It is the end of 2012. As a Chicago artist, did you create at least one, Abstractionism Style artwork? (I suggested this resolution in my article, A 2012, New Year’s resolution for Chicago artists).
In 2012, you went around and around at least four times if you read certain articles. (I wrote, Around and around we go: Part I, Around and around we go: Part II, Around and around we go: Part III and Around and around we go: Part IV.) I hope you did not become dizzy.
Perhaps, you explored the art of automobiles; you could have done this by visiting the Museum of Science and Industry at 5700 S. Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, Ill.) However, I hope that you read my articles—Art of automobiles: Part I and Art of automobiles: Part II. Do not apply your reading brakes; I hope to write at least one more article on this topic.
If you visited the web sites of several, Chicago-land art museums, you viewed these web sites’ graphic designs. (The Art Institute of Chicago has the largest collection of art. This museum is at 125 E. Monroe Street in Chicago, Ill.) In my article, Flashy landing pages: The Art Institute of Chicago website, I review the graphic design.
Some of my articles were about mean art (Golden Mean/Golden Ratio/Golden Section). These articles did not refer to mean, obnoxious artists, but art that used specific, mathematical proportions, along with geometry, that are part of several, famous landmarks, paintings and sculptures. You can expect at least one more article on mean art.
Since 2013, is the upcoming year, will we see art and articles using the number 13? Does Chicago-land have more than 13 museums? Will the art of at least 13 artists appear in Chicago-land’s museums?