Monday, September 14, 2009
"red" The National juried exhibition at Gallery 180 of The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago was installed today. The show—consisting of fourteen Artists, includes a wide range of work from the cleverly symbolic paintings of Lorraine Sack and Richard Laurent to the powerful, geometric, color-saturated photographs of Jennifer Jackson and steel sculpture of Michael Stanley. The show includes two beautifully painted still life studies by, Catherine Maize as well as a breathtaking photorealistic portrait by Ming Zhou. The amazing diversity of work—presented in this exhibition of national fine artists—provides a beautiful and creative look at the use of “red”. The exhibition continues through November 11th and a catered reception is scheduled for Friday October 9th from 5:30-7:30.
The represented Artists are: Richard Benoit, Bradley, IL; Tom Brand, Michigan City, IN; Claudia Craemer, Country Club Hills, IL; Jennifer Jackson, Chicago, IL; Roland Kulla, Chicago, IL; Richard Laurent, Chicago, IL; Dena Lyons, Chicago, IL, Catherine Maize, South Haven, MI; Nancy Rosen, Chicago, IL; Lorraine Sack, Indianapolis, IN; Michael Stanley, Ames IA; Jim Tansley, Chicago; IL and Ming Zhou, Cambridge, MA.
The exhibited work is available for purchase. Images and pricing, included in this exhibition, can also be found online at gallery180.com. Gallery 180 of The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago has presented a wide variety of exhibitions since it was established in November of 2003. Each exhibition has been tailored to be beneficial to our student body, faculty, staff and community at large.