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CMYK Art Show


Chicago’s N.A.I.L.S. is about to present its first art exhibition featuring 25 unique member-artists and mediums ranging from print and ink, to acrylic, encaustic, oil, and gouache (rhymes with squash).  Inspired by cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, these visual melodies will be sure to brighten up the winter season.  So if you find yourself in the Logan Square area, be sure to visit New Wave Coffee and support the local talent.  Details follow.

What is N.A.I.L.S.?
N.A.I.L.S. = Neighborhood Artists In Logan Square.  They are an eclectic collective of artists with one thing in common—they all reside in Logan Square.  N.A.I.L.S. provides a forum for neighborhood artists to exchange ideas, constructive critique, techniques, exhibition opportunities and announcements through their monthly meetings, website and listserv.  As the N.A.I.L.S. network of member-artists grows, they seek to engage Logan Square and the surrounding communities with art through N.A.I.L.S.-organized activities, exhibitions and events.  Any artist living in Logan Square is already a member and they need only to contact N.A.I.L.S. and let them know!

The CMYK Show:
February 16 – March 15, 2009

At New Wave Cafe:
3103 W Logan Blvd. / 2557 N Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL
Mon–Fri 7am–11pm
Sat–Sun 8am–11pm

Meet-the-Artists-After-Work Viewing:
Mon, February 16 from 5:30pm–8:30pm

Closing Artists’ Reception:
Sun, March 15, 6–9pm

Black Demons by Megan Connelly

Black Demons by Megan Connelly

N.A.I.L.S. Website :: http://www.nailslogansquare.com

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