Leopold Gallery in Brookside is hosting a Fall exhibition this evening from 6-9 PM. Featured artists are Brad Teare and Jane Pronko whose works depict “The City and the Hills” in their seasoned, distinct techniques.
After 26 years in the business, Leopold’s shows are more like family reunions – full of fun and hugs as owner, Paul Dorrell, welcomes long-time friends, collectors and fans.
The gallery is teaming with several new pieces from both long-time Leopold artists and new friends as well. A bottle of Dom Perignon goes to one lucky winner before the end of the night. Food and drink will be served.
As stunning as top-shelf champagne, Dave Regier’s violin is one of Leopold’s signature sculptures. It truly reflects Regier’s best work as he melds metal into something so real it practically leaps into the hands of those who appreciate strings.
One of Leopold’s newer artists is Lynette Ubel.
Her work is full of color and vibrance and Leopold is proud to have just received her canvases in time for the show.
William Rose’s Forever Royal continues to be a popular draw to the gallery as Kansas City hangs onto the reverence and celebration represented by this piece.
Rose recently submitted a new piece of work featuring 24 karat gold depicting the pop and glamour of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.
Leopold Gallery is located in Brookside at 324 W. 63rd Street.