Tribute to our founder Anita Lamb Sorrill:
Anita passed away unexpectedly December 13, 2005. She was a jeweler, poet and the moving force behind our
gallery and the arts community in Hannibal. The Hannibal Arts Council presented Anita Sorrill the Paragon
Volunteer Award in 2003-2004. This award was for an Outstanding Art Project to a business or organization that
has helped pull together a community arts project with recognized success and leadership. We honor her memory
by continuing in her footsteps to keep the Alliance Art Gallery 112 N. Hannibal, Missouri alive and thriving. Her
commitment to “A Hand Made Life” will inspire us always.
When you step off the riverboat onto the Hannibal docks here along the Mississippi, you can find us just a couple blocks
to the west. Or, for the landlubbers, we're just about an hour north of St. Louis, near Interstate 72.
112 N. Main St., Hannibal, MO 63401, Phone: 573-221-2275
Open every day but Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and by request.
This historic old town has a lot to
offer to the tourist: Beautifully
preserved and restored
architecture, museums, rides,
caves, fun parks, bed and
breakfasts, quaint shops and
delicious food, just for starters.
Don't be surprised to see Mark
Twain still walking around, or
even Tom, Huck, or Becky. Of
course, Hannibal has great art and
artists. Find that out yourself at
the Hannibal Alliance Art Gallery!
The Mark Twain boyhood home with picket fence.
Photos from past
Artists at the Gallery:
Welcome to the Alliance Gallery of Art in Hannibal, Missouri!
Second Saturday Gallery Night...
Tacky Sweater contest
The winners of Amber Smith's black and
white charcoal drawing were Jack, Lisa
and Jesse Kairy.
Darin Dyksa formerly of Canton, Mo now from
Malta is our featured artist.
Winner of the fine art drawing was
Caluin Ridings, Hannibal.
Darin Dykstra published book of his
painting and audience listening to his
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