After thirty years in the Chicago advertising industry, longtime Fox Valley resident Nick Freeman is dedicating all of his time to doing what he loves–painting local scenes that catch his eye, and also documenting Chicago-area neon signs–an art form that he says is disappearing quickly. Through the end of the month, Freeman’s lifetime of works are being featured in a two-floor show called “The Wine of Life” at The Norris Cultural Arts Center in Saint Charles. The show is the first of its kind in the Norris Gallery’s 36-year history. WFMT’s Matt DeStefano brings us the story in this week’s Arts Feature.
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