

Come and visit the newly renovated upstairs gallery. MAOM represents over 40 Missouri artists and the entire building is brimming with beautiful work. Each day the gallery is staffed with artist from the group. Not only do you get a chance to view exceptional work but you will always have a chance to chat with some of the makers.



Valentine’s Day



MAOMlogoMissouri Artists On Main

315-321 South Main Street, St. Charles, MO


Necklace by MAOM jeweler Donna Knox

St. Valentine is believed to have been a Roman priest who was martyred on February 14 around 270. How he became the patron saint of lovers remains a mystery, but one theory is that the Church used the day of St. Valentine’s martyrdom in an attempt to Christianize the old Roman Lupercallia, a pagan festival held around the middle of February.

In the late 1300s, we begin to find the first clear references to a tradition relating February 14, St. Valentine’s Day, to romantic love. Poems were composed for the event, the earliest being Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls(c.1381), about rival bird-suitors quarreling on Valentine‘s Day. The first Valentine’s Day cards were handmade, but by the early nineteenth century, printed cards were common in England. When this fashion was exported to the United States in the 1840s, a veritable Valentine mania broke out.

Bowler, Gerry. “Valentine’s Day.” St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. Ed. Thomas Riggs. 2nd ed. Vol. 5. Detroit: St. James Press, 2013. 222. Gale Virtual Reference Library.

Missouri Artist On Main offers a wonderful selection of gifts to celebrate the day.


Chain mail necklace by MAOM jewler Melanie Hancock

Joyce Rothermich scarf

Hand painted and dyed silk scarves by various MAOM artists.

Cloisonne Earrings

Earrings by MAOM jewler Kathryn Leventhal-Arnold

VicBarr Boxes by MAOM wood artist Vic Barr

drew_weaving Wearable art by MAOM master weaver / fiber artists Judith Drew

Perhaps the perfect gift would be a workshop or multi-week class at the gallery. Please visit for a list of all upcoming classes.



HAPPY HOLIDAYS! It is that time of year!


Missouri Artists On Main, 315 – 321 S. Main St. Charles, MO  63301

(636) 724-1260

The gallery is full of great items to fill every holiday shopping list.


Watercolors by MAOM artist Janine Helton

meet the artist

MAOM represents over 40 Missouri artists. And, we take turns staffing the building so come meet the artist. As you can see some are real characters.


Can’t decide? We offer gift certificates.

Don’t forget…


MAOM occupies the entire building. Much more work upstairs.

Think about it…

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take a class. MAOM offers classes in many different media. Bring a friend, great gift idea. Check out the webpage to find a complete listing of the upcoming offerings.



MOSAICS Fine Art Festival


Missouri Artist On Main

315 – 321 South Main St., St. Charles MO 63301


Please join MAOM in celebrating the 23rd Mosaics Fine Arts Festival this weekend.

Friday, September 15th: 4 – 9 PM

Saturday, September 16th: 11 AM – 9 PM

Sunday, September 17th: 11 AM – 5 PM

Drop by the MAOM booths and stop in the gallery to view even more work from over 40 Missouri artists.

The MAOM gallery will be staying open late on Friday and Saturday nights.

Functional pottery by MAOM artist Clinton Berry


Beautiful work by MAOM print maker Vary Mosblech

kathy-hat2  Beautiful wearable art by MAOM felter Kathy Shallow

Jean McMullen_casa-da-loco-winery Wine themed art by MAOM director Jean McMullen

…and many more wonderful Missouri artist.




Festival Of The Little Hills 2017

Missouri Artists On Main

315 – 321 South Main St. St. Charles, MO



The gallery will be open for extended hour during the Festival of the Little Hills. Please stop in and view the work of over 40 Missouri artists.

This Year’s Festival Dates:

Friday, August 18, 2017 — 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday, August 19, 2017 — 9:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday, August 20, 2017 — 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM


Jewelry by MAOM artist Melanie Hancock

Pottery by MAOM artist Clinton Berry 


Prints by Mary Mosblech

Jean McMullen_casa-da-loco-winery Wine collages by Jean McMullen

Janine Helton_here comes trouble

Watercolors by Janine Helton

And so many more!

Don’t forget to check out the upcoming class schedule, online at