City Artists At Work and The Plain Dealer Feature Artists of the Western Reserve
The Plain Dealer will feature artists Bonnie Dolin and William Gould in their first floor Lobby/Gallery with an exhibit, titled Artists View of the Western Reserve. The exhibit, which runs from January 21 to March 30, represents their interpretations of landscapes and cityscapes in Northeast Ohio.
Artist Bonnie Dolin feels that although we are in an age of new technology, she still uses traditional materials with roots in the past. Her motivation is visual scenes painted in oil and pastel. Artist William Gould is committed to painting landscapes with seasonal variations and urban environments. He paints on the spot, or plein air, throughout the area. Bonnie’s drawings and prints have appeared in many exhibitions. She received her B.F.A. from the Cleveland Institute of Art and M.F.A. from Kent State University. Bonnie is a recipient of the 2001 Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Award.
William Gould is a hyphenated artist-architect-city planner. In 2001 he founded ArtSpace-Cleveland to help artists find space to live and work in our city. William received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Michigan and Master of Urban Design from Cranbrook Academy. This show is presented by City Artists at Work in partnership with The Plain Dealer. Curators are William Martin Jean and Mindy Tousley.