Well, no, not really. I just managed to bamboozle my way into a
Chicago-themed group exhibition at the Bridgeport Art Center with a couple of low-grade watercolor paintings I had sitting in a pile and gathering dust.
Yours truly with self-made magnificent artwork (photo by Margarita Cygielska)
Do not worry about the spoiler above – there is a lot of other art to see there until Sept. 1. It’s well worth the visit, especially every third Friday of the month, when you can also check out some of the artists’ studios in the center’s vast innards.
Thank you for your attention.
Going a bit off the deep end, but no time to really work the detail, which is where the real fun would be:
(click on picture to get a larger version)
And remember – bad feedback is better than no feedback.
To be honest, mobilizing myself to post is harder than getting myself to make pictures regularly. Well, here are the results of the past few days:
After a week of finals when I couldn’t bring myself to post anything, here are the top takings:
This time on the Red Line:
And a bit of architecture:
BTW, this is the Spertus Institute’s new building on Michigan Avenue, designed by Krueck & Sexton Architects.