In the Eyes of Prosperity

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“In the eyes of posterity, the success of the United States as a civilized society will be largely judged by the creative activities of its citizens in art, architecture, literature, music …” This was a statement of the President’s Commission on National Goals, established by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1960. The Commission’s work eventually led to the creation of the […]






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Life, Death and the In-Between: The Art of Clarence Holbrook Carter (1904-2000)

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  The extensive array of artwork by Clarence Carter now on exhibit at Wolf’s Gallery on Larchmere provides an eye-opening, if not frankly revisionist, experience of a painter we thought we knew. Wolf’s is showcasing work from all phases of the Cleveland School artist’s career, and will soon put on view a trove of more than 300 of Carter’s never-before-exhibited […]






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Fall Festivities at Flux Metal Arts

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Fall is an exciting time at Flux Metal Arts. Our gallery is full with local artisan jewelry, and the season is filled special guests and events to inspire and feed the creative spirit. We welcome Maryland artist Eric Burris September 12-13 for his workshop “Small Scale Mokume Gane.” A technique born out of Japanese metalsmithing, Mokume Gane translates in English […]






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Neighborhoods and International Perspectives at Harris Stanton

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Opening our fall season at the Harris Stanton Gallery in Cleveland is the group show Cleveland Neighborhoods on August 28. This exhibition will feature four talented local artists: Tom Roese, Christine Ries, Glen Ratusnik, and Diane Pribojan. Each approaches the Cleveland Neighborhood concept with surprisingly different viewpoints. Roese’s focus will primarily be on the homes and buildings of the Tremont […]






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HEDGE Represents

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After seven years focused on local emerging and professional artists, director Hilary Gent has selected some of Akron and Cleveland’s most progressive and talented artists for representation by the Gallery. New works by these artists will be on view in HEDGE Represents, beginning with a reception from 5 to 9 pm September 18, continuing through November 20. HEDGE Gallery will […]






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Heights Arts presents rising local artists in Emergent 2015

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Heights Arts continues to celebrate the finest “local produce” of Northeast Ohio with a new annual exhibition, Emergent 2015, opening Friday, September 4 and running through October 17. The show features artists who graduated from area art programs in recent years and are now producing significant work. Throughout history, many regions have provided fertile environments for vibrant artistic production, and […]






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Dana Oldfather’s Soft Armor at Bonfoey

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The Bonfoey Gallery presents paintings of Cleveland artist, Dana Oldfather in Soft Armor, on view in our street level and lower gallery from October 2 – November 1, 2015. An opening reception with the artist will be held at the gallery, Friday, October 2nd from 5 – 8 pm. There is a point when art takes over your life and […]






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Winners of the 2015 Cleveland Arts Prize

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Special Prize Recipients   The Robert Bergman Prize recognizes passionate leadership from artists who have broadened their field, and whose life communicate the joy and deep human relevance of the arts. William Gould is an artist of multiple talents who has had a significant impact on the Cleveland urban landscape. In 1961, he established Gould/Associates, Inc., an award winning architecture […]






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