Featured Artists

Chicago artists whose work will be for sale at Art & Aging.

CJE’s Adult Day Services

CJE’s Adult Day Services

At CJE’s Adult Day Services we believe that everyone can benefit from the creative process. In our art studio clients learn to express themselves in new ways, are given opportunities to experience feelings of mastery, and are able to connect with others in a creative and safe space. Older adults participating in our Art Therapy programming often find a renewed sense of autonomy and are surprised when they learn how creative they can really be.

Bat Sarah

Bat Sarah Press

Bat Sarah Press creates ritual art for a contemporary world. The company sells an array of contemporary art works as well as culturally Jewish items and services. Soon items inspired by other faiths will be added to our offerings, so that through the sharing of culture we can better understand, relate to, and appreciate those coming from backgrounds different from our own. Bat Sarah Press is the work of Chicago based artist Rachel Ellison. More information can be found at www.batsarahpress.com

Iridium Clothing Co.

Iridium Clothing Co.

One of Chicago’s most prestigious clothing brands, Iridium is a new exciting lifestyle brand one stop shop. We make clothing that people can stand out in. What started as a t-shirt company is now a global brand encompassing every aspect of modern men's wear from active, casual, women's wear, shoes and accessories. Some call us street-wear sheikh; others say the next big thing. We say we are the best in customer service with an edge of music soul. Learn more at www.iridiumclothingco.com

 

Jeremy Masaki Murayama

Masaki Murayama

Masaki has been working in sports television and digital media for the better part of a decade, working in the sports industry has offered him multiple opportunities to create unique pieces for athletes from Chicago and beyond. A two-time Emmy award winner for best promotional campaign with Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Masaki has shown that he not limited to one specific medium. From posters to video campaigns Masaki has found a way to turn his passions of sports and art into a career.