At the Fr. Michael E. Komechak O.S.B. Art Gallery on the 5th floor of KINDLON, a commemorative art exhibition featuring one of Chicago’s recognized and respected artists, Ed Paschke. His artwork is known for its Pop art-influenced representational imagery, dealing with themes of violence and aggression. Through abstraction and expressionism, his art combines intense colors and themes to convey his message.
For a limited time, his artwork will be displayed on Benedictine University’s campus at the art gallery for public. It’ll feature rarely seen works from the late artist’s collections.
Be sure to stop by. There will be a reception on Saturday; October 4th from 4:00pm – 6:00pm. Free food will be served.
The exhibition will run from October 6th – November 30th, 2014.