Monday, June 15, 2015

Over the Rainbow Association show July 10

Very happy to announce that on July 10th, my work will be featured at the gallery of the Hill Arboretum at 2040 Brown Ave, Evanston, IL from 10:00am - 3:00pm. Show runs Monday - Friday through August 28th. Hope to see you there!


Tuesday, February 17, 2015

New Website Update!

I've recently uploaded many new prints to my main site and online store. Here's a sneak preview:







Upcoming Benefit Auctions

February 21st

The Black & White Ball
This event is the 35th annual Evening of Hope dinner, dance, and auction put on by the Women's Board of the Boys Hope Girls Hope of Illinois. Proceeds from this event go to support junior high and high school residential scholars, as well as college scholars.
Where: The Four Seasons Chicago, 120 E. Deleware, Chicago
When: February 21st, 2015, 6:30pm.













MAY 21st

The HOPE Benefit Auction
This show and auction is a benefit put on by the Women's HIV Program at the Infectious Disease Center at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and organized by the HOPE Board.
Where: Floating World Gallery, 1925 North Halstead, Chicago
When: May 21, 2015, 5:30pm - 8:00pm. Valet parking is available.




Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Handmade for the Holidays


The Illinois Artisans Program selected me as the Highlight Artisan this year!
Wednesday December 10th through Friday December 12th, 2014




Saturday, November 29, 2014

25th Annual Small Print Show

The 25th Annual Small Print Show

Opening Reception: Saturday and Sunday, December 6 & 7, 2014, 11a - 7p


There will also be shirts, cards, books, posters and other DIY items by the printmakers.



Saturday, November 15, 2014

Suite Prints Exhibition - Christopher Art Gallery


I am honored to have been selected for the juried show, "Suite Prints," an exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative at the Prairie State College Art Gallery.

The Christopher Gallery is on the campus of Prairie State College.

Chicago and Big Shoulders

O'Malley's work evokes the iron and concrete soul of the city with colorful swathes of life along the lake. His prints are a remarkable study of the "Big Shoulders" of the Midwest, and a breathtaking window into the dreams of the architects, engineers, urban planners, and citizens that made it happen.