Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 40
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April 7, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 40

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Pafie I* Section HI SR Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 6,1977 Machine age romanticist wins Baer $1,000 art prize \ machine age romanticist, was awarded 11,000 for her-entry in the annual Arthur A. Baer memorial art competition last Wednesday during a reception in her honor at the Beverly Art ccnter,3153 W. lllth st. Emily Pinkowski, 93, a DeerfleM artist, with a definite affinity for all things mechanical, entered her acrylic on masonite wort, "Truckin 1 on the Champs Elysees," in the art competition open by invitation only to a limited number of active Chlcagoland artists and named for the art center's founder, Arthur A. Baer. Realtor and patron of the arts, Arthur RuMoH, sponsored the competition to honor the memory of his friend, a Chicago area banker and Southwest community cfvic and cultural leader. Rubloff, wbo serves as a center director, also intended to aid the center in its cultural endeavors and encourage the work of local artists. Two prominent jurors who selected the final piece were HaroW Joachim, curator of prints and drawings, and John Keefe, curator of decorative arts, both colleagues at the Art institute. Joachim was drawn to Pinkowskl's entry as a "magnet, seeing it portray a decisive, strong-personality with a most compelling image." "The artist is a machine age romanticist. Her subject could be a gimmick, but instead, this intriguing three dimentional piece works well here as the texture of the surface becomes part of the whole expression," he said. Keefe agreed that the winning work was "a valid artistic expression drawn from a most ordinary object" The artist prefers mechanical subjects, personally interpreting life from inanimate objects such as pipes, wires and tubes and seeing them as extensions of human muscle. A founding member of Artemisia gallery, her 1976 ex- 'hibit there was "Smashed Cars," all horizontal in format, suggesting strata in earth layers and, representing to the artist, a new nature landscape. Another of her mechanical art pieces was included as an illustration to a story on local art In the December, 1976, issue of Chicago magazine. The city's bicentennial New Chicago plan report, sponsored -by the depart- ment of development and plinnlngi also ctrries one of her mechanical illustrations as a chapter preface. Pinkowjkl's work-it represented in Artemisia gallery and the Art Institute's sales and rental gallery. She has exhibited in tie Indianapolis Painting and Sculpture Today, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the summer of 1976; was the midwest artist representative selected for a three- woman show by the Women's Art center, San Francisco, in 1975; showed her work at the Butter Institute of American Art in Youngstown, 0., In 1972, and won second prize In the national show of the American Council of Polish Cultural clubs in Doylestown, Pa, Regionally, she appeared in the 27th Illinois Invitational at the state museum in Springfield in 1974; the Art institute's 1972 Chicago and Vicinity snow, and took second prize in the New Horizons in Art show in 1971. Her work also it wait sented In corporate toutt tlons at Borg-Warner a* Johnson and Johnson · well as In private coHtc tions. She started her career · a commercial artist, nut ried and took time off t raise three' sons*and t daughter before devetopfcn her new role as an exhtbtt ing artist. Grads of '67 set reunion First place winner Enfly PMwwsH's "TndoV « the Cfcanps Etyww" was the first uuuul Arthur A. Baer wenwrlal art MmfttlKtn $1,*» prize wtaaer, awarded by sponsor Arthur Rnhtoff at the Beverly Art center, J1S2 W. lllth si, Harck 3*. The 1967 graduating class of St. John Fisher school, 10301 W. Washtenaw ave., will hold its 10th anniversary reunion in the school hall from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday, May 14. Randy Dreznes, general chairman, said more than 100 graduates were in the class and the arrangements committee has been'able to contact over 160. Persons interested in attending the reunion, who have not been contacted, should call 48139 or 423- 3776. Tickets may be purchased through Dreznes at the Beverly Costume shop, 11628 S. Western ave:, at $8 each, c $15 a couple. Price of tfe ticket includes set-ups, n sic and refreshments. Set Gestalt workshop A drop-in workshop on Gestalt method will be offered Friday, ApriMS, from 8 to 10 p.m. at the* Beverly Unitarian church, 10244 S. Longwmd dr. The workshop will be conducted by Kevin Haggerty, a graduate of the Gestalt Institute of Chicago and a practicing therapist on the South Side. The Gestalt Injtitule offers drop-in workshops N the third Friday of e*d month to acquaint the p*V lie with the Gestalt method, The fee for drop-ins Is £ # for students). for the most tfnportont coy Banquets up to 2,000 95 ALL YOU CAN EAT AND DRINK and you get a Gift Ce'Ufieate for Coco Loco's Supper Club Show Dinner Come Look Around OrPttom CICERO AVE. AT 122nd ST. ERE'S OW THINGS STACK UP... YOU can put extra caih in your podnt by selling your extras with twy-to-frtice Clnjtfted Adt Well be glad to take your call and hdp you word your ad for quick, profitable ctMltt. 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