Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Sari Maxfield is participating in an group show at
School 33 Art Center in Baltimore February 20 – April 11, 2009Involving Violence features thirteen artists from the Chicago and Baltimore area.

As consumers, Americans are constantly bombarded with glamorous and violent images in the media and popular culture.
Aggression manifests itself in many different situations and the show avoids creating a hierarchy of violence by juxtaposing images and objects that approach the subject in a variety of ways.
This show was first presented by Lasso in September 2007 in Chicago, and has been relocated to Baltimore with additional artists from the Mid-Atlantic to create a dialogue between residents of the two cities.
Lasso hopes to continue a vibrant exchange of ideas in Baltimore at School 33 Art Center concerning the many present issues of cruelty that abound in the United States.

Eleanor Spiess-Ferris has the first of three upcoming exhibits
This exhibit at Elmhurst College is a Survey of Works from 1980 to 2006
RECEPTION: March 3, 4:30-6:30
Founders Lounge, Frick CenterGallery talk: 5:00 PM
The show runs form February 26-April 1, 2009
Elmhurst college is at190 Prospect Ave.
Elmhurst, IL 60126

Maria Pappas Cook County Treasurer invites you to 'Lincoln Lives"His legacy amd the ManPaintings by Chicago Society of ArtistsFeb. 3 to March 16, Artists Reception Wed. Feb. 11 - 3PMCook County Guilding, 118 N. Clark St. Suite 112, RSVP 312.603.6237Julia Oehmke, Catherine Cajandig, Kaathryn Gauthier, Rita Dianni-Kaleel, Sandra Halubow, Karena Karras, Gregory Mejia, James Mesple, Jacqueline Moses, Didier Nolet, Sandra Reibscheid, Pauline Silberman, Jill Specks, Eric Steele, Michelle Stone.

A linocut print by Catherine Cajandig part of the portfolio
Bestiary y Nahualesexhibited at the El Paso Museum of Artl Arts Festival Plaza El Paso, TX.

from March to September of 2009

Bonnie Peterson, Kim Laurel, James Meslpe and Shelley Gilchrist are part of
The Collaborative Vision - The Poetic Dialogue Projectincludes works by 31 visual artists paired with 31 poets in collaborative works.
Many thanks to Beth Shadur for all her fabulous work and great vision.

Kathy Weaver has two current shows;
WomanMade Gallery

685 N. Milwaukee Ave.Chicago, IL 60642-8021
Phone: (312) 738-0400
a catalogue for the show, "After The Soup" is available on

"Emergent Forms" Kathy Weaver
McHenry County College
8900 U. S. Highway 14
Crystal lake, IL 60012
Gallery info 815 455 8785
Jan. 10- Feb. 21
Gallery 1 and Gallery 2
Gallery Hours: M-Th 8:00-9:30, F. 8:00-4:30, S. 8:00-2:00

GEORGE C. CLARK will have several large landscapes in the exhibition"Places: From Arcadia to Urban Landscape" atMurphy Hill Gallery, 3333 W. Arthington Street, Chicago 60624.The gallery occupies the third floor of the historic former Sears Roebuck Administration Building on Chicago's West Side. Clark's contributions to this show which will be open from January 21 to February 28 include paintings both new and old.
You can read the review on the "Press" page of the gallery's website at

Eric Holubow has several pieces on display for the month of February at theBlack Walnut Gallery (220 N. Aberdeen) in West Loop's Fulton Market gallery district.Please join him at the opening reception on Friday, February 6, from 6 PM - 9 PM.Several of his photographs will be from recent trips to Detroit and Philadelphia this past fall.

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