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20150929222100-emailinvit James Mesple' review of Nancy Bechtol work, "Monumental HerStory"  
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Adrienne Aaronson, Tobi Star Abrams, Elaine Alibrandi, Marcia Babler, Nancy Bechtol, Gaby Berglund Cardenas, Sharron Boxenbaum, Kaye Buchman, Catherine Cajandig, Carmina Cortes, Julie Cowan, Nancy Delman, Marlene Diamond, Linda Ding, Janice Elkins, Jeanne Garrett, Karen Gehse, Peggy Goldman, BARBARA GOLDSMITH, Darlene Kramer Grossman, Meg Guttman, Laurie Talbol Hall, J.K. Hanacek, Arlene Harris, Pamela Hobbs, Ellen Holtzblatt, Sandra Holubow, Katie Hovencamp, Frances Howard, Karyn Janowski, Sarah Kaiser-Amaral, Kathleen Klein, Tonia Klein, Itala Langmar, Judy A. Langston, Laurie Wessman LeBreton, Janice Lieberman, Christine Lofaso, Kathy Mandell, Olena Marshall, Susan Mart, Rebecca McNealy, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Anita Ivy Miller, Diane L. Nelson, Margaret Newman, Trish Elwood O'Day, Julia Oehmke, Helene Coutler Palella, Teresa Parod, Mimi Peterson, Joyce Polance, Rhonda Popko, Cheryl Quick, Suanne Rayner, Alice Sharie Revelski, Elaine Ricklin, Gina Lee Robbins, Judith Roth, Donna Sands, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Alisa Singer, Lorrie Slaw, Mary Krebs Smyth, Michelle Thrane, Rhonda Thomas Urdang, Betsy Van Die, Leah Weinberg, Rochelle Weiner, Ellen Wright at Koehnline Museum of Art October 1st, 2015 - October 23rd, 2015
Posted 11/1/15

James Mesple's Review of Nancy Bechtol Art: Nancy Bechtol's art exotic and erotic Echoes Hairy Who Predecessors Nancy Bechtol's art echoes her Hairy Who predecessors, but she has always spoken in her own voice. Her tactile, visionary forms fluctuate between abstraction, realism, and surrealism, but always with a touch of both the exotic and the erotic.This diverse, pluralistic approach to her art-making always keeps it fresh, while engaging her audience, keeping them coming back for more. [more]

Chuck_walker_nude Newcity's review of "Drawing Attention" exhibition  
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Richard Bloomfield, Laura Coyle, Rita Dianni-Kaleel, Colleen Fahey, Fletcher Hayes, Karen Jacobsen, Tyrue Jones, Jim MacRoberts, Julia Oehmke, Liliana Perez, Charlie B Thorne, Chuck Walker at Tom Robinson Studio/Gallery June 4th, 2010 - June 26th, 2010
Posted 6/22/10

Newcity's review of "Drawing Attention":http://art.newcity.com/2010/06/21/review-drawing-attentiontom-robinson-studio/ [more]

Chuck_walker_nude Great Review of Drawing Attention at Tom Robinson Gallery  
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Richard Bloomfield, Laura Coyle, Rita Dianni-Kaleel, Colleen Fahey, Fletcher Hayes, Karen Jacobsen, Tyrue Jones, Jim MacRoberts, Julia Oehmke, Liliana Perez, Charlie B Thorne, Chuck Walker at Tom Robinson Studio/Gallery June 4th, 2010 - June 26th, 2010
Posted 6/17/10

REVIEW: Drawing Attention exhibition "is like a living Leonardo Da Vinci sketchbook here in our own pocket of Chicago," writes Carron Little for OurUrbanTimes.http://oururbantimes.com/arts/view-side-window [more]

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