JJC Fine Arts Department Presents “Now and Then” Art Exhibition

The JJC Fine Arts Department’s latest art exhibition, “Now and Then,” is now open in the Laura A. Sprague Art Gallery , located in its new space on the first floor of J-Building on the Main Campus, 1215 Houbolt Road in Joliet. The show will run until Oct. 19.JJC Fine Arts Department Presents "Now and Then" Art Exhibition
 
The exhibit features the works of 27 former JJC art students: both pieces that were done as students that are now part of the college’s permanent collection of student art, and pieces they have completed more recently in their post-JJC careers. In total, the exhibit features 74 works of art representing a wide range of mediums, including sculpture, painting and photography.
The artists featured in the show include:
• Kelly M. Alexander, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
• Zach Balousek, Edwardsville, Illinois
• Alex Carlson, Joliet, Illinois
• Jonathan Casserilla, Woodridge, Illinois
• Anya Dankova, Shorewood, Illinois
• Ashley N. Dedin, Fargo, North Dakota
• Dante DiBartolo, Elwood, Illinois
• Adam Farcus, Baltimore, Maryland
• Margie Glass Sula, Morris, Illinois
• Jessica Harvey, Chicago, Illinois
• Melissa Heintzelman, Joliet, Illinois
• Joseph Jenner, Tulsa, Oklahoma
• Ashley Kimbro, Chicago, Illinois
• Erika Konopack Foray, Joliet, Illinois
• Tim Kowalczyk, Minonk, Illinois
• Dan Laib, Joliet, Illinois
• Jennifer Lambert, Chicago, Illinois
• Warren Miller, Joliet, Illinois
• Pedro J. Palacios, Crest Hill, Illinois
• Matt Reyna, New Orleans, Louisiana
• Stephen Edward Sainsbury, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
• Catherine Satrun, Chicago, Illinois
• Sara Satrun, Chicago, Illinois
• Lauren Turk, Channahon, Illinois
• Melissa Urbonas, Chicago, Illinois
• Neal Vandenbergh, Chicago, Illinois
• Gary A. Wilsterman, Custer Park, Illinois
Curated by JJC Art Professor Joe Milosevich and art student Pedro Palacios, this unique exhibit is the first to be held in the art gallery’s new space, the former JJC bookstore on the first floor of J-Building. A reception to celebrate the grand opening of the new art gallery will be held Oct. 11.
The exhibition is free and open to the public, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, contact the JJC Fine Arts Department at (815) 280-2223.

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