Flexible Domains at Harris Stanton, Akron

    Transitions between one state and the next, bending, flexing, modifying, adapting, able to yield to change. How much flexibility does an artist allow him or herself between the original concept for a work, the studies, and the final product? Flexible Domains examines the question for artists Matthew Kolodziej, Andrea Joki and glass artist Robert Coby. The majority of […]






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A Garden, An Eden

  Since humanity learned something about fire, about its properties of heat and light, and then learned something about how to preserve fire, and then, finally, how to make it, we have cherished it in the hearth of our dwellings. And, since then, we have been making shapes in the shadows – first with our hands, and, later, with cut-outs, […]






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Satellite Gallery Launches, Explores Space and Looks at Planet Earth, its Small Beings and an Erie Lake

  WootWootHOOTwowYipyipyeaHyes#!!! sHaZZZamBamwhoopieYoWZer! Ground Control to Major Naji: We have lift off! Satellite Gallery has occupancy and is manned by Captain Loren and copilot Grace with a crew of artists from some very far away worlds! The first crew exploring inner space installations consists of Joan of Art, Diane Collins, Scott Evans, Nancy Frazier, June Hund, Anastasia Pantsios, Scott Pickering, […]






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The Cleveland Region as Artistic Inspiration: Artwork inspired by the Glory of Cleveland & Northeast Ohio, from the Past to the Present

The Cleveland region has provided inspiration for visual artists since the early 20th century, producing many different creative results. Whether they are images of the rural countryside or the evolving cityscape, they are compelling works of art.   Louis Rosenberg (American 1890-1983) was commissioned by the Van Sweringen brothers to chronicle the demolition of older buildings and the excavation and […]






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A new year of community at Flux Metal Arts

From the holidays, to Valentine’s Day and beyond… Flux Metal Arts celebrates the seasons! Our Artisan Gallery is your destination to find a wide variety of fresh, fun and unique gifts, featuring hand-crafted jewelry and metalwork made by our talented regional artists. Flux Metal Arts welcomes a new year of jewelry and metalworking with special guests and events that will […]






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Snap and Pop: Jones Soda Co. and Center for Arts-Inspired Learning focus photo residency and contest with Saint Martin de Porres students

    “One more time. I can go faster.” A group of students from Saint Martin de Porres High School gather around a table at The Cleveland Print Room, eyes shut tightly, mouthing their time. They are practicing rolling film—an old technique, but a newly acquired skill—to get ready for their first dark room experience as members of Young Snappers. […]






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Tremont Art Walk begins 23rd Year

  The Tremont ArtWalk begins it’s 23rd year this February 2015, and artist owned and operated galleries have been a mainstay since the beginning.   Hartshorn Studios Rob Hartshorn opened his gallery, Hartshorn Studios in the heart of Tremont 8 years ago with the intention of creating a space in which to both make and exhibit work, joined by established […]






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Machined Senses: Ephemeral Exoskeletons and a Moody, Mechanical Minotaur at The Sculpture Center

  Multi-sensory technology takes over The Sculpture Center this fall. Margarita Benitez and Markus Vogl (//benitez_vogl) of Kent State University and the University of Akron explore the mediation of information in our lives, creating interactive works with materials ranging from wearables to sound, video, and light. {skin} D.E.E.P. – Digital Ephemeral Epidermal Patterns will be revealed as a 3-D imaging […]






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