Eyeporium Gallery presents
“St Nick’s Top Picks”
Opening is Saturday, December 11th from noon to 5pm
EXHIBITION CONTINUES THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS
Eyeporium Gallery will celebrate the season with an art exhibition showcasing more than a dozen of our favorite artists crossing all artistic disciplines. Our artists are presenting works at gift-giving prices so that they can become a favorite artist of yours, as well!
We will have Tony Fitzpatrick’s intricate collage drawings, Jason Brammer’s photo-surrealistic paintings, and Doug Stapleton’s collaged images that approach botanicals. Nancy Deal will present a trunk show of her bold, kinetic studio art jewelry. We will have Bruce Riley’s atmospheric abstract paintings and Teresa Petersen’s totally kitsch collages as well as Joey Wozniak’s lushly applied narrative paintings utilizing hand-cut stencils. The event could not be complete without the whimsical encaustic sculptures of Ken Gold as well as the exquisite micro-miniatures of Charlie B Thorne. Jason Messinger will present a new series of ceramic tiles that can be re-sequenced to create an always update-able narrative. And we are delighted to introduce Scott Wills with his bronze sculpture, Elke Claus with her many-layered prints, and Keelan McMorrow with his figurative paintings.
Eye Want, the sister store to Eyeporium Gallery, will add to the festivities by offer 10% off everything!
Opening Reception (public invited): Saturday, December 11, 2010 from noon to 5pm
Exhibition Viewing: Through Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Regular Hours: Monday to Friday 12pm to 7pm; Saturday 12pm to 5pm
1431 N Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60622
Two blocks from the “Damen” Blue Line El stop in the heart of Wicker Park.
ABOUT EYEPORIUM GALLERY:
Annette Sollars, creator of Chicago's fine eyewear icon, Eye Want, also launched Eyeporium, a fine art gallery in Wicker Park. Representing exceptional artists of regional and national prominence, Eyeporium Gallery features contemporary creators of paint, print, photographic and sculptural works from the realistic to the surreal to the abstract. With the location of Eyeporium inside Eye Want, Annette has created a single destination for you to procure fine eyewear and fine art “for your face and your space”.