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

The Lee E. Dulgar Gallery

No exhibit at this time.


 

The Dorothea Thiel Gallery

“Doorways to Magic and the Moon”“Goddess Guide Us – Divine Feminine Intervention”

An exhibition of artworks by Jessica Ann Wagner

October 24th – November 15th

Artist’s Reception and Lecture: Thursday, October 31st in Room 4340 at 1:00 p.m.

Jessica Wagner, an SSC alumna, is an artist living and working in Chicago, Illinois. She received her BFA in Painting from the University of Illinois at Chicago and her MFA in Visual Arts from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Ceremony is an important aspect of her artwork and they are often performed prior to the creation of her work to bring forth goddess energies. Her work explores her relationship to the Divine Feminine and the magical inner workings of the cosmos. Jessica has exhibited in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. You can see more of her work at jessicaawagner.com.


 

The Photo-Four Gallery

“Jordan Scott Photo Exhibition”

An exhibition of photographs by Jordan Scott

Now through through November 20th

Closing Reception: November 20th at 12:30 pm.

Jordan Scott grew up in Skokie, Illinois. He received a Chicago Photography Academy Certificate in 2015 and a BA from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Growing up a fan of the vintage, the unusual and the seedy, nearby a business district extending roughly a mile in all directions from the corners of Peterson and Lincoln Avenues, the offbeat and out of place style of architecture on Peterson and the unfashionable motels on Lincoln hold a special place. On close consideration, these buildings are beautifully out of time and place. These now squalid and crime ridden rest stops (several offering hourly rate options) were once considered family friendly and modern. It’s just a matter of time before the city or local community groups demand their demolition, or the current owners finally sell for redevelopment. Scott decided to document some of these idiosyncratic structures before the inevitable occurs.