OCT 10 – NOV 16 | Ralph Arnold Gallery | Free
Opening reception: OCT 10 | Thurs. 5-6:30 PM | Free
As contemporary art and the world at large evolve in an increasingly digital direction, artists with highly refined analog skills become increasing rare. Chicago artist Stephen Reynolds utilizes traditional sign painting techniques to execute commissioned works for major museums, cultural institutions, businesses, and individual artists throughout the United
States and Europe. Reynolds brings his knowledge of typestyles, graphics, and period signs to the creation of fine art and design, practicing his trade using time-honored hand-crafts, and making a living at it. We will exhibit a collection of printed images from Reynolds’s portfolio of work, as well as a specially commissioned hand-painted window created on site, to demonstrate the artist’s refined technique, insight, and creativity.
Analog Sign Painting Dead Or Alive? is a part of our 2013-14 exhibition series.