Art Books Fusion


One advantage of a small organizations is the ability to nimbly respond to fortuitous opportunities. One of the exciting aspects of an artist-in-residence program is how often these opportunities organically develop, as did the Cuban art book exhibit coming to Waterloo Arts this spring through CAN Journal and the Creative Fusion program of the Cleveland Foundation. Laura Ruiz Montes is […]

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Valley Art Center honors Women’s History


Women’s Work: An Exhibition in Conjunction with Women’s History Month Celebrate Women’s History Month with Valley Art Center‘s powerful exhibition of art by women of the region. Women’s Work is guest-curated by Mary Urbas, Gallery Director at Lakeland Community College. The exhibiting artists include Lissa Bockrath, Kerri Gortz, Suzan Kraus, Samantha Meyers, Sandy Miller, Beth Nash, Betty Skufca and Jaymi […]

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The Curious Case of Color, in the Galleries at CSU

CSU-Galleries-Home, Anna Tararova

In Spring 2017, the Galleries at CSU are please to present The Curious Case of Color. The exhibition explores the physical, perceptual, psychological, and esthetic uses of color by 12 artists currently active in Northeast Ohio. Artists include: Anna Tararova, Rachel Beamer, Lynda Britton, Matthew Kolodziej, Dennis Long, Paul O’Keeffe, Lorri Ott, John Pearson, Qian Li, Douglas Sanderson, Audra Skuodas, […]

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Fiber Is a Force to be Reckoned With; A Cross-Continental Exhibit at Praxis Fiber Workshop

Praxis-John Paul Morabito_Frottage

As artists and makers we feel the energy multiplying in our region as more and more creative projects and collaborations are born. As Cleveland evolves from within, so does its pull from and towards other art communities nationwide. Cleveland is geographically positioned as an ideal epicenter, a place where artists from all over can easily meet, exchange, grow and share. […]

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Maria Neil presents A Curated Selection of Natural Elements from Here and Abroad

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Deborah Pinter’s ethereal flora and otherworldly plant matter will grace the walls of Maria Neil Art Project and help usher in Spring. Monochromatic prints showcasing depth and structure hearken back to her ‘Scanagram’ photography on silver gelatin paper. The flashiness of her subject matter is now replaced with heavy black inks and articulated impressions which help guide the viewer into […]

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