Weaving in a Digital Age

Janice Lessman-Moss, Jacquard Weaving.

When walking into Praxis Fiber Workshop for the first time, visitors are struck by the presence of 24 large wooden structures. Many are familiar with weaving, but newcomers are captivated by the engineering of the loom and the strength and grace of the machine. “How does it work?” This question bursts with curiosity and also demonstrates the distance from our […]






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14 Artists-In-Residence Arrive at Morgan Conservatory

“RESIDENCY PROGRAMS allow you to be away from the world for short increments of time,” reflects Founder and Artistic Director, Tom Balbo. They provide the studio space, equipment and uninterrupted interval of time crucial in helping artists create new work while advancing their approaches and ways of thinking. Beginning in February and extending through November, the Morgan will host 14 […]






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Winter/Spring 2018 at the Shaker Historical Museum’s Lissauer Gallery

Christopher Hoot, Footbridge.

The Shaker Historical Museum is pleased to present two innovative exhibitions in the Lissauer Gallery this winter and spring. During the first week of March, Christopher Hoot’s brilliantly colored abstractions offer up a visceral experience for those who crave the richness of color forms at the end of a winter thaw. Next, wrap up spring with a minimalistic interpretation of […]






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LAND studio: Corner Light

- Photo © Bob Perkoski, www.Perkoski.com

Illuminating Cleveland’s Public Square with bold, luminous signs and symbols is Corner Light, the third installation in the Landform public art series curated by LAND studio. Created by Cleveland SGS, a collaborative of Cleveland-based artists, Corner Light was inspired by the ability of neighborhoods to define the character of a city. Corner Light is composed of brightly colored, illuminated injection-molded […]






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The Gallery at Lakeland “from WOMAN” show: a legacy of honoring women artists

Dona Iona Drozda, Bee Tara.

Mary Urbas, Lakeland Community College’s gallery coordinator, is on a mission to support women artists. For 11 years, she has curated a show, scheduled every spring in The Gallery at Lakeland, specifically dedicated to art pieces created by women. The show, called “Celebrate Women’s History Month – from WOMAN XI…created by women, for women and about women” presents a vast […]






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Kalman & Pabst Photo Group’s 2018 Fine Art Show

Kalman & Pabst Photo Group, Cleveland’s premier commercial photography, video, and CGI studio, is pleased to announce its 7th Biennial Fine Art Show, taking place April 27–28. The show will once again see the 18,000-square-foot Midtown studio transform itself into a dazzling, multilevel art gallery showcasing more than 400 pieces of its talented staff’s personal artwork. Steeped in tradition, The […]






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Heights Arts Presents Drawn Together and Its First Members Show

Dana Oldfather, Untitled.

Opening March 9 in the Heights Arts main gallery, Drawn Together: Emotional Intelligence and the Vernacular of the Heart explores the Buddhist concept of the brahma-viharas, also known as the four divine emotions, through drawings by John Carlson, Suzanne Head, Tony Ingrisano, and Dana Oldfather. Drawn Together explores the emotions of loving-kindness (metta), compassion (karuna), vicarious or sympathetic joy (mudita), […]






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Matthew Gallagher Solo Exhibition

Matthew Gallagher engaging the physical world with magnets.

This May at HEDGE Gallery, Matthew Gallagher will debut his most recent body of works exploring physics, materiality and generative processes through visual and sonic arts. Unseen physical forces drive the exploration of Gallagher’s processes, as he presents a diverse portfolio of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture. Paint and ink are fundamental tools for mapping his self-expression but—acting as a […]






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