Shop for Incredible Works at the Art Post Gallery

a woman looking at art in a gallery in Glenview

Original art is a great way to add personality and freshness to any home.

If you’re looking for a unique piece, head to the Art Post Gallery.

It features the largest collection of original art on the North Shore of Chicago and represents over 100 nationally and internationally known artists.

Owner, Chris Bates, has helped clients find the perfect painting for more than 30 years, and artists include:

Connor Francis 

Connor Francis is an abstract artist who lets his paintings develop organically. He builds each piece layer by layer, and often scrapes and scratches the paint before applying another coat. Connor works in his studio in Napa and is represented by a few galleries across the country.

Lucie Michel

Known for her transitional style, Lucie Michel’s paintings reflect areas from Quebec and New England. She has lived in both places and takes inspiration from the position of the trees and curves of the hillsides. Lucie creates using acrylic, ink pens, and charcoal, and her work is held in collections throughout the United States and Canada. 

Dennis Sheehan

Dennis Sheehan paints in the Barbizon style and creates landscapes reflecting nature’s changing seasons. He is influenced by 19th-century painter George Inness and maintains a muted Tonalist chromatic scheme. Dennis’ work is found in both public and private collections, including the White House. 

Jeff Koehn

Called one of the hottest young artists in the United States today, Jeff Koehn graduated from the Art Institute of Colorado in 1995. He was born in a small Wisconsin town, and his first grade teacher told him that one day he’d be a famous artist. Jeff refines his paintings with dry brush techniques, and his creations are the perfect addition to any home.

The Art Post Gallery is just one of the art venues near Valley Lo Towers. To call our vibrant community home, please contact us. We’d love to give you a tour where you can see all our offerings firsthand. 

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