Thomas French Fine Art Spring Preview

This spring, Thomas French Fine Art is pleased to announce three exciting online exhibitions on  thomasfrenchfineart.com, as well as our participation in the Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association (NOADA) Art Expo  May 10-12 in Cleveland, at which we will feature the work of African American artist Sedrick Huckaby.   Architecture + Urbanism in April will feature a wide selection of architectural studies of the urban environment.  Historically, artists’ work has […]






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Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association Announces Expo 2013

The Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association (NOADA) presents its annual ARTExpo May 10 through 12, 2013 at the Bidwell Foundation’s Transformer Station, 1460 West 29th Street, in Cleveland’s historic Ohio City neighborhood. NOADA member galleries and dealers participating in ARTExpo 2013 are 1point 618, Bonfoey Gallery, William Busta  Gallery, Thomas French Fine Art, Harris Stanton Gallery, Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, Thomas R. Riley Galleries,  Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Tregoning & Company, and […]






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Cleveland Institute of Music Opera Stars for Westlake-Westshore Arts Council

Distinguished Opera stars of tomorrow will appear in an FYI Opera program brought to you by Westlake-Westshore Arts  Council at Westlake Porter Public Library, 27333 Center Ridge Road on April 2nd at 7:30pm. This program, in its 22nd season running, will preview the Cleveland Institute of Music’s upcoming productions of “Great Scenes from Great  Opera.”   Each April, CIM showcases its opera students in scenes reflecting a wide variety of […]






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Generous Donors: The Print Club of Cleveland

The designation of a gallery specifically for print exhibitions when the Cleveland Museum of Art’s new building opened in  1916 emphasizes the importance of prints at the museum. However, the real impetus for the growth of print collecting came in December 1919 when the museum’s board of trustees established the Department of Prints and appointed Ralph  Thrall King, a museum trustee, to act as volunteer curator. King immediately initiated […]






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Cleveland Institute of Art Exhibitions Offer An Eclectic Line-up

The Reinberger Galleries at the Cleveland Institute of Art is proud to present the work of four internationally known  artists during CIA’s spring exhibitions, beginning March 29.   This series of exhibitions highlights the use of everyday materials found in typical industrial supply or big box home  improvement stores, along with found, recycled film and sound constructions from a variety of previously produced  sources. The work will challenge how you […]






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Cleveland Arts Prize offers Limited Edition Etching by Amy Casey

The Cleveland Arts Prize recently announced the launch of MasterWorks, an annual program to highlight the work of a  Cleveland Arts Prize Winner. This year, we commissioned a work by celebrated artist Amy Casey. She created this  beautiful limited edition etching titled “Town Assembly” just for us. It is available for purchase exclusively through the  Cleveland Arts Prize.   Ms. Casey won the Cleveland Arts Prize for Emerging […]






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Brandt Gallery presents Kari Solomon and Peter Seward

Kari Solomon April 12–May 10, 2013 Solomon curates an exhibit of interactive installations demonstrating the unique results of collaboration between art  and technology. The show also reflects the collaboration of artists, designers, and computer programmers to create  unique experiences with the community wherein the works are displayed. The desired result is to engage viewers through sight, sound, and touch to interact with the exhibit and its live installations, both at […]






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City Artists At Work and The Plain Dealer Feature Artists of the Western Reserve

The Plain Dealer will feature artists Bonnie Dolin and William Gould in their first floor Lobby/Gallery with an exhibit,  titled Artists View of the Western Reserve. The exhibit, which runs from January 21 to March 30, represents their  interpretations of landscapes and cityscapes in Northeast Ohio. Artist Bonnie Dolin feels that although we are in an age of new technology, she still uses traditional materials with roots  in […]






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The Plain Dealer Features Artists of the Western Reserve

The Plain Dealer will feature artists Bonnie Dolin and William Gould in their first floor Lobby/Gallery with an exhibit,  titled Artists View of the Western Reserve. The exhibit, which runs from January 21 to March 30, represents their  interpretations of landscapes and cityscapes in Northeast Ohio.   Artist Bonnie Dolin feels that although we are in an age of new technology, she still uses traditional materials with roots […]






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