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"If you are looking for visual creativity, you have come to the right place.
 I have looked to be original in focus and effort over time.!"

Prof. Onli, M.A.A.T. 2015
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Name of the event:  
"Rhythmistic Journey"

Harold Washington Library, 8th Floor
400 South State Street
Chicago IL
Date and time of event: Until Feb. 27th, 2015


We host OPEN HOUSE each 3rd Friday of the month. Event Planners and Producers can rent our fine art to add visual impact to their productions. 
Our helpful staff is available by appointment, Monday through Saturday, to answer your creative needs related to appreciation or aquisition.
All characters, images, illustrations and text are Copyright 2015 Turtel Onli.  They are not to be reproduced in any manner or re-purposed without written permission from Turtel Onli.
Rhythmistic fine and commercial art in the tradition of a future-primitif Winslow Homer or N.C. Wyeth.  

Often the best fine artists are excellent and innovative illustrators. They have so much to say and so many ways to express it.
Each summer ONLI STUDIOS partners with the DuSable Museum to feature an outdoor indie-mini-comix-con as part of the museum's annual summer arts and crafts festival.
ONLI STUDIOS is based in the Bridgeport Art Center.  On the 3rd floor in suite 3110 on the Racine Ave. side's Sculpture Garden Entrance near 3400 South Racine in Chicago IL.  The picture above is a link to our cutting edge fine art page.

 We are a MBE Certified Business with a focus on Independent Publishing, Visual Art, Event Planning and Educational Services to use Graphic Novels to enhance student engagement.
The above, "No Evils" cover is a link to our 
indie Graphic Novels page.
ONLI STUDIOS was a regular sponsor of the exciting Hyde Park Jazz Festival. Onli was a regular participant of the "Bare Walls" Scholraship fund raiser with his alma mater, The School of the Art institute of Chicago.
"As the Sirens Sweetly Sang"  suggests our role as nature's care taker. See our Fine Art page for more insights.