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POP-UP retail art gallery joins streets of st. Charles

for holiday season

Missouri Artists on Main Opens Second Location


(St. Charles, MO September 30, 2019) – Streets of St. Charles announces the October 1st opening of Missouri Artists on Main II, a temporary pop-up retail gallery that will be open for business just in time for holiday shopping.

This is an added location for owner and artist herself, Jean McMullen, who opened Missouri Artists on Main, located on Main Street in St. Charles, nearly eight years ago. Rosanne Sartori, a resident jewelry artist, has partnered with McMullen as co-owner of the new pop-up gallery at Streets of St. Charles.

The Streets of St. Charles gallery will have 25 local Missouri award-winning, juried, resident artists, and lots of diverse and beautiful art available for purchase.  The gallery will feature all types of mediums including watercolor, oils, photography, fiber, glass, painted bisque, jewelry, sculptures and more.

“We’re very excited to expand this concept that has been so successful on Main Street to be a part of Streets of St. Charles,” stated Rosanne Sartori. “We look forward to making the most out of the holiday season by sharing unique gifts, including handmade ornaments, with visitors to both locations.”

Missouri Artists on Main II will open its doors Tuesday, October 1st and operate through December 31st.  Store hours will run Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday 11a.m. to 4 p.m., with extended hours for special events.

Patty Kueneke, Sr. Leasing Representative for Cullinan Properties, owner and developer of Streets of St. Charles stated, “On a national basis the “Pop-Up” concept for retail is gaining more and more popularity among landlords, retailers and consumers.  We are so pleased to offer this innovative, unique gallery as our first pop-up store at Streets of St. Charles for the holiday season.  An extra treat is that the artists will be on hand for personalized attention at Missouri Artists on Main II.”

A grand opening celebration for the new gallery will be held Friday, October 11th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and is open to the public.  Guests can enjoy wine, hors d’oeuvres, door prizes and an opportunity to meet various artists.  Missouri Artists on Main II will be located at 1650 Beale Street #165 between retail shops MOD and Olivino.


About Missouri Artists on Main

Missouri Artists on Main was opened on Main Street in St. Charles, MO by owner and artist Jean McMullen in 2008, who eventually doubled the size of the business.  The Main Street gallery also has a classroom, which has brought many loyal followers.  The gallery’s Streets of St. Charles location, Missouri Artists on Main II, is co-owned by jewelry artist, Rosanne Sartori and Jean McMullen and will feature works by 25 resident artists during the months of October, November and December 2019.


About Streets of St. Charles

Owned and managed by Cullinan Properties, Ltd., The Streets of St. Charles is a distinctive 27-acre mixed-use community with retail, dining, entertainment, hospitality, multi-family and office components. With a town center design that creates a neighborhood atmosphere, the Streets of St. Charles is unique in the market and includes all the latest amenities for sophisticated living, casual and elegant dining, retail, modern offices, first class hotels and entertainment. For more information on Streets of St. Charles, visit


About Cullinan Properties, Ltd

Cullinan Properties, LTD. is a leading provider of real estate services specializing in commercial and mixed-use developments and acquisitions. With offices in Peoria, IL, Chicago, IL and St. Louis, MO, Cullinan Properties is a multi-disciplined real estate firm that develops, manages and owns mixed-use, retail, multi-family, office and medical properties throughout the United States, including Illinois, Missouri, Texas, Georgia and Michigan. For additional information about Cullinan Properties, Ltd., visit



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