– Current Art –

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Katie Meuser

A native of Nebraska, Katie Meuser has experienced openness, breadth, and a variety of landscape that has shaped her pieces through her artistic journey into the modern spaces of her Chicago home. In the open country Katie has seen splendor in chaos and control living in harmony and has been able to focus these ideas into a contemporary style of non-objective and expressionist abstract art with an emphasis on figures, color fields, and moving hues in her pieces. Her work has been seen in modern and contemporary galleries throughout the Chicagoland area as well as being a part of Activate Chicago, Chicago Ideas Week, and Raw Chicago. Through her evolving process of color ratios and meticulously expanding, water-like designs Katie has found inspiration in the change and movement of the tones across large canvases and the opportunities her large-scale formats have to offer. 

You can see her work at www.katiemeuser.com and on instagram at klmeuser. 

For sales and pricing inquires please contact the artist Katie Meuser at 2ktrex@gmail.com.


– Past Art –

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Joshua Backus


Joshua Backus makes improvisational paintings of perceptual phenomena that engage the tension between physical encounter and apprehension of image.  Recent work applies iridescent and interference colors to varying surfaces to create paintings that respond to the light and space they are viewed within.

Joshua Backus (b. 1981 Syracuse, NY) is a conceptual painter who lives and works in Chicago.  Art handler by day, he is classically trained (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia), and holds a BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from the University of Chicago. He has exhibited work at Logan Center for the Arts (Chicago, IL), Sullivan Galleries (Chicago) and the Everson Museum of Art (Syracuse, NY). 


– Past Art –


Stephen Eichhorn: Orchids


Stephen Eichhorn creates intricately detailed collages of new micro-ecosystems. Using collected historical botany textbooks and publications, Eichhorn painstakingly cuts out and layers plant parts and minerals to wood panel, brass, and other materials, often to profound and mesmerizing effect. 

Stephen Eichhorn (American, born 1984) lives and works in Chicago. He has had solo exhibitions at the Elmhurst Art Museum, Chicago (2012); CES Gallery, Los Angeles (2014); Johalla Projects, Chicago (2014, 2016) and Ebersmoore, Chicago (2012, 2011). His work has also been included in group exhibitions at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2011); Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York (2008); and Heaven Gallery, Chicago (2009, 2008). Eichhorn received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2006.