GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY
art by seniors
Acrylic Paintings by John Kurtz
Watercolor Paintings by Hannah Messinger
Watercolor Paintings by Ruth Wassermann Segal
Oil Paintings and Masks by Joe Steiner
On Exhibition at
Northshore Center for the Performing Arts
9501 Skokie Blvd.
Skokie, IL 60076
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 9, 1999 (6 - 7:30 pm.)
Artwork on display through November 7, 1999
This exhibition is in complement to Northlight's production of
Visiting Mr. Green by Jeff Baron, directed by B.J. Jones
Fish Story 24" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas
|John attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on a scholarship awarded by the Park Ridge Art League. He also trained as a photographer in the U.S. Navy. His artwork has been shown at a number of Chicago galleries, including the Contemporary Art Workshop, Artemisia Gallery, August House and Lucky Horse Gallery. John's work has also been shown at the Rockford Art Museum and the Evanston Art Center. Keep an eye out for his painting to appear in the upcoming Disney studios feature film, "High Fidelity".
Alone Together Watercolor 29" x 36"
|Hannah studied art in Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Art Institute of Chicago, the North Shore Art League, Evanston Art Center and Northeastern University. Her work has been exhibited at the Golda Meir Library at the University of Wisconsin, at the Renaissance Gallery in the Chicago Cultural Center, the Blue Moon Gallery in Skokie and the Illinois Artisans Shop in Chicago, to list just a few.
|RUTH WASSERMAN SEGAL
|Old Pros Talk Shop Watercolor 36" x 28"
Ruth studied art at Northeastern University, Oakton Community College, the National College of Education, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Her work has been exhibited at Blue Moon Gallery in Skokie, and at the Renaissance Gallery in the Chicago Cultural Center, the North Lakeside Cultural Center, the North Shore Art League, Evanston Art Center, the American Jewish Arts Club, Dittmar Gallery in Northwestern University, Bradley University and the Spertus Museum of Judaica.
Untitled Ceramic Mask
Contemplation Oil on Canvas
|Joe has been painting and exhibiting in the Chicago area for more than 30 years. He has studied at the American Academy of Art and has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, however, he considers himself a self-taught artist. His work has been shown at the Chicago Cultural Center, the Bernard Horwich Jewish Community Center, the Figurative Art Leage, Triangle Gallery of Old Town, A.R.C. Gallery and Artemisia Gallery.
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