GALLERY PROGRAMMING // SPRING 2022

Music and Art

Eat Paint Studio pairs sound and vision with one-night only free concerts featuring local musicians. Selected to compliment a current exhibit, each musician transforms our gallery space (and perception of art) through performance and engages our audience in new ways. Past performers include: Gary Camaro, RB Green, Material, and Bo Whang.


Friday, May 20, 7:30PM – FREE!

Lou Heneise

Lou Heneise is an American singer, songwriter with roots in the city of Chicago, the rolling farmland of the midwest, and the Bible Belt of the South. All of which can be heard influencing her Electro-Acoustic-Folk-Americana EP Trial & Error.

Visit: https://louheneise.com/

From our recent exhibition of photographs by Andrew Steiner, “Available Light”.

Covid-19 Update

Masks are welcome but not required during regular gallery hours. We may still choose to require masks for larger events and gatherings.

The gallery is committed to providing a safe, enjoyable, friendly and contemplative art viewing experience. Private appointments are welcome!

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Oil painting of Ravenswood building site.
Ravenswood Loft Office Space Available, oil on canvas, 26 x 30″ by Emily Rapport

Emily Rapport

Inspired by the urban landscape of Chicago, I paint vacant lots, El tracks, neighborhood houses, fast food restaurants, and construction sites. These ordinary scenes share a strong sense of locality but also belong to a larger American landscape and culture.

View available work by Emily Rapport.

Two Moons, 40 x 28″, oil on linen, by Leo Kogan

Leo Kogan

Animals, fascists, hipsters, aliens, primordial ooze and other characters are repeating motifs in Leo’s surreal, psychedelic and philosophical paintings and drawings.

Leo Kogan He currently lives and works in Amsterdam.

View available work in our shop.

Late afternoon shadows, black + white archival inkjet print by Andrew Steiner

Andrew Steiner

A self-taught photographer, Andrew learned his craft from his father and through avid reading and study of photographers like Andre Kertesz, Robert Frank, Bruce Davidson, and others. About his own work Andrew says, “I try not to approach my subjects with preconceived ideas of what I will see. I let the moment tell the story.”

Work by Andrew is available for purchase here.

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