Coming July 2021
Black and White World:
Ink Paintings by Emily Rapport
Down at the heel homes, corner stores, vacant lots, and construction sites share a strong sense of locality but also belong to a larger American landscape and culture. As we emerge from a year of isolation and loss we come face to face with ourselves – the schism between who we were and who we are is faceted, a shadow shifting along the edge of waking memory.
Pictured: Cardinal Liquors on Western, 9×12″, ink on Yupo paper, by Emily Rapport
Eat Paint Studio is a public gallery and the working studio of artist Emily Rapport. The gallery is committed to providing a safe, enjoyable, friendly and contemplative art viewing experience. Masks are required for entry, limit 6 guests per visit. If you would like to make an appointment, use our scheduling button or get in touch with us here.
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Featured: Work by Andrew Steiner
Andrew Steiner is a self-taught photographer whose dynamic black and white compositions intuitively find the “decisive moment”. Read more about Andrew’s recent show here.
Supporting Delilah’s Staff
Paintings of Chicago’s iconic haunt Delilah’s are on sale. 50% of all proceeds are donated to Delilah’s to help out staff while they remain closed. Or, you can donate any amount right now on their Go Fund Me Page.
Delilah’s isn’t the only bar or restaurant that needs help. Learn more and support your favorite local establishment via Chicago’s Service Relief website.