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    Descriptive info: About WCA.. MISSION: The mission of the Women s Caucus for Art is to create community through art, education, and social activism.. NEXT..

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    Descriptive info: Suzanne Keith Loechl and Robin Riggs: Observing American Culture.. January 17 - February 27, 2014.. For a larger view and/or more information, click on the thumbnails below:.. About the Artists.. Suzanne Keith Loechl.. was born in England and moved to the United States as a young child.. Growing up she had opportunity to experience many places including the English countryside, New York, Washington DC, London and Central Illinois.. This unique multicultural upbringing is a source of inspiration for Suzanne.. She is particularly drawn to cultural patterns and human behavior in a variety of settings.. She explores the contemporary landscape, at times depicting it laced with organic and spiritual patterning.. In the pursuit of helping create a more peaceful world of coexistence, Suzanne is a part on One Spirit Learning Alliance in NYC.. Her study of Eastern and Western religions and indigenous spiritual practices also inform her work.. Suzanne holds an undergraduate (with a minor in art) and master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the Virginia Tech and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign respectively.. She lives Champaign, Illinois with her husband and two children.. Robin Riggs.. has always been interested in food.. After spending a sabbatical year with her family in Rennes, France, she had the opportunity to experience a culture that views food in a different way  ...   of nature, either implied or absent, with de-natured aspects of American society.. Loechl does this through her observations of contemporary American space.. Riggs playfully examines the processed and packaged food culture.. Loechl believes the landscape and the built environment have evoked a sense of place and identity throughout history because they evolved within a local and regional framework.. But much of the contemporary landscape is made up of predictable architecture and land use design dominated by national chains and trends.. Drawing from her background as a landscape architect, she examines how people live, work and play in these environments.. She is especially curious about the psychological effects that these spaces have on the individual.. Riggs bases her work on America’s increasing disconnect from nature through what we eat.. Through her re-creation of the food pyramid and development of hybrid food types, she pokes fun at brightly colored, lusciously appealing food industry products.. While fresh fruits and vegetables are intentionally absent from Riggs images, she constantly questions how this new diet of artificial flavors and colors has become part of the collective subconscious.. Loechl and Riggs works complement one another because of their mutual interest in the human made culture, yet their explorations come from two uniquely different perspectives.. For more information visit.. www.. suzannekeithloechl.. com.. and.. irenerobinriggs..

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    Descriptive info: Elizabeth Jonasson.. Vibe Spinner.. bronze, glass, light.. 7.. 25 x7.. 25 x7.. NFS.. PREVIOUS..

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    Descriptive info: Jean Davey Winter.. Keep Off the Grass.. patchwork, photo transfer images.. 18 x18 x4.. 3rd Prize Winner..

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    Descriptive info: Fujiko Isomura.. Journey Within.. ink, acrylic, ink jet print,metal leaf.. 27.. 5 x17.. 650.. 1st Prize Winner..

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    Descriptive info: The Story of Veranda.. 13.. 5 x10.. SOLD..

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    Descriptive info: Robin McCauley.. Hair Shoes.. satin shoes, hair.. 39 x37 x9.. 1800..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery - Exhibitions
    Descriptive info: This section of the Woman Made Exhibitions requires a frames and tables capable browser.. If you see this text, your browser is out of date.. Please visit.. Netscape.. or.. Microsoft.. to download a frames enabled browser.. Thanks for visiting..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery - Exhibitions
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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Solo Shows Archive
    Descriptive info: GROUP SHOWS:.. ARCHIVE.. INVITATIONALS:.. Cathy.. Heno Suffel.. SOLO - INVITATIONAL ARCHIVE.. Past Invitationals.. Following the suggestions of our Executive Advisor, Judy Chicago, Woman Made Gallery began the Invitational program.. It includes exhibitions by individual artists who share a larger body of work, and group exhibitions at WMG or offsite that are special curating projects.. Starting these webpages with only a few images per show, we have increased the amount to up to 15 images per exhibition.. Our intention is to 'complete the past' and include as many images as we can retrieve for all exhibition listed here.. Please click on any of the show titles to view the exhibition.. 'Talking Heads,' pigment, charcoal, ink, tea on plaster by Judith Schubert Mullen from her 2006 solo show 'Frescos Et Al.. '.. [.. 2014.. |.. 2013.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. 2003.. 2002.. 2001.. 2000.. 1999.. ].. Michele Fitzsimmons at the Art Institute.. with Photography by Diane J.. Schmidt.. Imaging + Printing: Peter Jones.. September 6 - October 24, 2013.. Brenna Conley-Fonda: A Way of Closing My Eyes.. July 12 - August 22, 2013.. Robin Hustle.. Kay Hartmann: What s wrong with this picture?.. May 10 - June 20, 2013.. In the Green.. March 20 - April 22, 2013.. Allison Svoboda - Mandalas.. March 1 - April 25, 2013.. Kathryn Gauthier - Object as Subject.. Northern Trust: Celebrating Black History Month and Women s History Month.. February 1 - March 28, 2013.. February 1 - March 28, 2013.. Exquisite Uterus Project.. January 18 - February 21, 2013.. Julia Ris - The Julia Set: Working the Angles.. Artisan Gallery Invitational 2012.. December 1 - 23, 2012.. 20 Years Strong: Women Working in Clay.. November 9 - December 23, 2012.. State of G/Race.. In Celebration of Sapphire & Crystals 25th Anniversary.. WMG @ SOFA CHICAGO 2012.. November 2 - 4, 2012.. 20 Neighborhoods Project.. October 5 - 31, 2012.. Mary Stoppert: Reliquaries: A Matter of Measure.. August 24 - September 27, 2012.. 20th Anniversary Exhibition: 20 Jurors.. July 13 - August 16, 2012.. M.. E.. Ware: Ritual Regalia for Contemporary Living.. May 4 - June 21, 2012.. Sarah Hahne: Metta: A New Look at the 4 Rs of Consumer Waste.. May 4 - June 21, 2012.. Kaitlin Kostus: The One Who Rises.. March 2 - April 26, 2012.. Claudia Kleefeld: Patterns of Nature: The Spiral and Interconnectedness.. Alexandria Eregbu: A(ph)FRODITE.. January 20 - February 23, 2012.. Betsy Odom: Gentlewoman.. Artisan Gallery Invitational.. December 1 - 23, 2011.. Ulli Rooney: New Works.. November 4 - December 22, 2011.. Kathleen Waterloo: Minim.. Maria Gaspar: All That Also Means To See.. September 9 - October, 27, 2011.. Mary King: War Stories.. September 9 - October 27, 2011.. Ruby Thorkelson: Bodily Functions.. July 8 - August 18, 2011.. Sandra Perlow: New Works.. May 6 - June 30, 2011.. Ruth Eckstein: Ha aretz Ha tova.. Priti Gulati Cox: Stree Jaati (Community of Women).. March 4 - April 28, 2011.. Outside America.. January 21 - February 24, 2011.. Artisan Gallery Invitational 2010.. December 1 - 23, 2010.. Arterial Space at.. Salvage One.. October 7 - 31, 2010.. After Adelita: Myths, Heroes, and Revolutionaries.. September 10 - October 28, 2010.. Constance DeMuth Berg: Seeing in a New Way (1925-2011).. Laura Kina: Sugar.. Her Way With Print: Printmaking and Experimental Print Works by Six Chicago Artists.. July 9 - August 26, 2010.. Fran Bull: In Flanders Fields.. Deborah Bryan: Aviculture.. May 7 - July 1, 2010.. Karen Bondarchuk: Crow Magnus.. Judithe Hernandez: What Dreams May Come.. March 5 - April 22, 2010.. Pamela Callahan: This is My River.. Laurel Delaney: Myth - Illogical.. November 20 - December 23, 2009.. Beatrice Fisher: A Retrospective - 1939-2009.. October 16 - November 12, 2009.. Pritika Chowdhry: Remembering the Crooked Line.. September 4 - October 10, 2009.. Crisanta de Guzman: “We’re  ...   Primary.. April 6 - May 17, 2007.. Roberta Reb Allen: Look at Me.. Joyce Owens: Black, White and Colored.. March 2 - 29, 2007.. ATYL: JUST CitRUX.. Marcia Grubb and Ann Berg: From Sham to Shame.. January 19 - February 22, 2007.. Robin Malpass & Suzanne Shafer Wilson.. Metal & Plastic - the Power of Patterns.. November 24 - December 23, 2006.. Barbara Aubin: Personal Symbols of Age.. October 6 - November 9, 2006.. Helen Redman: Aging Into Full Creativity.. Rhonda Gushee: Role Model.. September 1 - 28, 2006.. Pamela Callahan: The Unseeable Animal.. Lisa Merida-Paytes: Not For Human Consumption.. July 28 - August 24, 2006.. Selene Sepsey Grimes: Waxing Silent.. Suzanne Keith Loechl: Ordinary Landscape.. June 23 - July 20, 2006.. Judith Schubert Mullen: Frescos Et Al.. Judy Cooperman: Visions of Beauty.. May 19 - June 15, 2006.. Bobbi Meier: Monsters in My Garden.. April 7 - May 11, 2006.. Volunteer Exhibition: From There to Here.. March 3 - March 30, 2006.. Jody Magrady: Soul Tree.. January 20 - February 23, 2006.. Karen Hanmer: Crossing the Divide.. Black, White and Blues - Founding members of Sapphire and Crystals.. October 7 - November 10, 2005.. Paperwork - 5 Women Invitational.. September 2 - 29, 2005.. Whitney Lee: Trashy.. June 24 - July 21, 2005.. Corinne D.. Peterson: Journey to Now.. May 20 - June 16, 2005.. Alice Revelski: Dolls as Heroes.. January 21 - February 24, 2005.. Fabrications - Invitational - 3 Women Exhibition.. October 8 - November 11, 2004.. Melanie Deal: Uniforms and Uniformity.. September 3 - 30, 2004.. Sung-eun Lee: Time Regained.. June 25 - July 22, 2004.. Ilse Bolle: Connections: Fiber Constructions.. May 21 - June 17, 2004.. Heidi Kellner: Lost & Stolen.. April 2 - May 13, 2004.. Defining Moments: A Journey through the Decades.. February 27 - March 25, 2004.. Mary Ellen Croteau: War Games.. January 23 - February 19, 2004.. Amy Stacey Curtis: Please Start Here.. October 17 - November 11, 2003.. Joyce Owens: Layers, Levels and Lives.. September 5 - October 12, 2003.. Jere Van Syoc: Drive-By Art.. June 27 - July 24, 2003.. Kathleen Waterloo: Fused.. May 23 - June 19, 2003.. Ann Starr: Normal/Abnormal: Bodies & Minds.. January 24 - February 20, 2003.. Jillian Miles: Images Uncut.. October 18 - November 14, 2002.. Leah Oates: Paradura Two.. September 13 - October 10, 2002.. Mayte Gonzales Diaz: Firsts.. June 28 - July 25, 2002.. Fujiko Isomura: My Story.. May 24 - June 20, 2002.. Janet Bloch: The Power of the Unseen.. April 5 - May 16, 2002.. Rosemary Luckett: In the Name of the Father - Religion and Repression.. January 18 - February 21, 2002.. Judith Anderson: Bone Woman.. October 12 - November 8, 2001.. Ayu Tomikawa: Returning to Zero.. September 7 - October 4, 2001.. Sarah Hauser: Listening to the Animals.. June 22 - July 26, 2001.. Colette Copeland: Abortion Stories.. May 18 - June 14, 2001.. Lois Keller & Rachel Weaver: Visual Conversations.. April 6 - May 10, 2001.. Maureen Burdock: The Womb is a Bunker: An Exploration of Cellular Memory.. January 19 - February 22, 2001.. Sharon Guy: Breast-Alert.. October 13 - November 10, 2000.. Anne Elizabeth: Tortured Souls.. September 8 - October 5, 2000.. Mary King: Girls Do It.. June 23 - July 29, 2000.. Nazare Feliciano: Breaking Bread.. April 7 - May 12, 2000.. Donna Schudel: Snow White Rose Red.. 21 - Feb.. 25, 2000.. Lisa Cargill: Archetypes.. January 21 - February 25, 2000.. Mary Ellen Croteau: Mercy.. October 15 - November 12, 1999.. JungHo Ahn and JyHyun Kim: So What.. October 1 - 13, 1999.. Pamela Callahan: What is True.. September 10 - 30, 1999.. Dian Sourelis: Shrines for our Fathers.. May 21 - June 18, 1999.. Elizabeth Harms: In My Study.. April 9 - May 14, 1999.. May 08, 2012.. Site Design & Maintenance by..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Calendar - Workshops
    Descriptive info: Judith.. Anderson.. W O R K S H O P S.. Periodically Woman Made Gallery offers constructive workshops to assist artists with their professional development.. These workshops are led by professionals to serve artists who are at different levels in their careers.. Past workshops included information about quality slides and digital files, tips for a successful resume and artist statement, pricing and presentation of your artwork, packaging and shipping your work, approaching galleries, good website design and valuable resource information.. We have also added workshops that teach artists the basics about computers, including digital files and emails.. Through these programs WMG has helped participants clarify and reach goals such as obtaining grants and residencies, solo shows and gallery representation.. Women artists who are members of the Gallery may participate in our "Her Group" sessions that take place every fourth Sunday of the month.. At various times of the year guest artists are invited to address different topics of interest.. Please click on the workshop headlines and other opportunities listed below for details and how to register.. You may direct any questions about Workshops and Exhibitions to:.. gallery@womanmade.. org.. and about Membership and Links Requests to:.. admin@womanmade.. ">Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists by Janet Bloch.. ">Exhibiting Professionalism Manual.. ">Portfolio Review with Mary King.. ">Her Group - Women's Art Exchange.. (image) Foxlight', egg tempera on panel, by Alessandra Kelley.. Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists.. by Janet Bloch.. Artist and author, Janet Bloch has more than 15 years of experience helping artists achieve their goals.. She offers the same sound advice in her new workbook,.. , that was available only in her workshops and private consultations.. Let her move you to the next level of your artistic career through her step by step processes for creating superior marketing materials.. This friendly workbook is perfectly suited for artists' support groups, classrooms, or for individual use.. provides artists with a step by step process for creating superior materials to send to venues.. The workbook is reassuring in its systematic approach and its encouraging tone.. It includes the following:.. what makes a great submission packet.. what belongs in an artist's statement.. what steps should be taken to build an impressive resume.. how to set goals and sustain focus.. The workbook is $18.. 95 and available for purchase at Woman Made Gallery, or through Paypal for 22.. 95 which includes shipping and handling.. Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists - $22.. 95 (includes shipping).. Exhibiting Professionalism Manual.. Woman Made Gallery's Exhibiting Professionalism manual is free to WMG members.. It is included in the Exhibiting Professionalism workshop, but can be purchased separately by non-members for $10.. 00 - shipping included.. It  ...   Mary King earned a BFA from The University of Chicago and a MA from Western Michigan University.. She studied advanced painting at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.. King has been awarded grants by The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo and by Education For The Arts of Kalamazoo County.. King's work has been favorably reviewed by The Kalamazoo Gazette, The Ann Arbor News, Detroit News, The Detroit Free Press, The New Art Examiner, The Chicago Reader and most recently, The New York Times.. King volunteers for Woman Made Gallery by laying out group exhibitions.. For more information about Mary King visit her.. website.. Her Group - Women's Arts Exchange.. 'Her Group' is a monthly artist exchange that nurtures and encourages women artists to speak about their work, share their creative process, and inspire each other to make art and improve their art-making practices.. It is through the exchange-based process of sharing and listening, as well as giving and receiving feedback, that 'Her Group' participants grow both artistically and professionally.. 'Her Group' was initiated as a women artists' critique group by artist and educator, Mary King.. It continued under the joint leadership of Laura Stempel and Deb Flagel, and we thank artist and founder of planetcollage.. com, LuEllen Joy Giera, for spearheading the group from 2007 to June 2013.. 'Her Group' sessions are currently organized and led by Deb Flagel, and information about Deb can be found here:.. debflagel.. womanmade.. net.. While the first visit to WMG is free of charge, a basic membership of $40 per year is encouraged in order to participate in 'Her Group'.. 'Her Group' participants usually meet on the THIRD Sunday of each month from 1:30 to 3:30 p.. at Woman Made Gallery, 685 N.. There is no session in December.. At select times WMG invites guest artists to share their experiences.. Past guests include Sandra Perlow, an accomplished Chicago artist who serves on the WMG Advisory Board, Dayna Block, an art therapist and co-founder of the Open Studio Project, Maritza Bermudez who does traditional watercolors and is involved with several Illinois arts organizations, and photographer, Pauline Kochanski.. WMG also includes select studio/gallery/art venue events in addition to the already scheduled third Sunday sessions.. Sunday, January 19.. Sunday, February 16.. Sunday, March 16.. Sunday, April 20.. Sunday, May 18.. Sunday, June 15.. Sunday, July 20.. Sunday, August 17.. Sunday, September 21.. Sunday, October 19.. Sunday, November 16.. (image) 'Her Group' session on February 28, 2010.. From left back to right front are Janet Gerske, Michelle-Renee Perkins, Alexandra Zonis (pointing), Andrea Ginsburg, and Carol Brookes (with her back to camera).. BECOME AN ARTIST MEMBER.. MAKE A DONATION.. January 09, 2014..

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