A Variety of Art Now Available

We've got a variety of art to look at and take home up on our walls right now. We've got some big plans moving forward and we are clearing the decks. Come on by!

"Grand and Chicago" by Aaron B. Miller

"Grand and Chicago" by Aaron B. Miller

Large framed classic prints (30" x 42")

Large framed classic prints (30" x 42")

Framed WWII photos.

Framed WWII photos.

Original paintings by Joshua Klegeman

Original paintings by Joshua Klegeman

Hevanston Art Sale

Now that summer is coming to a close, we're having a sale on a wide variety of artwork. We have everything from original paintings to archival photographs and Hevanston "Just Above Chicago" t-shirts. Come on by, look at some art, buy some art, and tell us about your summer adventures.

Earth + Air Opening Reception

This weekend on Saturday, July 19th, we had the opening reception for our latest show, Earth + Air. The exhibit features watercolors, monoprints, monotypes, and tapestry from the artists - Ausrine Kerr, Jeff Busch, Carol Neiger, and David E. Dallison. It was a beautiful afternoon and the crowd discussed the work with artists Ausrine Kerr, Jeff Busch, and Carol Neiger. The show will run through August 10th and we are planning on a second opening event during evening hours sometime soon. Stay tuned!

Peggy Macnamara Presentation

Peggy Macnamara presented her work and her artistic process at Hevanston Gallery on Saturday afternoon this weekend. She was charming, educational, entertaining and a delight to listen to. She brought many of her amazing pieces with her along with tales of an artist life and how to accomplish art as part of a way of living. Thank you , Peggy, for a great talk.

Peggy Macnamara, the Chicago Field Museum's Artist-in-Residence, discusses her work at Hevanston Gallery.

Peggy Macnamara

4th of July!

Just a heads up - Hevanston Gallery will be closed for July 4th, but we will be open for our regular hours for the rest of the weekend. See you at the parade! Have a safe and happy holiday.

Jasper Johns

Chicago Tonight Interviews Dave Dorman

One of Hevanston Gallery's featured artists in the "Into Dreams - The Illustrators" exhibit, Dave Dorman, was interviewed by Phil Ponce on Channel 11's Chicago Tonight program last night. Phil asked Dave about his decades long career as a legendary illustrator and painter, as well as, what are Dave's thoughts on the proposed Lucas Museum of the Narrative Arts. George Lucas owns as many as 70-80 of Dave's original paintings and have known each other since Dave's work on the LucasArts Indiana Jones franchise. Sit back and enjoy.

Link to Chicago Tonight Interview with Dave Dorman.

Drawing From Nature with Sarah Kaiser-Amaral

One of our upcoming events related to the "Memories of Birds" exhibit opening June 7th is a learning session at Hevanston entitled, "Drawing From Nature". Artist Sarah Kaiser-Amaral will teach attendees how to draw a bird with confidence by taking a look at their actual anatomy. This session is on Sunday, July 13 at 2:00PM in the gallery. It will be limited seating so please RSVP to either hevgallery@gmail.com or let us know by calling 847-859-6468. If it is after hours, feel free to leave us a message with your name and phone number so we can confirm your reservation.

Hevanston is a fine art gallery located in lovely Evanston, Illinois.

"Into Dreams - The Illustrators"& "Memories of Birds"

Hevanston Gallery in Evanston is extending their current show "Into Dreams - The Illustrators" into May. We will be having some new pieces come in to replace the ones taking off to Spectrum Fantastic Art Live in Kansas City, MO. After this exhibition of Dave DormanAaron B Miller , Douglas Klauba, we will open a new show on June 7th.

Hevanston will be part of the Open Studios Evanston tour on Saturday June 7th (3:00PM to 8:00PM) and will have a group show called "Memories of Birds" including artists, Eleanor Spiess-Ferris, Sarah Kaiser-Amaral, and Cary Cochrane. Please join us! 531 Davis Street, Evanston, IL.

"Nemo" by Dave Dorman and "Dragons of Red Rocks Canyon" by Aaron B. Miller from the "Into Dreams - The Illustrators" show.

"Nemo" by Dave Dorman and "Dragons of Red Rocks Canyon" by Aaron B. Miller from the "Into Dreams - The Illustrators" show.

evanston is a fine art gallery located in lovely Evanston, Illinois.