Why Wait for George Lucas' "Star Wars" Museum?

George Lucas is looking at Chicago as a potential home for his significant art and movie collection. Why wait to see original Star Wars art when you can see some of Dave Dorman's paintings and more at Hevanston Gallery right now? Melissa Harris outlined the Lucas hunt for a home for his art collection in this April 10, Chicago Tribune Business Section article. George Lucas currently has dozens of Dorman's star Wars paintings in his personal collection. Dave will be discussing his art and techniques on Tuesday, April 22 at 6:30PM at Hevanston, along with artist, Aaron B. Miller, also discussing his work.

Dave Dorman & Aaron B. Miller Gallery Tour and Talk

On Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at Hevanston Gallery, Dave Dorman and Aaron B. Miller will go through their paintings in the "into Dreams - The Illustrators" show and explain their painting techniques and the creation of these works on display. They will both be available for a Question and Answer session to shed additional light on their careers, their work and the art world as they live it. Attendance is free to the public.

"Into Dreams - The Illustrators" Opening Night

We would like to thank everyone who came to the opening of "Into Dreams - The Illustrators" last night. It was great to see everyone enjoying the spectacular art by Dave Dorman, Aaron B. Miller, and Douglas Klauba. The show will be up for the month of April, so tell your friends who were unable to make it out.

During April we will be bringing back the artists to discuss their work and how they created these paintings. We will have the schedule up shortly here at Hevanston.com.

Dave Dorman in Upcoming Show

Painting legend Dave Dorman's interpretation of Jules Verne's Captain Nemo (Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea) will be featured in our upcoming show, Into Dreams - The Illustrators. 

© Dave Dorman

"Into Dreams - The Illustrators" Opening

On Friday, April 4, 2014 our new show "Into Dreams - The Illustrators" will open. We are very excited to be bringing this group of artists to Hevanston. Featuring Dave Dorman, Douglas Klauba and Aaron B. Miller, among others, the show will showcase paintings that bring stories to life.