Tag: Emily Rapport

  • “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…

  • 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,…

  • Urban Landscapes: Visions of Chicago


    [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) beautyandbrawngallery@gmail.com[/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…

  • The Palace Of Lost Footsteps Art Gallery


    Friday night art showing featuring artwork by Karen Tisel, Emily Rapport, Andrew Steiner, Leo Kogan & John Forbes. Where: 1325 W. 18th Street , Downtown Pilsen When: Friday, February 10th, 1-night only, 6-10pm View Larger Map

  • Southport El Platform


      [portfolio_slideshow size=large autoplay=false random=false centered=true carousel=true navstyle=graphical navpos=top pagerstyle=thumbs pagerpos=bottom] Returning to the studio after some period of neglect is just like an athlete returning to training after being sedentary. Gestural strokes are hard: my forearm is weak and my endurance for more than 2 or 3 hours at the studio is pathetic. But,…

  • New watercolors on their way to Amsterdam!


    (Note: If you are naturally social and well-coiffed you might not get this initial reference…but bear with me.) You know how if you have to go to a party or wedding and you look in your closet to find it is stocked with nothing but euro track suits and pajamas…? I kinda felt like that when a…

  • SICK! Leo Kogan Project Space, Amsterdam


    SICK! is a multi-disciplinary international group show featuring: Inga Cholmogorova (Vilnius/Amsterdam) Charlie Citron (Amsterdam) Thomas Draschan (Vienna/Berlin) Eric Fertman (New York) Ryan Foley (Philadelphia) Grady Gerbracht (New York) Annelien Kers (Amsterdam) Eric Knoote (Amsterdam) Leo Kogan (Amsterdam/Los Angeles) Carlos Little (New York) Max Miller (New York) Manfred Peckl (Berlin) Emily Rapport (Chicago) Kim Reinhardt (New…

  • Spring Open House – Friday, May 13th

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    The Cornelia Spring Open House is a free, casual, fun art experience. Visit local artists in their working studios – over 25 artists participating. Friday, May 13th from 6-10pm. In progress for the past year but I am aiming to complete Wabash Morning (nicknamed “The Monstrosity” because it is taking so long to complete) before…

  • Addison Rooftops

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    Making time for the studio a success! Much better than complaining about not having time to paint. Check out the posts below to see how this painting progressed. Also, finally figured out that I had my exposure setting way too low on my camera and that was why everything was so dark! Will re-shoot next…

  • Painting Winnemac Park


    Working from a photo taken last summer that reminded me of one of the photos in the William Eggleston show in the Modern Wing of AIC. A similar palette of purples and greens; dusk, uncertainty – the little girl is holding a stick – petulant and bored, violent. Maybe. Some new progress paintings from the…

  • Get Thee to Thy Studio


    Far too many weeks have gone by without a studio interlude. It’s easy to lose perspective when you (or I) am stuck on the hamster wheel of project deadlines, laundry, cooking, cleaning and everything else that we “have” to do to maintain our present state of comfort. I do feel a slight guilt at being…

  • New watercolors, scenes from Chicago

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    I’ve completed a few new watercolors in the past week and am getting ready for the Cornelia Arts Building Open House, Friday, March 12th. It is free and there will be lots of great looking art to see, all mediums and styles, and I highly recommend you join us! When I saw this scene I…

  • “New Cleaners”

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    This is the dry cleaner opposite the bus-stop on Damen Ave. and Grace. Sign painting is like surgery; you’ve got to have a steady hand and complete confidence in where you’re going with that loaded brush. I have not mastered sign painting – but – neither am I a sign painter. (Previous Shot)

  • Rockwell Station, Winter Scene

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    Fresh off the easel. A painting I started over a year ago and had to scrap once I realized it needed to be painted on a larger canvas (this one is 38″ x 60″). Sometimes, you just have to start back at the beginning.

  • Portrait of Denise

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    Recently completed portrait commission based on a family photo.