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

The Lee E. Dulgar Gallery

"Going Nuts" - 2015, Cast flax fiber, epoxy clay, acrylic medium, acrylic paint 36″ x 110″ x 84″“Plants, Pollen, Sun and Sci-fi”

An exhibition of art works by Victoria Fuller

Now through April 30th

Lecture/Reception: April 30th at 10:00 a.m.

Victoria Fuller is a Chicago sculptor, painter, and natural science illustrator. Her educational background includes studies at the San Francisco Art Institute, Parson’s Paris Program in Paris, France, and a graduate degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Fuller is best known for Shoe of Shoes, a large-scale shoe-shaped sculpture comprised of thousands of aluminum high-heels in front of Brown Shoe Company, and for her large scale sculpture, Canoe Fan, made from canoes forming a fan shape.

 

The Dorothea Thiel Gallery

“Dance Partners” mixed media by artist Linda Hoffhines“Studio Stories”

An exhibition of art works by Linda Hoffhines

March 1st through April 17th

Artist’s Reception: April 2nd from 1-2 p.m.

Linda Hoffhines was educated at Ohio State University, earning both Master of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees. She is currently a professional artist who has shown internationally and been extensively collected since the 1980’s. Her work is featured in books, galleries, private collections and museums. Originally trained in photography, painting and drawing, she fell in love with clay during the last year of her undergraduate BFA Degree. She later was an integral part of the Chicago Ceramics scene and a prominent member of Lill Street Studios, Chicago. Hoffhines is known for her Etruscan vase forms, ceramic mosaics, and color sense. More recently, her repertoire includes non-traditional mixed media and traditional painting.

The Photo-Four Gallery

"Silence" - a photograph by Tanya Kryder“Eclectically Yours, Tanya.”

An exhibition of photographs by Tanya Kryder

Now through April 4th

Closing Reception: Thursday April 4th at 12:30pm

Tanya Kryder is an Indiana based art photographer. Her work has taken her many different directions over the years, however, still life, constructed reality and experimental (alternative processes) are her dominate focus. Tanya began her love affair with the camera at a young age. She holds an AA in Fine Art Photography from Academy of Art University. She started her freelance career in 2009. She gained national recognition for her volunteer work with a project near and dear to her heart, focused on historic cemetery preservation. She worked on the project as the photographer, photo editor and graphic artist. This work would provide her with her first magazine spread.