Games People Play

Paintings by

LauraLee Junge


Maxine the First, Queen of Serenity  - Oil  (60" x 54")  $7,150

On exhibition at:   Northlight Theatre, North Shore Center for Performing Arts, 

9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, Illinois

Artist's Reception: April Fool's Day -

 Sunday, April 1, 2001 (2:00 pm - 3:00 p.m.)


There is no charge for viewing of the artwork.   

Regular viewing hours are one hour prior to theatre performances.

This art exhibition is in complement to Northlight’s production of The Gamester.


LauraLee Junge - LauraLee's colorful paintings in this exhibit demonstrate the psychological forces at work when an individual presents himself as something he is not. "Games People Play" looks at the impact of these false representations.




Gilbert the Second, King of Insanity  - Oil (52" x 46")  $7,150

"When one asks why or what it is that I paint, the answer is very simple. I paint because I must and I paint what I feel. My inspirations are energy and movement and I strive to capture these on the canvas as I explore various subject matters. I rely on the human figure to help tell a story and illustrate the emotional turbulence with which humans often struggle. With the use of vigorously applied oils in various consistencies, I first attempt to create an environment that appears to be in motion. Then finishing with fine glazes and tighter painting movements, I add in the content of the story that the painting will tell. The finished piece relays a psychological narrative within which each viewer may find his/her own meaning."

Jill in the Box Meets Jack in the Sky - Oil/Acrylic  (58" x 36")  $1,690 Hot Lips Lucy  Oil (35" x 20") $650 Jill out of the Box reaches for Jack & His Balls  Oil/Acrylic  (58" x 39")  $3,900
Miss Rusk - Pastel, Charcoal, Pencil, Ink (20 1/2" x 17") $325 He Only Smiles When He Frowns - Pastel (22 1/2" x 20") $325 C. Jackson - Pencil, Ink, Pastel (22 1/2" x 17") $325

LauraLee received a B.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has exhibited her work at ARC Gallery and in Around the Coyote (2000) where she received the "Curator's Choice Award." Her images appear frequently on CD covers created by Big Music Recording Studio.

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