The Cultural Arts Program proudly welcomes all people to explore and experience art and creativity at three O'Fallon art galleries. Each gallery features talented local and regional artists. Admission is always free.


City Hall Gallery

100 North Main Street, O'Fallon, Missouri 63366

The public is invited to view art exhibits at O'Fallon Municipal Centre (City Hall) during regular business hours.


John Troy

September – December
Medium: Paintings

John Troy earned his MFA from Temple University in Philadelphia, and currently holds the rank of Senior Professor of Art and Design at Lindenwood University. Now, guests to the O'Fallon City Hall gallery can explore his body of work, which includes painted portaits, character studies and landscapes. In describing his art, John notes that “identifying the relationship between man and nature” is what he's truly trying to capture in his paintings.

John Troy Art
John Troy Art
John Troy Art
John Troy Art


Renaud Center Gallery

2650 Tri Sports Circle, O'Fallon, Missouri 63368

The public is invited to view art exhibits at the Renaud Center during regular business hours.


Sada Swirl

September – December
Medium: Various Styles & Disciplines

Sada Swirl’s vibrant palette, mixed with influences of American artists highlight life moments that are seemingly ordinary. A glimpse of everyday scenery is but a mere moment experienced by the onlooker; any common space is exceptional if given the chance. In time there is no hierarchy; each moment is as important as the next.

Sada Swirl Art
Sada Swirl Art
Sada Swirl Art
Sada Swirl Art


Krekel Civic Center Gallery

305 Civic Park Drive, O'Fallon, Missouri 63366

The public is invited to view art exhibits at the Krekel Civic Center during regular business hours.


Gara Lacy

September – December
Medium: Photography

Gara Lacy grew up in the capital city of Missouri and earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Arts at Lindenwood University. From there, she developed a love for photography and painting. She says “photography gives me instant gratification, while the process of painting teaches patience and that there is perfection in imperfection.” View her work at the Krekel Civic Center during this exhibition.

Gara Lacy Art
Gara Lacy Art
Gara Lacy Art
Gara Lacy Art