PORTAGE PARK — The work of four Polish American artists will fill the walls of the Perkolator Cafe through Nov. 30.
The exhibit organized by Northwest Arts Connection will feature paintings by Robert Kameczura, Barbara Niedorezo, John Radzikowski and Paul Wisniewski as part of the celebration of Polish American Heritage Month, organizers said.
The showing is the eighth in an ongoing series of events at Perkolator promoting the work of artists who live in the area, organizers said.
The artists will discuss their work from 2:30-4 p.m. Oct. 25 at Perkolator, 6032 W. Irving Park Road, organizers said.
Kameczura strives to incorporate references from literature, dance and music in his art work, organizers said.
Niedorezo's work gives the viewer a sense of depth in two-dimensional space. Niedorezo owns and teaches at Artorium Art School in Gladstone Park.
Radzikowski's abstract canvases are open to interpretation, and most can be hung in any position, giving the viewer an opportunity to interact with the art and their environment, organizers said.
Wisniewski uses high-contrast color palates and decorative line work to create movement and form, organizers said.
For more information, email organizer Frank Styburski at email@example.com.
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