CAN Triennial Dealer Guide: Sherrie Gallerie

Sherrie Gallerie strives to continually show the absolute best in contemporary art and art jewelry. By representing international, national, and local artists in all media, Sherrie Gallerie offers a refreshing variety in both concept and craftsmanship. From the intricate patterns of Italian glass to unique approaches in art jewelry, every piece in the gallery is tied together by its supreme […]

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CAN Triennial Dealer Guide: Watershed Artist Book Collective

Anna Tararova Anna Tararova was born in Russia. She received an MFA in printmaking from Ohio University. Anna is a printmaker and papermaker. She completed artist residencies at Women’s Studio Workshop, the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago, the Morgan Conservatory, and Dundee Contemporary Arts, and she exhibits her work internationally. Anna teaches papermaking, printmaking, and […]

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CAN Triennial Dealer Guide: Zygote Press

Zygote Press is a community art organization and open-access print workspace that has hosted local artists and international residencies for decades. At the Zygote Press booth, you will find silkscreens, etchings, aquatints, plate lithographs, letterpress and monoprints. Some limited edition, fine art prints were created at Ink House, Zygote’s secondary facility in the Waterloo Arts District, where our experienced printers […]

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MORE THAN AN IDEA

MORE THAN A BORDER OF FLOWERS In April, William Busta brought to the CAN office a yellowed, newsprint tabloid we had never seen before. The Guide to Cleveland Art Week was published September 19, 1980. The occasion was a week-long celebration of art coordinated by NOVA—the New Organization for the Visual Arts—in cooperation with the Cleveland Press. The Guide offered […]

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“Things that are in the news right now”: Painter Jen Omaitz explores natural disaster through assemblage

“I always like to say I am a painter,” says Jen Omaitz, standing in her kitchen. She lives in Kent with her husband Steve Collier, and two large dogs—an Akita and an Alaskan Malamute—in a house surrounded by oaks and pines. Inside, there’s plenty of evidence of that medium: in addition to works by several other Northeast Ohio artists, the […]

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