My Abstract Cityscape Painting, Lakeside City, is at Rogers Park ArtWalk – Chicago Artists Month

1st Annual Rogers Park ArtWalk – Chicago Artist Month

 This artwork displays a stylized approach to representational art that combines elements of an abstract painting superimposed over realistic objects.  The paintings include Lakeside City and Young Lady With Long Pipe, an abstract figurative painting.
Lakeside City

Rogers Park Business Alliance invites you to the 1st Annual Rogers Park ArtWalk.  This curated ArtWalk is currently taking place in the Glenwood Avenue Arts District and continues until Sunday, November 6, 2011. Storefronts are displaying art work from 25 professional artists. Also, B1E Gallery, Evil Squirrel, Heartland Café and Lifeline Theatre are showcasing art. This event was created to be part of Chicago Artists Month.

I was pleased to be invited to apply to the exhibit. My artwork for Rogers Park Art Walk includes digital photography and oil paintings.

My art is in the windows of Act One / Mayne Stage at 1328 Morse Avenue.  The information center is at the office of the Rogers Park Business Alliance at 1448 W. Morse in Chicago from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Hope you come and visit our first Annual Rogers Park ArtWalk and celebrate Chicago Artists Month.
To see more of my paintings and photographs, please visit my website.

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One thought on “My Abstract Cityscape Painting, Lakeside City, is at Rogers Park ArtWalk – Chicago Artists Month

  1. Congratulation! Beautiful work! 🙂

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