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Save These Dates in 2017
April 24 Third Annual ASV "Every Sip Counts" Fundraiser At Lagunitas Tap Room.
April 28-30 ASV Featured In One Of A Kind Show + Sale At The Merchandise Mart.
June 9-11 ASV 15th Annual Photo Exhibition, 721 N. LaSalle Street.
Online orders of prints, cards and ornaments plus donations welcome year-round on this website!
I love to travel and sightsee. On this trip, I took the Metra train to Springfield where I went to a rally for people with disabilities. It was great because I met a lot of other people with and without disabilities. I think it’s important to stand up for your rights.Sandra W.
I think you can find pictures of anything just about anywhere. Jody said, ‘don’t be afraid to shake your camera,’ so I did. Can you guess what objects are in these pictures? I also like to catch the contrast between soft light and sharp images.Stevie D.
My pictures tell the story of the city’s skyline as a chameleon. From sun up, to sun down, and through the night, the skyline is always changing. My photos reflect the three phases of a full day in Chicago as expressed by the shifting appearance of the skyline.Donnell W.
I’m always on the go, looking for action and excitement, experimenting and trying new things; that’s who I am- an adventurer in Chicago. The excitement of the streets, what is revealed in the dusk and the dawn, the wonder and brilliance of the smallest insects fascinate me. Many of my pictures are shot in the rain. These rainy photos produce such a good feeling, it’s almost like time has been suspended and the moment is frozen forever.Mike B.
I selected the photo of flowers because of the beauty and colors. In the next shot, the lights shine and sparkle. In the last photo, I love the way the water flows as if fish were swimming in the water.Markeara L.
My mother recently passed away. I took this series of photographs to honor her. All the pictures are of places that are serene and peaceful and beautiful. With photography you can visualize somewhere you want to be, you should be, you could be, or might never get to be.Jeff B.
Every picture I take is special. In shooting the manhole cover, cars stopped for me. They could have run me down, but they didn’t! In the umbrella picture, it felt great to be protected by all those statues with umbrellas. I became a protected member of the group. The sculpture reminds me of times when I was on the balance beam or balancing on skates; how brave.Aisha O.
I’ve also always been fascinated by old fashioned sepia pictures. They also suggest otherworldliness. Would you think I took this picture in 2014?Dionte N.
I have been with ASV for a long time, so now I am always ready to shoot pictures when that big moment is within sight. I think that is a perfect image of Jesus. It contains all the elements of his story and it depicts his serenity and wisdom. I snapped White Sox rookie #79 Jose Abreau, because I think he will lead the Sox to victory. I love the clouds all lit up. It was as if I was receiving a postcard, it was so perfect.Kenny S.
When I took these pictures, it was like I was looking at an angel walking on the lake. When light and water come together, it is peaceful and calm. They create a moment when I feel “real.” I feel free.Robert L.
- Annual Photo Exhibition (45)
- ASV At Other Catholic Charities Events (13)
- Chicago Art Community/Other Photo Exhibitions (24)
- Corporate Sponsors/Donors (5)
- Fundraisers (5)
- Other Special Events (2)
- Photo Prints, Note Cards and Holiday Cards and Ornaments (14)
- Photo Team (1)
- Press (18)
- Program Developments (14)
- The Artists & Their Photos (11)
- Tuesday Night Supper (1)
Thank you for your interest in ASV photos. Your purchase provides direct support to the photographers, who are guests of the Catholic Charities Tuesday Night Supper Program.
How to Buy
You can help support our program by purchasing 8 x 10 Matte Prints from the 2015 After Supper Visions Photo Exhibit.Thank You and God Bless