anthill gallery & vintage curiosities begins its sixth season in Cobden, showcasing over sixty Southern Illinois artists and artisans.

The Annual Off The Wall Group Artist Exhibition is renewed, to begin the 2014 Season, OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAinto groupings that feature artists’ series and collections. Reopening on February 19 anthill gallery is seeing many new changes.

Until the April exhibition anthill gallery will continue changing artist features; as in the mixed media painting series produced by Michael G. Bryant using a personal historic stamp collection, and the wide array of digital images by photographers Tom Bell, and Daniel Owens, through out March on Front Street in Cobden, in conjunction with the Luna Gallery at The Yellow Moon Cafe.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASouthern Illinois artists are producing original paintings in oil, acrylic, encaustic wax and watercolor; soft and vibrant wearable works of art, ceramics, heat and hammer forged functional iron art and jewelry; weaving, mixed media and collage; digital and film photography is exhibited by five different art photographers.


Many of these local artists, some of them residing in Cobden, have earned national distinction with their art and are members of Illinois’ State Artisan Program.

The Off The Wall Group Artist Exhibition can be viewed Wednesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays noon to 4 p.m. at anthill gallery.

Larger paintings and photographs in the exhibition are viewed at the Yellow Moon Cafes’ Luna Gallery, open Tuesdays through Saturdays. Specific hours of operation can be found at

anthill gallery &vintage curiosities is located at 102 North Front Street and the Yellow Moon Cafe at 110 North Front Street in the Village of Cobden.

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