Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Chicago artists. Get inspired and try out new things.
Explore cacahuete & ananas' 2096 photos on Flickr!
Alicia Santiago saved to Wishful Thinking
The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At 560,000 square feet, the museum is New York City's second largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly 1.5 million works.
Bloc de Moda por Lorena Pérez saved to Arte
Enjoy this series of drawings of Chicago alleys by Chicago artist William Dolan. These were drawn in Sketchbook Pro with a Wacom Intuos tablet and stylus.
Located throughout the city, Chicago art galleries offer a chance to see work from emerging artists in intimate spaces.
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Artist Jim Bachor (previously) continued his guerrilla effort to remedy Chicago’s pothole problem by creating a number of flower mosaics in streets around the city. Bachor installed four mosaics through this fall while the weather cooperated, but as things get wet and cooler we’ll probably see a bit less of his, uhm, street art. I’m not sure if any of these are still around, but he keeps a list of photos and addresses where each piece was installed. More
This suggested grand tour should give you a taste of the visual variety that’s become a staple of neighborhoods all over the city.
Tamika Newhouse saved to Chicago mood board
When you're lucky enough to inherit good bones, less is always more. This beautiful rental is a love letter to vintage Chicago city living.
Elizabeth Glasgow saved to Abode
Shop fine art from our growing network of artists, collectors, estates, galleries. Specializing in works by Black American artists - great values on premier art
Chynna Williams saved to 5869 Art Inspiration
A confluence of exhibitions, including a first-ever retrospective, celebrates the feminist artist behind 'The Dinner Party.'
Looking back at the Hairy Who, the 1960s Chicago art world’s greatest branding exercise - Chicago Reader
On the eve of the collective's Art Institute retrospective, Suellen Rocca tells all. (Well, some.)
Sally Wassink saved to Drawing/Painting