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Compte Rendu; A Group Exhibition | October 22, 2020

The Grenning Gallery is pleased to announce our latest group show,  Compte Rendu which will hang from Saturday, October 10th, through November 8th. Due to social distancing guidelines, we will not be having a typical opening reception.  The gallery is now open 5 days a week, Thursday – Monday (By appointment only, on Tuesday and Wednesday). We invite you to come into the gallery, or if you’d like…

Chad Fisher Unveils Heroic Sculpture of Walter Peyton and Bears founder George Halas | August 27, 2019

Grenning Gallery Sculptor Chad Fisher Unveils Heroic Sculpture of Walter Peyton and Bears founder George Halas in front of Bears Stadium! We are excited to announce that Chad Fisher will unveil his largest, and most-important, major public commission outside of Gate 0 at Soldier Field on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019  A pair of 12-foot-tall heroic bronze sculptures of the famous former Bears running-back, Walter Payton,…

Wild Boar: A sculpture collaboration from Ben Fenske and Richard Zinon | July 1, 2019

  "Wild Boar", the striking bronze by Ben Fenske and Richard Zinon, vibrantly illustrates the 'new' Renaissance currently under way.  Spawned by major advancements in communications, travel and life sciences of the last 100 years, this cultural shift is now seen in the younger generation's art. In similar fashion to the 15th century fascination with all things classical, the perspective of these artists is a re-discovery of…

Madame Eggplant: A Nod to John Singer Sargent | June 30, 2019

Many people believe that an artist’s ability to create is based on an innate ingenuity. To some degree, this belief stands true. However, the power that drives one to cultivate a work of art is often derived from looking back to the Old Masters. Famous paintings that were either the masterpieces or succès de scandale of their time. One example,  Edouard Manet painted “Olympia”…

Bottled Magic: Photographing Artists in Their Studios | March 1, 2019

For 17 years now, I have been lucky to have a job that requires me to visit artists’ studios in Florence. Each and every year, I find myself mesmerized by the strong link between an artist, his or her space, and the artworks that emerge from their symbiotic relationship. Whether it is the extra bed- room in an apartment, an old factory with vaulted ceilings…