750 Show: An Art Extravaganza

Postcard Summer 2013c

Opening reception: Saturday, July 27, 4 -7pm.

Next at ZIA Gallery an art extravaganza called the 750 Show, a group exhibition of gallery and invited artists, covering ZIA’s main exhibition space with artworks priced at $750.00 and below. Featured gallery artists, as represented by images on the postcard, are:

Melissa Jay Craig, Michael Cutlip, Carl Wilen, Richard Laurent
Mary Burke, Jonathan Ricci, Roland Kulla, John Vlahakis
Beverly Zawitkoski, Alex Devereux, Fumiko Toda
Ted Preuss, Matthew Schofield, Rick Dula, Charles Gniech
Kathy Weaver, John Musgrove, Anne Hughes

The exhibition also includes works by a number of specially invited artists:

Nelson Armour
Barry Cain
Kathleen Carbonara
Ronald D. Fetman
Shannon Gallagher
Cheryl Holz
Mairead O’Neill Laher
Peter Nussbaum
Peter Panayiotou
Diane Rakocy
Beth Shadur
Sharon Swidler
Alexandra Vlahakis

This exhibition is a celebration, as the gallery enters its 4th year! To welcome everybody looking for a great ending to an afternoon or a terrific beginning to an evening, the opening reception begins early on Saturday, July 27th – at 4pm. There will be treasures to be found to fit every budget. Such an exhibition exposes richness in diversity of expression and affords viewers an occasion to begin with that which naturally attracts and shift to explore beyond the comfort zone. Art is here to be examined and relished by everyone. Come join the festivities beginning on Saturday, July 27th 4 – 7pm at ZIA Gallery, 548 Chestnut St. Winnetka, IL 60091. The riot-of-an-exhibition continues through August 31.

Contact the gallery @ 847-446-3970 and check out ZIA Gallery’s facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ziagallerychicago for sneak previews to artworks in the 750 Show.

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