Cinema 03 and Kasumi at Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery

CINEMA 03 SEPTEMBER 21–NOVEMBER 3, 2012 As children, we may have our favorite bedtime stories or illustrations, or even a favorite piece of music, but for most of  us, the earliest and most enduring art experience is in the cinema. Cinema is a wholly new and transportive experience,  imparting both an immediacy and a distance, almost like watching someone else’s dream. It is the ultimate expression of  the gestalt […]

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Bockrath And Loven at Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery

This summer at Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, two artists draw their inspiration from the process of painting itself. Each artist evokes an archetypal visual language, allowing imagery to emerge as a visceral progression. Lissa Bockrath May 11–July 14, 2012 “I try to keep an open mind and not get constrained by any definitive image. I may begin with an idea or concept, but it does not define […]

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Liz Maugans and Audra Skuodas at 1POINT618

LIZ MAUGANS DESPERATE SIGNS OPENING RECEPTION: 7–10 P.M. FEBRUARY 1, 2013 Liz Maugans is a co-founder and managing director of Cleveland’s Zygote Press, and the 2012 winner of the Martha  Joseph Prize from the Cleveland Arts Prize. She’s also a founding member of Cleveland’s most recent arts publication,  CAN Journal. Maugans’ work demonstrates her supreme ability to both live in and criticize modern American domestic life. Her […]

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Kathleen Loe and Barry Underwood at 1point618

Located within the Gordon Square Arts District of Cleveland’s historic Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, 1point618  presents fine art that is superior in quality and content by artists of regional, national, and international acclaim. KATHLEEN LOE SEDUCTION AND SURVEILLANCE: THE EROTICISM OF SECRETS OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 7-10PM For Kathleen Loe, being raised in the deep South was a tricky environment to navigate. From family surveillance […]

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Internal Combustion And Shifting Points of View at 1POINT618

INTERNAL COMBUSTION AND SHIFTING POINTS OF VIEW AT 1POINT618 BY DJ HELLERMAN Located within the Gordon Square Arts District of Cleveland’s historic Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, 1point618 presents fine art that is superior in quality and content by artists of regional, national, and international acclaim. upcoming exhibits highlight Cleveland industry and culture, first with a two-day show of fine motorcycles in conjunction with Gordon Square Art District Day, followed by exhibits […]

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Three New Shows at BAYarts

JANUARY 11–31 LUKE J. TORNATZKY Luke Tornatzky directly expresses his silent stories of love, longing and solitude like this: “There is no end to this exploration of color, light, shape and texture. I create a space, which the viewer may want to enter, and once there, forget the painting and become lost in the feelings which the art has evoked.” Opening reception January 11th 7–9 p.m. FEBRUARY […]

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Guest Curators, 50th Juried Show at BAYarts

THREE VIEWS SEPTEMBER 7–30 Award winning artists David Ward, Ken Smith, Edward Beyer exhibit plein air studies and studio works from three points of view and three diverse careers: from American Greetings BAYarts portrait studio. Opening Reception September 7th, 7–9 pm 50TH ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION / THRESHOLD  OCTOBER 12–NOVEMBER 2 In the Sullivan Family Gallery. Esteemed judges: Susan Channing, curator, educator and artist, and Del Rey Loven,  artist/professor […]

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In the BAYarts Summertime

BAYarts Annual Summer Concerts is a “bring your own chair or blanket” concert series that offers a great occasion to enjoy the magnificence of Cleveland Metroparks in the summertime. The free series is made possible by funding from PNC and radio sponsor WCPN. Each year the series highlights local talent on the outdoor stage. Picnics are encouraged for these family friendly events, and parking is free. For a complete […]

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Our Town

It’s been a newsworthy year at Zygote Press, most recently with the announcement that the Cleveland Arts Prize will  recognize co-founders Liz Maugans and Bellamy Printz with the Martha Joseph Prize for Distinguished Service to the  Arts. This recognition and so much of Zygote’s activity is the result of collaboration, and this summer’s series of programs is a case in point. Zygote’s neighborhood is known as the “Ar tsQuar ter”, […]

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Occupying Zygote Press

Each June, Zygote Press invites a nonprint artist to abandon his or her discipline and occupy the studio as Zygote’s  Artist In Residence. In recent weeks, 2012 resident artist Johnny Coleman has worked closely with Zygote’s print coordinator Paul Rogers in our non-air conditioned collective to experience fresh new approaches to his oeuvre. Coleman is a sculptor/installation artist and Professor of Art and African American Studies at Oberlin College. He […]

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