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A Passing Day: Land and Light

March 12 to May 14
Opening reception: March 23, 2018, 5 - 7 pm
Gallery talk: March 26, noon

Fermilab Art Gallery
Kirk Road and Pine Street
Batavia, IL

The art gallery is open to the public Monday to Friday, 8am to 4:30 pm.  Sign in at the reception desk in Wilson Hall atrium.

In A Passing Day: Land and Light, Ellen Holtzblatt's art explores the connection between the physical and the spiritual – the memories of the body that reside in the soul.  Her recent landscape paintings of the Midwestern prairie and the Icelandic tundra become an allegory for psyche and emotion, as she considers place and how one’s surroundings impact feelings and thoughts – seeking lands that seem beyond the control of humans.

Between Earth and Sky

February 12, 2018 to March 9, 2018
Opening reception: February 13, 10:30 am to noon
Artist Talk: February 13, 11:30 am

Robert F. DeCaprio Gallery
Moraine Valley Community College
9000 W. College Parkway
Palos Hills, IL


Intuitive Hemispheres

February 10, 2018 to March 3, 2018
Opening reception: February 10, 6 pm to 10 pm

Agitator Gallery
1112 N Ashland
Chicago, Il 60622

Intuitive Hemispheres is a show that explores the work of two radically different artists whose work visually deals with the representation of subjective psychological and emotional states in dramatically different ways. Both artists by turning deeply inward, plumbing the subconscious and becoming radically in tune with their own emotions, present the viewer with at times lucid, terrifying, and deeply moving representations of the feelings that we all share in two dramatically different visual ways.

Natural Instincts

Opening reception: October 26, 2018
6 to 8 pm

October 26 to November 18, 2018
Monday - Friday, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm

Charter Oak Cultural Center
21 Charter Oak
Hartford, CT

Far From the Front Lines

September 7 - October 1, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, September 8, 6-8pm

Evanston Art Center
1717 Central Street
Evanston, IL 60201

This exhibition brings together a community of artists who strongly feel that art is personal, that the personal is political, and the political is very personal. The twenty-two North American contemporary artists selected for this exhibition were among those who responded to the call to create art about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. As in many mediums, perspective derives from distance; being far away opens up a natural space for new viewpoints.  Artists who are Far From the Front Lines have created an opportunity for artful dialog beyond borders. It allows both the audience and the artists themselves to actively promote meaningful change in our minds, where all borders ultimately reside. 
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