Juneteenth Exhibit at ARTFUL, with Curator LaSaundra Robinson

LaSaundra Robinson, an accomplished painter herself, curates the third annual Juneteenth exhibit at ARTFUL. She sits down with Shannon Morris to discuss her work and the upcoming exhibit. Shannon Morris: What artist/artists most influence your work? LaSaundra Robinson: Henry Taylor, Kerry James Marshall, and Charly Palmer along with countless YouTube and Instagram artists keep me wanting to paint and try […]

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Tricia Kaman: Painting From Life, A Retrospective Comes to Ashtabula Arts Center

There is endless beauty to be found in the natural world. Unless that beauty is directly perceived with one’s own sight, it is filtered, interpreted, and represented, either by an artist or a machine. For many years, the only way one could witness distant lands was through the interpretation of a painter’s brush; but now, after the advent of mechanical […]

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Christopher Kaspar and Greg Martin, Exploring Perspectives: An Exhibition of Shifts, at BAYarts

According to Christopher Kaspar, the start of Shifts can be traced back to his and Greg Martin’s participation in group shows at Photocentric, curated by Michael Loderstedt. It was amidst these exhibitions that they found themselves drawn to each other’s creative processes, recognizing the subtle nuances that distinguished their respective styles. They are exhibiting together this summer at BAYarts. The […]

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Marking Time and Space at Context

Rebecca Kaler and Robert Wright transcend Abstract Expressionism by using their mark making as a record of time and space. Kaler and Wright delve into ideas of memory and legacy through interpretations of expressive brush strokes that recall graffiti and physical movement. Kaler utilizes hash marks or scrawled text within abstract compositions to make the statement “I was here.” Her […]

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Edward E. Parker Museum of Art: Ready for Summer 2024

We have new art on display in our lower-level studio. If you have time, stop by and check it out. Ed Parker has a new work-in-progress, and students have recently completed soon-to-be fired sculptures. We have placed an assortment of Black history crosswords, brain teasers, and word puzzles in the first-level gallery, near the display of Ed Parker’s full-figured women […]

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2nd Annual CSU Office of the President Exhibition

The Galleries at CSU (Cleveland State University), in collaboration with the Department of Art and Design, present the 2nd Annual CSU Office of the President Exhibition. This exhibition runs June 10 through November 22. It transports student talent from the Arts Campus at Playhouse Square across campus to CSU President Laura Bloomberg’s office. The artists showcased in this prestigious exhibition […]

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