Sculpture International Juried Art Exhibition is on display

Chicago Sculpture International Juried Art Exhibition on display until Sept. 18

Published: August 18, 2014.

“Chicago Sculpture International Juried Art Exhibition” will be on display Aug. 18-Sept. 18 in the Brent and Jean Wadsworth Family Gallery, located on Lewis University’s main campus in Romeoville. The free exhibit is open to the public and will be on display from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. daily.

A special reception for the exhibit was held on Aug. 28 in the Lewis University Art Gallery.

As a painter, Mark Swain, professor of art and chair of the Lewis University Department of Art and Design, will be juror of the exhibition. He earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Northern Illinois University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lewis University.

The following sculptors will be featured in the show. Leslie Ansteth Colonna of Lisle, Carol Brookes of Chicago, Michael D. Brown of Island Lake, Sheila Ganch of Chicago, Gill Gatfield of New Zealand, Karen Gubitz of Oak Park, Donna Hapac of Chicago, Chris Hill of Chicago, Suzanne Horwitz of Chicago, Ray Katz of Chicago, Jill King of Evanston, Fred Klingelhofer of Des Plaines, Robert Krawczyk of St. Charles, Gina Lee Robbins of Oak Park, Boruch Lev of Skokie, Emily Moorhead of Chicago, Victor Nelson of Evanston, David Noguchi of Chicago, Sheila Oettinger of Chicago, Gwendolyn Rodig of Island Lake, Susan Smith Trees of Lake Forest, Fisher Stolz of Chicago and Sandra Wilcoxon of Oak Park.

Chicago Sculpture International (CSI) was founded in 2004 as the first regional affiliate of the International Sculpture Center. CSI is a nonprofit organization for sculptors who work in every media including steel, wood, glass, paper, fiber, and video.

The Art Gallery is part of the Oremus Fine Arts Center at Lewis University. The Department of Art and Design manages the gallery events, which include Lewis University student shows, local and regional artist shows, annual high school exhibits, faculty shows, academic based exhibitions and cultural and religious based art shows. More information is available about the Art Gallery and exhibits by contacting Natalie Swain, Art Gallery coordinator, at

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