Art Gallery

The Village of Lincolnwood proudly displays artwork of local artists in Village Hall. The art gallery is located in Village Hall at 6900 N. Lincoln Ave. and available for public viewing Monday through Friday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Exhibits typically run for two months. This page will provide current information on the artists that are currently showcasing their art work at the gallery. Please refer to this site for updated information. For more information contact Shirley Engelstein, Fine Arts Coordinator, at (847) 674-3806.

Current Exhibit:
by Sandra Holubow

January through February

Image: Galena Farmhouse

Artist Statement
The next Village Hall Art Gallery begins with the new year on January 2, 2018 with a Bicentennial Celebration. Award winning artist Sandra Holubow grew up in Illinois and used its places and spaces as her backdrop, the source of her inspiration for this Bicentennial Celebration. In working on this Bicentennial project, her purpose was not to create a photo realism of Illinois towns and cities, but to present a feeling of life in the Heartland, the richness of its soil and the diversity of its people.
Meet Sandra in person at her Art Gallery Exhibit on January 16, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. in Village Hall.

Upcoming Exhibit:
by Lucille Herman

March through April

Artist Statement
I want to create a space and open a door for the viewer to reflect, explore, and be surprised. What excites me is how I arrive at the completed painting. The choice of color, its placement, its relationship to another, its disappearanceĀ and reappearance, the growth of layers and the removal of paint is both spontaneous and intentional. I use a palette knife to move the paint across the canvas. The process is what I love. This current series focuses on cosmic maps, celestial wanderings and voyages.
Meet Lucille in person at her Art Gallery Exhibit on March 6, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. in Village Hall.