5th Annual RNDD Gallery Walk Preview – Part 6

Now in its 5th year, the River North Design District (RNDD) Fall Gallery Walk will return on Friday, September 6th & Saturday, September 7th 2019.  The RNDD Fall Gallery Walk is free and open to the public with the exception of two special events (more information here).

The walk will feature showrooms exhibiting designer vignettes from Chicago’s top designers as they showcase living settings highlighting artwork created by some of the brightest stars in the art world today. Showrooms will have extended hours during the event on September 6th until 9pm.  The vignettes will be exhibited until October 7th.

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

Kelly Hurliman Design featuring John Bannon of Ken Saunders Gallery on exhibit at Renaissance Tile & Bath

555 N Franklin Chicago, IL 60654

Electrify the night at Renaissance Tile & Bath’s newly curated showroom.  Sip on a signature ‘Blue Tile-tini’ while listening to the sweet melodies of Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy & Howlin’ Wolf.  Get inspired with an eclectic vignette by Kelly Hurliman Design featuring the illuminated “Lingering Kiss” by Chicago artist John E. Bannon of Ken Saunders Gallery.

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Design by Kelly Hurliman Design, Photography by Erin Konrath

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Artwork by John Bannon of Ken Saunders Gallery

Alan Design Studio featuring Jennifer Webster with Daniel Kinkade Fine Art at 210 Design House

210 W Illiniois Chicago, IL 60654

‘Hanky Panky’ at 210 Design House as all are invited to ‘lounge’ at the vignette created by Ruthie Alan of Alan Design Studio while you are Razzle Dazzle’d’ In Bad Form by the art of Jennifer Webster.  Bring your imagination and be ready to transcend through the centuries as you imbibe on chef-driven libations and sweet treats.

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Design by Alan Design Studio, Photography by Dustin Halleck

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Artwork by Jennifer Webster via Daniel Kinkade Fine Art

Alida Coury Interiors featuring Colt Seager at Calia Stone Boutique

154 W Hubbard St. Chicago, IL 60654

Lift the veil between heaven and earth as Colt Seager reveals his latest art series in the serene setting of Calia Stone Boutique. The rich tones of marble and quartz act as a backdrop to the form, balance, and rhythm of Seager’s abstract works.  A romantic Bohemian setting that connects you to the peace and love of art, embraced by a live set of Latin acoustic guitars strumming. We invite you to take a sip of comfort and warm your soul on a soothing sojourn from the conscious dreams of Alida Coury Interiors.

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Design by Alida Coury Interiors

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Artwork by Colt Seager

Centaur Interiors featuring Tyler Shields on exhibit at Samuel Lynne Galleries 

215 W Huron St. Suite #1 Chicago, IL 60654

Chicago and Centaur Interiors bring you the newest collection of avant-garde photography from Tyler Shields – named the Andy Warhol of our generation, and making headlines at Sotheby’s Erotic: Passion & Desire sale for his impressive auction success. Shields is known for his unique brand of volatile photography, representative of his trademark edgy, provocative, and daring style. Join us to view the power of Shields’ photos from his latest Fairytale, Provocateur, Paint, Indulgence, and Decadence series, and enjoy complimentary cocktails with the artist.

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Design by Centaur Interiors

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Artwork by Tyler Shields

See you on September 6th!

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