WILLIAM CHICKILLO

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22" x 30" monoprint from my Charles Brand press......one of many new monoprints

Added on by Lauri Chickillo.

http://thetimes-tribune.com/lifestyles/everhart-museum-focuses-on-region-s-baseball-greats-in-new-exhibit-1.1859057?pplogin=true?pplogin=true

http://thetimes-tribune.com/lifestyles/everhart-museum-focuses-on-region-s-baseball-greats-in-new-exhibit-1.1859057?pplogin=true?pplogin=true

Added on by Lauri Chickillo.

This is a Yankees collage which will be exhibited at the upcoming Everhart Museum's Baseball Dreams exhibition.  The exhibition will be at the museum from April 8 through the World Series.  I am very excited to be able to share my love of baseball, and the story of these collages.  I will also be selling work from this collection on this site in days to come, so stay tuned!

This is a Yankees collage which will be exhibited at the upcoming Everhart Museum's Baseball Dreams exhibition.  The exhibition will be at the museum from April 8 through the World Series.  I am very excited to be able to share my love of baseball, and the story of these collages.  I will also be selling work from this collection on this site in days to come, so stay tuned!

Added on by Lauri Chickillo.

Mother’s Garden, Highland Park, Michigan, 2/10, 13"x 19½" archival pigment print, Sally Tosti "The Rust Belt cities along the southern edge of the Great Lakes are attempting to recover from the 1950’s population shift to the suburbs, and the economic woes of the American auto industry.  Highland Park, Michigan is one of the places still devastated from those events.  As a city within the city limits of Detroit, Highland Park remains an area of abandoned houses, and seemingly uninhabitable structures that are still occupied.  The structure in Mother’s Garden is home to a woman who refuses to leave her garden.  Block after block, windowless, boarded up buildings predominate.  Parts of Detroit such as the Downtown area are experiencing a revival thanks to Quicken Loans, Detroit’s sports teams, and the rehabilitation of long empty stores and office buildings that are being converted to upscale lofts.  Highland Park is not part of that revival.  Water and electricity have been cut off to parts of the area.   Sally Tosti's recent work has documented the duality that exists within cities.  Her initial projects focused on New Orleans, LA, and Las Vegas, NV.   The images in the Rust Belt series continue the narrative, and serve as a record of a journey.

Mother’s Garden, Highland Park, Michigan, 2/10, 13"x 19½" archival pigment print,
Sally Tosti

"The Rust Belt cities along the southern edge of the Great Lakes are attempting to recover from the 1950’s population shift to the suburbs, and the economic woes of the American auto industry.  Highland Park, Michigan is one of the places still devastated from those events.  As a city within the city limits of Detroit, Highland Park remains an area of abandoned houses, and seemingly uninhabitable structures that are still occupied.  The structure in Mother’s Garden is home to a woman who refuses to leave her garden.  Block after block, windowless, boarded up buildings predominate.  Parts of Detroit such as the Downtown area are experiencing a revival thanks to Quicken Loans, Detroit’s sports teams, and the rehabilitation of long empty stores and office buildings that are being converted to upscale lofts.  Highland Park is not part of that revival.  Water and electricity have been cut off to parts of the area.  

Sally Tosti's recent work has documented the duality that exists within cities.  Her initial projects focused on New Orleans, LA, and Las Vegas, NV.   The images in the Rust Belt series continue the narrative, and serve as a record of a journey.

Added on by Lauri Chickillo.

Censored Fountain by Duchamp, 48"x 54" oil on linen, Pamela Joseph

Censored Fountain by Duchamp, 48"x 54" oil on linen, Pamela Joseph

http://pamelajoseph.com

See Pamela's work at Skylake Gallery through November 9.

Added on by Lauri Chickillo.

Vincent Ciainni will be exhibitng work from "We Skate Hardcore" at Skylake Gallery from October 10-November 9.

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Don't miss this exhibiton of F. Lammot Belin Arts Scholarship recipients!

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Backyard Laundry, William Chickillo, 17 1/2” x 20” watercolor  

Backyard Laundry, William Chickillo, 17 1/2” x 20” watercolor

 

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407 Field near Apple Tree, William Chickillo, 20” x 21” watercolor

407 Field near Apple Tree, William Chickillo, 20” x 21” watercolor

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Boy with Trout, William Chickillo, 11” x 22 1/2” charcoal drawing

Boy with Trout, William Chickillo, 11” x 22 1/2” charcoal drawing

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Long Winter View, William Chickillo, 8” x 10” oil on board

Long Winter View, William Chickillo, 8” x 10” oil on board

You might be longing for such a view in 10 months or so.....

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Squall at State Park, William Chickillo, 19 1/2” x 25” charcoal and pastel

Squall at State Park, William Chickillo, 19 1/2” x 25” charcoal and pastel

Timely......as much as the residents of Northeast PA like to complain about the winter, they all seem to love a snow painting.  Why is that?  Because it is beautiful?!

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Old Apple, William Chickillo, 22” x 25” watercolor

Old Apple, William Chickillo, 22” x 25” watercolor

Comforting shadows on the forest floor, late fall.

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Road to Lake Kewanee I, William Chickillo, 22” x 27” watercolor

Road to Lake Kewanee I, William Chickillo, 22” x 27” watercolor

White birches, always stately.

Added on by Lauri Chickillo.

It's always sad to see the beautiful colors of fall end, but the colors of winter are as beautiful.