Continuum: Art of the Cleveland School and Beyond

In partnership with the Canton Museum of Art, ARTneo presents Continuum: Art of the Cleveland School and Beyond. In the 1920s, Cleveland’s position as the center for American watercolor painting and its strong connection with commercial and fine art ceramics helped to define what is commonly known as the “Cleveland School” of artists. The newer generations of artists continue to […]

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Recent Acquisitions to ARTneo’s Permanent Collection

Through generous gifts, ARTneo continues to build its collection of the significant art created by Northeast Ohio artists. ARTneo’s permanent collection has become an important resource for those interested in regional art. The exhibition features works by Richard Andres, Tom Balbo, Ruth Bercaw, Timothy Callaghan, Eileen Dorsey, Andy Dreamingwolf, Mary Lou Ferbert, Derek Hess, Andrea Joki, Douglas Lucak, Ken Nevadomi, […]

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Upcoming Exhibitions at ARTneo

Time, Space & Life: Works by David Buttram & Deborah Silver May 18–June 15 ARTneo is proud to present works by David Buttram and Deborah Silver, the second- and third-prize winners of ARTneo’s Cleveland Creates 2017 juried exhibition. Buttram creates paintings that pay close attention to light, shadow, reflections and color to reveal a range of human emotions. Silver combines […]

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Gloria Plevin at ARTneo: “transformed through selective imagination”

Like the breath of memory, the works of Gloria Plevin present a moment gracefully imagined and conscientiously realized in a personal consideration of time.  In that time there is stillness and then a presentation, and then something of reflection.  The works hold that stillness as a meditation without intent to surprise or disturb.  But there is cautious mystery that takes […]

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ARTneo presents works of Andy Dreamingwolf, plus Cleveland Creates

Pop & Circumstance: Works by Andy Dreamingwolf March 18 – May  19, 2017 Through a photorealistic sense of nostalgia, Andy Dreamingwolf creates works that examine the paralleled history of the pharmaceutical and soft drink industries. Between the 1850s and the turn of the twentieth century, the pharmaceutical industry was comprised of traditional botanicals and was beginning to develop new synthetic […]

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2016: STRANGE MELANCHOLY, Thoughts on the Worst Year Ever & “The Magic Realism of Hazel Janicki” at ARTneo

As a proud member of the CAN Journal team and an insatiable art-appreciator, I see more art exhibitions than the average person in the course of a year.  Personally I’ve never been a fan of end-of-the-year lists, or best-of’s, and when the critics start rolling out their inevitable snoozy inventories I tend to just tune out.  But in what has been a […]

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Wandering Palette: Watercolors from the ARTneo Collection

In the early twentieth century, Northeast Ohio became home to one of the most accomplished schools of watercolor painting in American art and helped to create a regional artistic identity. Watercolor embodied an important American value: freedom. The affordability of the paint and easily transportable materials gave artists the ability to leave the studio. Paired with a lack of stylistic […]

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