Spirits of the Sand and Sea: George Klauba

Hofheimer Gallery: October Exhibit Opening Reception: Friday, October 8, 5 to 8pm Pictured above: George Klauba, Brothers of the Southern Cross, Acrylic on Panel, 16” x 24” Spirit Sailors roamed the dry sandy deserts of Australia, finding kinship with Aborigines through their tattoos and totems. They came from battles in the Pacific during WWII, their souls searching… Continue reading Spirits of the Sand and Sea: George Klauba

Hofheimer Gallery: No Space Between Us

Artists: Teresa James & Fred StonehouseDates: September 3 — 25, 2021Opening Reception: Friday, September 3, 5 to 8pm While Teresa James spent time secluded in the Wisconsin woods during the pandemic, she was inspired by a different kind of silence. She had read an article on how bird behavior had changed during this time, as noise pollution by… Continue reading Hofheimer Gallery: No Space Between Us

Hofheimer Gallery: Field Studies

Field Studies Steven Carrelli & Adam Fung June 5 — June 26, 2021 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 5, 1 to 4pm Field Studies is a drawing collaboration that began in 2011, when both artists lived in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Field Studies continues presently as a long-distance collaborative art project with Steven Carrelli residing in Chicago, Illinois and… Continue reading Hofheimer Gallery: Field Studies

Hofheimer Gallery: Bloom

Above: Nova Czarnecki, The Rescue of a Hummingbird, Oil on canvas, 48″x60″ Dates: April 3 — April 24, 2021 Opening Reception: Saturday, April 3, 1 to 4pm Artists: Nova Czarnecki, Judith Roston Freilich, George Klauba, Yulia Kuznetsova, Michael Noland, Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, Kathy Weaver Hofheimer Gallery, 4823 N Damen Ave., Chicago, IL 60625

Tim Lowly: Without Moving, Tondos

Above: Tim Lowly, Spinning, Acrylic, ink on paper, 40″x40″ Dates: February 5 — February 27, 2021 at Hofheimer Gallery Since she was born in 1985, Tim Lowly’s daughter Temma has figured increasingly prominently in his art. Over time he’s come to think of the work related to her as being an ongoing, multifaceted, yet singular project. A project that… Continue reading Tim Lowly: Without Moving, Tondos