Gallery 200 is a gem in West Chicago featuring locally created artworks, affordably priced, and eminently accessible. Our artists see visions; their hands work in glass, clay, fiber, photography, oils, watercolors, acrylics, wood. We invite you to wander, dream and browse. Gallery 200 is an art lover’s refuge and a gift giver’s paradise.
The Mexican Cultural Center DuPage is hosting an exhibit by West Chicago artist Giovanni Arellano, better known as Fiendsco, at Gallery 200, (103 W. Washington Street) beginning Thursday, Feb. 10. The exhibit is free to attend, and face masks must be worn in the gallery space at all times. A special artist opening reception will […]
Kathi Kuchler’s artwork was featured at Gallery 200 in September 2021. Kuchler began painting at the age of 14 in oils and then turned to watercolors because, “I love the fact that I can take my small round paint palette wherever I go.” She received her certification in 2015 as a Botanical Watercolorist and Illustrator […]
Marge Hall’s artwork was featured at Gallery 200 in August 2021 Marge Hall creates nature-inspired paintings. She admits to painting for as long as she can remember. “When asked if I would like to teach at the DuPage Art League in Wheaton in 1971, I said yes, and have been teaching oil painting ever since. […]
The ‘Art in Full Bloom’ series was featured at Gallery 200 in April and May of 2021 Artists celebrated in April and May of 2021 with an exhibit series called Art in Full Bloom, bringing the full spectrum of work created to stir the imagination. Painting, photography, glasswork and jewelry were just some of the […]
Sharon Malec and Patty Koenigsaeker’s artwork was featured at Gallery 200 in September and October of 2021 Fiber artists Sharon Malec and Patty Koenigsaeker had numerous works of art featured at Gallery 200 during the fall of 2021. Sharon began quilting in 1992, making traditional pieced quilts, but gradually turned to making contemporary art quilts. […]
Photograph by Ignacio Leaving home is never easy. However, as small children we adapt pretty quickly. Our parents make those transitions more seamless since they tend to be the center of our universe. In a sense, we take our homes with us as children. As adults, we usually choose to leave our homes. It seems […]