Friday, July 14, 2017

Rodney Dollah Presents:

Rodney Dollah Presents:

9 Down.
Nine Years of Explosive Art with ATOMIC SKETCH!

Please join us this July for an Atomic Sketch 9 Year Anniversary, Celebrating Chicago's emerging artists and the Art Lovers that support them.

For the past 9 years, Atomic Sketch has played host to the up and coming and well-established Chicago Artist. For these 9 years, Atomic has helped art lovers of all kinds find amazing artwork to purchase at a fraction of the cost that would have been paid for in a gallery.

This July, we will honor our Artists from the past and present with the opening of the “9 Down” Gallery Show, featuring well over 40 artists from our past history of Live Art making.

We will also be hosting a very special Artists Panel this month, which will also be creating Live Art for sale throughout the evening.

Our Attending Panel of Artists for the evening, are as followed:

Brian Keller
Jim Terry
Junk Yard
Mac Blackout

AND our Featured Gallery Artists, you will also find below:

Adam Augustyn
Alejandro Rosado
Alexandria Nicole Ortiz
Angel Onofre
Brian Hofmeister
Brian Keller
Chad Edwards
Cheri Charlton
Chris Gallevo
Conrad Javier
Corinne Halbert
Cristina Beller
Danesh Kothari
Dave Punk
Don Gratzke
Emmanuel L White Eagle
Fernando Caldera (FEDZ)
Gabriel Garcia Fraire
Jane Labowitch
Jim Terry
Jonathan La Mantia
Joshua Gilley
Juan Serrano (ACTION)
Junk Yard
Mac Blackout
Maria the wolf
Marko Radulovic
Max Bare
Melissa Sue Stanley
Oscar Joyo
Osvaldo Carmona
Pat Loboyko
Randy Barias
Raul Ra
Shawn Smith
Susie Xiong

So, don’t forget the following date!:
JULY 27th, 2017 from 6pm to 10pm

All taking place and happening at
the very cool and amazing:
Green Eye Lounge
2403 W Homer St.
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 227-8851

*Not on the panel this month? No problem. Atomic Sketch is an artist friendly event. Bring your art making tools and make art with us, all throughout the night. FREE entrance but Must be 21+ to attend.

Please make sure to visit the official Facebook Event Page for further happenings:

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