Archive for February, 2008

Interview with Lorraine Peltz: Painting Life Through Signs and Symbols

Growing up in New York in the late ‘70s, Lorraine Peltz arrived in Chicago in the ‘80s to earn an MFA at the University of Chicago. As a professional artist and teacher at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she paints about dreams, fantasies, gender issues, and parallel universes in familiar and yet surreal landscapes. She has participated in one person shows and group exhibitions nationally. In Chicago she has exhibited at the Hyde Park Art Center, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Koscielak Gallery, Printworks Gallery, the Rockford Art Museum, the Renaissance Society, and several other galleries and exhibition spaces.

Stardust
Stardust. Courtesy of Lorraine Peltz.

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