I wanted to volunteer and start teaching free jewelry workshops to Adults at Budlong Woods Library. My first call starts on April 27th 2:30 to 3:00. Please call to be place on the list.
Chicago Women Artist: Jewelry, Sculpture, Paper, Painting, Ceramic, Fiber
Deb Flagel was born in Michigan and raised in Indiana. She graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington with a B.S. in Art Education. After spending several years in Washington DC, she returned to the Midwest to attend The School of the Art Institute of Chicago receiving an MFA in Visual Communication. Deb has exhibited in Chicago, New York and a few places in between. Her heart and imagery remain closely tied to the Midwest. For more information visit http://www.debflagel.com
Curators: Carmen M. Perez and Mary Stoppert.
Opening reception: November 15- 6:00-9:00
20 years celebration.
Woman Made Gallery.
I am one of the feature artist. Stop by to view the video
A Wonderful Mexican Painter
Woman Made Gallery is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization founded in 1992. Its goal is to support women in the arts by providing opportunities, awareness, and advocacy. It specifically accomplishes this through monthly thematic exhibitions which raise public awareness and recognition of women's cultural contributions.
Art By Latina Artists (ABLA) celebrates Latina artists in various art forms including traditional fine artists, written word, musical, artesanias and independent designers.
This webite is a work in progress that began in August, 2015. It has been created to assist artists, students, educators, feminists and all those interested in art, and specifically the art by women in obtaining information about select women artists, both historic and emerging.
The creator and administrator of the Women Artists website is Beate Minkovski, founding executive director of Woman Made Gallery in Chicago. Minkovski has guided WMG from 1992 through December 2014. She continues to devote her time and energy to promote the work by women artists. (Woman Made Gallery space and paintings by Ulli Rooney ; photo by Tom Van Eynde)