Fulton Street Collective is launching our monthly Collaborative Art Series “Concurrence” on Friday January 26th. Four visual artists showcase their work delineating one theme or impression. January’s premise is “Systemic Motion”. Each artist will install their work based on the month’s theme on one wall in our gallery as well as one moveable partition. Doors open at 7pm, closing at 10. Additional viewings can be made for Saturday Jan. 27 & Sunday Jan. 28 by appointment. We are thrilled that this first series features the work of four women with different artistic expressions and views.
Julia Banderas is a Contemporary Artist based in Chicago, IL. Her new art has evolved into a pattern based “LePanther” series that illustrates a leopard and panther merged together as a representation of strength and evolution.
Melanie P. Brown is an exhibiting painter and teaching artist living and working in Chicago, IL. by way of Colrain, Mass. and Tulsa, OK. A long time teacher and program director at Lillstreet Art Center, Melanie has been painting and teaching for 17 years in Chicago alongside children and adults of all ages. Melanie holds a BA from Knox College in Galesburg, IL and an MFA in Painting from The American University in Washington, DC
Beth Davis is a professional fine art framer and artist. Her work tends to be quirky, fun and colorful, set in otherworldly and natural scenes, oftentimes with animals. Beth’s paintings and illustrations are reminiscent of children’s storybook whimsy.
Lilla Dent is a Japanese-American artist and photographer whose multicultural upbringing and international experiences have greatly influenced her work. Lilla has always been interested in the surreal and the liminal – the intersection of opposites and the gray zones which result in subtle discomfort, pleasure, and/or humor. She received a MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2017 and currently resides and works in Chicago.
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