"The Wright Inspiration: Art, Design, & the Laurent House" continues in the Kortman Gallery

The Kortman Gallery is pleased to extend "The Wright Inspiration: Art, Design, and the Laurent House" through Saturday, January 28th. "The positive response to this exhibition has been overwhelming," said Doc Slafkosky, gallery director. "Frank Lloyd Wright has lots of fans. People seem to be drawn to his work and very intrigued and beguiled by the Laurent House. And when you combine that with art inspired by Wright's design sensibility you have something worth experiencing."According to Slafkosky the exhibit is the most attended art show in the gallery's 25 year history. The exhibit features works by 16 Rockford artists, plus images and background information on the Laurent House, Rockford's only Wright designed residence.
This is the second extension of the "Wright" show. The gallery is slated to be painted sometime in January. Until that painting time is scheduled we will keep the "Wright" show in place. For details you can call us at 815.968.0123 or email jerry@jrkortman.com. A new exhibition featuring the works of artist Shannon Blosser-Salisbury will open Friday, February 3rd.