Art Galleries: Lee E. Dulgar, Dorothea Thiel, Photo-Four

The Lee E. Dulgar Gallery

Deer Skull polytope“Geometric Evolution”

The exhibition by the artist Brian Hofmeister.

Now through November 21, 2016

Closing Reception: Monday, November 21 at 1:00 p.m.

The exhibition “Geometric Evolution” is a retrospective show delineating the ongoing iteration of the artist’s creative output for the last five years. Starting with the most tangential references of mathematics and magic, to the more extensive exploration of the intersection of geometry and mysticism to finally combining techniques and themes to the classic portrait, the viewer can hopefully traverse a similar journey to Hofmeister’s.

The Dorothea Thiel Gallery

Untitled welded piece of steel“Remembering Joe”

A Memorial Exhibition of Art Works by Joseph “Joe” Rejholec

October 25 through November 22, 2016

Reception: Thursday, October 27th from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

The Art & Design Department of South Suburban College (SSC) is presenting a memorial exhibition of Art Works by Joseph “Joe” Rejholec – colleague, mentor, friend, artist and faculty member of South Suburban College. A friend and inspiration to many artists, Joe was born in Nyack, New York, He was part of the New York Art Students League, went to Syracuse University on a hockey scholarship for a semester, and later attended Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO, to study history where he became interested in pursuing art and earned a BA. He attended Northern Illinois University for his MA in Fine Art. Joe was our longtime Art & Design department chair, and a dedicated teacher and gallery director at South Suburban College for forty years. He was a tireless supporter of the arts who served on numerous arts panels and selection committees, and he was inspirational in the lives of many students and professionals. He resided in Crete, IL where he worked from his home studio until 2016.

The Photo-Four Gallery

There is no exhibit scheduled at this time.