A cold day in Chicago, A studio warmed by light and color

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Chicago has been in the grips of an Arctic winter, 20 days, now, the temperature has dipped below zero with wind chills that are too painful to record. To those of us, living in the Chicago area, this is not news, just a frigid reality.

However today, the sunlight playing off the stain glass in my studio tricks me, creating a warm atmosphere. I forget about the cold. But then, I go outside (dog duty, errands, etc.) and the cold reality hits.

Author: Rees

I am a Chicago artist, painter and visual poet.

2 thoughts on “A cold day in Chicago, A studio warmed by light and color”

  1. Quite beautiful, Charlie. I especially like tall rectangular one I would describe as Art Deco combined with Frank Lloyd Wright.

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