“Gemini Spacecraft” Featuring Randal Stringer & Peter Steeves

Morpho Gallery

Jun. 3, 2016, 06:00 pm

5216 N. Damen
(773) 878-4255


Morpho Gallery
“Gemini Spacecraft”
Featuring Randal Stringer & Peter Steeves
Show dates: June 3rd – June 29th
Opening Reception: June 3rd, 6-9pm

May 2016 (Chicago) Morpho Gallery is pleased to announce Gemini Spacecraft, an exhibition put on by artists Randal Stringer & Peter Steeves. The exhibit will run from June 3rd to July 29th. Opening night for the show is June 3rd, 6-9pm.

About Randal Stringer: Based near the city of Chicago, Randal Stringer works as a commercial designer and artist under the moniker Artworks380. His talents have been sought after by clients in advertising, design and publication.
For his personal work he has developed a highly rendered digital painting style through which he explores themes that reflect a wide variety of subject matter, ranging from personal self-discovery to urban, socio-economical reflection. While the work deals with imaginative content, his inspiration comes from the endless imaginary and real concepts of the world, from intricate to minimal forms, ideas and more, all enhanced with bold and vivid colors. This juxtaposition of new and old ideas results in the end expression of his work, simple yet complex modern fine art with infinite interpretation and possibilities that challenge convention.

About Peter Steeves: Peter M. Steeves is a self-taught artist with a career that has spanned over twenty years. His work can be found on exhibit throughout the Chicagoland area. The work merges elements of primitive symbolic, postmodern realism with a bit of a surrealistic twist, focusing on the emotion of images and pointilated patterns. The subjects of the art are pulled from his subconscious and transferred to the canvas to allow the artist and the viewer to analyze their meanings. He sits on the board of the Elmhurst Artist Guild, as well as Gallery Chairman for the Guild Gallery at the Elmhurst Art Museum.
The driving force behind the art is the fact that it is cheaper than therapy for both the artist and the collectors.



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