Sunday, February 9, 2020
RESIST! Wm. Franklin McMahon
Scheduled 2019 Exhibitions
History Center of Lake Forest-Lake Bluff January 2019
Euclid Church, Oak Park for Black History
Princeton University Special Collections, March 2019
Oak Park History Museum, through June 2020
Northwestern Law School, September 2019 -March 2020
Margot's CLC Reading at Cliffdwellers, 1968 Happened December
Friday, May 11, 2018
In conjunction with Oak Park Art League's
Art for Social Change: Sanctuary National Postcard Exhibition
In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Ordinance (1968)
and addressing current Sanctuary City political rhetoric, the Oak Park Art League presents postcards from artists that explore legislative policies of past and present that support diversity, inclusion, racial equity and human rights.
May 11-June 1, 2018 7-9 pm
Preview Party May 10, 2018 7-9 pm
Opening Reception May 11, 2018 7-9 pm
Oak Park Art League
720 Chicago Ave, Oak Park 60302
Visit the Oak Park Art League's
720 Chicago Avenue
RESIST! A VISAUAL HISTORY OF PROTEST
by Franklin McMahon
May 11-June 1, 2018
Reception: Friday May 11, 7-9
Fifty artworks painted over 65 years to document freedom of speech from WWII through the Civil Rights Movement to the debates of Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
|Greenbay Road McMahon family portrait 1957|
McMahon Family Portrait, partial, c. mid-1970s.
Bottom left to right: Mark, Michael, Margot, Mac, Deborah; Top left: Hugh and Dad
|The Man Who Drew the News, Dad's New York Times Obituary, March 2017|
|McMahon Extended family at Dad's Memorial Service, St. Patrick's Church, 2012|
Includes Taplins, Osterholtzs, Burkes, Kubotas and McMahons.