A Walk Through My Mind, a solo show featuring original paintings, drawings and sculpture by EAG member, Gregory Albin Stall, will be on view in the Elmhurst Artists’ Guild Gallery.
Stall, a member of the National Audubon Society, has always had a love for the natural world, especially birds. Thus, it is no surprise that wildlife and birds feature prominently in Stall’s work. “Through my art, I enjoy showing the public the importance of the natural resource of the world's wildlife,” he explained.
In addition to birds and fish, other artworks displayed feature mammals, such as bunnies, chipmunks and a Canadian lynx. Stall chose to paint the lynx “because it is a majestic predator with very few enemies. I encourage the public to hunt wildlife with a camera and not a firearm.”
“With approximately 50 artworks ranging in price from $100 - $300, Greg’s show provides a wonderful opportunity to acquire original artworks,” commented EAG President, Charlene Lee-Freislinger. Proceeds benefit three ways, supporting the artist, the EAG and the Elmhurst Art Museum.
The public is invited to a family friendly reception on Friday, Jan 11, 2019 from 7:00 to 9:00pm where they can meet the artist.
The EAG gallery is not-for-profit, operated by the Elmhurst Artists’ Guild. It features contemporary artworks in a variety of styles and media. In addition to four member shows each year, the guild hosts exhibitions of individual members’ artwork and invitational shows for significant local artists.