The Art Gallery of Willoughby Presents Paul Spina Retrospective
The Art Gallery has moved to a new location at 38721 Mentor Avenue, Suite 1, phone 440.946.8001. Parking is plentiful.
We are pleased to announce that we will be representing artist Paul Spina in a retrospective exhibit. The Art Gallery will be showing a few pieces of Spina’s work as a “tease” for the fall show, which will open on Friday, September 28. Paul, now deceased, was an interesting man. Active in the SoHo, New York art scene of the ’60s, he endlessly created two-, and three-dimensional art in an almost manic creative frenzy. His eclectic work referenced World War II, other artists (such as de Chirico, Seurat, Dalí, Rembrandt), and—always ironically—Good & Plenty candies.
Also showing is the work of Katherine Kurkov. Kat is an automotive photographer and photojournalist whose images and articles have been published in Canada, US, and France. Everyone who loves cars needs to see her creative, iconic photos. She will be here—along with a couple of classic cars—for a tent show on the second and third weekends of June. If you’re looking for something different for Dad this Father’s Day, bring him to pick out a great automotive photo.
We are also excited to show the work of Campbell G. Paxton, a figurative sculptor. He creates mini masterpieces in polymer clay—detailed representations of human hands, torsos, and gods and monsters like Pan and Medusa.
Artist Ken Coon has painted a series of downtown Willoughby images.
KAT KURKOV | JUNE 9 & 10 AND JUNE 16 & 17
SWEET TREATS | OPENS FRIDAY, JULY 13
A candy-themed show with our favorite artists
PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW | OPENS FRIDAY, AUGUST 10
PAUL SPINA: RETROSPECTIVE | OPENS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
The Art Gallery
38721 Mentor Avenue, #1
Willoughby, Ohio 44094