Duncan Robert Anderson

‘Buffalo Mountain Constellations’

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Jos Howard Demme

‘Fun and Games… Someone Gets Hurt”

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Eric Doyle

‘Hidden Pillars Of The Craft’

The Expert

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Michael Pajon

‘Palimpsest Redux’

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Mario Desa

‘The Sad Music Of Chance’

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Mariano Chavez

‘Black’

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Michael Gaylord James

‘Pictures From The Long Haul’

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Ali Six

‘Hands’

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Corinne Halbert

‘Golden Days’

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Busy Beaver Button Co.

‘The Button-O-Matic Bestiary Series’

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Mary O’Brien Spurrier

‘Coppice Botanicals’

#2 - Sidewalk Spruiten-2015, 21x 22'' Watercolor on paper (1)

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 ‘The Home Team’

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Jozef Hasiewicz

‘Reflections Of A Retired Man’

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 Todd Diederich

‘Be Odd Die Rich’

Pilsen 18st Parade_02 Horse Shadow MED Res

 

 

 

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Aaron S. Coleman

‘Out of the Sky, Into the Dirt’

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‘A Moonlit Future in Hell,’ Lithography and screen print, 12 in. X 16 in.

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‘Ghost Life’ Lithography and screen print, 12 in. X 16 in.

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‘Master, What Good Deeds Shall I Do?’ Lithography and screen print, 12 in. X 16 in.

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‘The Carnival of Justice’ Lithography ad screen print, 12 in. X 16 in.

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‘At the Center of Never Enough’ Lithography and screen print, 12 in. X 16 in.

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‘The Wretched Sound of Mysticism Dying’ Lithography and screen print, 12 in. X 16 in.

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 Tony Fitzpatrick

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‘Kid Ice of Chicago’ drawing collage on paper, 9 X 7″

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“Stone Killer” drawing collage on paper, 12 X10″

Tim Anderson

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‘Transylvania County’ oil on panel, 12 X 10″

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William Dolan

“Alley Walk: A Trip Through Chicago’s Other Street Grid”

Opening on Friday, May 1st 2015

7-10pm

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William Dolan ‘Alley with Fourth Childhood Home’ ink on arches paper 15 X 11′ 2015

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William Dolan ‘Alley with Decay’ ink on arches paper 15 X 11′ 2014

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William Dolan ‘Alley with the Alley’ ink on arches paper 15 X 11′ 2015

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William Dolan ‘Alley with Water Tank’ ink on arches paper 15 X 11′ 2015

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KRISTEN NEVEU

“AMERICAN GARDENS”

NOV. 7 – NOV. 26, 2014

OPENING RECEPTION:

FRI NOV 7, 7-10PM

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Kristen Neveu “American Gardens” 21″X10″X 2″ 2014

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Kristen Neveu “Stronger” 6’X4 2014

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Kristen Neveu “Absent Under Blue Skies” 20″X10″X2″ 2014

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BIGGER-DLUZEN-TITLE-AdventureLand

September 5 – September 26, 2014

Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 2014. 7-10pm

Join us September 5th for Robin Dluzen’s opening reception.

Artist Statement: Robin Dluzen

 Though the imagery I feature in my work may seem varied –the transmission towers, the man-made landscapes and the appropriated line drawings– together they create a composite picture of the concept of “home.” While some evoke very personal notions of home for myself, like the absent-minded doodles my father made as he related a story about working in an iron foundry as a young man, others encompass a wider scope via the network of power lines from the small, Southeast Michigan town where I attended college. Still others, like the appropriated hardware illustrations, will be familiar to a broad spectrum of viewers.

Compounded with the content imparted through the representational imagery is the meaning imbued within the sourced, recycled, utilitarian and throwaway materials I employ. Ephemeral media like brown paper lawn refuse bags and cardboard contribute to a “here today, gone tomorrow,” fleeting sense of place and time. But, home is not just a place of fondness and memories; it’s also the conflation of landscape, labor and socioeconomics that lay the groundwork of identity.

Robin Dluzen "Home Series (Tri-Penta)" 2014, Charcoal, enamel and lawn refuse bag, 16" x 12"

Robin Dluzen “Home Series (Tri-Penta)” 2014, Charcoal, enamel and lawn refuse bag, 16″ x 12″

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Robin Dluzen “Home Series (Wing Nut)” 2014, Charcoal, enamel and lawn refuse bag, 16″ x 12″

Robin Dluzen "Home Series (#12)" 2014, Charcoal, enamel and lawn refuse bag, 16" x 12"

Robin Dluzen “Home Series (#12)” 2014, Charcoal, enamel and lawn refuse bag, 16″ x 12″

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Robin Dluzen “Transmission Tower Maquette (Fisher Freeway)” 2013, cardboard, approx. 30” x 20” x 8”

www.robindluzen.com

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NATE OTTO

Opening Reception: August 1st, 2014  7-10pm

Head City by Nate Otto

“Head City” by Nate Otto

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Nate Otto

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Nate Otto

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Nate Otto

For more from Nate please visit:

www.nateotto.com 

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