Bonfoey: Welcome to Cleveland.


Welcome to Cleveland. Come on in.

Gone are the days of the forge. But don’t worry, Cleveland is alive and well. It is the time of the creative. Now is the time for the arts. We have one of the best museums in the world, the hive of artistic activity known as 78th Street Studios is garnering national attention, and the Transformer Station is having some of the best photographers exhibit there year round. The so-called centers of the art world cannot stop saying good things about the city of Cleveland. Bonfoey’s has watched this evolution and remains a stalwart supporter of regional artists and the fine arts. BonfoeyImage

The Bonfoey Gallery represents over one hundred artists. Each of these reflects the changing times. Cleveland isn’t the city it once was, nor should it be. It is being reinvented.

Neighborhoods once thought to be lost are being revitalized, and it is the artists that pave the way.  Some of the country’s best art is being created right here in our own backyard. Each and every one of these artists deserves recognition for the beautiful, innovative and original work that they create.

With over 122 years in business, the Bonfoey gallery continues to exhibit some of the area’s best artists. The staff is second to none with over 100 years of combined experience. What we offer cannot be matched.  Whether you are looking to purchase a one of a kind painting, have your collection appraised, get your favorite work of art framed, or your collection installed, we can do that for you.

Julian Stanczak, Three to Compare

Julian Stanczak, Three to Compare

It is with our eye on the future that the Bonfoey gallery is excited about Dana Oldfather’s solo show opening October 2, 2015.   She is one of the most talented and innovative artists living and working in Cleveland today. She is self-taught, and her work is not bound by any formal constraints. Her juxtaposition of the natural and man-made results in a wildly imaginative bio-mechanical world. Oldfather has been twice featured in the New York Times and her work is in many public and corporate collections across the country.

Following that– November 6, 2015 through January 2, 2016 –we will exhibit the work of Julian and Barbara Stanczak.

If you would like to know more about The Bonfoey Gallery, the artists we represent, or about any upcoming exhibitions check us out a, or come visit us at 1710 Euclid Avenue, in Cleveland. We look forward to seeing you.  

Dana Oldfather: October 2

Julian Stanczak and Barbara Stanczak: November 6 – January 2

Bonfoey Gallery

1710 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44114