Dunlays on the Square Celebrates Local Art Community

“Meet the Artist” Soiree Debuts Works by Logan Square Artist Jason Brammer

Thursday, March 11
6-9 p.m.
No cost to attend

Dunlays on the Square, the convivial Logan Square neighborhood bar and grill, will help celebrate Chicago’s art scene with a special “Meet the Artist” event on Thursday, March 11. Works by Logan Square-based artist Jason Brammer will be on display and available for sale during the soiree, including giclée prints on paper at affordable price points. 

Brammer’s extensive body of work includes paintings, installations, murals and commissions. He describes his current artwork as “photo-surrealistic,” meaning that he paints surrealistic (and sometimes futuristic) imagery in an engaging photo-realistic style. 

Dunlays will offer $6 martinis, and popular Chicago-based rock band “The Kingfish” will kick it into high gear at 9 p.m. The bar is open on Thursday nights until 2 a.m.

Jason Brammer Bio
Jason Brammer is an internationally collected visual artist and painter based in Chicago. Jason’s paintings are created with acrylic paint, transparent glazes, plasters, resins and other media, using a combination of airbrushing and traditional brush painting techniques. Over the years, his paintings have been inspired by industrial urban landscapes, graffiti, patterns in nature, Eastern art traditions, music and spiritual iconography. Jason currently resides in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood with his wife, Erin, and their two cats. He spends much of his time creating artwork in his Ukrainian Village studio, and participates in numerous exhibitions and art events. For more information, visit

Pictured: Jason Brammer’s “Remembering the Future II”

Dunlays on the Square
3137 W. Logan Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60647


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