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Stephen Egert

8848 S. Elm Street
Burr Ridge, IL 60527, U.S.A.
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Email: maniacsculptor@comcast.net
URL: http://www.caconline.org

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Education

  • University of Illinois at Chicago; Chicago, Illinois
    Printmaking/Sculpture(BFA)1990
  • College of DuPage; Glen Ellyn, Illinois
    Nursing/Science/Art(ASN/AA)1987

Representation

plan B gallery
Attn: Jay Boeldt-Director
7453 W. Madison Avenue
Forest Park, Illinois 60130
708-488-1833

Home Avenue Studio; 1812 S. Home Avenue
Berwyn, Illinois 60402
708-795-0643

Chicago Artist’s Coalition; 11 E. Hubbard
Chicago, Illinois 60611
312-670-2060 www.CAConline.org

Memberships

  • Chicago Sculptures International, 2004-present
  • Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, 1991-2001


Exhibitions

  • 2001- Loyola University Medical Center; Maywood, Illinois
  • 2000- Fort Wayne Museum of Art; Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • 2000- Belloc Lowndes Fine Art; Chicago, Illinois
  • 2000- Quincy Art Center; Quincy, Illinois
  • 1999- Davenport Museum of Fine Art; Davenport, Iowa
  • 1999- Stonemetal Press; SanAntonio, Texas
  • 1999- Boston University; Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1998- Bradley University; Peoria, Illinois
  • 1998- Woodmere Art Museum; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1998- University of Hawaii; Hilo, Hawaii
  • 1997- College of Dupage; Glen Ellyn, Illinois
  • 1997- Arkansas State University; Jonesboro, Arkansas
  • 1996- University of Iowa; Iowa City, Iowa
  • 1996- The Haggin Museum; Stockton, California 

 

Artistic Statement

 

  • Bank One(Chase); Chicago, Illinois
  • Davenport Museum of Fine Art; Davenport, Iowa
  • University of Hawaii; Hilo, Hawaii
  • University of Illinois; Chicago, Illinois

 

My work attempts to gain some insight into the relationships which exist between the physical, natural, and spiritual worlds around me. These are often connected through the use of visual landscapes, which evoke not only a spiritual sense for me, but through the treatment of nature. Often I lean on narrative themes using iconic forms, and composition to expand my use of light and unnaturalistic colors as symbolic devices. My sculpture and print works strive to communicate an honest, simple approach, which hopefully illuminates the fragile balances, which surrounds us all. 

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