Bonnie Peterson was interviewed this summer for the WTTW program Arts Across Illinois. The program will be aired on channel 11 this Friday, November 20 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, November 22 at 4:30 PM. Remember to set your TiVo's and VCRs.
Myrna Knepler, Eric Steele, Peter N. Gray, Sandra Holubow, Catherine Cajandig, Julia Oehmke and Judith Roth are showing work in the Senior Artists' Network Later Impressions 2009 exhibit at the Chicago Cultural Center Renaissance Court, 77 E. Randolph St. (Floating Reds, by Myrna Knepler, top). An honorable mention went to Sandra for her collage piece Urban Connections (below).
Cultural Center hours are Mon.-Thurs., 8AM-7PM; Fri. 8AM-6PM; Sat. 9AM-6PM; Sun. 10AM-6PM.
Exhibit closes December 2.
John A. Kurtz invites everyone to a studio show December 4-6. He will be exhibiting paintings and masks (below), while Herb Nolan, Pauline Kochanski and Raphael Miret will show photography.
Studio show: 3601 N. Hoyne, Chicago, opening Friday Dec. 4,
Dec. 5 & 6, 1-5PM, or by appointment (773) 348-6845.
Our retiring blogmaster par excellence, Vicky Szilagyi, has a painting in the national encaustic exhibit Cross-Pollination opening at Woman Made Gallery this weekend, juried by Laurel Delaney. Opening is Friday, Nov. 20, 6-9 PM.
685 N. Milwaukee. Hours Wed.-Fri. 12-7PM; Sat. & Sun. 12-4PM.
Exhibit ends Dec. 23.
Shelley Gilchrist had work in the Embedded Light encaustic exhibit at Grosse Pointe Art Center, Grosse Pointe, Michigan. The exhibit concluded this week. (The Narrows, below)
More news about encaustic exhibits can be found in the FusedChicago blog. Members of FusedChicago are area artists who use wax.
We all offer our heartiest thanks to Vicky Szilagyi, who has dusted us off and polished up our group image. When she launched this blog two years ago, our visibility in the city was enhanced almost instantly. We are new, improved, and fit for the 21st century, thanks to Vicky's vision. Mille grazie!