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Phyllis Weber Exhibition
Phyllis Weber is one of the original founding members of Craft Alliance. In 1964, this energetic group of artists established the non-profit organization to be dedicated to the passion and spirit of craft in St. Louis. Over 50 years later, we stand stronger than ever, serving the St. Louis community and the national craft world.
Phyllis was a self-taught metals artist and took night classes to hone in on her skill. She studied with Heikki Seppä and worked periodically in the metals studio at Oxford Polytechnic School in England. She has exhibited her work throughout St. Louis and had a solo show in 1973 at Craft Alliance’s first gallery on 4738 McPherson.
Phyllis paused her studio practice to attend law school in 1973, but never stopped feeling passionate about Craft Alliance. She served on the board and was a two-term president when Craft Alliance relocated to its second home in University City at 6640 Delmar Blvd. She helped publish the weekly newsletter and has continued supporting the organization today.
We are honored to be able to share the Phyllis Weber Exhibition in our new home and celebrate her lifetime of passion for craft.