- THE FOOL: Chicago Artists' Collective group show THE FOOL features gorgeous figurative collage inspired by Commedia dellíarte during artist Clara Batton Smithís recent visit to Venice, a set of approximately 100 digital drawings entitled "what a fool believes," by artist and Unit B Gallery curator Kimberly Aubuchon, new sculpture and twig art from the glowing welding shed of artist, Thom Hughes, a deck of tarot by CHARCOLL founder E.K. Buckley, evil, foolish and happy oil paintings by the recently civilized K.C. Welch, two new wooden paintings, "Itís back there somewhere" and another to be titled when the aliens speak up again by artist, Dave Pearson, a tribute to the I Ching, "Youthful Folly Collection", by industrial accessory designer, Melissa Kolbusz [WIRED Jewelry], "The Highway Series" with time, motion and memory as central themes by painter, David Moskow, oil portraits by artist, Sally Hughes, striking large format oils and recent experimental photography by Ned Broderick, figurative acrylics by Zsofia Otvos, inspired by the fool to take a satirical look at foolishness as a human condition, and a multimedia collaboration in columnar form homage to fools by local mystery art collective, The Lost Tribe.
- DATES & TIMES: Opening reception Friday April 9 (6-10pm) & opens every Saturdays & Sundays (12pm-5pm), APRIL 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, May 1 (MAY DAY), 2, 8, 9. ALSO, special 6-10pm hours on FRIDAY MAY 7th to coincide with the Stray Show and Art Chicago. CLOSING RECEPTION: SUNDAY MAY 9..
CHARCOLL member Kimberly Aubuchon is curating a booth at THE STRAY SHOW featuring several artists, including CHARCOLL founder, E.K. Buckley, who will show the conclusion of her TAROT series. Show runs May 6-9.
View pictures of our past exhibits
- LOCATION: Arts District Warehouse,1826 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, IL
- [get map].
Take 18th Street exit off 90/94.
For private viewing, call Elizabeth @ (312) 243-4534 for appointment.
GROUP SHOW: EXHIBITING ARTISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED
Contact CHARCOLL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibit made possible by THE CHICAGO ARTS DISTRICT