Our Gallery Works of Art

Chicago Art Source Gallery exhibits and sells art that grabs your attention and sustains your interest. From a diverse core of contemporary artists, works in varied media and scale walk a line between conceptual intrigue and visual beauty. The gallery's open atmosphere and knowledgable staff offer a relaxed setting where one can discover that perfect work of art.

From first time buyers to seasoned collectors, art enthusiasts of all kinds are welcome to view the many works on display. Whether you're searching for a single piece to complete a room or looking to add to your existing collection, the gallery staff is available to help navigate the vast inventory of paintings, photography, sculpture and prints. 



Jennifer Falck Linssen

Featured in our current show Organic Abstraction

I create sculpture in handcarved paper, metal, and natural woven elements, which explore the delicacy of nature, the beauty of line, and the transformation of light and space. Through my work’s investigation of both natural and man-made patterns, I seek to understand how pattern lends overall strength to an object, and how light itself can be molded and shaped to conceptually express moments which embrace nature's change, rebirth, resiliency, and endurance. The interaction of light, carved patterns, and shifting shadows combine with the architectural shape to sculpt an ever-changing landscape in space around each piece.
I use an ancient Japanese paper carving skill - katagami - to create my work. Katagami are handcarved flat paper stencils. This 1,200-year-old technique is traditionally used to resist print kimono textiles in katazome. By “drawing” with a small knife on mulberry and cotton papers and shaping this carved paper into three-dimensional sculpture, I recontextualize the humble stencil - sculpting forms of pattern, shadow, and light.