Featuring paintings by Louise Woodroofe (1892-1996), the first female faculty member of the University of Illinois. She was a member of the North Shore Arts Association (1931-1937), the National Association of Women Painters and the American Watercolor Society. Her paintings were shown at the National Arts Club and the National Academy of Design. In 1925 she exhibited her Gloucester paintings at the 32nd Annual Exhibition at the Cincinnati Museum alongside Childe Hassam, Robert Henri and Mary Cassatt. She also exhibited at the North Shore Art Association, Butler Institute of American Art, PAFA and in galleries in Chicago and London, England.
Cinema Gallery also represents 52 artists of the Midwest with emphasis on those with connections to Urbana-Champaign. Media on view are ceramics, glass, painting, photography, prints, sculpture, and studio furniture.
Friday, 4/14: 10am-8pm
Saturday, 4/15: 10am-8pm
Sunday, 4/16: 1pm-5pm