The Process of Discovery

Saturday, Apr 6 – May 5, 2024

1717 Central St.
Evanston, IL 60201

In The Process of Discovery, Julie Rotblatt Amrany embarks on a captivating exploration of mark-making under the auspices of “process work,” beginning with the kinetic energy inherent in the motion of the materials. As each mark takes shape, a moment unfolds ripe with potential for further exploration and expansion. Through this profound exploration of artistic expression, she invites viewers to embrace the transformative power of the present moment and the boundless potential it holds while delving into the multifaceted dimensions and limitless wonders of space.

Exhibiting her work nationwide since the early 1980s, Rotblatt Amrany’s vision centers on the fusion of spiritual and physical elements within realms of physics and astronomy. Bridging art and science, her work reflects a deep interest in mind-body connection, higher consciousness, and medical and spiritual healing through various mediums like drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, video, multimedia, and installation. She holds a BA from the University of Colorado, an MFA from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, and a Certificate in Art Education from the Art Institute of Chicago.

The Process of Discovery will be exhibited in the Second Floor Gallery of the Art Center. The opening reception is free and open to the public. This exhibition is partially funded by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and the EAC’s general membership.

Evanston Art Center, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization, is dedicated to fostering the appreciation and expression of the arts among diverse audiences. The Art Center offers extensive and innovative instruction in broad areas of artistic endeavor through classes, exhibitions, interactive arts activities, and community outreach initiatives.

Evanston Art Center is located at 1717 Central Street, Evanston, IL. Evanston Art Center Gallery Hours: Monday –Thursday 9 am–6 pm; Friday 9 am–5 pm, Saturday and Sunday 9 am–4 pm. First and second floor gallery spaces are accessible. Limited free parking is available.