This week the the Tribune reported that protests killed the proposal to turn the Three Arts Club building into a columbarium. No word on returning the Three Arts Club building to artists, for whom it was built. Information about this landmark structure: http://egov.cityofchicago.org/Landmarks/T/ThreeArts.html
Anita Miller announces an opening at her gallery Friday December 4th, 5-10PM, featuring affordable fine art. Magic with Michael Merlin begins at 7PM.
Anita Miller Gallery, 410 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 827, Chicago.
Gallery hours Tues., Wed., 2-5PM; Thurs. Fri., 9AM-5PM or by appointment,
410 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 827, Chicago, (847) 767-6875.
Didier Nolet has an exhibit of his paintings, pastels and watercolors, A Twist on Nature, at the Heller Nature Center, 2621 Ridge Rd., Highland Park
(located north of Half Day Road, not south as shown on Google maps and Mapquest).
The show runs Dec. 2 through January 2010.
Reception Saturday, Dec. 12, 1-4.
Heller Nature Center (847) 433-6901; Didier Nolet (773) 470-7833.
George C. Clark has work in Small Wonders, an exhibit at the Maryland Federation of Art's Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, MD. The exhibit runs through December 27.
Bonnie Peterson has a short 5.5 minute interview on WTTW, at this link: http://www.wttw.com/main.taf?p=1,8
An exhibit entitled Three +Two opens this Friday:
The show includes the work of three SAIC alumni artists (Beatriz Ledesma, Tracy Jones, Catariza Barron) and two social worker artists (Janice Fleckman, Mary Lou Petty).
410 S. Michigan Ave., #609. (773) 561-0825.
Check recent posts below for ongoing exhibits and other openings this weekend.