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Art Lakeview…A Pop-Up Gallery!

Written by on September 16th 2013

It’s fall again, so that means back to school, crunchy leaves and Art Lakeview!  This year we will be featuring the work of Doug Haight.

Haight’s current work focuses on his recent visit  to Havana, Cuba.  After spending a week there with virtually all waking hourse spend attached to his camera. Haight returned home with over 6,000 images that represent his sense of the tremendously vibrant city of Havana, its passionate people and its flourishing culture. 

We are excited to have this work in the windows here at Eye Spy and join Lakeview as they create Art Lakeview once again.



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Written by on July 19th 2012

Like small businesses (of course you do you are reading our blog after all)? Like local artists (I mean who doesn’t)? Then  POP UP! and POP on down to Art Lakeview Pop-Up Art Experience! What is Art Lakeview you may ask? During the week of July 21-29th the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce along with local businesses on Lincoln and Southport will host local artists. There is a main gallery at the Chicago Photography Center, conveniently right across the street from us, and you are welcome to shop hop up and down the street and take in all the lovely art!

Our artist is our Queen’s dad, Bob Fields! We are so excited to get to be surrounded by his beautiful work.  Fields has exhibited in several group shows locally. He has led adult drawing classes and as well has having worked with kids in the Chicago Park District creating woodcraft projects. Fields earned his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Industrial Design from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Much of his body of work including sculpture, drawings, photography and prints have been exhibited locally, and are currently being collected and commissioned for installation around the Chicagoland area and beyond.

Fields is a minimalist working with form and composition. His work references philosophy, history and the built environment. Constructing low-relief wall pieces from a mixture of new and reclaimed materials, Fields then over paints the piece, covering each with multiple layers of paint building up a beautiful texture. Fields is continually exploring embossed prints on paper.

Come on by and check out Bob’s new work!

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