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Monumental Series/long herstory, 2015 Photography/Manipulated Varies © Nancy Bechtol 2015
Wanderlust
Curated by: James Vellner

2630 W. Fletcher
The Lost Artists Colony
Chicago (North Side)*, IL 60647
September 12th, 2015 - September 12th, 2015
Opening: September 12th, 2015 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.lostartistschicago.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Other (outside main areas)
EMAIL:  
jamesvellner@hotmail.com
PHONE:  
3122414882
OPEN HOURS:  
5 pm - 10 pm
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
TAGS:  
chicago, monumental, best, surreal, painting, figurative, landscape, surrealism, graffiti/street-art, drawing, sculpture, photography, mixed-media
COST:  
free ...to look and enjoy..art work available for purchase

DESCRIPTION

THE LOST ARTISTS SHOW

 

Live Music Featuring:

Waning Faith  -  7pm

909's  -  8pm

 

Art by Studio and Visiting Artists

Live Poetry hosted by Vito Carli 5-7pm

 

Saturday Sept. 12th,  5pm - 9pm

 

ART COLONY STUDIO BUILDING

2630 W. Fletcher, Chicago, IL 60618

(Just Southeast of Belmont/Elston/California)

 

The Art Colony Studio Building is presenting their monthly second Saturday Art Show.  Musical guests will be Waning Faith (7pm) and 909's (8pm).  Opening is on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015 from 5pm to 9pm.  Poetry with Vito Carli 5-7pm.  Come see our Studio and Visiting Artists, and visit the Studio / Gallery spaces.  Free parking.

 

Participating Studio Artists include: Walter Fydryck, Adam Helman, Frank Mascenic, Kirk Rohrbaugh, Laura Slota

 

Participating Visiting Artists include: David Bechtol, Nancy Bechtol, Eric Dinse, Brian Garay, Moira Hyatt, Kat Van Horn, Paul Whittaker

 

Come find us at our little known about location, tucked away on secluded tree lined Fletcher Street.  There are also plenty of bars and restaurants located nearby this up and coming area in the Avondale and Logan Square neighborhoods.

(Fletcher is one Street South of Belmont and the building is located between Rockwell and Washtenaw)

 

Free Admission