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


The Lee E. Dulgar Gallery

No exhibit at this time.


The Dorothea Thiel Gallery


Olivia, 2020 – oil on canvas“Victoria Loeb–Paintings & Drawings”

An exhibition of artwork by Victoria Loeb

Now until further notice

Victoria Loeb was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1992 she met Argentine Artist Alicia Maffei, her first mentor in the arts, and worked as her Drawing Assistant from 1996 to 1999. She was accepted at the Fine Arts Institute Prilidiano Pueyrredon, receiving a Master’s Degree in Drawing. She has studied under Argentine Artist Miguel Ángel Bengochea, and later attended the studio of Contemporary Artist Eduardo Médici. Her artworks are exhibited in private and public collections in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Germany, and United States. She moved to Chicago in 2003. Loeb now primarily shows her work and teaches in the Chicago area, and for the last five years has established a studio in Evanston, Illinois.


The Photo-Four Gallery

Broken, Healed, Stronger, Better!! Photographs by Tara Gray on display at South Suburban College“Broken, Healed, Stronger, Better!!”

An exhibition of photographs by Tara Gray

Now through May 6th

Virtual Artist Talk: Monday, April 26th beginning 12:30 p.m. at There is no password required.

Vitrual Gallery: An online component with more images from the artist Tara Gray is available at THIS LINK. Click the “i” to get help with navigating.

My name is Tara Gray and I am the CEO of Feel This Moment Photography. It’s funny how life goes sometimes. After deciding grad school was not my cup of tea and trying to determine if I wanted to stay married, I was desperately looking for some joy in my life. As I was talking to a former co-worker about being miserable in grad school, I told her I wanted to buy a “real camera”. She simply said, “do it!” And so I did.

After getting the camera, I quickly figured I should get help with trying to understand how to operate it. Now while I’ve always taken pictures, I knew dealing with the “real camera” was going to take more than just my love for it. So I found a mentor. I suggest anyone that is trying to grow at something to do this!

Once I got the hang of how to use my camera, I starting getting all sorts of different gigs. Events, family sessions, weddings and eventually branding sessions.

My God-sister experienced a terrible injury. But she didn’t allow that to set her back. She used that injury to create a brand that has been so meaningful to her healing and her heart. I chose to feature her because I love helping to allow women to use their voice, to feel beautiful, and the help them feel unstoppable. We make complete art when we unite.

I hope you enjoy these pieces as much as we do.

If you would like to read about her injury and journey, please visit