Victorian Graffics

Ashland_Lake 2. NICK FURY©2014

NICK FURY
Chicago Artist Month 2014 Featured Artist

Victorian Graffics
Art Exhibition
On CTA Ashland/Lake Historic Train Station

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2014

The art will depict scenes from the CTA Ashland/Lake Historic Train Station. The station was bulid in Queen Anne Style architecture in 1892, and still remains from that time period.

OPENING:

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 (All day)

CTA Ashland/Lake Train Station
Ashland Ave and Lake Street
Chicago
Phone: 312.681.4183

http://www.chicagoartistsmonth.org/featured-artists/nick-fury

VICTORIAN GRAFFICS

This series is a juxtaposition of vintage and modern. The Historic Ashland Green Line Train Station was built in 1892 for the Lake Street Elevated Railroad.

Designed in a Queen Anne style with a Victorian Gothic influence. Cupolas, finials, wood trim, ornate railings, and diamond patterns are throughout the station.

The art is visually graphic, and depicts various photographic views with Victorian details from the train station. Mediums used are correction tape, spray enamel and plywood.

Since 2002 I have used correction tape as a medium to create ultra modern graphic art.

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