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Ordinary Things Exhibit Continues Until July 6 At Studio 659

Ordinary Things Exhibit At Studio 659

In this exhibit, the art reminds us that what is ordinary in one life might not be ordinary in another.  Some artists have re-imagined “ordinary” in extraordinary ways.  The exhibit is curated by Dawn Diamantopoulos, a graduate of Pratt Institute. Several of my still life paintings are on display.  Many Midwest regional artists attended our reception.  We were greeted with an engaging art installation in the gallery window by Jules Kulchar-Naus

Art installation.

 

The curator, Dawn Diamantopoulos, did an excellent job of selecting art for the exhibit.  It’s really good to have my art in the company of so many talented artists.  Exhibiting artists include: Myra Veazquez, Paul Benninghoff, Sarah Benning, Kellie Lachata, Brian Harmon, Tony Lipka, Mike Lewandowski,  Carol Estes, and Leon Sarantos.

Several photographers displayed their imaginative interpretations of the “Ordinary Things” themWater pumpe.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Water Pump by Kelly Lachata.

 I enjoyed the textured surface of the boards in the background of Water Pump by Kelly Lachata.

Penny

 

Penny  Oil painting by Paul Benninghoff.

This strong painting, Penny by Paul Benninghoff, is all the more striking for being beautifully framed … and it “makes sense” for the Ordinary Things theme.  (I could not resist the pun.)

blackberries

 

Blackberries, by Carol Estes

Blackberries, by Carol Estes, is a very imaginative portrayal of ordinary items, fruit spilling out of a glass jar.  Her photo combines a really well-done use of composition, contrast, and colors.

Doll

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dirty Doll, by Mike Lewandowski

Dirty Doll, by Mike Lewandowski, is a totally engaging image that brings to mind Charlie Chaplins’s iconic character, the Tramp.

Apples, Grapes And Vases



 

Apples, Grapes and Vases on Blue Cloth, by Leon Sarantos

It’s always a good feeling to see my art on display, especailly in the company of so many talented artists.  Apples, Grapes and Vases on Blue Cloth.is one of several of my still life artworks on display,

Studio 659

A Little About Us - Studio 659: Studio 659 is an Art Studio in the heart of the historic downtown district of Whiting, Indiana at 1413 119th Street.  Located only 30 minutes from Chicago on the shores of Lake Michigan, Studio 659 is not only an art gallery but a studio which offers classes to youth and adults as well as puts on live music events, book signings and more.The Studio is headed by the Whiting Arts Council which was a brainchild of Mayor Joe Stahura.  The Council is made up of representatives from all of Whiting's artistic organizations including: Whiting Lakefront Symphony, Marian Theatre Guild, Arts Alive!, 119th Street. Artists, Calumet College, Whiting High School's Art Department as well as at-large members of the community who have art backgrounds.

Hours of Operation:

Thursday & Friday - Noon - 7 pm

Saturdays - 10 am - 2 pm.

Links

 More of my still life art

http://www.leonsarantosartist.com/art-gallery/still-lifes/

Studio 659

http://www.studio659.org/

Posted by Leon Sarantos on 7/3/13 | tags: modern landscape photography installation mixed-media sculpture Midwest artists review exhibit Art







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