- FISH, FLESH, FOWL: Features artwork based on the intersections between the spirit & the flesh, the particle & the wave, in this CHARCOLL group show.
- DATES & TIMES: Opening reception Friday July 9 (6-10pm) & opens every Saturday & Sunday (12pm-5pm), JULY 10, 17, 24, 31 Closes AUGUST 7 (RECEPTION). Closing reception held Saturday, AUGUST 7, from 12-5pm.
- CHICAGO ARTISTSí COLLECTIVE (charcoll.com) artists examine the mysteries of god in the July Exhibit. FISH - FLESH - FOWL is the traditional poetic myth of the birth, life and sacrificial murder of the harvest king. FISH - FLESH - FOWL features new collage from our twisted southern belle Clara Batton Smith with an homage to the whores of the old testament, a comparative project also with Smith along with painter Zsofia Otvos, both creating their own iconic interpretation of the same female godheads, new paintings about the lamp of god within the individual by Zsofia Otvos, new oils and works on paper inspired by the mystery of the crucifixion by E.K. Buckley (co-founder of CHARCOLL), a begrudging project by the devil's biggest fan, painter and skull-smith K.C. Welch, paintings by Detroit artist Chad Hunt, mixed media painting dealing with the struggle to place god in form by Sally Hughes, an austere treatment of horizon by painter David Moskow, a photographic narrative depicting the pursuit of the soul and magic by sarah beckstrom, the newest sculpture from CHARCOLL artist and welder Thom Hughes, an abstract expression of passage by artist David Decastro, new designs from [wired] - Melissa Kolbuszís accessories made from industrial and dead-tech surplus, new sculpture by Kenneth Morrison, a single collaborative multi-media installation by the 30+ artists in "The Lost Tribe" collective, paintings of people in trouble and god's role in the nation in large format oil by Ned Broderick, haunting figurative scenes in acrylic by Kevin Moeller, and guest artists Carlos Canario, back for an encore with new photography, and David Simpson (his first-time exhibiting with the collective) adding his sardonic sense of whimsy.
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- 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