Gallery Owners Embrace Works on Paper

exhibart.jpgI’m so pleased when I happen upon yet another fine gallery that champions works on paper and I’m even more pleased when I find one that makes the promotion of those works its central mission.

Proving yet again that we should really get back to Chicago soon (it’s only a few hours away from PJ headquarters in Cincinnati),  Printworks Gallery, in the River North neighborhood of the windy city, specializes in works on paper and features a large number of established artists, as well as emerging artists. The gallery’s catalogue is impressive to say the least (check out the sample works on their website) and I’m also impressed by their Affordable Art initiative, in which they present a collection of works by gallery artists for $300 or under. Hooray for that. The shameless book-lover in me can’t resist mentioning too their extensive selection of books, many of them works of art themselves.

The above image is from their current exhibition Flights of Fancy, a group show that runs through August 18, 2007. Do me a favor and tell me about your favorite gallery-champions at

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