• << FEBRUARY 2024 >>

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    I'm so honored and thrilled to have been juried into the CYCLES: 2024 Exhibition presented by Inclusive Arts Vermont!

    Featuring the art of 25 Vermont artists with disabilities, the theme emerged from community input. The artwork expresses cycles of nature. Cycles of the body, mind, and spirit. Experiences of repetition, circular shapes, and more. The exhibition will tour the state between February 2024 and December 2024, kicking off at the University of Vermont’s Davis Center. Cycles will then travel to Montpelier, Brattleboro, St. Johnsbury, and return to Burlington.


    Opening Reception:
    Wednesday, February 21 from 4-7 PM
    UVM Davis Center 4th Floor | 590 Main St. Burlington, VT

    On view at the UVM Davis Center from Feb. 15 – March 31.
    CYCLES is presented in partnership with UVM Davis Center, UVM School of the Arts & the UVM Center For Disability Inclusion.

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  • << DECEMBER 2023 >>

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    Finish up your holiday shopping while sipping on a cocktail, munching on some pizza, and listening to live music!

    I'll be selling:

    + sculptural paintings
    + rock portraits
    + zombie and rock portrait holiday ornaments
    + holiday/greeting/birthday cards
    + decorative magnets

    ~ Free upcycled painting bookmark with every purchase ~

    I'll also be doing interactive demos of my artistic process ~ try your hand at making a mini-collage from my sculptural painting materials!

  • << SEPTEMBER 2023 >>

  • ARC Members: 50th Anniversary Exhibition!

    ARC Members: 50th Anniversary Exhibition!


    Join the collective membership of ARC for its 50th Anniversary Exhibition! For this milestone celebration, ARC presents work by members past and present.

    Featuring an installation piece by founding member Gerda Meyer-Bernstein, now 100 years old.

    Artist Residents of Chicago (ARC) was founded in 1973 as a women-run artists’ cooperative organization at a time when the art world refused to take women’s voices seriously. ARC in 2023 still brings innovative, emerging and experimental visual art to a wide range of viewers. As a non-commercial gallery, we are able to provide a unique atmosphere of continued artistic experimentation and dialogue.

    Come celebrate our long and distinguished history as a cultural institution within the city of Chicago. One of the original alternative Chicago galleries of the 1970’s, along with Artemisia, and N.A.M.E., ARC is now the last of these great names still standing. Celebrate this incredible accomplishment alongside the work of our artist members over the years!

    Melanie Adcock, Karen Ami, Kina Bagovska, Raissa Bailey, Monica Bauer, Nancy Bechtol, Denise Bellezzo, Gerda Meyer-Bernstein, Rine Boyer, Dawn Brennan, Monica J. Brown, Virginia Carstarphen, Nancy Charak, Esther Charbit, Laura Cloud, Jan Chenoweth, Michele Corazzo, Sessah DelaRue, L.J. Douglas, Kathleen Dugan, Abigail Engstrand, Leslie Ann Eliet, Sheila Finnigan, Nancy Fritz, Anne Farley Gaines, Stacey Lee Gee, Iris Goldstein, Jessica Gondek, Kristina Gosh, Cait Hardie, Kerry Hirth, Pamela Hobbs, Nicole Jacquard, Diane Jurado, Carolyne King, Pauline Kochanski, K. Lange, Beth LeFauve, Laura Lencioni, Elyse Martin, Renee McGinnis, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Ruti Modlin, Lynnette Mohill, Julia Morrisroe, Cheri Reif Naselli, Granite Palombo-Amit, Jan Parker, Ellen Petraits, Ann Ponce, Civia Rosenberg, Katherine Steichen Rosing, Cherie Sampson, Charlotte Segal, Beth Shadur, Randi Shepard, Lee Stanton, Jane Stevens, Rebekah Stoneberg, Michele Stutts, Deva Suckerman, Beth Turk, Ralitzo Vladimirova, Monika Wulfers, Michelle Williams, Jodi Younglove, Chiyeko Yuki, Amy Zucker

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  • << JUNE 2023 >>

  • Chicago Gallery News:

    ARC Gallery At 50

    by Jacqueline Lewis - June 23rd

  • << JUNE 2019 >>

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  • << MAY 2017 >>

  • The Barre Montpelier Times Argus Online:

  • << NOVEMBER 2014 >>

  • The Columbia Chronicle:

    24 Hour Night A Spooky Success

    by Assistant Campus Editor - November 3rd

  • << SEPTEMBER 2012 >>

  • F News Magazine:

    "L" Train Full of Wonders

    by Lindsey Auten, September 28th

  • << DECEMBER 2010 >>

  • Sixty Inches From Center:

    Kristina Gosh Talks "shoppe"

    by Meggie Henkel, December 10th