Category Archives: Sculptor: Women Artists

 

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Haymarket Memorial - by Mary Brogger

Location: Desplaines St. between Lake and Randolph Sts..

Description: Bronze, H 15 ft. x W 9 ft. x L 16 ft.

This memorial marks the actual spot where the wagon used as the speaker's platform stood on the evening of May 4, 1886.

The site of Haymarket Tragedy was designated a Chicago Landmark on...

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As an Indian living in the US, I am quite aware of the stereotypes associated with India - an overpopulated country with chaotic traffic. Land of Taj Mahal, Yoga and Bollywood. Land of Sacred Cows and curry, and also land of Call Centers and Bangalore. All that is correct. I won't dispute any of it.  But I believe I share a common experience with many Indians, that India...

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Some days back I attended a very interesting lecture series at Chicago Cultural Center "Women Sculptors of Chicago - Not for Men Only." Each of the 11 participating woman sculptors have carved their place in a male dominated profession, and were sharing their experiences in a lively, fun, interactive discussion, which was very educational as well. As much as I enjoyed the series, I...
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The Milky Way - by Renee Robbins

Location: 1130 S Michigan Avenue

2016 Wabash Arts Corridor.. click here..

Renee Robbins is a Chicago based artist. She loves exploring relationship between micro and macro factors in nature and in cosmos. "Life presents enchanting explorations through tiny cells, flowering botanicals, rare specimens, brilliant carnivals, and celestial bodies. I position...
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