Opening Wednesday, April 24th, from 7PM - 8PM
The Lillstreet Art Center is proud to bring the forefront of Chicago’s contemporary art scene to you each month through the new Lillstreet Emerging Artists Lecture Series. A sampling of local filmmakers, sculptors, painters, and photographers have been selected to present and discuss their work in the new Lillstreet Loft space. The 45 minute presentations will be followed by a Q and A and reception. The Lillstreet Emerging Artists Lecture Series is the project of the 2012-2013 Painting and Drawing Artist-in-Residence, Gwendolyn Zabicki.
This series is free and open to the public.
Raychael Stine the 2012 Gendler Fellow, is best known for her paintings featuring dogs in dangerous, humorous and intimate situations. These images reside between peculiar states of abstraction and representation. Stine (b 1981) is an artist living and working in Chicago, IL She holds a BA from The University of Texas at Dallas and an MFA from The University of Illinois at Chicago. Stine’s work has been exhibited at Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas TX, Road Agent Gallery, Dallas TX, Barry Whistler Gallery Dallas TX, D Berman Gallery, Austin TX, Denise Bibro Gallery, New York NY, The Mc Anninch Arts Center, Glen Ellyn, IL, Gallery 400 Chicago, IL, Leviton A + D Gallery, Chicago IL and others. Stine was selected for the New insight exhibition at Art Chicago 2010, New American Paintings Issue 78 where she was awarded Juror’s Pick, and The Texas Biennial, 2009. In 2005 she is a recipient of the Dallas Museum of Art Degoylier Grant and in 2008 the Stone Award Scholarship at UIC.