The Ol Blue Gallery home was built in 1854. The structure remains the same as the day it was built...modifications being made with dedication to that era. The Ol Blue Guesthouse home was built in 1882, an Italiante home used as a fourplex during the depression era. The guesthouse & gallery are right next door to one another.
Resurrected by virtue of the Arts. Established & operated by renowned artist Tai Taeoalii & his wife Adrienne, the Ol' Blue Gallery was resurrected from a historic 1854 pre-Civil War home, left for dead in "America's Hometown" of Hannibal, Missouri, with the intent of exposing southern/midwestern small-town folk to modern artworks not otherwise available, via the surreal works of Tai and the visions of emerging & established guest artists from around the world.
The Ol' Blue Gallery was established and is operated by renowned artist Tai & his wife Adrienne, with intent of showcasing the works of Tai, but also bringing the visions of emerging & established artists from around the world to America's hometown and it's public.
Gallery visits are currently by appointment only. We love meeting our customers, so feel free to contact us to make an appointment today.
Hannibal Baseball Group, 403 Warren Barrett Dr, Hannibal, Missouri 63401, United States