Doors open at 6:30pm.
This evening I presented on “The Life of an Abstract Painter”. This presentation was part of the Artists In The Artery Series at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan. During this presentation I talked about how my work developed at a pivotal point in my life (2005) and how my environment impacted my view on the world around me.
Through the process of creating I was able to reflect on life experience, use art as a way to make sense of the world and my thoughts, and use it as a vehicle to bring order back into my life.
Join Dale, Rudy, and I on Friday, June 11 from 6-10pm for our studio sale at the Knaak + Juarez Studio, 1310 Wisconsin Avenue, 2nd flr in Sheboygan. We will have paintings, drawings, and photographs available for purchase.
Here is a sample gallery of paintings I will have available. I will also have drawings and photography available as well.
Simply contact me with the name of the painting you would like to purchase.
Mark your calendars:
Join me at Project Space 314 for my solo show. Project Space 314 is a new multi-use venue in the downtown area of the City of Ripon, with support from the Kemper Foundation. The space is located at 314 Watson Street in a reclaimed building beautifully restored by downtown manager and owner, Craig Tebon, after a devastating fire in December of 2013 that destroyed one building, severely damaged two others, and displaced many residents.
Exhibition runs from April 8 – May 15, 2016 with a reception scheduled for April 8 from 7-9pm.
Here are some paintings that will be on exhibit.
16 West Ontario Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday, 1pm – 6 p.m
On Saturday, January 30th I had a soft opening at the Prak-sis Gallery. It was great to reconnect with former students, artists, and art educators. A huge thanks to gallery director, Miyeon, and her assistant, Jae, for their hospitality. They were fab!!!
On Friday, February 5, from 5-8pm the gallery will have a public reception at 16 West Ontario Street in Chicago. I will not be in attendance, however, I know you’ll be in great hands. All works are for sale.
Here are some photos from the soft opening.
About Prak-sis Gallery
GACI Project is created by Prak-sis Contemporary Art Association which is a non-profit organization emphasizing art career development and art education. Prak-sis Contemporary Art Association was founded in January 2009 as a not for profit art organization. Prak-sis is a dynamic art experience, migrating to diverse locations across the cityscape. For projects since the Fall of 2010, Prak-sis has worked with small businesses and neighborhood support organizations for mutual benefit. With technology flooding our modern lives, Prak-sis seeks to promote art in new media as well as traditional art forms. Prak-sis continues to further develop and focus on online projects as we organize physical art exhibitions, bridging the gap between new technologies and traditional artistic practices.
We are a cozy fine art gallery just north of downtown in Chicago. We welcome local community and visitors to the city. We try to provide memorable art experiences with stunning artwork by Geon-Art Case International (GACI) Project and Prak-sis Contemporary Art Association (Praksis CAA).
GACI Project works with many different artists from nascent to experienced emphasizing the development of their brands as well as enhancing their art careers under director, Mi-yeon (Geon) Kwon. At G-Art Case, we pay particular attention to solo projects and represent artists’ artwork in a smaller scale at our gallery for both art lovers and collectors.
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Last night the Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts hosted its second annual 45North group exhibition featuring the works of 45 regional artists. This exhibition is currently on view. Ends September 5, 2015. Definitely worth the trip to Fondy to see this fabulous art show.
To learn about the artists participating in this exhibition click the [link].
Photos by Frank Juarez
45 NORTH SQUARED
the Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
June 25 – September 5
51 Sheboygan Street, Fond du Lac