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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 love running and biking. I carry my camera and shoot pictures of my favorite routes- and water features are usually a part of them. I love being outside and feeling stronger with each run or ride. I can remember those feelings through my pictures.Jimmy M.
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.
My favorite picture is the silhouette of the horse near Union Station. That horse represents freedom as he flies across the sky free.Tom D.
I really like taking pictures of flowers, abstracts and water. All these things are constantly changing. That’s why I like the night sky. It’s a sign of what’s coming next; rain, nightfall, and eventually the stars will come out.Chester P.
Could this shadowy figure be Jesus in disguise surveying the premises and judging the living? And behold. I am coming soon. Blessed is the one who keeps the word of the prophecy of this book. REVELATION 22:7Calvin L.
I like the show. It gives me something to do when I’m not in the hospital with my C.O.P.D. I enjoy it!Roberta J.
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.
Photography is a way to dive into the natural world and snap momentos of those beautiful moments. I was walking along and the “moment” jumped out at me when I saw the light behind the building and the tree branch in front of it. It was like the building framed the tree. Being a nature lover, I thought it was a great picture.Kelvin C.
I carry my camera with me because you never know when you’ll come up on something. Like these flowers growing on the steel beam of the El. It reminds me of ivy growing on houses, but more beautiful. My images reveal elements of our surroundings that are often missed by the naked eye and only revealed in the developments of the photograph. Sometimes you don’t realize all the lines, colors, and shapes of the urban landscape until it’s revealed in a photograph.Neal H.
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Category Archives: Chicago Art Community/Other Photo Exhibitions
Join us from 6-9PM TONIGHT at 2156 N. Damen Avenue in Chicago, as the iconic ARC Gallery opens an exciting new exhibit featuring photographic artwork created by ASV artists. Our warmest thanks to everyone at ARC Gallery for this wonderful … Continue reading
Chicago’s renowned ARC Gallery, 2156 N. Damen Avenue has generously offered to host a special exhibit featuring photos taken by ASV artists. The show will run from May 24 through June 17. An Opening Night reception will take place this Friday, May 26, … Continue reading
For the second year in a row, ASV is delighted to be one of 300 featured vendors and the widely-popular Spring One-Of-A-Kind Show, held at the Merchandise Mart April 28-30. This fabulous shopping experience features a wide range of items … Continue reading
There was a fabulous turnout and fabulous accolades for ASV artists at the recent Spring launch of the One Of A Kind Show at the Merchandise Mart. Pictured above are (l. to r.) Catholic Charities Project Director Katie Tuten, with Andrew … Continue reading
Chicago’s wildly-popular ONE OF A KIND SHOW at the Merchandise Mart is debuting a special Spring Show, starting today and ASV is one of the vendors there! Shop from 0ver 300 skilled artisans showcasing a wide array of fabulous merchandise. ASV … Continue reading
The popular One Of A Kind Show is adding a Spring Show in 2016 and for the first time ever, After Supper Visions will be one of 300 featured vendors at this special event at The Mart, 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza … Continue reading
The March 14th edition of The New York Times featured an article in its Arts and Design section that sounded awfully familiar. There are exciting similarities, indeed, between ASV and a photo exhibition recently debuting outside City Hall in Paris, France: To read the article, copy … Continue reading
ASV is thrilled to be collaborating with the Chicago Photography Center to bring the work of ASV artists to its expansive community of art enthusiasts. Over the past seven years, CPC volunteers have worked with over fifty adults who live … Continue reading
ASV is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the Chicago Park District this Spring. The CPD will be showing a documentary on homelessness at CPD locations, during the last week in May and the first week in June. ASV will have a table set up … Continue reading