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Online Exhibition through January 2023

Artist: Sam Haring


Gallery19 is excited to announce that we will be holding our first virtual exhibition with artist Sam Haring.  Gallery19 has been working with Sam Haring for many years and we are excited to take this new step forward with this amazing artist.


Samantha Haring is an artist and educator from Des Plaines, Illinois. Haring earned her MFA from Northern Illinois University and her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She spent a summer in Italy at the International School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture; it was there that she fully developed her commitment to light, color, and observational painting. Haring was one of the 2015-16 Artists-in-Residence at Manifest Gallery. She teaches drawing and design courses in the School of Design at the University of Cincinnati, and she has been a Resident Instructor at Manifest Drawing Center since 2016. Haring’s work is published in issues #119 and #123 of New American Paintings, as well as in several recent Manifest INDA and INPA publications. She has been represented by Gallery 19 in Chicago since 2016. Her studio practice is currently based in Cincinnati, where she spends an inordinate amount of time staring at the color of dust.


Artist: Slias Onoja


Gallery19 in collaboration with The Cur8tors is excited to be presenting new work by, Nigerian artist Silas Onoja. He studied fine art at the Benue State Polytechnic, Benue, Nigeria where he mastered his hyper realistic style. Silas likes creating realistic and life-like paintings which attracts emotions and draws the viewer into his world.


Christopher Craft is a tenured technology entrepreneur from Detroit, originally born in Chicago, he is the founder of The Cur8tors. This organization focuses on teaching underrepresented populations the value in collecting art to create a legacy of generational wealth

You Are Someone New

August 6th through September 26th 2021

Opening on August 6th 6-9pm

VIP sales event on August 5th 5-8pm


Artist: Andrew Sedgwick Guth


Gallery19 in partnership with Pilsen Arts and Community House is excited to present new work by artist Andrew Sedgwick Guth in our Fall exhibition titled “You Are Now Someone New”.  Andrew pushes the boundaries of painting and drawing into a unique perspective that challenges the viewer to think about what they are looking at and the nature of the male gaze and the depiction of Bear culture.


Artist Biography


Andrew Sedgwick Guth

A Pennsylvania native, Guth is an award winning artist who has worked consistently in various mediums throughout his career including painting, printmaking, photography, installation work and film. He has studied at Temple University, Philadelphia and Harrisburg Area Community College where he has received degrees in Visual Fine Arts, Art History and Film Media & Communications.


Andrew’s work often seek to convey personal narratives, translated through the lens of his experiences as a queer man in North America. He creates a layered environment in which the viewer can project their own story through the piecing together of visuals and text, relying on personal associations to the arrangements, color and objects to dictate the experience.


Guth's work has been shown regionally and nationally continuously since 2001. His print work and paintings have been showcased through exhibits orchestrated in spaces located in Philadelphia, Toronto, Pittsburgh (The Andy Warhol Museum), New York, Washington DC (Embassy of France), Baltimore, Miami, Provincetown, Dallas, and Harrisburg, PA (The State Museum of Pennsylvania). His painting and sculptures are included in numerous private collections throughout the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Switzerland, Iceland, and France.