Larry Zgoda Exhibit - January 11th - February 23rd, 2015

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  In January and February of 2015, Larry Zgoda will have an exhibition of works in stained glass and other arts at the Iannelli Studios Heritage Center in Park Ridge, Illinois.  Zgoda has worked in  stained glass for over forty years and has distinguished his art with exceptional design, innovations in materials and meticulous craft techniques.  This collection of original compositions will include hanging panels and free standing, stained glass sculptures inspired by architecture.  This, his first one man show ever, will also feature many photographic representations of his architectural commissions, public arts, furniture, and other craft arts.

The Iannelli Studios Heritage Center is the original home and studio of the  sculptor, Alfonso Iannelli (1888-1965) and a place where a number of notable participants
in the Chicago Renaissance worked and sometimes lived, including Edgar Miller, Bruce Goff, Barry Byrne and Roscoe Harold Zook.  The property was recently purchased by the Kalo Foundation and has been in the process of being transformed into a museum and art center.

The exhibition will open on Sunday, January 11 with a public reception from 1 to 4 in the afternoon and run through February 23.  The Iannelli Studios Heritage Center is located at 225 N Northwest Hwy in Park Ridge IL,  just north of the city of Chicago.  Regular hours are Saturday, 10 to 3, and Sunday, 1 to 4.

For more information, contact Larry Zgoda, 773-698-3813 or Judy Barclay, 847-692-4297.  Larry Zgoda’s art can be seen online at  The Iannelli Studios Heritage Center  is at

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