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Exhibition Detail
ANGELICIES: A Look at the Modern Day Angel
1389 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

November 15th, 2011 - January 15th, 2012
November 18th, 2011 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Angelicies, Laura Lee JungeLaura Lee Junge, Angelicies,
2011, Oil on Board
© Laura Lee Junge
Glad Tidings of Great Joy, Laura CoyleLaura Coyle, Glad Tidings of Great Joy,
Pen & Ink on Watercolor Paper
© Laura Coyle
Agatha, Audry CramblitAudry Cramblit, Agatha,
2010, Bronze, 16" x 5" x 4"
© Audry Cramblit
Crying Angel, Ausrine KerrAusrine Kerr, Crying Angel,
Dye, Stitching, Wax & Relief on Leather, 33" x 37"
© Aurine Kerr
A Charmed Life, Bronwyn ElkussBronwyn Elkuss, A Charmed Life,
Hand Stitched Embroidery & Applique, 19" x 15"
© Bronwyn Elkuss
, Connie HinkleConnie Hinkle,
2011, Watercolor & Marker on Board
© Connie Hinkle
Gate Nine, DimitreDimitre, Gate Nine,
Photopraph, 60" x 40"
© Dimiter
Ecstatic Angel, George C ClarkGeorge C Clark, Ecstatic Angel
© George C Clark
Bring Me These, John PranciaJohn Prancia, Bring Me These,
Oil on Linen, 60" x 21"
© John Prancia
My Angel, Kevin LahvicKevin Lahvic, My Angel,
Oil / Acrylic on Canvas, 24" x 18"
© Kevin Lahvic
Jesse, Laura Lee JungeLaura Lee Junge, Jesse,
2010, Ceramic, 18" x 14" x 10"
© Laura Lee Junge
Raphodessa, Laura Lee JungeLaura Lee Junge, Raphodessa,
2009, Oil on Board, 28" x 17 1/2"
© Laura Lee Junge
Romantiquity, Laura Lee JungeLaura Lee Junge, Romantiquity,
2009, Oil on Board, 28" x 17 1/2"
© Laura Lee Junge
Angelica, Laura Lee JungeLaura Lee Junge, Angelica,
2008, Oil on Canvas, 47 1/2" X 37 1/2"
© Laura Lee Junge
As the Crow Flies, Laura Lein-SvencnerLaura Lein-Svencner, As the Crow Flies,
2011, Mixed Media Collage, 40" x 40"
© Laura Lein-Svencver
Eastern Angel, Martin GieseMartin Giese, Eastern Angel, 2011, 36"
© Martin Giese
Voyage de Nuit, Michael GoroMichael Goro, Voyage de Nuit,
Limited Edition Etching, 13" x 24"
© Michael Goro
Angelic Hannah Study, Richard LaurentRichard Laurent, Angelic Hannah Study,
Oil on Canvas, 8" x 10"
© Richard Laurent
A View of the Woods by the Light of the Moon, Richad LaurentRichad Laurent,
A View of the Woods by the Light of the Moon,
Oil on Canvas, 24" x 24"
© Richard Laurent
Angel, Scott BeckerScott Becker, Angel, 2011, Digital
© Scott Becker
Blue Angel, Sharon BladholmSharon Bladholm, Blue Angel
© Sharon Bladholm
Blue Winged Sole Angel, Sharon BladholmSharon Bladholm, Blue Winged Sole Angel,
© Sharon Bladholm
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North Side
(773) 227-7900
Mon - Sat: 11-8 Sun: 12-5
sculpture, traditional, modern, figurative, abstract, surrealism, realism, digital, mixed-media, photography

“Angelicies: A Look At the Modern Day Angel,” is a group exhibit featuring 20 Chicago based artists.  When one hears the term “angel”, chances are that person already has a pre-conceived notion of what an angel looks like, what it embodies, and immediately ascribes a meaning.  Jackson Junge Gallery challenged Chicago artists to bring forth the image of the modern day angel in a group exhibit titled “Angelicies”.  Throughout time, artists have consistently searched for different ways to evaluate what they think an angel might truly look like.  The standard winged being that we have come to know is not necessarily what the artistic interpretation is going to yield.

Angelic figures inhabit the worlds of more than just the religious.  In fact, it was recently found that one in five people, who are not religious, believe that they have a guardian angel!  The meanings of angels and what they are to different people offer many different interpretations and ideas or imaginings.  Art has been a great proponent of attempting to illuminate what the mind has difficulty in expressing. “Angelicies” attempts to embrace all forms of expression of the idea of angelic beings or qualities. 

“The holidays always seem to evoke music and imagery that fill Chicago with the presence of angels,” said Chris Jackson, director and co-owner of the Jackson Junge Gallery.  “Seeing more imagery of angels at this time of year gets people thinking about their existence more readily.  It seems like a great time to bring the idea to the forefront of the Chicago area.”

The artists provided works of many different media and variations on the theme of angels.  From the more traditional aspects of angels to an urban interpretation, “Angelicies” provides the audience with a platform for viewing the analysis of each artist’s perspective on angels.

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