We’ve been busy! The day after we installed art at Sol Cafe, the IPMM Team made it over the Spothero’s new office in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. After having connected with Jeremy Smith, Spothero’s CEO earlier this year, we were happy to get the project off the ground in collaboration with a company that is well on their way.
IPaintMyMind’s Shared Walls program places temporary art exhibitions in cultural spaces like schools and libraries, as well as in the office spaces of forward-thinking companies. IPMM creates physical and intrinsic value for partners through a tax deductible service while helping artists sell their work. Through this model IPMM aims to bridge the gap between the cultural, business and artistic communities through a model that creates mutual benefit.
In an effort to offer an exhibition that reflected Spothero, IPaintMyMind has curated the work of Chicago-based artist Tim Jarosz. Just like Spothero, his cityscapes are urban and made in Chicago. IPMM has been an advocate of his work since featuring him on our site in 2012, and we’re excited to get his name out there while connecting him with new patrons. If you like his work, buy some of it!
Enjoy our interview with Tim Jarosz from 2012.
All of Tim Jarosz’ artwork on exhibit at Spothero is available for purchase by submitting an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling (312) 508-3110. These pieces will be in the shop soon as well!
If you’d like to see the artwork in person, use Spothero’s website to find River North Parking and they’d be happy to show you the pieces in person.
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