April 21, 2022 - 10:00 am
Edgar Miller was a largely self-taught artist who defied labels and limits. In the early part of the 20th century he designed four studio complexes in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood, transforming old residential spaces into working art colonies. One of these spaces was the lavishly decorated Glasner Studio. Miller marked almost every inch of it with mosaics, woodcarvings paintings, murals and stained glass in Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Modernism, Medievalism, and Primitivism styles. Zac Bleicher, executive director of the non-profit Edgar Miller Legacy, will introduce the history of the artist and guide us, room by room, in a virtual tour of Miller’s timeless masterwork.
Presented by the Woodstock Fine Arts Association
Tickets are $27 and may be purchased through the box office
121 West Van Buren Street
Woodstock, Illinois 60098