Nov 23, 2012

Cornelia Arts Holiday Show & Sale Nov 30-Dec 2



25th Annual Cornelia Arts Building 
Holiday Show & Sale 
Cornelia Arts Building 
1800 W. Cornelia, Chicago, IL 
Free opening reception 
Friday, Nov. 30th, 6 - 9 PM. 
Show continues 
Saturday Dec. 1, 11 - 5 PM.
Sunday,  Dec. 2, 11 - 5 PM.

This holiday season savvy art lovers won’t want to miss the 25th Annual Cornelia Arts Building Holiday Show & Sale which showcases original art and hand-made gifts in the Roscoe Village neighborhood. This juried event features artists and artisans in all mediums, from soap to sculpture, perfect for holiday shopping.
 
The Cornelia Arts Building Holiday Show will feature a wide variety of fine art mediums including paintings, drawings, ceramic mural tiles, printmaking, and sculpture. Hand-made fine crafts will include fiber arts, ceramics, glass, jewelry in a wide range of styles, hand-made soap and holiday ornaments. Perfect gifts for giving, or for giving to yourself.

“We work hard every year to produce a show with a great range of media, artistic expression, and price points,” says artist and co-chair Judy Zeddies. “The items in this show will make fabulous gifts for almost anyone’s budget,” adds metalsmith and co-chair Pam Robinson. “Plus many of the artists are new to this event, so that makes it more exciting for our repeat patrons.”

The Cornelia Arts Building Holiday Show & Sale and sale takes place at the Cornelia Arts Building, located at 1800 W. Cornelia. It is located west of the Metra tracks on Ravenswood, one block south of Addison and two blocks east of Damen, and a short two blocks south of the Addison Brown Line train stop. 

Opening reception Friday, November 30th, from 6 to 9 PM. 
Show continues Saturday and Sunday, December 1st & 2nd, from 11 AM to 5 PM. Admission is free.

Nov 1, 2012

Cornelia Arts Bldg. Pre-holiday Open Studios: Nov. 16th, 6 - 10 pm


Missed their October Open House? Came but missed getting the piece you fell in love with? Take the opportunity to return this November 16th for the next Open Studios Event, featuring new guest hallway artists, new artwork by resident artists, and visit several working art studios not previously open in October!
 
November III - sculpture by Jason Messinger
Cornelia Arts Building 
Pre-Holiday 
November Open Studios
Friday, November 16th
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM 

Where Art Works
1800 W. Cornelia, Chicago
entrance on Ravenswood

Autumn Reflection 1 - Oil Painting by Paul Callahan
Continuing the celebration of 25 years in operation, the Cornelia Arts Building hosts it’s Third Annual Pre-Holiday November Open Studios - featuring paintings, photography, jewelry, sculpture, tile murals, prints, drawings, textiles, ceramics, and other unique gifts.

Peculiarities No 7 - mixed media collage by Fraser Taylor

The Cornelia Arts Building is one of the largest all-artist-studio buildings on Chicago's Northside, straddling the border of three distinct Chicago Neighborhoods; Lakeview, Roscoe Village, and Ravenswood/North Center. Take this unique opportunity to visit artists on two full floors of working artist studios in this former ice-house. Over 45 local artists and artisans work here. Enjoy the new interior building improvements, and two special featured hallway guest artist exhibitions: Paul Callahan and Randy Darnell. 

Morton Arboretum - Oil painting by Paul Callahan
Over thirty resident and guest artists are involved in this unique event, including: Doug Birkenheuer, Jeff Bryner, Paul Callahan, Nancy Charak, Katherine Chial, Randy Darnell, Tor Dettwiler, Beth Kahmi, Reed Kirst, Basia Krol, Jason Messinger, Greg Milne, Ahavani Mullen, Matt Nichols, James Parenti, Darrell Roberts, Randi Russo, Judy Schumacher, Susanne Siegel, Scott Simons, Keith Sklar, Tiffany Strontsky, Kevin Swallow, Fraser Taylor, Eric Weinstein, Joey Wozniak, and more!
Oscar Wilde - Oil painting by Joey Wozniak

The November Open Studio event is free to the general public!
Close to public transportation, free parking available!

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The Gift - Acrylic Paint on Wood, Jeremiah Ketner
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