Prama Artspace Features Abstraction
This spring Prama Artspace and Gallery presents several abstract artists in its lineup. Prama Artspace is located at 5411 Pearl Road at the edge of Parma’s Polish Village. Visit the gallery hungry so you can also visit one of the local places for great food.
From March 5 to 21, an online exhibit celebrates Women’s History Month with works of Laura D’Alessandro and Emma Anderson. Find it on our website, pramaartspace.com.
In the physical gallery until March 21, you’ll find Raymond Swyers. His paintings are active, colorful and bold.
From March 26 to April 18, we are showing James Burnett. James is a 1972 CIA graduate whose work is in collections all over the world.
April 22 is the first day of spring and our opening for Slain Nemo. Slain is a wonderful multimedia artist/genius whose current work is based on the Fibonacci sequence, chaos strings, and harmonic numbers. There will be a multimedia laser show in the courtyard for the event and also music. May 16 is the closing date.
Watch for details about an exhibit in partnership with Cleveland Photofest, opening May 26.
Our regular hours are Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 2:00pm to 7:00pm. You can also schedule an appointment. Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, and at pramaartspace.com.