Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Spring 2014 New Work

The last few months have been devoted to new etchings of Chicago that are shown below and represent two views of the skyline at Oak Street and Michigan Avenue. 

One depicts the Gold Coast with the Drake Hotel, the Hancock building and the 1000 North Lake Shore Drive building. This 6" x 8" aquatint etching honors the 50th Anniversary of the 1000 Lake Shore Association and is plate number 140.
The second etching is another view of the Gold Coast location at Oak Street and Michigan Avenue and is my plate no. 139 measuring 4" x 3".
Plate No.140   6" x 8"  hand coloring on gray paper
Price $250

Plate No. 139  4" 3"  hand coloring
Price $175





As the Chicago sailing weather improves so shall the sailors attitude  and I remind you of the Chicago Sailng scene at Belmont Harbor in my etching "the skyline from Belmont Harbor 'no me dough'"  plate no. 106 priced at $200.
Chicago Architectural Foundation Headquarters

My note cards depicting various Chicago Skylines are now sold at the Chicago Architectural Foundation sales office at 224 South Michigan Avenue at Jackson.

These card eight card sets have one or four Chicago images and sell for $16 per set.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Fund Raising Events that I support

Boys and Girls Hope of Illinois  

   Saturday February 22

"A Great Gatsby Gala"

   Dinner Dance 

at the Four Seasons Chicago

Elisa Kline  847 920 2783

www.chicagobhgh.org


One Inspired Evening by 

Inspiration Cafe in Uptown

Friday March 7

Art Auction and Dinner

at the Plumber's Hall

1340 West Washington, Chicago

6-10 pm

www.inspirationkitchens.org 

 

 

HOPE Art Auction and Benefit 

 May 8

Art Auction   

6 - 8pm  

at Floating World Gallery   1925 North Halsted    Chicago 

Benefits the Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Women's HIV Program and treatment for HIV and AIDS 

www.hope-chicago.org

 

Friday, January 24, 2014

New Images

14"x 14"   Relief  Print  $360 Framed






12"x 16" Artist Proof Hand Colored $430 Framed


8" x 10" Etching with Hand Coloring  $200 Framed


Filling the Atrium with Art - January 27, 2014

ILLINOIS ARTISANS PROGRAM and the ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM

JAMES R. THOMPSON CENTER 100 W. RANDOLPH ST
CHICAGO, IL 60601 312-814-1794


Atrium Exhibition: January 27-31, 2014
9am-5pm Daily

Filling the Atrium with Art

Meet the Artisans. Each day between 10am- 4pm, Artisans featured in the exhibition will be on hand demonstrating their technique and answering questions.

On Thursday January 30th , mingle with the artisans in the exhibition during our Opening Reception from 4pm-6pm, Atrium & 2nd Floor Illinois Artisans, Chicago.

Exhibition Features:

Barbara Beckman, Glass   Doug Boehm, Photography   Tammy Deck, Fiber   Bronwyn Elkuss, Fiber   Lisa Goesling, Scratchboard   Carole Hennessy, Watercolor   Sarah Kaiser, Painting   Gina Lee Robbins, Ceramics   Tina Leto, Photography   Dennis O’Malley, Intaglio   Beth Shadur, Painting   Debra Paulson, Photography   Ann Primack, Ceramic   Katie Puenner, Painting   Barbara Raidl, Silk Screen   Linda Roxe, Photography   Carl Vogtmann, Photography   Nina Weiss, Painting
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Illinois Artisans, a not-for-profit endeavor, is a showcase for art work created by the state's finest artisans. It provides an ongoing opportunity to view and purchase the best designed and crafted traditional, contemporary, ethnic and folk art made in Illinois. Illinois Artisans, Chicago

100 W. Randolph, James R. Thompson Center Ste. 2-200, 312-814-5321, Monday - Friday 9 - 5.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Artisan Market Streeterville 2013

I am delighted to be participating in the

Artisan Market Streeterville 2013

                 Saturday, November 9, 10a-5p

                 Sunday, November 10, 10a-4p

Lurie Research Center of Northwestern University 303 East Superior, Chicago, IL

Handmade and homemade, everything you’ll see at the fifth Artisan Market Streeterville, sponsored by SOAR, the Streeterville Organization of Active Residents, is created with affection, high standards of accomplishment—and the stamp of authenticity guaranteed by a panel of professionals. Whatever you see, taste, take home and give as gifts is a treasure you can trust to be distinctive. Follow us on Pinterest


Discount parking at 321 E. Erie

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Beverly Arts Center Competition

I am thrilled to announce that my piece The Red Chair at 5 O'Clock has been accepted into the 37th Annual Beverly Arts Center Competition.  This aquatint etching is framed to 20" x 16".


37th Annual Beverly Art Competition and Exhibit

Exhibition Dates: November 8, 2013 - January 5, 2014


The Bevery Arts Center is a wonderful community gallery and art center.

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.