Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Bonnie Peterson has two pieces at
Peggy Notebaert Museum;
Paradise Lost?
Climate Change in the North Woods May 30-August 16
A group of artists, scientists and educators recently came together in Wisconsin to consider ways that art could increase public understanding about climate change. The result is a thought-provoking environmental art exhibition, featuring everything from paintings, quilts, puzzles and music, which explores the roots of climate change, encouraging everyone to take action to preserve the environment. Each piece of artwork on display reflects a unique perspective on the effects of climate change in Wisconsin’s North Woods.
For more info: is a small opening with an RSVP:
Where: Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 North Cannon Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60614
When: June 4, 5:30-7:30
Please join us for light refreshments and time for mingling
Also, Bonnie is presenting 400 seconds at Pecha Kucha Chicago, Vol 9, at Martyrs June 2.
Here is more info on that event and advance tickets are recommended as it sells out early.
Chicago Volume 9 on June 2.
Tickets are already on sale, and presenters are in the process of getting ready. See who is up for sharing 400 seconds of their fame with you at
GEORGE C. CLARK has a painting in the Fourth Annual Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show
at the University of Indiana School of Fine Arts Gallery
in Bloomington, Indiana, May 29 through July 31, 2009
"Oxbow Inn, Saugatuck, Michigan," a painting by GEORGE C. CLARK
will be on display throughout June at Spaces & Views/Lee Lumber
583 Elm Place, Highland Park, Illinois
as part of the HIGHLAND PARK ART WALK.
Douglas Stapleton, Marylin Propp, Cynthia Weiss and Thomas Lucas are part of a group show at Morpho Gallery
"Small Works -- Big Ideas, what to do with your time when your over 40"
May 22-June 22, 2009
Morpho Gallery
Ruyell, the proud poppa, wanted to pass on to the group
his daughter, Amanda Ross Ho is currently in a show at the MCA
She will be in another next Feb 2010
and in another at the Art Institute 2009
she is also currenly showing in London
Kathryn Gauthier is represented with three paintings
from her Urban Reflections Series
in"Art in Architecture"
McCord Gallery & Cultural Center
9602 W. Creek Rd. (129th & LaGrange)
Palos Park, IL 60464
(708) 671- 0648
Opening Friday, May 15th6:30 - 8:30
Show will remain thru/ June 12th, 2009
Check gallery hours at:
A new member of the group, Vassilen Vasevski
is part of a group showBeyond Borders III
Bulgarian group art show
Opening on Friday, May 15-th, 2009, 3:30-6:00 pm
at Richard Daley Center (50 West Washington, Chicago).
Bonnie Peterson's Tibetan Prayer Flag installation is at the : Multi Faith Exhibition
4th Presbyterian Church
Michigan Ave & Chestnut
Chicago through June 21
Laura Cerf-Dahl and Ruth Aizuss Migdalare part of a show at
Woman Made Gallery
Show Runs May 1 to June 11, 2009
Woman Made Gallery
685 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL
Recent paintings by Jacqueline Moses
The State Street Gallery
401 S State StreetChicago, IL 60605
GALLERY HOURS: Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm
Sari Maxfield is participating in a group exhibition at
Space 237
Toledo, Ohio
Co-Opt features 12 artists and their diverse perspectives on our relationships with and impact on the natural world.
April 17 - June 5.
Read a review of the show here!
Sandra Holubow is exhibiting in two theme exhibits with the American Jewish Artists Club. "From Generation to Generation,"
Congregation Beth Shalom
771 W. Fifth Avenue, Naperville, IL
closing May 24.
"Creating a More Just and Sustainable World,"
The Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley, South Bend, Indiana
closing June 28
Alan Emerson Hicks is part of a group show at Murphy Hill Gallery
3333 West Arthington Street, 3rd floor
Chicago, Illinois 60624
ApriL 29 through June 6, 2009
Victoria Szilagyi has paintings up atCafe Bella
3311 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 292-5040
through the month of May 2009
Shelley Gilchrist wall sculpture "Fata Morgana" is part of the
R&F biennial exhibit "Encaustic Works '09" at
the Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New York
April 3 until June 19th
A linocut print by Catherine Cajandig part of the portfolio
Bestiary y Nahualese
exhibited at the El Paso Museum of Artl Arts Festival
Plaza El Paso, TX
from March to September of 2009

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