|Chicago Jazz, Molly Schiff, artist|
HAPPY NEW YEAR & BEST WISHES FOR A SUPER SWEET 2013
MOLLY & HASKELL
|"Antagonists", 45"h x 42"w, charcoal, airbrush, gouache, Kathy Weaver, artist|
|"Fragile Vibrations", 63"h x 31"h, satin, airbrushed, hand embroidery,hand quilted, Kathy Weaver, artist|
|Realization Series, artist Nancy Charak, watercolor, prismacolor, graphite on 30"x22" white Fabriano Artistico.|
Save the Date! Opening on Friday, January 18, 2013 (4:00 - 7:30 pm)
I will be in a two-person show at Zia Gallery through March 2, 2013. My fellow artist is Michael Cutlip and the show is called "Mixed Media Works on Panel and Fabric." Using great paper from my favorite paper company, Twinrocker, I created a new body of work combining airbrushing, stitching, burning, and collaging. Thematically, this work connects with my organic/robotic series. Please join me to see these new works.
|Sandra Holubow, artist, "Menorah"|
|Judith Roth, artist.|
GEORGE C. CLARK's miniature rustic twig furniture will be featured at the Evanston Art Center's Winter Arts & Crafts EXPO which will be open free from November 17 to December 19, 2012. The Art Center is located on the shore of Lake Michigan at 2603 Sheridan Road in Evanston, Illinois, just north of Chicago. Gallery hours are 10am to 4pm Monday through Saturday and 12 noon to 4pm Sunday (closed Thanksgiving Day). There will be a Preview Party Friday, November 16, from 6 to 9 pm. Tickets to the Preview Party are $30 in advance and $35 at the door, and they can be purchased online at www.evanstonartcenter.org.
In addition to rocking horses like the one pictured above, there will be an assortment of Clark's chairs, tables, settees and garden benches, all unique and handcrafted from Lake Michigan driftwood twigs, fibers, seed pods, shells and other natural materials. You can see more of his work at miniaturerustictwigfurniture.blogspot.com.
|Julia Oehmke, artist, Backside|
|Julia Oehmke, artist, Moon Girl|
|William Whiteside, artist.|
|"Bob," Jill Specks, photographer, C print 8x10|
|Portrait of Fifi, Jill Specks, photographer|