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“Still Open,” a new exhibition of ink paintings by Emily Rapport at Eat Paint Studio

“Still Open,” explores a familiar subject for Rapport – neighborhood scenes and portraits of a changing urban landscape. Her typically vibrant painting palette is restricted to monochromatic earth tones of black, grey, brown and sepia. 24 inky urban landscape paintings feature down-at-the-heel homes, corner stores, vacant lots, and construction sites from the near Northside neighborhoods […]

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Grand Opening of Eat Paint Studio on Lincoln Ave

This Saturday, October 6, Emily Rapport will host the grand opening of “Eat Paint Studio” at 5036 N Lincoln Ave. The storefront studio will be an art gallery and working studio for the Chicago artist. An opening reception will be held from 5pm – 9pm on Saturday, October 6. A ribbon cutting ceremony performed by […]

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Work selected for display in the Rockford Midwestern Biennial

The painting, “Streets and San: Building a New Chicago,” has been selected for inclusion in the Rockford Midwestern Biennial this Summer. Details below: FRI, JUN 8 | MEMBERS + ARTISTS PREVIEW 5–6 PM | GALLERY WALK WITH THE JUROR 6–7:30 PM | RECEPTION + ARTIST AWARDS 7:30–8:30 PM | FREE PUBLIC OPENING, CASH BAR Juried […]

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8/31/17 Delilah’s 24th Anniversary and Whiskey Release Party

Thursday, August 31, you are invited to the 24th Anniversay celebration at Delilah’s, 2771 N Lincoln Ave. New artwork by myself will be on view as well as adorning the small batch whiskey distilled and bottled by Oppidan Spirits especially for Delilah’s 24th. Available ONLY at Delilah’s. Delilah’s opened in 1993 in a space that […]

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Artist Emily Rapport explores the “architecture of place” in her first solo exhibition of paintings at Firecat Projects.

The exhibition, titled “Subject to Change: Urban Landscape and the Architecture of Place,” is both a documentary archive of a neighborhood undergoing physical and demographic shifts, and a painterly narrative that finds moments of sublime beauty in construction site debris and frozen mud tracks. Through her ongoing documentation of the changing urban landscape, Emily paints […]

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House and Home at Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs NY

HOUSE & HOME Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, NY July 9 – August 19 House and Home: An exhibition of artwork dealing with the structure of a house and the emotional response to the notion of home. Featuring the artwork of Jerry Alonzo, Christopher Baker, Dale Klein, Emily Rapport, and Susan Stuart. Exhibition Dates: July 9–August 19, […]

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Display of Emily Rapport’s paintings in Chicago office of Lipman Hearne

13 paintings will be on display in the downtown Chicago office of Lipman Hearne through 2016. Located at 200 S Michigan Ave # 1600, Chicago, IL 60604, the exhibit is open to the public during regular office hours, M-F, 8am – 6pm. Lipman Hearne is a marketing & communications agency for higher education & nonprofits, providing research, strategy, […]

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OPEN STUDIO – Friday, May 29, 5:30 – 9PM

Please join me for my (Summer? It’s Summer now – I think…) Open Studio this Friday, May 29, 5:30 – 9pm, in the heart of Ravenswood. RSVP on Facebook. EXPERIENCE new paintings in person, EXPLORE working artist studios, TAKE A CHANCE on my door raffle for a chance to win original artwork, a signed copy of […]

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Participating in FERMENT |TABLE| CULTURE – One Night Only

SAVE THE DATE Superior St. Center for The Arts presents FERMENT |TABLE| CULTURE A celebration of all that is fermented, cultured, and table ready! Sample artisan goodies as you peruse paintings, film, and photography by local Chicago artists (I will be showing new and recent work). This event is invitation only and it’s FREE! Sponsored […]

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Delilah’s, Chicago – New exhibit of works on paper inspired by this iconic Chicago joint

The “original” Delilah’s series from 2004 was created at the request of Mike Miller, owner of Delilah’s. The 9 paintings presented were based on photographs that I took over several months – this is pre-smart-phone and before digital cameras were affordable. I used a hand-held vivitar flash and my 35mm Canon to document the scenes […]