VF4 Gallery

LiveWire is proud to announce the winners of our VisionFest 4 image search… Breanne Duffy’s Rockets and Josephine Ferorelli’s Untitled. Rockets was the winner of our online poll and Untitled won the in-person voting. Play submissions are now open. Guidelines can be found at www.livewirechicago.com/vision

Thanks to all the great artists for submitting their pieces, and thank you for showing your support and lending a voice to this year’s festival. You can view all the images below.
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Rockets
Breanne Duffy, Rockets
oil paint and silkscreen on board
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Untitled
Josephine Ferorelli, Untitled
Pen and tempera on paper
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Suzanne Bailie, Grey Men
mixed media collage
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Rita Dianni-Kaleel, Danza della Vita
oil/g.leaf/canvas
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Diane Donohue, As Mark told the Story…
Painting
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Eliza Frye, Eternity
Digital
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CJ Hungerman, COSMO ROBOTICA – The Battle of Franklenville
Painting
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Layne Jackson, Abstract one
Oil on Canvas
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Judy Radovsky, Huddle
Painting
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Karen Thomas, Adapted Child
lithograph

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21 thoughts on “VF4 Gallery”

    1. Grey Men is the work of art that causes me to want to know what happens to these characters. It evokes a feeling of caring about them. I think it will inspire some great plays!

  1. “Danza della Vita” by Rita Dianni-Kaleel – outstanding work of art! It offers a kind of an elegant conversation about life and art. Splendid painting with philosophy and beauty! The palette range and its quality is unforgettable!
    All the presented works deserve recognition! Great representation of interesting art!

  2. “As Mark Told It” I may have sat around that same table at least once in my life! Exchange of thoughts, emotions, and human communication, how wonderful an experience, whether you agree or not!

  3. How one can use their imagination with this painting! In this fast paced digital world of emails and text messages, I think that most people still love a well told story!

  4. Diane does a great job of capturing real people with real personality. She makes her images feel like family,. a slice of life

    1. I agree that “‘Grey Men’ evoked a sense of a relationship with depth and meaning”, however I think “Rockets” took it a step further. That piece had a shotgun against my back as it walked me down the aisle with depth and meaning.

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