Fox2Now Features Sketch Artist Peter Rush, October 7 Art Sale

Fox2Now Features Sketch Artist Peter Rush, October 7 Art Sale

From Fox2Now:

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – An architect from across the globe is in town to showcase some of his drawings of downtown St. Louis. The list did not include sketches of Busch Stadium or the Gateway Arch, but rather a side of downtown that is often overlooked.

Peter Rush made an impromptu visit to St. Louis in March, following a presentation he made at Ball State University in Indiana.

“I love to travel,” he said. “And whenever I travel I like to visit cities. St. Louis is just a bit of a minor detour. And I thought ‘I have to go here.’ And I was just blown away.”

Continue reading: Australian architect’s sketches highlight downtown streetscape

Peter is in town all month, sketching scenes of St. Louis. And the great news is that all his sketches will be for sale October 7th. The cereal box sketches measure ~12in x 20in. Others are soft pencil sketches on white paper. With time to plan for the October event, some larger works will likely be included. Timing also may allow for commissioned work on a first come, first served basis (email alex at for more info). Sketches are planned to start at ~$75 and reach several hundred depending on size.

Read more from nextSTL here: Australian Architect Returns to St. Louis: Sketch Sale Set for October 7

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As he works on sketches, Peter is posting in-progess images on his Instagram and Flickr accounts:

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Additional sketches:

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