Check Out the Catherine Edelman Gallery

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Are you looking for a unique photograph to hang over your couch or above your bed?

If so, you should definitely head to the Catherine Edelman Gallery.

It’s one of the leading galleries in the Midwest dedicated exclusively to the art of photography, and it showcases prominent contemporary photographers as well as new talent.

Some of the featured photographers include:

Elizabeth Ernst 

Elizabeth Ernst lives in Chicago, where she is a professor emeritus at Columbia College. For more than twelve years, she captured the entertainers affiliated with the G.E. Circus. The detailed images show the joys and fears as the glory days of the traveling circus began to fade. Elizabeth has exhibited her work across the country, and some of her photographs were recently featured at the Mimi and Ian Rolland Art Center.

Ysabel LeMay 

Born in Quebec, Ysabel LeMay was devoted to painting before becoming a full-time photographer. She uses a unique process she calls “Photo-Fusion,” and at first glance, it gives viewers the impression they are looking at a hyper-realistic painting. Ysabel now calls Austin, Texas home, and she exhibits throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. 

Dan Estabrook 

Dan Estabrook was raised in Boston where he discovered photography as a teenager. While at Harvard, he began studying alternative photographic processes, and he earned an MFA from the University of Illinois. Dan’s work is unique as he uses antiquated techniques, and in his Nine Symptoms series, he captures the emotions he has experienced while falling in love. 

The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, and the knowledgeable staff are happy to help everyone choose the perfect piece for their home. 

The Catherine Edelman Gallery is just one of the many dynamic art venues near Oak Park Place Apartments. To call our community home, please contact us. Our leasing agents would love to show you firsthand all we have to offer. 

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