Art in Alternative Spaces

presents

Curiously Strong Women 

paintings by Fletcher Hayes, Renee McGinnis & Bill Moran


On display at:

Apollo Theatre

2540 North Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL

Artist's Reception - Friday, June 13, 2003 (6:00 - 7:30 p.m.)


There is no charge for viewing the artwork.

Viewing hours are Tues - Sat (10 am - showtime) Sun (12 noon - showtime)

On exhibit through July 13, 2003 

This art exhibition is in complement to

Apollo Theatre's production of The Vagina Monologues.

 

Biographies 

Fletcher Hayes

Hayes received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. As part of his masters degree, Hayes attended the Blossom Kent Art Program at Kent State University and also studied lithography at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Recently, his kite was exhibited at Windy City Arts "Artist-Made Kites" exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center. His work has also been shown at Union Street Gallery, The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture, James R. Thompson State of Illinois Building, Wood Street Gallery, and Ann Nathan Gallery. As an art director and graphic designer by trade, Hayes has many clients and is currently serving as graphic designer for the Chicago Artists' Coalition's upcoming Chicago Art Open.

Bonnie  Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 38.5" (42.5" x 41" framed)

 

 

Bill Moran

Bill received his B.F.A. in illustration from Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, OH. and his M.F.A. in painting and printmaking from Northwestern University.   His work has been exhibited at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, Los Manos Gallery, Gallery 312, Dittmar Gallery and at the Elmhurst Museum of Art this fall.

 

 

 

Handstand

32 x 26"

Oil on Canvas

 

 

Coffee Break

15 x 12"

Oil on Canvas

The Fall

32 x 32"

Oil on Canvas

Rest

23 x 23"

Oil on Canvas

 

Night Flight

12 x 15"

Oil on Canvas

 

 

Renee McGinnis

 

In Defense of the Status Quo

68" x 49"

Oil on Canvas

Renee received a B.F.A. from the Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL and studied sociology and anthropology at the University of Chicago. Most recently, she helped to organize and participated in The Chicago Solution Show with artist Ed Paschke. Her artwork has been exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry, Woman Made Gallery, Hyde Park Art Center, Cornelia Arts Building, Wood Street Gallery, Artemesia, ARC Gallery and most recently Frazer Gallery in Washington, D.C. Horizon Gallery in Pittsburg, and several galleries in Bremen, Germany. In addition, her work has been shown at the Whitney Museum, Gang Gallery and the Limner Gallery in Soho, NY and at the Swan Gallery in Sydney, Australia, to list only a few. Her work is also part of a permanent collection at Chicago’s East Bank Club and was included in former President William Jefferson Clinton & Hillary Rodham Clinton’s collection in The White House. Renee is listed in the publications Who’s Who of American Women (21st Edition) and the Encyclopedia of Living Artists (10th Edition). Her entire suite of furniture was featured in Chicago's "Suite Home Chicago" public art project. This is Renee’s fifth exhibition through Anatomically Correct.

 


Founded in 1991, Anatomically Correct is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to showcasing works by artists in alternative spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify, and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts.   


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