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EVOLVE 2019
CHANGE.TRANSFORM.CREATE
Join us Saturday, July 27th for the opening reception of EVOLVE, an exploration into the evolution of creative thought.
This dynamic collection will feature artwork from all around the world and the USA.
Doors open at 8pm.
The Aeon Gallery
10331 N. Main Street, Richmond IL 60071

Exhibit will run from July27th-October 12, 2019
More info to come

Aeon Gallery is 100% artist owned and operated

(Follow the Link below for more information about our "EVOLVE" featured Artists!)

Past Events
RAPTURE 2
THE DEVIL YOU DON'T
2018
2nd annual Rapture dark art exhibition.
Opening night, Saturday October 20th. Doors open 8PM

Confirmed artists:
Andy Sciazko Art, Bahrull Marta, Nick Blebis, Daria Endresen, Esther Limones, Jason Guffey, Karen Sako, Karl Jahnke, La rouille, Marc Potts, Matt Lombard, Michael Peter Howells, Michael Spence, Jean-Baptiste Mouton, Stanislav Krawczyk, Zmiya Mochoruk, Sophia Rapata, Barbra Loveless, Anton Semenov, Bam Maslar, Ryan Morris, Nathan Ryan, Elena Helfrecht, Nadja Ellinger, Jana Heidersdorf, Kurt Kreissl, Sonja Llamas,  Jeff Berner, William Bishop and more!

Aeon Gallery is 100% artist owned and operated
(Follow the Link below for more information about our "Rapture 2" featured Artists!)

MONKEY TREE 2018
Aeon Gallery presents its newest exhibition, “Monkey Tree, Creatures from the Shadows” Challenging the artist to bring the shadows to life. Exploring the play between positive and negative space to create imaginative works, exploring the subconscious mind of the artist.

The monkey tree phenomenon arose from the discovery of a callus on a tree in Singapore which appears monkey-like. Some believe the image to be of divine origin, while others have attributed the phenomenon to the effects of pareidolia. Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon in which the mind responds to a stimulus, usually an image or a sound, by perceiving a familiar pattern where none exists.

All artwork is for sale (unless marked otherwise). Cash and all major credit cards will be accepted.
Exhibition will run through May 26th. 2018
The gallery will be open to the public during regular business hours Wed-Sun 2-7pm throughout the exhibition.


(Follow the Link below for more information about our "Monkey Tree" featured Artists!)

RAPTURE 2017
"Rapture" features a selection of works from around the world which showcase a dark artistic perspective into the
exploration of the world of art as well as that of the artist. An exploration which through the creation and experience of
art, will carry a person not only to another place, but to a new sphere of existence.


​The opening reception for "Rapture" will be hosted Saturday, October 28th, 2017 from 8pm - 1am at Aeon Gallery. The
reception is open to the public 18 and over with a $5 admission fee. The exhibition will be on view during normal
business days and hours through January 7th, 2018.

Click here to visit our RAPTURE gallery page
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