Robert Kameczura has been referred to many times as “One of Chicago’s Renaissance Men,” a painter, photographer, printmaker, designer, writer and poet , critic and curator. He has exhibited widely and internationally in Canada, Poland, Ireland, Greece and Japan. This exhibition presents the more lyrical side of his work, it includes many abstract digital prints in his “fan series” which, though contemporary in feeling, are much influenced by oriental art. A selection of his digital photographs reflect his involvement in the world of the modern dance. The exhibit also includes many of his miniature “abstract landscapes,” atmospheric invocations of unusual atmospheric effects which are virtuoso displays of watercolor technique. His imagery is romantic with jewel like delicate coloring. Many of his works display complex textures and unusual asymmetrical designs which have a kinship with Japanese ukiyo-e prints.