Just Good Art 2007

The Hyde Park Art Center’s benefit auction Just Good Art , featuring works by over 100 Chicago artists, makes its annual appearance on Saturday, October 20 at 7pm. This year’s auction exhibition features new works by some of Chicago’s well known as well as emerging artists. This year, we will keep the adrenaline and excitement going with “dueling” auctioneers. Two of Chicago’s most vibrant art personalities duke it out for your bids on the gallery floor: Victoria Espy Burns, Principal of Burns Sowder, an arts advisory that uses art and culture to transform people, organizations and brands, v.s. Thomas McCormick, Director of Thomas McCormick Gallery.

If you wish to place a proxy bid, please call Allison Peters at the Art Center 773.324.5520 x 1010 before Saturday, Oct. 20th at 5 pm. The live auction takes place on Saturday, October 20 at 7 pm. The event includes an evening of drinks, music, food by Homemade Pizza Co., and bidding for your favorite works of art. Tickets for the auction are $30 for members and $35 for the general public. Advance bids on auction items are accepted and proxy bidding can be arranged in advance through the Art Center. Valet parking will be available for $10. Just Good Art continues the tradition of catering to both novice and seasoned art collectors by offering a unique opportunity to purchase new works by well-respected artists at very reasonable costs while supporting Chicago’s oldest alternative art institution. All proceeds from the auction go to the Hyde Park Art Center’s Exhibitions and Education programming. Special thanks to Bar Louie (Hyde Park), Homemade Pizza Company, and Ms. Shomer’s class at The Ray Graham Training Center in Chicago for all of their help with the invitations.

  • October 6, 2007 – October 20, 2007
  • Gallery 1

Just Good Art 2007

Featured Artists

Roberta Reb Allen, Jane Fulton Alt, Angela Altenhofen, Aviva Alter, Candida Alvarez, Tim Anderson, John E. Bannon, Sandra Binion, M.J. Blanoff, Janet Bloch, Deborah Boardman, Mark Booth, Phyllis Bramson, Amanda Browder, Max King Cap, Rodney Carswell, Peggy Casey, Juan Angel Chavez, Virginia Clark, Jeanine Coupe, Ryding Ollie Dantzler, Guerra de la Paz, Andrea DeMers, Mary Jane Duffy, Jason Dunda, Kenneth Ellis, Brad Farwell, James Garrett Faulkner, Michael Ferris, Jr., Christopher Furman, Theaster Gates, Ben Gest, Ron Gordon, Jennifer Greenburg, Scott Gruss, Andy Hall, Alice Hargrave, Mark Hereld, Ed Hinkley, Cody Hudson, Industry of the Ordinary, Carol Jackson, Chuck Jones, Sarah Kaiser, Thomas Kapsalis, Sonia Katz, Debra Kayes, Jackie Kazarian, Mary Kennedy, Emmett Kerrigan, Shannon Kerrigan, Dennis Kowalski, Linda Kramer, Anna Kunz, Christian Kuras & Duncan MacKenzie, Nate Larson, Michael Lash, Karen Lebergott, Angela Lee, Michelle Litvin and Mike Famous, John Lustig, Jennifer Mannebach, Amy E. Mayfield, Renee McGinnis, Joe McIlhany, Christopher Meerdo, Krystal Meisel, John Miller, Scott Mossman, Kumiko Murakami, Matthew Nicholas, Paul Nudd, Michael O’Brian,t Raul Ortiz, Jane Overton, Tom Palazzolo, Randall Pants, Lorraine Peltz, Mark Phillips, Jason Pickleman, Kim Piotrowski, Marilyn Propp, Andrei Rabodzeenko, Brigitte Riesebrodt, Darrell Roberts, Jenny Roberts, Judith Serling-Sturm, Mary Seyfarth, Alice Shaddle, Elizabeth Shreve, Johannah Silva, Deb Sokolow, Travis Leroy Southworth, Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, Robert Stanley, Tema Stauffer, Jane Stevens, Pat Swanson, Fraser Taylor, Lee Tracy, Frank Trankina, Nancy Van Kanegan, Jessica Vaughn, B. Pete Wade, Dan S. Wang, Dale Washington, Ian Weaver, Glenn Wexler, Rhonda Wheatley, Tamasha Williamson, and Mirtes Zwierzynski.


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