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Recent Exhibitions...

Cultivator - Chicago Art Exhibitions & Farm Art Projects

Solo Installation Exhibition

September 23, 2018

Gallery Seven
200 W. 8th St. 
Lockport, IL
Reception: August 13th, 12-3pm
August 3 - 31, 2018

Sherri Denault & Margie Glass Sula​
Water Street Studios Gallery
160 S. Water Street
Batavia, IL
Reception: March 9th, 6-8pm
March 5 - April 8, 2018​​

Oesterle Library Gallery @ North Central College presents
Margie Glass Sula + Sherri Denault + Alicia Forestall-Boehm
September 11 - October 25, 2017
North Central College
320 East School St. 
Naperville, IL 60540

​Invitational Exhibition 
Featuring Margie Glass Sula, Sherri Denault, Patty McWilliams 
Tall Grass Arts Association
Park Forest, IL
June 16 - July 22,  2017

Salt of the Earth
South Suburban College
South Holland, IL
Dorothea Theil Gallery 
Meet the Artist: March 6th, 12-1:30pm
March 6 - 27, 2017

About Margie Glass Sula

I have worked in traditional gallery settings, as well as outdoors- creating public installation arts. In addition, I have instructed design and drawing courses at Joliet Junior and Kankakee Community Colleges, and have been a member of the National Women's Caucus for Art- who have published my works in several exhibition catalogues.

 I am inspired by the natural world, and my work is a reflection of the curious need for the strange and quiet simplicity which that world still holds. The media implemented often varies, and can range from traditional and alternative oil on canvas paintings to sculptures created from branches, discarded wood, and sculpted epoxy clays, among other things.

Creating my visual work involves an exploration of  how I can implement these  materials to express at my best, a mysterious, yet elegant form that compliments nature.  Subtle applications of color,  abstraction, and textures are all considered. Through this, coupled with my innate human curiosity, the work allows me to reintroduce the link to the natural world that often dissipates as our human lives progress and become ever so complex. I intend for my visual creations to counter the current onslaught of hurried visuals, increasingly limited attention spans, and ugliness that our society tends to create and focus on. 

Sometimes, I feel we all need to get back down to Earth-even if only for a moment.