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Outsiders Welcome: A Gallery Spotlight of Intuit

Intuit exists as a sublime little world to wander within for an afternoon.

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Gallery Spotlight: Homey Gallery

Homey Gallery is just what the name says, homey. The exposed brick, beige painted walls and hardwood floors feel as though you have wandered into someone’s private home. Paintings rest on tables, sculptures sit on coffee tables and you may even relax on the couch if you please. The only signifier of this home’s artistic ambitions is the amount of artwork covering every surface.

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Gallery Spotlight: Little Black Pearl

The 40,000 square foot space, formerly a liquor store and Little Black Pearl’s residence of three years, is home to an astounding array of facilities.

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Gallery Spotlight: The Post Family

The Post Family is an artist collective based in the Ukranian Village. The Family works out of a loft space serving as a dual gallery and studio area for members and affiliates. The official roster reads 7 members, all melding fine art into the world of design.

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Gallery Spotlight: Harold Washington Community College President’s Gallery

Take one visit to Harold Washington Community College on the bustling corner of Lake and Wabash in the loop and you’ll realize that it isn’t your typical site of post-secondary education.

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Gallery Spotlight: Richard Norton Gallery

Richard Norton Gallery showcases Impressionist and Modernist drawings, paintings and sculpture from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Gallery Spotlight: Chicago State University Galleries

Chicago State University’s Department of Art and Design has two galleries on its campus with regularly scheduled exhibitions. The President’s Gallery shows artwork of professional artists with national popularity while the University Gallery is claimed by student’s work.

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Gallery Spotlight: Edgewater Historical Society & Museum

The Edgewater Historical Society and Museum is a great place for education and enrichment about Edgewater and Chicago history, but it is also a great place for inspiration. This museum is a hidden gem that evokes a unique brand of inspiration to any artist.

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Gallery Spotlight: Swimming Pool Project Space

My first dip into the pool of playful ideas that is Swimming Pool Project Space happened on a recent rainy Sunday. The current show, Art: Under 21, shows work by artists who are under the age of twenty-one.

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Gallery Spotlight: Addington Gallery

– Sponsored Post – Instead of the usual sponsored post, I asked Dan if I could write about his gallery in my own words based on conversations we’ve had.  It’s fun talking to Dan about encaustic art because he’s passionate about the medium and the way each artist uses it differently. He described Mark Perlman […]

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Sparking Investigation: Chicago Art Department

The mission is real simple: TRY IT – MAKE IT – SHARE IT.

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Writing on the Wall at Printworks

River North’s Printworks Gallery has long been established as the foremost in representing the printmaking genre within Chicago’s art community.