Chicago Tribune 05/15/2009, Page F03

Things to do
There are so many festivals in Roscoe Village that residents should be issued a social calendar.
  There’s the legendary Retro on Roscoe, a relatively new Halloween celebration and parade for kids, holiday lights, an Oyster Festival for everyone, and BAM! — the Belmont Arts and Music Festival, to name a few. When not fighting the crowds at a festival, residents eat, drink and are merry at some of the city’s most eclectic restaurants. Cabanas grace the garden at Volo Restaurant-Wine Bar; sushi redefines chic at Kaze Sushi and the pub grub at Village Ta p packs in a crowd. Residents bike or walk city streets to the Chicago River for a morning of kayaking on the North Branch. The Viaduct Theater provides a season of off-Halsted productions with a full-service bar.
  August House Studio, operated by Chicago artist Marya Veeck, offers a variety of art
classes for all ages.

Dave Hoekstra, Chicago Sun Times, December 2008 Blue Plate Special
Galway Advertiser, County Galway, Ireland, July 26th 2003
Galway Independent, Ireland, July 26th 2003
“Art Beat “ PBS Series on 100 portraits, broadcast in Chicago on WTTW.
Jon Anderson, Chicago Tribune, March 27,2001
Maurice Lee, Hyde Park Herald, February 1, 2001
Sharon Woodhouse, Ravenswood Reporter, October/November, 2000
Artist Watch, August House Owner- Marya Veeck

“Marya Veeck, an exceptionally capable woman, is completely in charge of her life…
[her] figurative paintings have a surrealistic quality.”

-Victor Cassidy
Chicago Artists’ Coalition
November 1996

Ariel Orausia. Uptown Herald, March 1992.
Lerner Skyline Paper, March 19, 1992
Bonnie McGrath, Reader, January, 1992
North Shore Magazine, June, 1992
Mary Daniels, Chicago Tribune, July , 1991

“Veeck creates worlds that are fascinating and occasionally disturbing.”

-Kathy Kastilahn
North Shore Prelude
July 1995

Brenda Rotzoll, Chicago Sun times, March, 1991
Pat Butler, Skyline/Booster, January, 1991
Annemarie Mannion, Chicago Tribune, December, 1990
Dave Hoekstra, Chicago Sun Times, November, 1990
Joseph Cunniff, Inside Lincoln Park, November, 1990
Stan Barker, Artists Magazine, August 1989

“From the layers of her translucent paints crawl drifting figures with averted faces,
empty boxes, vulnerable bodies and mementos made painful by dust and obsolescence.”

-Theresa Walla
Chicago Tribune
April 1997

Chicago Art Review, Fourth Edition, 1989
Joyce Hansen, New Art Examiner, Volume15:5, 1988
Gabor, Windy City Times, Artspace, October 1987
Gabor, Windy City Times, Artspace, October 1986
Crains Chicago Business, June, 1986