The Chicago Alliance of Visual Artists (CAVA) and the North Shore Art League (NSAL) announce their second joint themed art show “Forgotten Illinois.” Featured are art works that shed light on obscure or forgotten incidents or individuals that have influenced the history of Illinois or helped shape perspectives on our state. Featured in the art show are paintings, prints, photographs, drawings, fiber art, mixed media, sculpture and ceramics that help tell a story, interpret an event or provide new insight into Illinois history.
Featuring: Adrienne Aaronson, Robert Anderson, Tony Armendariz, Norman Baugher, Susan Bennett, Shel Howard Beugen, Martha Bohn, Chris Cantele, Laurie Schirmer Carpenter, Thom Cicchelli, George C. Clark, Sara Convery, Marilyn Diller, Ellen Domke, Kathryn Gauthier, Carol Gildar, Nancy Gomez, Ali Harwood, Fletcher Hayes, Connie Hinkle, Sandra Holubow, Robyn Jablonski, Katsy Johnson, Catherine Keebler, Ed Laginess, Kim Laurel, Dorothy Mason, Maria McCabe, Jeane Kat McGrail, Cheri McGuire, Gregory Mejia, Stephen Murphy, Beverly Alice Nash, Mary Neely, Patricia O’Malley, Whitney Oliver, Mark Reed, Kathleen Roman, Ray Ruggeri, Hope Salmanoff, Dorothy Bury Shaw, Rob Sills, Tobi Star Abrams, Bob Tanner, Vicky Tesmer, Karen Vierneisel, and Paul Whittaker
“Forgotten Illinois” opens July 16 and runs to August 9, 2019 at the North Shore Art League galleries, 620 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, IL 60093.
The Chicago Alliance of Visual Artists (CAVA) is a not-for-profit organization of visual artists in the Chicago area aged 50 and older. Founded in 1988, CAVA membership numbers over 150 senior artists.
The North Shore Art League is a not-for-profit arts organization which was founded in 1924. Dedicated to enriching the communities they serve through art education , NSAL has been hosting art exhibitions for 95 years.