WALK THE STREETS OF CLEVELAND WITH CHANNING AND BURK

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**Note: This show has been extended until Saturday, January 21.** A rainy winter day seemed perfect for stopping in to Bonfoey Gallery to see work by Laurence Channing.  These moody, hyperrealistic, mostly black and white drawings of Cleveland’s urban landscape present city streets, structures, and bridges as tranquil environments devoid of people or traffic.  Channing’s choice medium is charcoal and […]






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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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Arnold Tunstall: Movin’ On Up

Arnold Tunstall recently accepted the position of Director of the University Galleries at the University of Akron.  His appointment comes and the end of a 25-year career at the Akron Art Museum where he served in multiple roles, most recently as Collections Manager since 2008.   Lauren Hansgen: So you’ve been at the Akron Art Museum for your entire career… […]






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ARTneo presents works of Phyllis Seltzer and Hazel Janicki

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Phyllis Seltzer: A Feast of Americana September 16 – November 30, 2016 Curated by Christopher L. Richards ARTneo honors Phyllis Seltzer at our Annual Benefit this fall with a corresponding exhibition looking at her career in the arts. Best known for her heat-transfer prints, Seltzer has explored a number of printmaking techniques, including intaglio, woodcuts, screen printing, lithography, and ozalids. […]






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