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OpenWall Chicago:

Exhibition Detail
1+1=Community
Curated by: Patricia Larkin Green
4243 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618


October 17th, 2012 - November 9th, 2012
Opening: 
October 17th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
I Found It Just Like Anything Else, Nancy CharakNancy Charak, I Found It Just Like Anything Else

© Nancy Charak
Reciprocity, Patricia Larkin GreenPatricia Larkin Green, Reciprocity,
9/2012, sumi ink on highly absorbant rice paper/Rice Paper/Parchment/Dogwood, 54" x 14"
© PLG
SaltWorker, Maggie Rife PonceMaggie Rife Ponce, SaltWorker
© @MaggieRife
Insects, Phil PoncePhil Ponce, Insects,
Papel Picatto, Tyvek/Papel Picatto
© @Phil Ponce
“Spanish Dancers in Grant Park”, SPEstesSPEstes, “Spanish Dancers in Grant Park”,
Oil, 30 x 40
© @SPEstes
Wood, Jayson LawferJayson Lawfer, Wood,
stoneware, slips, woodfired, 12 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches
© @Jayson Lawfer
, Allison SvobodaAllison Svoboda, Sumi-ink and Paper Collage
© @Allison Svoboda
Christine, Maria PonceMaria Ponce, Christine,
Digital Print on Paper, 12 x 16
© @Maria Ponce
Legacy, Judith RothJudith Roth, Legacy,
charcoal, graphite and plaster on gesso'd panel, 32x38
© @Judith Roth
Calm, Bill MoranBill Moran, Calm, Acrylic
© @Bill Moran
Alma / Soul , Agustina Diez SierraAgustina Diez Sierra, Alma / Soul ,
The older we get the more we care about our history, our genetics, where we come from. Bolivia is a country rich in traditions! It amazes me how the Indigenous make their topos out of spoons, used to pin on their ponchos and textiles. They eventually did
© @Agustina Diez Sierra
Installation, Ann Ponce, Patricia Larkin Green, Agustina Diez Sierra, Maggie Rife PonceAnn Ponce, Patricia Larkin Green, Agustina Diez Sierra, Maggie Rife Ponce,
Installation
, Agustina Diez SierraAgustina Diez Sierra, Graphic Design
© @Agustina Diez Sierra
Jellies, Patricia Larkin GreenPatricia Larkin Green, Jellies,
10/12, Sumi-ink and Silk Scroll, 72"x28"
© @Patricia Larkin Green
PinkCock and What my cat plays with, Laura Engel, Sasse EngelLaura Engel, Sasse Engel,
PinkCock and What my cat plays with,
Acrylic and multi media
© @Laura Engel
Jellies, Allison SvobodaAllison Svoboda, Jellies,
Sumi-ink and Paper Collage
© @Allison Svoboda
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WEBSITE:  
http://www.openwallchicago.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
North Side
EMAIL:  
openwalljury@gmail.com
OPEN HOURS:  
6 PM-8 PM
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
St. Augustines College
TAGS:  
sumi-e, sumi, paintings/Sumi-e, Sumi-e/Japanese, mixed media on mylar paper sumie on rice paper contemporary, sumi-e abstract, papel picatta, Fusionart, photography, mixed-media, installation, conceptual, realism, landscape, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture
COST:  
free
> DESCRIPTION

The opening reception of "1+1=Community" is in conjunction with Chicago Artists Month and features the artwork of the OpenWall committee members (the first 1) plus one artist of their choice (the second 1) that live within the 47th Ward.

The current installation has widely known artists like William Conger, Judith Roth, and some surprises, such as Phil Ponce’s first art exhibition. Stunning paintings, pottery and photography showcase the diverse and talented artists living within the neighborhood. The public is invited to mingle with the alderman and his staff, the local community and the artists to discuss their works.

Featured Artists:  William Conger, Patricia Larkin Green, Bill Moran, Phil Ponce, Agustina Diez Sierra, Judith Roth, Sasse Engel, Scotti Estes, Maria Ponce, Jayson Lawfer, Allison Swoboda, Nancy Charak, Maggie Rife and Laura Engel. To learn more about the artists and the event please check out the OpenWall blog at http://openwall forartists.blogspot.com/ and leave your comments!

Curator Patricia Larkin Green said, "I was honored when the Alderman's office asked me to curate these events. I am a fast believer that artists need a supportive community because as artists we are most vulnerable when we are taking risks. Artists need to create, to exhibit and see each other's work.”

Alderman Ameya Pawar says, “This is how transparency looks to me, I want the office to be a place where people feel they can come inside and interact. The walls are for the Artists.'"


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