These artists were featured at Gallery 200 during past months, and were on display for the entire month, kicked off with an opening reception!
May, 2018: Art in Full Bloom by Gallery by 16 Gallery 200 Artists
April, 2018: West Chicago Community High School Art Show
March, 2018: Art is the HeART off the City by West Chicago Elementary students
February 2017: Fiber Adventures by Sharon Malec and Patty Koenigsaecker
January, 2018: Under Construction by Judith Horsley
December 2017: Small Gifts of Art by 16 Gallery Artists
November 2017: Fused for You II: A Touch of Glass by Sue Tripp, Susan Delaney adn MIndy Milan
October 2017: Artoberfest: Art for All Seasons by 19 Gallery Artists
September 2017: NATURE Through the Looking Glass by Mike Smith
August 2017: Metal Crochet by Marita Valdizan
July 2017: Trees by First Star Art
June 2017: “Botanical and Nature” by Kathi Kuchler
May, 2017: “Nature in Fiber” by Sharon Malec
April, 2017: West Chicago Community High School Art Show
March, 2017: “Art is the Heart of the City” by West Chicago School District 33 students
February, 2017: “All Sorts of Art” by Andy!
January, 2017: “Pamela Hamilton”
December, 2016: “Small Gifts of Art” – a group show by Gallery 200 Artists
November, 2016: “Generations of Art” by the family of Britta Renwick
October, 2016: “Artoberfest and Grand Opening Exhibit by Past and Present Gallery 200 Artists
September, 2016: “Zoos Gone Wild” by Mike Smith
August 2016: “West Chicago / Meeting Place” by Maggie Capettini
July 2016: “WATER” by FIrst Star Art
May 2016: Colors of Spring by Marge Hall
April 2016: High School Art Show by District 94 Student Artists
March 2016: Art is the HeART of the City by District 33 Student Artists
February, 2016: Nature Art by the Morton Arboretum Nature Guild
January, 2016: Andy!’s Art- Metal, Wall Art, Jewelry and More by Andy! Kozlowski
December, 2015: Small Gifts of Art by 9 local artists
November, 2015: Fused4U – A Touch of Glass by Sue Tripp, Mindy Milan and Kathe Moses
October, 2015: Artoberfest, a group exhibit
September, 2015: Digital Touch by First Star Art
August, 2015: Childhood Fantasies by Mike Smith
July, 2015: Feathers and Foods by Kathy Steere
June, 2015: Fantasy, Fable, and Fae: A Whimsical Group Show
May, 2015: From Engineer to Artist – Andy! Kozlowski
April, 2015: High School Student Art
March, 2015: District 33 Student Art
February, 2015: The Many Faces of Fibers – Art in Textures
January, 2015: “Life Thru The Lens of Judith Horsley”
May 2014 Marge Hall Marge Hall’s oversize flowers were featured in May. Marge’s flower paintings were breathtaking. When Marge fills a thirty-six inch canvas with a four inch lily, every vein and pore, pistil and petal in the flower becomes a physical part of the viewer’s experience.
June 2014 Buddy Plumlee In June, Buddy Plumlee showed his wonderful and thought-provoking portraits. Buddy is a portrait painter – and his works are biographies. His pieces reflect a deep and powerful understanding of his subjects, with a very personal set of opinions on display.
July 2014 First Star Art Exciting mixed media works from the duo known as First Star Art were featured in July. The two were delighted to let their “art works get the attention. We wish is to immerse ourselves in art, to share some beauty, to inspire and be inspired. Our wish is coming true.”
Aug. 2014 Chris Rakow and Family The Gallery’s August exhibit was a family affair.This team exhibit demonstrated clearly how artistic talent runs rampant in this family, with works by Chris, her husband, daughter, son, daughter-in-law and grand-daughter, and how that was expressed in unique styles, expressions and media.
Sept. 2014 Frieda Howard Fredericka paused and looked back during her September retrospective. Her show featured Howard’s original works, DuPage County houses and barns, wild and domestic animals, and pages from her many sketchbooks. A portion of her proceeds went to the WCCHS scholarship fund.