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.
Naming the Unspoken explores the inexplicable connection between image and word, and will focus on artwork with a strong potential narrative.
Writers have created poems and written pieces inspired by the artwork included in this exhibition, which will be displayed next to the visual pieces that inspired them.
Like artists, writers through the ages have sought to express the part of human existence that is completely non-verbal, including art. This exhibition is about the common human desire to communicate the unspoken, and to verbalize what we experience and see, even when it seems that no words can be found.
Poetry Night & Open Mic: Monday, November 19, 7:00 pm
Writers will read their poems from the show - bring your own poems to read for open mic or join us to listen surrounded by the artwork that inspired the writing.
Admission is free. Cash Bar Available.
Exhibition runs through November 19. Gallery hours 9-5 M-F.
Lakeside Arts Park at the Dole
401 Country Club Road, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
This show is curated by J + K Isacson in partnership with the Lakeside Legacy Arts Park. Find out details about this show, current calls for artists and other exhibitions at: xculturearts.com For weekly show hours and more information on the LAP, visit their website: LakesideLegacy.org
Heading image by Alan Thomas
Joel Armstrong, JudyArvidson, Bryam Bueno, Leisa Corbett, Carrie Dodt, David Feingold, Kathleen Sullivan Isacson, Rachel Hanson,
Fae Lynch, Robert Kelsey, Paula Long, Jessica Smit Mattingly,
Ryan Mucha, Frederich Walter Nitsch, Ron Orist,
Teresa Parod, Rebecca Nerad Pearce, Deanna Persson,
Harold Rail, Kimberly Kuba Rodey, Jenny Schneck, Karen Schuman,
Dawn Shekut, Patricia Robinson Stolarski, Alan Thomas, Katherine Weber
Jan Bosman, William Carey, J. Rubric Corvus, P.C. Donofrio,
Alison Easler, Ivan Ewert, Kathleen Sullivan Isacson,
Danny Mitchell, Patrick Nottingham, Sue Rekenthaler,
Dorothy Bury Shaw, Alex Shapiro, Diana Smith