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I'm situated on Saint Georges Court, a small residential street hidden away in an un-named Chicago neighbourhood. Sandwiched between Wicker Park, Bucktown, and Logan Square, Wittig Fine Art is not a typical 'Gallery Scene' establishment. It is my residence and studio, with two rooms on the main floor acting as my showroom and office, for meeting with clients by appointment, and showing my work.
In addition to my own work, I also offer paintings, drawings and other art objects, antiques, collectibles, and various objects of interest as well. I do not sell other people's work or possessions on consignment. Instead, I purchase artwork and objects outright. If it is not something I would be happy owning, and living with myself, I have no interest in trying to sell it to anyone else.
Because Wittig Fine Art is a one-man operation, and combines living, working and exhibition space into a single brick and mortar location, which also is home to a virtual, on-line location, I am able to present artwork for sale at lower prices, compared to what most galleries must charge.
This is a good thing! For more information visit my web site: CLICK HERE
Kathleen has a B.A. in Fine Arts Studio Painting from the University of South Florida, where she graduated with honors. Her exhibits include the National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Cultural Resources Council juried exhibit in Syracuse, New York, the Strawberry Festival in Plant City, a one person show at the Burton Memorial Library, and at the Tampa Tribune office. Kathleen is affiliated with the East Hillsborough Art Guild and the Women's Museum of Art in Florida.
"Fine Art is a treasure hunt for beauty, truth, and ideas. My emphasis is on visual stimulation. I choose to work in reality in order to create pieces that will reach the largest possible arena of viewers. The intention of turning a reality into a work of art is my challenge which includes all the plastic elements of painting. Color, texture, and brush stroke are important to enrich the painting. To me, art is most beautiful when it attempts to stretch the boundaries of human thought in a direction that searches for the advancement of humanity."
For samples of Kathleen's work Click Here
Patricia has been an exhibiting artist for more than 30 years. For further info, e-mail her at email@example.com
I may not write all that much, but if I do, it will be about visual art, specifically painting, drawing, sculpting, etc.
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My web site is : http://yugenfinity.com
I love art, especially classical and renaissance paintings and sculptures. I believe that art has the ability to express raw human emotion and unique perspectives in ways that the written word cannot. I have no formal training in art criticism, so I'm looking forward to learning more from this group.
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Dorothy has done over two hundred works of art, many of them portraits of her nine children. She has also done many landscapes and still life paintings.
Dorothy may be reached by phone at 434-823-4986, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by writing to her at 1741 Albemarle Pippin Ct., Crozet, Va. 22932.