When we first moved to St. Louis, we were invited to a neighbor’s house for dinner. I spent the whole meal staring over the host’s shoulder at the artwork behind her: a dark brown background with millions of fine, pink branch-like lines extending from the bottom, it was at once simple and complex. I loved it and found out later it was by St. Louis artist, Andrew Millner. Since then, I’ve seen his things here and there and loved every piece. So when I read that there was a collection of his work at the William Shearburn Gallery until Nov. 7th, I made it a point to stop by.