Diana at Treehouse Gallery

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Old friends can finally come out to see Diana’s work without getting on the highway! City folk and others, it’s your turn to fight the traffic. If you complete the journey, you’ll be greeted by a dog with a fluffy, white mohawk and the smell of charcoal and charred flesh.

Enjoy food for carnivores and herbivores and refreshments for young and old as we enjoy the warm weather and appreciate a new installation that Diana will make for anyone to come and see.

728 N. Dryden Arlington Heights 7-10PM

The one-night-only, site-specific installation will be on display at The Treehouse Gallery in Arlington Heights, IL. Brian Selke curated the solo show for an alternative exhibition space that he constructed out of the treehouse that he played in as a child. Past artists have included Bill Conger, Todd Reed, Bob Jones and Adam Farcus.

Pets and children are welcome but we’ll get a little rowdy at night. This installation will include some black light action after dusk and we may get a fire going as well. Come one, come all!

2 thoughts on “Diana at Treehouse Gallery

    Maritima | thecontrerasgabrielproject said:
    May 26, 2012 at 1:40 pm

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    Treehouse 342 Prints | thecontrerasgabrielproject said:
    June 23, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    […] a long wait, we’re ready to share photos of the installation that Diana made at The Treehouse Gallery in Arlington Heights, IL. This show was a big deal for a few reasons. First, there aren’t […]

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