Chicago Arts-Galleries from Chicago Traveler
There are a number of art galleries and art museums in the Chicago area. The Art Institute of Chicago, located on Michigan Avenue at Monroe Street, holds one of the world's great art collections. The Museum of Contemporary Art, located on Chicago Avenue just east of Michigan Avenue, features art created after 1945. The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, located on the University of Chicago's Hyde Park campus, houses a permanent collection of over 7,000 objects, spanning five centuries of both Western and Eastern civilizations.
Special interest art museums include the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum located in Chicago's west side, the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, located just southwest of Soldier Field, and the Terra Museum of American Art, located on the Magnificent Mile.
City sponsored art galleries include the Illinois Art Gallery located in the Thompson Center, Gallery 37 located on Randolph Street near Michigan Avenue, and the City Gallery located at the Historic Water Tower.
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Cocktails and Clay
5020 S. Cornell Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
phone: (773)324-5520 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Think night on the town meets playing in the mud. Every 2nd Friday of the month join us for a late night clay-making, dance-partying, gallery-hopping good time.
1932. S. Halsted Unit 100 Chicago
312-850-1816, email: email@example.com
4Art Inc is a service-oriented gallery, located in the Historic Chicago Arts District in Pilsen. 4Art Inc Gallery, offers artists a unique experience by giving them a 6 month residency to show an evolution of their work over a six month period of time. Our artists rotate new work every month.
News: Our 2007 ANNUAL ARTWALK Dates: Friday Sept 28th 6pm-10pm, Sat29th & Sun 30th noon-7pm. There will be over a hundred participants, galleries & artist studios.
Navy Pier 700 E. Grand Ave.
Art International (web site may still be under construction)
676 N. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60610
Find art that captivates you at our new gallery, now open. Discover the work of international and local artists working in a broad range of mediums, including painting, photography, glass and sculpture.
CenterStage Chicago Art Galleries
Chicago Art Galleries
Chicago Contemporary Art
2780 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL, 60614
773-248-1750, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Original Modern Art From Chicago Artists Contemporary Paintings/Limited Edition Prints
For more than a decade, Chicago Contemporary Art has been a leading source for unique contemporary works of art. Collectors include Gucci, Julia Child, the Universities of Illinois and Wisconsin and Jesse White- The Secretary of State of Illinois. Our contemporary works are found in The Sears Tower and The John Hancock Building, as well as many financial, real estate, and healthcare centers. Hundreds of works are in private homes and offices throughout the world.
As we open our new 5,000 sq. ft. Lincoln Park Gallery, we will feature the paintings of internationally collected artists Kathleen Patrick and Joseph Catanzaro. We invite you to come see our newest show. Open Daily: 11am to 9pm
David Weinberg Gallery
300 W Superior Suite 203
Chicago, IL 60610
312-529-5090, email: email@example.com
David Weinberg Gallery is a fine art gallery that primarily features contemporary photography and mixed-media works. David Weinberg Gallery collaborates with various local institutions for exhibits and has an emphasis on education.
Friends Of The Arts
1046 W. Fulton Market
312.243.2780, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Function + Art specializes in contemporary studio furniture, fine craft and the decorative arts.
617 North State Street, Chicago, 60610
Hildt Galleries, specialists in fine 19th and 20th Century original oil paintings and watercolors by listed English, Continental and American artists, are pleased to announce the opening of their gallery in the restored Tree Studios center on January 19, 2005.
Hyde Park Art Center
5307 S. Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago, IL 60615
773-324-5520, email: email@example.com
The Hyde Park Art Center's mission is to stimulate and sustain the visual arts in Chicago. It is the oldest alternative exhibition space in the City and boasts a long record of education outreach in the community. Studio art classes are available to community members of all ages and skill levels. Classes are offered in painting, drawing, ceramics, photography, and much more! The Hyde Park Art Center has three exhibition spaces to showcase the work of exciting and innovative artists.
Images of Nature
Oakbrook Shopping Center, Oakbrook, IL 60523
phone: 630-571-5704, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Images of Nature is owned by World-Renowned nature photographer Thomas D Mangelsen. We offer limited edition photographs, as well as, posters, cards and other products. Our items are great for the home and office. Conservation is a key theme in Tom's photography. Through showing the beauty of nature, Tom hopes to encourage others to go out and discover the wonders the natural world has to offer, to care enough about it to help preserve what remains.
140 E. Walton Chicago, IL 60011, email email@example.com
American and European period and contemporary art gallery located at Walton and Michigan Ave. at One Magnificent Mile in Chicago inside the Drake Hotel.
Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA)
820 N Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60611
312.915.7600, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LUMA is dedicated to the exploration and understanding of art that attempts to illuminate the enduring spiritual questions and concerns of all cultures and societies. We feature exhibitions from around the world. For our current and upcoming exhibition schedule visit our website at www.luc.edu/luma.
1139 W. Fulton Market, Chicago 60607
312-226-7808, email: email@example.com
Mars Gallery is located in the West Loop of downtown Chicago in a turn-of-the-century warehouse loft originally occupied by the Empire Butter and Egg Company. Mars specializes in contemporary pop art and outsider artwork.
Mary Bell Galleries
740 N. Franklin St., Chicago, IL 60610
312-642-0202, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Bell Galleries, a Major Force in Chicago's River North Gallery District, offering contemporary works hosts a Landscape Painters Group Show featuring artists Scott Addis, Rodger Bechtold, Deborah Ebbers, Angus MacPhearson, and Denise Presnell-Weidner. Opening Reception is February 11 from 5pm to 8pm. The show is on view through March 15, 2005.
321 S. Ridge Rd., Lake Forest, IL 60045
847 295-2604 fax 847-295-2318, e-mail: email@example.com
Art works with the subject Chicago that can be seen in many of the Galleries around Chicago. Also the McMahon family has 17 Public Art works around Chicago in the form of ceramic tile murals.
4415 North Ravenswood Avenue,Chicago,60640
OAK Gallery, a new venue in the Ravenswood art district specializing in one-of-a-kind prints, encaustic paintings, pottery, glass and jewelry.
OAK Gallery opening exhibition features Chicago encaustic artist, Alicia Forestall-Boehm. Encaustic painting is an ancient technique which uses pigmented was hardened by resin. This process produces an organic and textural quality to her paintings. Currently featured is her Window Series which explores the sea of windows that define the city. Thru Dec 21:
The Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Arts
Performing Arts Chicago
PRISM Contemporary Glass
1048 W. Fulton Market
312.243.4885, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PRISM's focus is on emerging and established (but under-represented) artists; the gallery's artist(ic) roster reads as a Who's Who of emerging and established talent, innovative processes and cutting-edge techniques- yielding artworks from sensual to architectural. With such a strong and varied lineup, PRISM aims to set a new standard for glass art in Chicago.
Refuge. Center for Artists in Recovery
4811 Main Street, Skokie, Illinois 60077
847.673.3737, email: email@example.com
Refuge is a unique non-profit center for artists who are active in the process of recovery from addictions or mental disabilities. The art also serves as a backdrop for public awareness and education of individuals in recovery. Participating artists showcase their artworks and learn the business side of art sales and exhibition as a means to get their life back on track.
4655 S. King Dr. 2nd Floor Chgo. IL. 60653
773.538.4773, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ART EXHIBIT ARTIST RECEPTION 01.06.06 5:30-9PM
Join us for the opening of Carlos Jimenez: Less Is More. The show features his newest work, which he calls "organic abstracts." He intends them to be truly engaging: abstract, but not remote, about the universe and the earth combined. Deeply spiritual, these beautifully textured acrylic paintings draw the viewer directly into a world of vivid cosmic images.
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