Chicago area fine art exhibition in the northwest suburbs. Submit paintings, drawings, mixed media, ceramics, fiber art, sculpture, metal. Contact Kathleen & Joe at submissions@culturea for details. 
The Artists:
Adam & Eve is a 5-week group fine art exhibition showcased in the Old Court House Arts Center located in Woodstock, IL. This exhibition examines the themes of beauty, relationship, innocence & the loss of it. 

The exhibit will be in the Old Courthouse Arts Center, located on Woodstock's historic square, NW of Chicago. You may recognize the square from the film Groundhog Day. 

This is a national exhibition featuring figurative nude works, landscapes and other work relating to beauty, innocence, relationship and the loss of it.

Opening Night Reception: Saturday, Jan 28, 6:00-9:00 pm

The exhibition will be open January 28 - Feb 25
Gallery hours are Thursday - Saturday: 11:00am -5:00 pm, Sunday: 1:00-5:00 pm 
Free Admission to the gallery. Artwork is available for purchase

Old Courthouse Arts Center
101 N. Johnson St
Woodstock, IL 60098

This show is curated by J + K Isacson in partnership with the Old Courthouse Arts Center. Find out details about J + K Isacson and other shows at:

For weekly show hours and more information on the the Old Courthouse Arts Center, visit their website: To purchase artwork from the exhibition, stop by or call them at 815-338-4525.

Visit the opening night Facebook event page.

NW Herald online article covering the Adam & Eve exhibition.

About the Show:

Marianne Albers McKoveck
Mary Brennan
Patricia Brutchin
Dorothy Bury Shaw
Lisa Callahan
Michael Coakes
Diana Floress
Carol Hamilton
Lori Indovina-Valus
Joe Isacson
Amalia Kouvalis
Kurt Kreissl
Laura Lein-Svencner
Cindy Lesperance
Gabriela Leyva

Richard Light
Marquis Moses Okpeyowa
Vince Natale
Didier Nolet
Teresa Parod
Lonni Peterson
Paul Pinzarrone
Jennifer Schneck
Karen Schuman
Jeffrey Sevener
Craig Stocks
Kathleen Sullivan Isacson
Robert Tolchin

Adam & Eve: Reconcile (detail) - Jenny Schneck
Flying Dream by Didier Nolet
No. 626 - Kurt Kreissl
Little Bird by Lisa Callahan
Smokey Mountain Spring, Cucumber Trail - Marianne Albers McKoveck
Skin Deep - Robert Tolchin
Fallen Angel - Patricia Brutchin
Roger's Journey - Teresa Parod
Old Court House Arts Center
Woodstock, IL

The center is located on historic Woodstock square, which you may recognize as the setting of the film, Groundhog Day
Header includes images from (L to R)
Patricia Brutchin, Didier Nolet, Vince Natale