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Cornelia Arts Building

Exhibition Detail
Cornelia Arts Building November Open Studios
1800 W. Cornelia
Chicago, IL 60657

November 16th, 2012 - November 16th, 2012
November 16th, 2012 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Autumn Reflection # 1, Paul CallahanPaul Callahan, Autumn Reflection # 1,
, Nancy CharakNancy Charak,
watercolor on birchwood panel, 18"x24"
Anamorphosis of Dali, Jonathan CernakJonathan Cernak, Anamorphosis of Dali,
Oil painting on Canvas, 36" x 48"
, Doug BirkenheuerDoug Birkenheuer, photography
Peculiarities no 7, Fraser TaylorFraser Taylor, Peculiarities no 7,
oil and collage on canvas, 72" x 63"
Giving Up the Ghost, Giving Up the Ghost,
Oil, graphite, pastel on panel, 36” x 22”
Chicago Avenue L Stop, Kevin SwallowKevin Swallow, Chicago Avenue L Stop,
Digitally Enchanced Photograph, 16"x20'
The Gift, Jeremiah KetnerJeremiah Ketner, The Gift,
Acrylic Paint on Wood, 11"x14"
November III, Jason MessingerJason Messinger, November III,
2012, ceramic, glazes, 22" x 17" x 13"
Oscar Wilde, Joey WozniakJoey Wozniak, Oscar Wilde,
2012, Oil Painting on Canvas, 10"x12" framed
A Sense Of Being Stared At, Darrell RobertsDarrell Roberts, A Sense Of Being Stared At,
oil and pumice on canvas, 12"x12"x2"
Women From The Brothels, Randi RussoRandi Russo, Women From The Brothels,
Acrylic paint on canvas, 30"x40"
Across the River (sketch), JUDY SCHUMACHERJUDY SCHUMACHER, Across the River (sketch),
Acrylic Paint on Canvasboard, 12"x16"
In my backyard, Ahavani MullenAhavani Mullen, In my backyard,
Encaustic, 3"x4"
Morton Arbortoreum, Paul CallahanPaul Callahan, Morton Arbortoreum,
Painting, 48" x 41"
Pacfic Rim, Joey WozniakJoey Wozniak, Pacfic Rim,
2012, Oil Painting on Canvas, 11"x14"
My Kind Of Town, Darrell RobertsDarrell Roberts, My Kind Of Town,
oil and pumice on canvas, 12"x12"x2"
Orpheus and Eurydice, Nancy CharakNancy Charak, Orpheus and Eurydice,
watercolor on clayboard, 8"x8"
Diagonal Lift, Doug BirkenheuerDoug Birkenheuer, Diagonal Lift,
2011, digital, 22x17
May, Jason MessingerJason Messinger, May,
Ceramic, glazes, 21"h x 19" x 15"
Side Walk #13, Paul CallahanPaul Callahan, Side Walk #13,
Painting, 48"x70"
High Line View, West Chelsea (NYC), Kevin SwallowKevin Swallow,
High Line View, West Chelsea (NYC),
Acrylic paint, 24"x30"
Everything\'s Easy, Rebecca ChmielewskiRebecca Chmielewski, Everything's Easy,
mixed media on paper, 96" x 50"
Farmers At The Zoo, Randi RussoRandi Russo, Farmers At The Zoo,
Acrylic paint on canvas, 24" x 48"
Peculiarities no 9, Fraser TaylorFraser Taylor, Peculiarities no 9,
oil and collage on canvas, 72" x 66"
Acrylic Paint on Canvas, 20"x20"
Softness, Ahavani MullenAhavani Mullen, Softness,
Encaustic, 13" x 16"
Heroic Symphany, Darrell RobertsDarrell Roberts, Heroic Symphany,
oil and pumice on canvas, 12"x12"x2"
Garden On Ashland, Joey WozniakJoey Wozniak, Garden On Ashland,
Oil Painting on Canvas, 11"x14"
, Nancy CharakNancy Charak,
watercolor on birchwood pane, 24"x18"
Chicago Lakefront Skyline, Kevin SwallowKevin Swallow, Chicago Lakefront Skyline,
Acrylic on panel, 30" x 60"
Surprise, Ahavani MullenAhavani Mullen, Surprise,
Encaustic, 18"x24"
Peculiarities no 5, Fraser TaylorFraser Taylor, Peculiarities no 5,
oil and collage on canvas, 72" x 63"
Skin (J.J.), Rebecca ChmielewskiRebecca Chmielewski, Skin (J.J.),
Mixed media on paper, 96” x 50”
Flames Lick, Jason MessingerJason Messinger, Flames Lick,
2012, ceramic, glazes, 19"H x 15" x 12"
Q3 - Bonus, Jonathan CernakJonathan Cernak, Q3 - Bonus,
gold leaf, shredded US currency, and acrylic paint on canvas, 36" x 48"
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Cornelia Arts Building – Where Art Works

Continuing the celebration of 25 years in one of the only all-artist buildings on the Northside of Chicago, Cornelia Arts Building celebrates their third annual

November Pre-Hoiday Open Studios

Come see what the 40+ resident and guest artists of the Cornelia Arts Building have been creating in two full floors of working artist studios, and special hallway guest artwork exhibitions. Enjoy our interior building improvements and see artists in their working studios.

Free and open to the general public.

Close to public transportation, free parking available.

Paintings, Photography, Jewelry, Sculpture, Tile Murals, Printmaking, Drawings, Textile Arts, Ceramics, and other unique gifts.

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