Juan Chawuk, internationally acclaimed Mayan artist from Chiapas, Mexico, has created a mural that will be installed on the southwest side of the Supermercado Tampico building at 516 Main Street. This location will provide excellent visibility of the artwork for the countless number of commuters of Metra, as well as for the pedestrian traffic on the walking trail and Main Street.
Location: Reed-Keppler Park 250 West National Street I Love My Country, part of the Randolph Rose Collection, is a detailed bronze statue of children holding the American flag. It measures 39” x 60” x 81”H. The beautiful bronze patina sets off the red, white and blue of the American Flag for an inspiring and patriotic […]
Cultural Arts Commission Chair Anni Holm assists Matthew Hoffman install his message in the window of Gallery 200 to promote the artwork at the Library, across the street. Location: West Chicago Public Library 118 West Washington Street loveevenmore Dedication Program – .pdf 880kb “loveevenmore” is the message of West Chicago’s newest piece of public art and […]
Click to enlarge Location: West Chicago Public Library 118 West Washington Street Sesquicentennial Mural Brochure – .pdf 4.4MB About the Artist Thomas D. Mahady was born in Nyack, New York, and raised in Stamford, Conneticut. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from South Hampton College and completed his final internship with Roy Lichtenstein. […]
Location: Reed-Keppler Park 129 West National Street The Wood Spirits tree carving by Bill Baker…