Anatomically Correct and Apple Tree Theatre present:

Happy Un-Birthday To You 

Oil Paintings by Sean Hopp and Lois Keller





Dead Heading  Oil on Canvas 36" x 36"  by Lois Keller


On display at:

Apple Tree Theatre

595 Elm Place, #210

Highland Park, IL 60035


There is no charge for viewing the artwork.

Viewing hours are Thursdays - Sundays (1 pm - 7 pm)

and one hour prior to theatre performances.

Exhibition closes January 29, 2002.

This art exhibition is in complement to Apple Tree's production of The Birthday Party. 


Sean Hopp

Like most visual artists, Sean Hopp discovered at an early age that he could communicate with drawings much more effectively than with words.  Ever since, he has developed paintings with the idea that a completely visual world philosophy is possible using a system of intricate personal symbols.   Evolving out of a decade of dark and horrifying images, his recent series focus on the disturbing magic behind the veils of reality.  They are attempts to explore the suppressed truths in modern human emotions and relationships (both external and internal), rooted in a warped outcast mythology for absurd confusing times.

Transmutation of Doubt Oil on Canvas  30" x 24" by Sean Hopp


Sean received his BFA in painting from  Kent State University in Kent, Ohio and studied computer animation work at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.   Most recently, his artwork has been exhibited at Stolizzo Gallery, Rubber Monkey Gallery, and Peter Jones Gallery. 




Insubordination  Oil on Canvas  40" x 30" by Sean Hopp

Lois Keller 




        Life  Oil on Canvas 24" x 36" by Lois Keller




Lois is an active artist and illustrator in Chicago.    Prior to her career as a visual artist,  Lois worked nationally as a successful scenic artist for eleven years, painting sets for theatres throughout the country for companies such as The Milwaukee Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, and Connecticut's Goodspeed Opera.   She also painted murals for Midway Airport, Great America in Illinois, Summerfest in Milwaukee and Disney Stores in Japan and Europe, as well as has restored decorative paint in landmark buildings thoughout the U.S.  

Born in Green Bay, Wisconsin , Lois was raised in Wheaton, IL and now lives and works in Chicago.   Scenic art has given her structure and painting experience which she now refers to for her own art work.   She has exhibited her artwork at the University of Chicago, the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Woman Made Gallery  She also participated in the public art project Suite Home Chicago and her "suite" of furniture is permanently on display in front of the Chicago Children's Museum.

Founded in 1991, Anatomically Correct is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to showcasing works by artists in public spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify, and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts.   

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