At a Des Plaines museum, a piece of Chicago art history is being told. The Koehnline Museum of Art on the campus of Oakton Community College presents an exploration of enamel painting in Chicago as used for public works, from Chicago's South Side to CTA stations. Artist/teacher Georg Stahl looks at the efforts to bring the mural movements to the masses.
Terra Foundation Artbeat Special
Fragments of Chicago's Public Art History
Marc Vitali | June 16, 2015 9:30 am