2017 Exhibitions

Our 2017 concept exhibitions will feature many new artists with innovative portfolios. Stop in to find new inspiration.

January – February: Winter shut down and refurbishment

March: Open Artist Exhibit –  All artists are welcome to show, creating a diverse exhibition with something for every customer.

April: Open Artist Exhibit –  Collage Artist Lourdes Torres-Shephard will feature in the solo exhibition room debuting her Amateurish Dreams exhibit.

May: Open Artist Exhibit –  Fine artist Jessica Dowicz will feature in the solo exhibition room. A fine artistry exhibit has been curated to provide an exhibition focused on fine line work and expert use of color theory.

June: Upcycle Exhibit – This exhibition highlights the artists’ reuse of discarded objects, resulting in one-of-a-kind pieces for the trendy, environmentally conscious collector.

July: “The Illustrator’s Pen” –  An illustration based exhibition featuring artist Meghan Blade in the solo exhibition room, will focus on fine line work and unexpected use of color. The space where illustration meets literature, will be explored during this exhibition.

August: Mixed Media Exhibition – This exhibition will showcase artists that work in a variety of media to create a holistic work of art. Mixed media artists may use a variety of techniques from traditional paint on canvas to paper arts to ink to collage. A harmonious relationship between these media result in a unique artwork that cannot be duplicated.

September: Open Artist Exhibit –  All artists are welcome to show, creating a diverse exhibition with something for every customer.

October: Steampunk Exhibit – Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction or fantasy incorporating technology and visual aesthetic that is typically inspired by 19th century culture. The artistry, detail, and design of these elements combine to create unique, ornate pieces ranging in wearable art, display art, and interactive art.

November: “Black Girl Magic” – A celebration of all things magical about the elusive creature known as the Black Girl. Stay tuned for our limited time POP-UP exhibit entitled “Black Boy Joy” inspired by Chicago’s prince of positivity, Chance the Rapper.

December: Winter Exhibition

 

 

 

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