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Gwendolyn Zabicki
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Open Studios, May 21st 2 to 5pm at the Hyde Park Art Center
Come say goodbye and see the paintings I made during my residency at the Hyde Park Art Center, this Sunday, May 21st 2017 from 2 to 5pm. It was a wonderfully productive and delightful time. 

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New Paintings
Two Mirrors, 46 x 32 inches, oil on canvas, 2017.  Mirror (winter), oil on canvas, 36 x 32 inches, 2017.  Door Mirror, oil on canvas, 46 x 16 inches, 2017. 

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New Paintings
A Mirror Sprayed with Vinegar,  oil on canvas,  46 x 36 inches,  2017   Clean Your Mirrors with Vinegar,  oil on canvas,  28 x 21 inches,  2017.

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The Minds I
Anne Harris invited me to draw a self portrait with her at the Ed Paschke Art Center as part of her on going project, The Mind's I . It will be on view until April 8th, 2017.  I think I look like a placid little gentleman in this drawing, which I am fine with.

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Artist In Residence
I'm an artist in residence at the Hyde Park Art Center until May 2017. I'm here all the time anyway, so it's nice to have a sun-lit spacious studio to work (nap) in. 

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New Painting
                     That Smelly Sponge, oil on canvas, 12in x 16in, 2017

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Paintings in Progress
Lots of new work in progress. Some details:    Paper Towels are for Rich People (detail) How do you Fix a Smelly Sponge? (detail) Mom Dusted with our Old Underpants (detail)

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Mural for Field Notes
In October I painted a mural for Coudal Partners , the makers of the very cute  Field Notes notebooks.                                        I found the image in the archives at the Chicago History Museum.            My pal Kent and I projected it, and pai...

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So many idiots at the Louvre


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Treasures from Paris
I went to Paris in October. Here are just three of the gems I saw: (At the Louvre) a Study of Hands by Largillierre (1715) Francois Biard, Magdalena Bay, 1841. One of my favorite paintings ever. These explorers are exhausted and near death, but get to see s...
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