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Art Saint Louis presents: WAITING

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Art Saint Louis is thrilled to present a new exhibit: WAITING, which focuses on the struggle and enlightenment that breast cancer brings, through watercolorist, Muriel Eulich and author, Mary Ellen Havard.

Attached, you will find the formal press release, the exhibit's invitation, and two of Muriel Eulich's pieces that will be exhibited: "Road Map Sign" and  "In Sickness."

For Immediate Release - Art & Literature Expose the Truth Behind Breast Cancer

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Contact: Robin Hirsch @ 314/241-4810, 2# or robin@artstlouis.org

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INTERVIEW, PHOTO/VIDEO OPPORTUNITIES: Chandler Branch, Executive Director, Art Saint Louis, chandler@artstlouis.org

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ART SAINT LOUIS PRESENTS: WAITING, A NEW EXHIBIT SHOWCASING THE TRUTH, PAIN, AND BEAUTY OF THE POWERFUL WOMEN WHO FIGHT BREAST CANCER.

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WHO: Art Saint Louis with Muriel Eulich and Mary Ellen Havard

WHAT: WAITING, an exhibit centered around breast cancer, featuring the watercolors of Muriel Eulich and the writings of Mary Ellen Havard, author of Breast Cancer: One Illness, Two Women, Four Seasons (coauthored by Mary Openlander; PenUltimate Publishing, 2004)

WHEN: August 13 – October 4, 2012 with FREE opening reception: Saturday, August 11, 2012 6-8 P.M.

WHERE: Art Saint Louis. 555 Washington Avenue, #150, St. Louis, MO 63101

WHY:  Experience the inspirational stories of those that have battled breast cancer through unique watercolors and personal writings.

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ST. LOUIS—WAITING – St. Louis’s premiere visual arts organization, Art Saint Louis is proud to announce the opening of its latest exhibit: WAITING. This exhibit features the work of watercolorist, Muriel Eulich, and the writings of author, Mary Ellen Havard. Together, these artists of paint and page have created a unique viewing experience that addresses a disease that far too many people are effected by: breast cancer. Personal photographs and interviews of numerous women influence Eulich’s gorgeous watercolors, while Havard draws from her personal experience with the disease. While no two women’s journeys with breast cancer are the same, both artists explore the pain, the struggle, the anguish, and the beauty and liveliness of those with breast cancer. To learn more about WAITING, its participants, or Art Saint Louis, please visit www.artsaintlouis.org, follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Saint-Louis/128793611961, or on Twitter, http://twitter.com/#!/ArtStLouis

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Art Saint Louis has fostered and celebrated the work contemporary visual artists in and around St. Louis for over 26 years. Through exhibition, education and exchange, the organization seeks to connect and inspire the community, and multiply the economic and cultural vitality of the region. Its core services include a year-round series of free exhibitions in its Gallery at Washington Avenue in the heart of downtown St. Louis, and a number of rotating art exhibitions in corporate locations in the St. Louis area.

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