Recently completed, Wilson Tear Down, oil on wood, 12×12″. Will be added to the show at Beans and Bagels if dry next week!
Stop by the Beans and Bagels on Montrose Ave., Chicago to see new and recent work. Open daily , Beans and Bagels is a locally owned cafe and meeting spot. B&B’s in house Vienoisserie & Pastry Chef, Jean-Yves Martin, supplies daily selection of baked goods like croissants (the best in Chicago), mini-eclairs, fruit tarts and more. Superior coffee, […]
All new work by Chicago painter Marion Kryczka May 4 – June 4, 2013 at The Cliff Dwellers Gallery Opening Reception: May 15th, 5:30 – 7:30pm As a perceptual painter with a career spanning thirty years, Marion Kryczka focuses on both the rendering of the objects and scenes before him, and the inherent meanings they possess. […]
Chicago Tribune Link here… Full press release…
[col grid=”2-1 first”]FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 22, 2013[/col] [col grid=”2-1″]Media Contact: Lindsey Meyers 773.772.9808 (day); 773.772.9808 (eve) firstname.lastname@example.org[/col] Urban Landscapes: Visions of Chicago New Photographs by Andrew Steiner, Paintings by Emily Rapport “Urban Landscapes,” features new work by photographer Andrew Steiner and painter Emily Rapport at the Beauty and Brawn Art Gallery, March 9 through […]
Above image: “Desert Sunset,” 2010, Acrylic on canvas, 20”x20” by JUDY SCHUMACHER Join me for the Opening Reception, this Friday, August 17, from 6:00pm until 8:00pm of an exciting showcase featuring of 47th Ward artists: this exhibition, curated by Committee Member Kelly Stinson, features the work of CAB Studio Artists: Alexandra Quijano Darrell Roberts Judy Schumacher Nancy Charak Jason […]
[portfolio_slideshow size=large autoplay=false random=true centered=true carousel=true navstyle=graphical navpos=top pagerstyle=thumbs pagerpos=bottom] “In the work of Leo Kogan everything is in motion and at the same time everything stands still. Lights flicker, dials spin wildly, motors roar and speakers are pounding. Everything we see has made a journey, it has a source and a goal and at […]
These are from 1998 or so when I was first learning web stuff. Created in photoshop – I was very excited about the custom brush setting. I forget what this one was about… Oda Nobunaga Moon Girl, part of an animated story/web page which used a lot of DHTML. Some of you may remember what […]
“I don’t care if I sell my work. I just give it away…” Overhearing this statement is like listening to the apartment below me being remodeled, on a Saturday morning, to accompany my slight second-hand cigarette smoke induced headache. I am, at this moment, enjoying the whir of the circular saw. The day is heating […]
Dear Readers, I will try to spend more time in the studio and keep you updated on what ensues. I am taking a hiatus from exhibitions and open studios after this May 18th Cornelia Open House. I do hope that you will be able to stop by (from 6pm – 10pm) so you can get […]
[portfolio_slideshow size=large autoplay=false random=false centered=true carousel=true navstyle=graphical navpos=top pagerstyle=thumbs pagerpos=bottom] Painting over a painting that wasn’t going anywhere. Good to be back in the saddle again. Watercolor is fine but you just can’t get the intensity of these night/electric light scenes unless using oils.
Spring — we set the clocks forward, take the plastic off the windows and blink our eyes at the warm sun as we emerge from our cold-weather cocoons. If you do absolutely nothing else to celebrate the change of seasons (and enjoy this heatwave), you must come to the Cornelia Arts Building, Friday, March 23 from […]
Just completed this 30×40″ oil painting for a couple from Buffalo, New York. Delilah’s was the site of their marriage proposal, a Buffalo Bills flag is in the window. Congratulations Ryan and Sarah!