Art in Chicago’s Logan Square

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I recently enjoyed a great neighborhood tour of Logan Square given by Chicago Detours. Here you will find galleries, artists studios and many community sponsored murals. There are alo some great dining options in the neighborhood. Check out our post on Logan Square.

Make sure to check out:

Sulzen Zamudio Fine Art Studio: This is the studio of husband and wife Dan Zamudio and Julie Sulzen. Here you can explore  Dan’s work featuring his toy Camera Photography and the landscapes by Julie. 2720 W. Saint Georges Ct. They are open by appointment and during neighborhood art walks     

Autotelic Studios, 1856 N. Richmond St.: This is a gallery space along with artists studios. The artists work in all mediums. They are looking for larger space, so make sure to check out their website to make sure they have not moved. 

AnyWhere Space: Located at 2328 N. Milwaukee, this is an art space called AnySquared Projects, created by Tracy Kostenbader, where students can meet to paint, draw and create. They have feature Figure Drawing with live models on Tuesdays and  Make & Meets on Wednesdays for other visual arts.

Logan Square Mural Project: Make sure to check out the murals created by children and other local artists including James Mosher. The wall sits next to the blue line between the Logan Square stop and the California stop. You can see it across the street in the distance as you exit from Revolution Brewing at 2323 N. Milwaukee.


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