Summer Pastimes, an exhibit of paintings and photography by Stephen Dinsmore, Joshua Jensen Nagle and Richard Kooyman is on view from July 1 - September 15, 2011
Anne Loucks Gallery is honored to have artwork included in the Lake Forest infant Welfare Society Showcase House. The Showcase House is open weekdays 9am- 2pm and weekends from 9am-4pm.
Artists feautred are: Larry Chait, Grace Cole, Douglass Freed, and Terry Miura
For information and tickets visit www.lakeforestshowcasehouse.com
Please Join us for the opening reception for the Jan Gauthier and John McCormick exhibit Friday, April 8th from 5 - 7 pm at 309 Park Avenue in Glencoe. John McCormick will be present at the opening.
The Gallery worked with with twenty-five children over the course of two days in our annual TVTO (TV Tuneout) oil painting workshop.
Congatulations to artist Stephen Dinsmore
His work will be featured in the Passages show at the William Havu Gallery in Denver Colorado along side artists: James Cook and Louis LaBrie Show dates: November 4, 2010 - January 1, 2011 To see other artists from the gallery, along with Stephen, check out William Havu's Artist page at:http://www.williamhavugallery.com/index.cgi?show=links
Our eighth annual summer salon show opens August 8, 2010 and will run through October 8, 2010. The show features paintings by Stephen Dinsmore, Tracey Adams, and Lisa Ridgers
An exhibition of Sally Michel Avery figurative and landscape paintings from the 60s and 70s opens at Anne Loucks Gallery in Glencoe, IL.
Saturday, May 15th: Anne Loucks Gallery in the west loop participated in the Fulton Market Neighborhood Walk, opening its doors for visitors new to the neighborhood to get a sense of the wonderful mix of art galleries, artist studios, boutiques, antique stores, cafes, and design studios that have settled among the Fulton Market food packing warehouses.
An exhibition of exciting new works by Stephen Dinsmore opens at Mark Gallery in Englewood, New Jersey.
Rodger Bechtold is a featured artist at Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek, WI.
An exhibition of new works by Sandra Russell and Tracey Adams opens at Anne Loucks Gallery in Chicago's west loop.
Melanie Parke is one of four artists included in the Emily Amy Gallery of Atlanta's The Feminine in Abstract Painting: New works by Cora Cohen, Melanie Parke, Kiki Slaughter, and Margie Stewart exhibition.
On January 8th,Sinning in LA showcased Arnor Bieldvedt's work in their online publication. Sandy Bottoms wrote: "[His work] is romantic and modern, possessing the unique quality of being able to fit into many different settings. The pieces could live in a bohemian, texture-full environment or could be the one splash of color in a minimalist space. The paintings are dynamic, seemingly simple at first glance but upon further study they become undoubtedly complicated and rich with multiple layers."
Sarah Faust's pieces in the gallery's Small Works exhibition receives a positive review in Newcity Art. Michael Weinstein writes:
"Chronicling her relationships with her severe-looking mother and her daughter, from pregnancy through the latter’s infancy and early childhood, Sarah Faust presents a psychodrama in clear yet muted color photographs that are dominated by the matriarch. There is not a crack of happiness in the succession of frames, not even when Faust puts herself in the picture, holding her child as mother checks out a cupboard. Faust crystallizes her feelings in a remarkable study of her mother—shot in profile—seated in a room, wearing a flowing dark dress and staring fixedly and sternly at a white curtain behind which Faust’s daughter stands with head bowed, ghostlike. Mother’s gaze is set above the little girl, indifferent to her presence. An abstract painting hangs on a wall in the background, and Faust has arranged her shot so that a blood-red serpentine line in the painting seems to be spewing from mother’s lips. There is a dimly lit knife on top of a dresser if viewers need any help to interpret."
"Return to the City,” a solo show of paintings by Terry Miura opens at Thomas Reynolds Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
"Images,” a solo show of paintings by Dennis Campay opens at Anne Loucks Gallery in the West Loop, Chicago, IL.
Darrell Roberts at the Chicago Art Examiner writes of the Stephen Dinsmore: New Paintings exhibition:
"Stephen Dinsmore's exhibition of selected paintings at Anne Loucks Gallery, Chicago is a refreshing surprise with a traditional mark of oil paint on canvas. Color and light is captured in small to medium size paintings, roughly 16"x20" to 24"x30". The looseness of the brush stroke and crispness of colors captures the ephemeral moment of time during the day. Interior spaces with the figure, exterior street scenes and the awe of nature are captured by his observational eye. Dinsmore's paintings have a historical devotion to the painters; Gwen John, Diebenkorn and the nightscapes of Whistler with the adherence to light as color. Anne Loucks Gallery has long been established in Glencoe and newly located a second gallery in the west loop gallery district at 1046 W. Fulton Market. A great space for traditional American painting."
Stephen Dinsmore at West Loop location
An exhibition of selected paintings by Nebraskan artist Stephen Dinsmore opens Friday, September 11th at the Anne Loucks Gallery's West Loop location. This collection of paintings, which hosts a wide-range of subects on canvases of varying sizes from small city scenes to medium-sized still-lifes and large landscapes, will be on display through October 21st, 2009.
And in case you missed the new location's last exhibition, a summer group show, there is no need to fret! We have kept a few examples of Mark Bowles, Eleanor Miller and Larry Chait's work up in the back of the gallery space!
Come visit us in Chicago at 1046 West Fulton Market!
Melanie Parke and Richard Kooyman were awarded a residency this September at the Heliker-Lahotan Residency Program on Great Cranberry Island, Maine. Great Cranberry Island is the largest of a group of five islands and sits off the southern shore of Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Parke.
Pegan Brooke exhibits recent work in three person show at the Friesen Gallery in Seattle.
The Anne Loucks Gallery's exhibition of Larry Chait's Motion and Memory photography series was reviewed in Newcity Art.
The Denver Art Museum Permanent Collection acquired Mark Bowles' painting Intersect.
Artist Dennis Campay’s book Emblems is released.
paintings will be exhibited in the show 'Paint as Subject' at Emily Amy Gallery, Atlanta, GA April 6 - May 24th.
Melanie Parke and Richard Kooyman: Paintings and Works on Paper Release
Terry Miura will be holding his Plein Air Workshop in Napa Valley, California from March 20 - 22nd.
Join us at the gallery Tuesday and Thursday, March 5th and 7th during TV Tune Out week for painting workshops for children ages 6 - 14. Please call the gallery to sign up.
Larry Chait has a new signed limited edition book available of 36 of photos from his "leaf decay" series.
Larry Chait has had 6 prints from his "Motion and Memory" series accepted into the Flat Files program at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis
John McCormick has been juried into " ARTS IN HARMONY 2009 " Fourteenth Annual National Juried Art Show in Elk River,MN. from February 9th to March 2009.
Eleanor Miller's paintings are showing as part of the exhibit Inaugurating Dreams at Amy Simon Fine Art in Westport, Connecticut January 10 - February 14th
Lisa Ridgers and James Shayopen at Anne Loucks Gallery (link to attached press release)
Dennis Campay's paintings are featured in Atlanta Style and Design Imaginative Montages
Douglass Freed and Leslie Wu at Anne Loucks Gallery September - November | Review
James Shay is featured in a solo show at Stremmel Gallery in Reno, Nevada September 5 - 29th
John McCormick's paintings are featured in a solo show Water Journeys, at Anne Reed Gallery August 28 - October 6th
A retrospective of Rodger Bechtold's work will be featured at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, July 8 - July 31st
Conratulations to Douglass Freed who recently completed a 108” x 320” riverscape for Emerson Electric's headquarters in St. Louis, MO.