Billions of Particles / Megan Magill & Marc Sirinsky / June 2 – July 14

Two artists conduct a photographic examination of particles. Marc Sirinsky’s images explore microscopic matter from the places associated with his own childhood memories. Megan Magill’s images use miniscule materials and underlying visual patterns to explore uncertainty. Both make work which questions the veracity of what is being seen. Join us for an Opening Reception Saturday, […]

Pinpoints/Patterns – Kristin Mariani and John Terdich – April 14 to May 26

We’ve invited two distinctive artists, Kristin Mariani and John Terdich, to witness the comparisons and contrasts in their art practices. Both Mariani and Terdich begin by stripping down to the basic elements of their respective design craft. They utilize the by-products usually discarded from the process stage to create new narratives and societal discourse. Kristin […]

Vignette / Art en Object / Nov. 4 – Dec. 31

vi·gnette vinˈyet/ noun 1. a small grouping of objects that creates a pleasing focal point and tells a story about you and your home. Shannon Cahill, guest curator and founder of Art en Object, creates vignettes featuring unique objects and furnishings highlighted by local artwork. Her carefully curated vignettes will inspire you with design and […]

Color Systems / Joyce Elias / Sept. 2 – Oct. 7

Evanston artist Joyce Elias shares her observations and explorations of daily weather patterns and color interactions.  Her tactile, colorful works invite the viewer to see the world through the lens of her imagination. In this exhibition, we will have selected works from her Artist’s Weather Project and Color Theories Series. Exhibition runs September 2nd-October 7th. […]

The Game / Lisa Solar / Jul. 15 – Aug. 26

This current body of work by Lisa Solar reflects her interest in the game of Formal Painting.  Each piece represents a challenge to pinpoint the precise moment in which the relationship between dissonance and harmony becomes unstable, using the least number of moves.  The works can be considered a record of sequences, and rely on […]