Experience Brandon Juhasz In Real Life, Understand Scott Goss’ Incoherent Spaces at Maria Neil Art Project


Brandon Juhasz: IRL

It seems as if there is a great deal of fluidity in what is considered ‘real life’. At one time, this was easy to determine, but now, especially with the Internet, real life takes on very different meaning depending on how you view the situation. The prevalence of the online world has also caused photography to exist in a very different realm in today’s contemporary culture. It is malleable and fluid. Ownership is – or is not – as important as photos are snapped, edited, altered and constantly re-contextualized through forwards, shares and posting and reposting. IRL is a reflection of how images are used and shared. Much like a painter uses pigment to render images, Brandon Juhasz, a Cleveland-based photographer, enables stock photos, camera phone shots, internet pictures and manipulations to collide to render images that speak to not only the past but represent the present and its image savvy and saturated realities.

Scott Goss: Incoherent Spaces

We can’t remember everything. Many things remain with us, almost forever, yet some things get lost, disappear, or are forgotten. As our memories begin to age, relics of our past, bits and pieces of what we once knew, endure as segments, small sections of our original memory, filled in by voids of space that are often confused, blurry, and indistinct.

Scott Goss, Another Place

Scott Goss, Another Place

By digging deep into the trenches of his own memories, multi-media artist Scott Goss recalls specific architectural details of places he’s been and structures he’s seen. They are recollections from childhood trips, or buildings he passed by while traveling by car. These memories are often incomplete. Incoherent Spaces seeks to complete the composition of these memories, using the architectural details Goss remembers and filling in the incomplete often-disjointed spaces with the patterning that clouds his subconscious. Also working in a painterly manner, Scott uses a variety of processes that include digital rendering, painting, drawing, silk-screening, sandblasting, and engraving. He approaches each sheet of transparent glass as an investigation of ways to manipulate the glass into rich, detailed imagery that is at once abstract and quite clear.

Barbara Stanford: Imperceptible Paradigm

An artistic newcomer to the Cleveland community, Ms. Stanford has been creating art mostly for herself and for a handful of juried shows and group exhibitions. Having never shown commercially, nearly twenty years of work will be on display to the public for the very first time. Her exhibition continues through June 14


Barbara Stanford: Imperceptible Paradigm

Continuing through June 14

Brandon Juhasz: IRL

July 3 through August 16

Opening Reception: Friday, July 3, 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm


Scott Goss: Incoherent Spaces

September 4 through October 18

Opening Reception: Friday, September 4, 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm


Maria Neil Art Project

15813 Waterloo Rd

Cleveland, OH 44110




Every First Friday: 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Wednesdays: 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Saturdays & Sundays: 12:00 to 5:00 pm

Other hours by appointment.