Trash or Treasure 2022 at the Mirowitz Center: BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

October 4, 2022

Kodner Gallery presents Trash or Treasure at the Mirowitz Center!

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Kodner Gallery returns for the second iteration of our beloved evaluation event!

Join us Sunday, October 23, 2022 from 9:00am - 1:00pm

The Mirowitz Center is located at 8 Millstone Campus Drive St. Louis, MO 63146-6604

Please call 314-733-9813 or email to reserve your timeslot!

Item limit is two per appointment, $20 for the first and $10 for the second.

Click here to view the event on the Mirowitz Calendar!



Addison’s Eyes: An Exhibition of Rediscovered Work by Missouri Artist Kent Addison (1937 - 2020)

September 7, 2022

Kodner Gallery is proud to present Addison’s Eyes: An Exhibition of Rediscovered Work by Missouri Artist Kent Addison (1937 - 2020), with an opening reception on Thursday, October 13, 2022, from 5 pm - 8 pm at Kodner Gallery, 9650 Clayton Road, St. Louis, Missouri, 63124.

The exhibition will be on view through Thursday, November 10th, 2022, and all works will be available for purchase exclusively through Kodner Gallery. 

Addison’s Eyes at Kodner Gallery is generously co-sponsred by Ethan M. Rush, JD, Sigma Advisors - Investment & Estate Management.

Please contact Kodner Gallery for more information or with purchase inquiries at (314) 993-4477 or

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The Formidable Joan Mitchell (American, 1925 - 1992)

July 18, 2022

The legacy of painter Joan Mitchell (American, 1925 - 1992) is one of a formidable creative force. Her work forged a pathway into the nearly impenetrable male-dominated abstract expressionist circles of the 1950s. She garnered critical acclaim and success, as she distinguished herself from her contemporaries through compositions that vibrate with energy and color. From painting, to drawings, to prints, her work elegantly synthesizes landscape, with memory, poetry, and music while retaining the intimacy and emotive potential of the abstractionist movement. Read more about Joan Mitchell and Flower II (T. 370), 1981 a large format lithograph on view at Kodner Gallery!


Art Market Soars Amid Volatile Global Economy

July 11, 2022

Just like you trust your financial advisor, you can trust the Art Advisors at Kodner Gallery.

Despite the dismal stock performance, interest, sales, and growth of the art market are accelerating exponentially worldwide art due to globalization and shifting attitudes towards luxury e-commerce.


Keith Haring "The Valley" Suite

April 18, 2022

Learn more about our recently acquired pair of engravings from one of the most important and influential American contemporary artists Keith Haring.

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Art In Depth: Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917 - 2009)

January 22, 2022

Go in depth with one of the most notable artists in American history, Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917 - 2009). We are featuring a major, large scale painting Upland Country, 1939 available at Kodner Gallery.


Kodner Gallery Presents: An Evening with Fred Green and Mildred Carpenter

January 7, 2022

We had so much fun with everyone who attended An Evening at Home with Fred Green and Mildred Bailey Carpenter, but if you missed out on our one night only, exclusive exhibition, you can check out our feature in the Webster-Kirkwood Times!


Art in Depth: Chuck Close

January 6, 2022

Few artists are as truly iconic as Chuck Close (American, 1940 - 2021). 

His impact on modern and contemporary American Art is unmatched. You can instantly recognize a work by Chuck Close, as his innovative portraits have been staples in museums, institutions, and private collections across the world.


Grant Wood's First Lithograph

January 6, 2022

Learn more about our recently acquired lithograph by seminal American Regionalist painter Grant Wood (American, 1881-1942).


Quite a Pair of Portraits: George Caleb Bingham Paints Mr. and Mrs. Fortney Wyan

January 4, 2022

We are taking a closer look at an exquiste pair of portraits by America's Artist George Caleb Bingham (American, Missouri, 1811-1879).

Created by the lauded 19th Century American artist Mr. and Mrs. Fortney Wyan, represent the paradigmn of foundational American portraiture, defining the aesthetics of