Oppositions: The Secessionists vs. The Cleveland Society of Artists

Pulled from the permanent collection of ARTneo, Oppositions explores the contrasting styles of two prominent Cleveland artist groups in the early twentieth century. Portraits, still lifes, and landscapes illustrate the difference between the avant-garde and traditional approaches to creating art. The rivaling groups were formed to both challenge and uphold artistic traditions. The Secessionists, established in 1911, included Henry Keller, […]

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Time Travel: New Paintings by David King

Time Travel: New Paintings by David King offers a sense of nostalgia in an unexpected way. King, first-prize winner of ARTneo’s Cleveland Creates 2017 exhibition, gives faded memories a sense of urgency and puzzlement. The bright fluorescent colors and expressive paint application jolt the viewer’s perceptions of the vintage candid photography source materials that inspire his paintings. David King writes of […]

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States of Expression: Prints from the ARTneo Collection

This survey from ARTneo’s collection provides a look at the history of the print in Northeast Ohio, including comprehensive collections of Henry Keller and Kálmán Kubinyi etchings. The diverse range of artists and time periods illustrates the enduring quality of the printed image with both traditional and experimental techniques. States of Expression opens Third Friday, June 21, and runs through […]

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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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