The Ed Paschke Art Center (EPAC) announces the opening of “Life Reflected,” a solo exhibition of celebrated Chicago native Jeannette Pasin Sloan. “Life Reflected” features more than 18 of Sloan’s cropped, distorted masterworks, including several never-before-seen pieces. The exhibition is a moving, comprehensive look at Sloan’s career to date, featuring paintings, drawings, prints and collages spanning over two decades, ranging from her beginnings as a stay-at-home mother to a seasoned professional.
EPAC will host a free and open to the public Exhibition Preview and Artist Talk with Sloan in person on Sunday, May 1 from 3-5 p.m. Currently residing in New Mexico, this is a rare opportunity to learn about Sloan’s life and work from the artist herself and get a sneak peek at the exhibition before it’s official opening.