Azimuth Projects
Artist Mara Baker (left multi media piece by Mara Baker, right archival pigment print by Robin Juan)  Brian McNearney, Design Museum, acrylic, plastic furniture, Plexiglas, bamboo, raw pigment 36 x 32 x 24 inches 2011 Brian McNearney, Design Museum, detail 1Brian McNearney, Design Museum, detail 2Mara Baker, Nothing is lost: (varosha),
Wood, tile, tape, vinyl, studio residues, sharpie, everyday pen and acrylic on wall and paper. Variable Wall Drawing.  2011. Mara Baker, Nothing is lost detail 1Mara Baker, Nothing is lost detail 2Mara Baker, All that is not enough, (tarps and t-shirts). Studio residue, various tapes, wood and insulation material.
Variable Wall Drawing. 2011.  Left Scott Jarrett, right Brian McNearney, Jalapenosaurus Scott Jarrett
At Play
Featuring artists Mara Baker, Scott Jarrett, Robin Juan and Brian
McNearney. This multimedia exhibition, which employs sculpture, photography, painting and installation, invokes childhood memories of summer time, lazy days, carefree attitudes and endless exploration. Through divergent visual strategies and combinations of color, texture and form, artists Baker, Jarrett, Juan and McNearney
make apparent how one’s use of imagination and curiosity enables the endless reinvention of materials as well as their surroundings.

Reception 6-9p, July 14th, 2011
650 W. Randolph St., 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60661
$20 for cocktails, refreshments & music
Tickets available online & at the door