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 arts.com for details. 
The Dangerous Artists:
About the Show:
Dangerous Lullabies is a group fine art exhibition that explores the curious allure of things that frighten us. Artists from across the country have conspired to fill a historic mansion with paintings, sculptures and fine art creations which examine the beauty found in the ashes of terror and the magnetic pull of things that are disturbing, on-edge or dark. 

The exhibit will be at Crystal Lake’s Lakeside Arts Park in the Dole Mansion, an intricately detailed 1800’s building, which is rumored to be haunted. 

Opening night: 1st Friday, October 5, 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Exhibition runs Oct 5 - Oct 23. Gallery hours 9-5 M-F.  
Lakeside Arts Park at the Dole 
401 Country Club Road, Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Tours available upon request. Contact us to make arrangements.

This show is curated by J + K Isacson in partnership with the Lakeside Legacy Arts Park. Find out details about the Dangerous Lullabies show, current calls for artists and other exhibitions atxculturearts.com

For weekly show hours and more information on the LAP, visit their website: LakesideLegacy.org

Best in show prize sponsored by Reprographics Imaging & Art Supplies
Heading image by John French
Bachman
Beckway
Bemel Iron Moccasin
Bess
Carey
Carlson
Cashon
Coakes
Corbett
Feingold
French
Houser
Isacson​
Janssen


Additional Opening Night element will highlight creations by Day of the Dollies​

Opening Night performance by David Barsotti.

King
Kouvalis
Kuba Rodey
Lampkin
Leyva
LooseArrow
Parada
Rail
Raymond
Rende
Schneck
Sharp
Sullivan Isacson
Tannenbaum
Witz


An outside view of the historic Dole mansion

Photo by Marcy Kennedy Anderson
Machina Sapien II - John French
View of Dangerous Lullabies II 2016 (West room) Work shown by Karl Jahnke & Jennifer Cronin.
Worse For Wear - David Fiengold
Dark Night of the Soul - Jeremy Lampkin
Sorrow - Michael Coakes
The Liar's Tongue - Richard Houser
Shot from opening night Oct 2015

Photo by Josie Mintz
Morbid Curiosity - Casey King
Zombie Haiku - William Carey