Posts Tagged ‘Chicago Painter’

Mary Lou Zelazny

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Mary Lou Zelazny: Mary Lou Zelazny (b. 1956) is a native Chicagoian, and her work shares much of the humor often associated with Chicago painters, especially the Imagists. Her own work explores, “improvisations and…where my humor, discomfort, incomprehension, and pleasure can coexist. This indirect method appeals to [Zelazny] because of the unpredictability and technical demands Read more…

Timothy Vermeulen

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

Timothy Vermeulen: Timothy Vermeulen’s narrative paintings use the framework of famous pieces of literature to explore deeper issues around the self, the spiritual, and socioeconomic conflicts. Vermeulen’s theatrical vignettes “symbolize internal states, social conflicts, and past traumas…unsettling, disquieting circumstances that speak to the mysterious and contradictory nature of existence.” His most recent exhibition, at Packer Read more…