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VALE CRAFT GALLERY

Tana Ac­ton’s ad­justable cuff bracelets and rings are among the con­tem­po­rary jewelry shown at Vale Craft Gallery. The gallery fea­tures an eclec­tic mix of fine craft by lo­cal and na­tional artists in­clud­ing beau­ti­ful glass ob­jects, in­no­va­tive ce­ram­ics, mixed me­dia wall art, and whim­si­cal sculp­ture. Lo­cated in the River North gallery district. 230 West Su­pe­rior Street, Chicago; 312-337-3525; www.vale­craft­gallery.com.

CHICAGO THEN AND NOW

This book pairs archival pho­tos with mod­ern views to tell the story of the city’s rich his­tory. Chicago Ar­chi­tec­ture Foun­da­tion. 224 S. Michi­gan Ave. War­chi­tec­ture.org 312-922-3432

HANIG’S FOOTWEAR

At Hanig’s Footwear we be­lieve that wellde­signed, well-crafted, and well-fit­ted footwear will en­hance the way you move and feel through­out your day. Thierry Rabotin shoes are metic­u­lously crafted in Mi­lan, Italy for this pur­pose. Think lux­u­ri­ously soft nappa leathers and suedes in gor­geous mod­ern styles, de­signed with un­par­al­leled com­fort so you will be say­ing “ahhh” in­stead of “ouch” at the end of the day. Pic­tured: Gio­vanna loafer in red suede from Thierry Rabotin. 875 N. Michi­gan Av­enue (Delaware en­trance) Chicago, IL 60611, 312-787-6800, www.hanigs.com

PIS­TA­CHIOS

This Ger­man made go ev­ery­where bracelet is made of 80 strands of steel ca­bles with ster­ling sil­ver “pods”, giv­ing it a full, wide body look-but leav­ing a soft and light feel. Mag­netic clasp makes it easy to put it on and off. Lo­cated at Shops at North­bridge, ground level on Grand Av­enue be­tween Rush and Wabash. Open Daily. 55 East Grand Av­enue, Chicago; 312-595-9437 pis­ta­chioson­line.com.

JOEL OP­PEN­HEIMER GALLERY

Joel Op­pen­heimer Gallery of­fers a stunning se­lec­tion of nat­u­ral his­tory art, cus­tom archival fram­ing, and na­tion­ally rec­og­nized art con­ser­va­tion and restora­tion ser­vices. Fea­tur­ing mag­nif­i­cent works by Audubon, Red­outé, Gould, Besler, and many oth­ers, the gallery’s dra­matic in­te­rior pro­vides an ideal set­ting to view this world-class col­lec­tion of nat­u­ral his­tory art. Pic­tured: John J. Audubon, Great Blue Heron, N-Y His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety Edi­tion. 10 East Ohio Street, Chicago, IL 60611, 312-642-5300, www.audubonart.com

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