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Steven Heilmer: Pietre Sante | Holy Stones
Artist "has his mind on the miraculous"
Steven Heilmer: Pietre Sante | Holy Stones was reviewed in the February 26 - March 4, 1997, edition of the Riverfront Times. Reviewer Eddie Silva says that many of the works feature a "combination of disparate elements that produce a lyrical marriage."
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Utopia Body Paint: Art from Australia's Central Desert
Utopia Body Paint works are an unexpected sight in midtown St. Louis
In the Thursday, April 24, 1997, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reviewer Jeff Daniel observes that the Aboriginal works on display at MOCRA hover at "the line between the conscious and the unconscious, between memory and the present."
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Aboriginal works exhibit "a joy and pleasure of design, color and material"
Critic Eddie Silva, writing in the April 16 - 22, 1997 issue of the Riverfront Times, considers how Western concepts of art-making resulted in the current MOCRA exhibition, but also what influence the works will have on Western artists who visit the show.
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Silva references Utopia Body Paint in a 1999 Riverfront Times article on the closing of Austral Gallery - Australian Contemporary Art.

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Enter Jerusalem logo
Exhibition links "the familiarity of the past with the familiarity of the present and the possibilities of the future."
In the Sunday, November 2, 1997, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, art critic Jeff Daniel considers the exhibition Enter Jerusalem in light of past shifts in artistic technology, and current ambivalence about the use of the computer in artistic production. He comments on Stumpf's deliberate highlighting of the pixel as a building block in his imagery.
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