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Amy Huisinga

Amy Huisinga
Chicago, IL
amyartworks.com

My acrylic paintings incorporate added textured gel mediums and various painting surfaces to create dimensional effects within the scene, giving the viewer a sense of involvement.

Joseph Smigielski

Joseph Smigielski
Chicago, IL
joesmigielski.com

My oils are inspired by the music I listen to while painting them. The rhythms, beats and movements of a song are transposed onto canvas and unique imagery emerges from the patterns.

Tracy Burton

Tracy Burton
Scratchy Eye Studio
Chicago, IL
scratchyeyestudio.com

I work in clay because it allows me to focus on form and function as well as the decorative surface. I love to incorporate bright color and texture to help tell an abstract visual story.

Tatyana Perreault

Tatyana Perreault
Tatventures Photography
Chicago, IL
tatventures.com
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As a longtime Lakeview resident, it has been my passion capturing the beauty of the ever-changing Chicago skyline through photography on canvas and other mediums. I’m always after a unique perspective!

JD Dennison

JD Dennison
Troy, MI
jddennison.com

I photograph through a microscope, invert and color-correct them, and mirror them along certain axes, as well as take pictures at night with a flash and invert them to the negative so dark turns to light and light to dark. Then mounted to acrylic.

Andres Arango

Andres Arango
Sulay
Miami, FL

My work is result of 20 year of experience in the world of leather. My inspiration is based on the shape of nature doing a work that clean where the design and the unique piece is the most important.

Sue Rosengard

Sue Rosengard
Chicago, IL
suerosengard.com

Silver, gold and black with pearls and stones – hand fabricated using pliers, mandrels. Less is more! It is more challenging to create designs using less material and complexities than more.

Rick Canham

Rick Canham
Of Visual Interest
Portland, OR
rickcanham.com

Medium format painterly impressions, each printed by the artist from the original negative, using traditional wet-darkroom techniques. No digital processes. Laminated glassless presentation.

Eric Lee

Eric Lee
Northbrook, IL
ericlee25.com

My digital artwork is contemporary abstract surreal design with vibrant color schemes in photo manipulation techniques to deliver unique artistic effects by using Photoshop and Illustrator.

Karina Llergo

Karina Llergo
Karina Llergo Art, Ltd
Northbrook, IL
karinallergosalto.com

I capture energy through the motion of the human body, turning figures into ethereal entities. I work with 25+ layers of oil glazes on canvas; alternative mediums 24k gold leaf, charcoal and acrylics.

Yoram Gal

Yoram Gal
Tel Aviv, Israel
yoramgal.com

Watercolor, gouache, pen and acrylic on paper and canvas, capturing fleeting moments of dramatic, comic and lyrical interactions between people. Juicifying landscapes from realism to abstract.

Sherri Thomas

Sherri Thomas
Larsen, WI
sherrithomas.com

I create artwork on canvas and panels using oil paint, pallet knives, and a variety of brushes. Focus on painterly realism of the landscape.

Lisa Slodki

Lisa Slodki
Chicago, IL
lisaslodkidesign.com

I form and hammer sterling and gold wire to create designs based on geometry and patterns in nature.

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Jackie Cohen

Jackie Cohen
Tarzana, CA
jackiecohenjewelry.com

Ancient blown glass fragments in their enchanting colorful patina and unusual shapes set in a contemporary style in Sterling Silver as objects, ceremonial connecting to with the past.

Hiroshi Ariyama

Hiroshi Ariyama
Ariyama Studio
Chicago, IL
ariyamastudio.com

My work is hand printed, limited edition screen printed images of Chicago and its neighborhood. I use water-base acrylic inks and archival 100% cotton acid free paper for quality and longevity.

Derek Christensen

Derek Christensen
Chicago, IL
derekchristensenart.com

My work is made from vintage license plates which are all hand-cut using tin snips and mounted onto handmade frames and panels.

David Moskow

David Moskow
Moskow Fine Arts
Evanston, IL
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I am a printmaker using the etching technique. My primary plate size is 5×7 inches. I also have larger plates that are 8×11 inches. I sell both sizes unmounted, matted or framed.

Christine Adele Moore

Christine Adele Moore
Bonita Springs, FL
christineadelearts.com

I use layers of paint and varnish to depict subconscious/symbolic images. My paintings are often representational but the layers express more than the meaning of the surface image.

Jason Brueck

Jason Brueck
Alter Images
Nashville, TN
alterimagesart.com

I create limited edition, fine art prints using a combination of personal and found images. They are then printed on hot-press paper stock with archival inks and a large-format printer.

Yuliya Wolf

Yuliya Wolf
Collaborator: Ari Wolf
Wolf Leathers
Hartford, WI
wolfleathers.com

Using oil-tanned leather from Milwaukee, WI we create one-of-a-kind products. We use hand & machine sewing, colorful stitching & zippers, and incorporate hide imperfections to create unique pieces.

Jacqueline Bevan

Jacqueline Bevan
Jewels Botanica
Round Lake Beach, IL
jacqueline-bevan.pixels.com

Collage created with multiple layers of paper, magazine text and acrylic paint. The backgrounds are paper; the birds are magazine text and acrylic paint; the branches are paper and mica flakes.

Joan Spohrer

Joan Spohrer
South Bend, IN
joanspohrerwatercolors.com

I combine light, value, and color with intangibles of memory and emotion, layering experience and purpose with each brushstroke. I paint to interpret memories in a re-imagined way.

Kevin Lucius

Kevin Lucius
Lucius Art
Naperville, IL
kevinlucius.com

I create digital collage art using a mix of hand drawn illustrations, images and textures. I then hand make wood block prints of the finished designs.

Jesse Rusk

Jesse Rusk
J Rusk Photography
Chicago, IL

Whether I am shooting with my Nikon D810, DJI Inspire 2, or Rolleiflex film camera, my aim is to capture and present the natural beauty of the world as it is, with minimal post-processing.

Greg Turco

Greg Turco
Jefferson, GA
turcophotography.com

This body of work begins with my photography of lines, textures, and shapes that are visually compelling. I then rearrange and reassemble the photos to create a completely original and distinct image.