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New show available for viewing online from Chicago's Women-Made Gallery

Artwork by Eileen Goldenberg

Artwork by Eileen Goldenberg

 

Woman Made Gallery is proud to present painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, book art, and video by 35 women.

 

On view are two-dimensional works in acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, ink, pencil, screen printing, spray paint, encaustic, and mixed media. Both Chicago artists Urszula Gogol and Ann Maki use fiber to create their abstract works;  Peggy Johnston from Iowa works with paper, straws, and copper pins in her artist’s book ‘Spirula’; and Jennifer Grote employs porcelain and wood for her work ‘Squareness and Roundness’.

 

Artists represented in this exhibition are Deborah Adams, Liz Albertson, Carla Aurich, Barbara Sistak Baur, Marianne Biagi, Barbara Blacharczyk, Heather Brammeier, Brianna Burnett, Margaret Carsello, Maria Dimanshtein, Gayle Gerson, Tiffany Gholar, Beverly Gimlin, Urszula Gogol, Eileen Goldenberg, Jennifer Grote, Nancy Hlavacek, Peggy Johnston, Joan Painter Jones, Elzbieta (Elka) Kazmierczak, Agnieszka Kubiak, Haeley Kyong, Ann Maki, Baila Miller, Kacey Morrow, Penny Perkins, Cherry Rahn, Silvana LaCreta Ravena, Julia Ris, Charlotte Segal, Raquel Stallworth, Ginny Sykes, Anna Timmerman, Kathleen Waterloo, and Betsy Zacsek.

 

Exhibition Juror: Sandra Perlow

Sandra Perlow is a Chicago area artist interested in abstraction and pictorial space. She earned her BA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and an MA from the Illinois Institute of Design. Perlow has shown her work internationally, including at Linda Warren Gallery, Harper College, Jean Albano Gallery, and the Rockford Art Museum. She is an active contributor to WMG and serves on its Advisory Board.

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