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Category Archives: Artwork
Matthew Lew ‘The Matt Hatter’ Debuts New Collection at the 4th Annual Guerilla Furniture and Art Truck Show
Yesterday, June 15th 2011, sunshine and music poured from the corner of Fulton Market and Aberdeen as the creative crème de la crème of the city descended upon the 4th annual ‘Guerilla Furniture and Art Truck Show’. There, amidst all … Continue reading
Last night we celebrated food and art at the Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park. Aria’s wonderful new Chef Beverly Kim paired dishes with Matthew Lew’s Asian-inspired artwork including: vegetarian bibimbap arancini; quail egg, kimchi and mung bean pancake with crispy pork belly; and togarashi … Continue reading
The DreamHome opened Wednesday night at the Merchandise Mart. We were thrilled to see the unveiling of Frank Ponterio’s Dining Room! We’ve posted some snaps of the room as well as some photos from the party. The DreamHome is Benefitting the … Continue reading
Friday, April 1, 2011 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Matthew Lew Gallery 415 N. Sangamon St. 312.929.2593 Tickets start at $50.00 and are available at: http://www.teamveerasway.eventbrite.com All proceeds benefit Apna Ghar, Inc. 4 Fools, 3 Wheels, and 1 Great … Continue reading
Artist Mattew Lew is inspired by from everything from patterns on the sidewalks of Chicago to Sponge Bob Square Pants. Given his recent sales to hi-brow clients, Matthew remains humble and still maintains his philosophy, “Art for All” which describes … Continue reading