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19 January

You can find modern paintings in Chicago by many figurative artists, but not many as quirky as Wisconsin born, Terri Hallman. She is an extraordinarily driven and innovative artist. For Hallman, her art is in the process itself, which she regards as the essence of her work. On the surface, the work may appear simple, […]

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6 January

As we enter the New Year, take note…2017’s home trends call for a move away from rooms of predominately gray and taupe tones and towards a new pallet of jewel tones. These lush colors include greens, deep blues, amethyst, rose quartz and fiery orange. As a Chicago gallery specializing in large paintings, we have begun […]

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9 December

As a Chicago original art dealer, we are often asked: “Why collect original art? Why is art important?” Following are a series statements, collected from the world of art. Art is a language that speaks to all people everywhere in the world. It cuts across social, educational and economic barriers. The study of art is […]

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15 November

Art Post Gallery, one of the top Chicago art galleries, has discovered Carol Browning, an abstract expressionist artist from Denver. Carol earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (with honors) from the University of Colorado. She spent 20 years as an interior designer, all the while keeping her passion for painting alive, until she made […]

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10 November

  As one of the top Chicago contemporary art galleries, we are pleased to introduce Phil Saxon. Phil creates completely original, figurative mixed media paintings on paper and canvas that appear at once both contemporary and aged. Saxon’s subjects and style, although individually unique, are strongly influenced by the early 20th century modernist artists, especially […]

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