Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

Augusto C. Bordelois, The Things I Do for You, 60" x 48", oil on canvas

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is pleased to open its fall/winter exhibition season with Visual Emotions, The Way I Remember You, the inaugural show of Archived Artist Augusto C. Bordelois. A native of Havana, Cuba, Bordelois paints in a Magical Realist style which weaves together rich psychological symbolism with lush sensual imagery. His fantastical narratives speak to the […]






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History in the Making: The 30th ArtCraft Studio Show

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Since 1987, numerous Cleveland artists have shared an expansive co-operative studio on the 6th floor of the ArtCraft Building at 2570 Superior Avenue and ever since have hosted the annual ArtCraft Studio Show. This December marks the 30th anniversary of this well-attended and much-anticipated Cleveland art show! The roots of today’s annual show can be traced back to 1981 to […]






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Recent and Upcoming at Art House

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Art House is now working with a new road map that emerged from the strategic plan process (much thanks to Carol Murphy) conducted during the first part of 2017. This also included an exciting campus expansion component developed by the KSU Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative. Urban Bright Arts-in-Education Program, Fall 2017: In conjunction with our budding partnership with Cleveland Metroparks […]






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Jun Kaneko: Blurred Lines, and more at Akron Art Museum

Rachel Sussman, Study for Sidewalk Kintsukuroi #11 (Toluca Lake, California), 2017, enamel and metallic dust on archival pigment print, 8 ½″ x 11″. Courtesy of the artist

Jun Kaneko: Blurred Lines Karl and Bertl Arnstein Galleries February 17–May 27 Undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed artists working in contemporary ceramics today, Jun Kaneko has spent decades pushing the boundaries of ceramics, sculpture, painting, the abstract and the figural, and has repeatedly blurred the lines that have traditionally separated the world of fine art and craft. Jun Kaneko: […]






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