2017 Exhibit at Madron Gallery / [R]evolution – by Dusty Folwarczny, Eric W. Stephenson and Terrence Karpowicz.

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[R]evolution – Works by Dusty Folwarczny, Eric W. Stephenson and Terrence Karpowicz

The first time in Madron’s history is a sculpture-only show

Exhibit runs September 5-November 10, 2017.

Visit by Appointment.

Location: Madron Gallery
1000 W North Avenue, Chicago, 60642.

MADRON GALLERY:  For over a decade, Madron Gallery has handled American art of the finest quality. As a premier gallery dealing in impressionist and post-impressionist art, Madron exposes its clients to some of the finest art commercially available. With hundreds of works in inventory, Madron highlights works by turn-of-the-century artists in various mediums including paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures. Stylistically, our inventory includes impressionism, social realism, Ashcan, tonalism and modernism. Artists in the collection include Oscar Bluemner, Theodore Earl Butler, Robert Vonnoh, William Glackens, Ben Shahn, John H. Twachtman and many others including a selection of Chicago artists. For more..click here..

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[R]evolution - by Dusty Folwarczny, Eric W. Stephenson, and  Terrence Karpowicz

[R]evolution – by Dusty Folwarczny, Eric W. Stephenson, and Terrence Karpowicz

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[R]evolution – Works by Dusty Folwarczny, Eric W. Stephenson and Terrence Karpowicz.

Images from Artist Reception on September 28, 2017.

From the Madron Gallery website.. click here..

One artist sees a scrap pile of steel and considers how to make something from nothing. Another finds creative inspiration through the observation of windmills and watermills. And a third creates works of art focused in part on the juxtaposition of the human form and technology.

All of these sculptors have their works on display at Madron Gallery’s current “(R)evolution” exhibition, which for the first time in Madron’s history is a sculpture-only show.

A common theme among the three featured sculptors is the projection of nature through man-made objects, including industrial materials like steel. Terrence Karpowicz, Eric W. Stephenson and Dusty Folwarczny, all of whom are based in Chicago, build sculptures that demand a view from every angle in works that evolve and communicate based on different lighting and perspectives. Their works carry weight, light and movement in multiple dimensions which change and develop with the motion of the viewer.sees a scrap pile of steel and considers how to make something from nothing. Another finds creative inspiration through the observation of windmills and watermills. And a third creates works of art focused in part on the juxtaposition of the human form and technology.

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Dusty Folwarczny / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

Dusty Folwarczny / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

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Eric W. Stephenson  / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

Eric W. Stephenson / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

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Terrence Karpowicz / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

Terrence Karpowicz / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

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Eric W. Stephenson  / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

Eric W. Stephenson / [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

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Artist Reception for [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

Artist Reception for [R]evolution at Madron Gallery

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