RNDD Gallery Walk Preview – Part 4

Due to great success, the River North Design District (RNDD) Fall Gallery Walkwill return on Friday September 8th, 2017.  The RNDD Fall Gallery Walk is open to the public and free with the exception of two special events (more information here).

Each participating showroom will be exhibiting designer vignettes from Chicago’s top designers as they showcase living settings with artwork created by some of the brightest stars in the art world today, curated by Daniel Kinkade Fine Art. Showrooms will have extended hours during the event until 9pm.  The works will be exhibited until October 8th.

We have some really amazing partnerships in the works for this year and wanted to share a sneak peek with you.

MOOD | Design + Build by Candy Scott featuring Robert Porazinski on Exhibit at Studio41

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225 West Hubbard Street Chicago, IL 60654

Visit the Studio41 showroom during the RNDD Gallery Walk to view a vignette designed by Candy Scott of MOOD | Design + Build featuring works by artist Robert Porazinski from 4-9pm.

Robert Porazinski: My work is inspired by natural and manufactured forms – the juxtaposition of gestural, painterly strokes and bold, defined compositions. The borders of the painting are the confines in which these forces are constantly being negotiated. The underlying painting is an accumulation of marks made from squeegees, trowels, sponges and brushes and in some cases, written text – all contributing to a visually rich surface. Shapes made from cut paper create the silhouettes that serve as a stencil for the composition. These forms give purpose and context to the underlying chaos. The fluctuation between abstraction and representation create ambiguities that invite a dialogue for interpretation. These characteristics are inherent in the work of early and mid 20th century artists for whom I have an affinity for and am continually referencing in my paintings.

Candy Scott, founder of MOOD | Design + Build, has 15 years of experience in the field of interior design including both residential, and commercial settings.  As the lead senior designer and creative director of the team, she has a genuine desire to create special places reflecting the heart and soul of our clients. Candy graduated from Meredith college in Raleigh, NC with a Bachelor’s of Science in Interior Design. Through the years, she has won multiple awards working with large developer and corporate clients outfitting high rise condominium lobbies, clubrooms, and model show homes. In 2014 she founded MOOD | Design + Build, where she has continued to work with residential clients and small business owners on their homes, offices, and small scale commercial interiors.

Michael Del Piero Good Design featuring Greg Dickerson on Exhibit at Oscar Isberian

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120 W Kinzie St Chicago, IL 60654

Visit the Oscar Isberian showroom from 4-9pm on September 8th. Minneapolis based artist Greg Dickerson will be creating drawings onsite and objects from interior designer and globetrotter Michael Del Piero’s travels will be on display as well. Live raffle drawings throughout the evening. Win art, handwoven rugs and dining gift certificates. Light fare will be served & provided by Sayat Nova Armenian Restaurant.  Also featuring live music. You won’t want to miss this event!

Fine artist, Greg Dickerson received his Master of Fine Arts Degree from Minneapolis College of Art and Design.  Two decades of work has led Greg to focus on using tactile materials combined with paint on both canvas and wood panels.  His vision is realized by working with the idea that immediacy allows for the conceptual process between elements and materials to interact. His work is best known for its’ playful abstraction and his exploration of color and form.

Michael Del Piero founded Michael Del Piero Good Design in 2007 based on three simple principals: Strive for balance. Create interiors as current as they are enduring, as sophisticated as they are approachable, and as unusual as they are beautiful. And take care of clients as if they are royalty, serving their needs and lifestyles above all else. A curious soul and a world traveler, Del Piero is known for her accomplished eye and uncommon knack for a serene and simple mix that bridges generations of style. Her distinct aesthetic fuses rough with luxurious and ancient with modern. Her fresh approach to “the mix” has garnered accolades from a worldwide and most discerning clientele.

Anne Abueva on Exhibit at The Rug Company

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320 N Clark St., Chicago, IL 60654

Visit The Rug Company showroom during the RNDD Gallery Walk from 4-9pm and enjoy complimentary drinks while viewing the amazing artworks by Anne Abueva!

Anne Abueva has worked in the visual arts and interior design for over 15 years.  Her studio practice has steadily become a larger and larger part of her life, especially in the past 2 years.  This collection of paintings is a visual expression of Anne’s life experiences, including grief and loss.  Her process is unabashedly on display with layers of color, texture and an appreciation for the spontaneous and unexpected.

Adam Siegel’s Wabi-Sabi on Exhibit at The Golden Triangle After-Party

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330 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60654

Artist Adam Siegel presents his new series Wabi-Sabi in collaboration with Vosges for the After-Party at The Golden Triangle. Adam Siegel takes guests through a special artistic journey of the senses with art, chocolate pairings and live music. The After Party will take place from 8-10pm during the Gallery Walk and Space is Limited! Get your tickets today!

Tickets for the After-Party are $25/ea, space is limited.

Chicago artist Adam Siegel is nationally recognized for his breadth of work as an abstract painter and photographer collaborating with museums and large-scale corporate installations. Fusing iconic forms with texturally rich color, Siegel constructs his large paintings and photographs in multiple layers that immerse the viewer into a meditative space.  Inspired by his personal collections of 17th and 18thcentury works including Japanese kimono designs, natural history illustrations, and quixotic manuscripts he uses new technology alongside collected imagery. His works bridge new to old, high to low, reverie to the achingly simple.

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the River North Design District (RNDD) Fall Gallery Walk on September 8th!

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