Chicago Society of Artists: A 135-Year Legacy Continues

Coming in July

The Leslie Wolfe Gallery
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Chicago Society of Artists: A 135-Year Legacy Continues
                                                                                   2020 #2 – Good Riddance by Robert Schlitz     Street Artist in Amsterdam by Sandy Reibscheid
The Chicago Society of Artists is a non-profit organization established in 1887. Now well into its second century, CSA is the oldest continuing artist association in the United States. Early members of the Chicago Society of Artists including John Vanderpoel, Ivan Albright, Frances Badger, and LeRoy Neiman, established and maintained high standards for membership that continue today. Much of CSA’s renown is due to member versatility which includes painters, graphic artists, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, art critics, gallery owners, and art educators. After 135 years, CSA continues to play a significant role in the arts by providing opportunities for artists to share their art production and experiences through a continuing series of exhibitions and educational programming.

Exhibit: Tuesday, June 28 – Friday, August 5
Artist reception: Sunday, July 10 – 2 – 5 PM