Friday, February 26, 2010
2010 Senior Class Art Exhibition at Baldwin-Wallace College Opening Reception Friday Feb. 26th from 5-8 pm. Fawick Gallery, Kleist Center for Art and Drama, 94 East Bagley Road, Berea, OH 44017
Sunday, February 21, 2010
The site is actually a blog and the way they have set it up is truly amazing.
enjoy and stay centered!
Tom Rohr Memorial Online Auction
Friday, February 19, 2010
Diego Velazquez: Remixed A hip posse of Cleveland artists recreate and revamp the works of Spanish Baroque painter Diego Velazquez in Wall Eye Gallery's newest exhibition opening on Fri 2/19 from 6-11PM. Among the highlights are Arabella Proffer's naughty interpretation of "Lady with a Fan" [her work pictured at left], plus remixes by The Sign Guy, Anthony Jacobs, David Szekeres and others. @ 5304 Detroit Ave. http://WallEyeGallery.com
Third Fridays @ 78th St Studios One of Cle's hottest creative hubs is now open and available for you to explore every month. The 78th St Studios, located in Detroit-Shoreway, invites you to roam the halls, have a drink and check out the newest exhibits. Go on Fri 2/19 for artist talks, live music and a Haiti Art Benefit silent auction. Be there from 5-9PM.
Sunday February 21st Opening
Sandusky Cultural Center Faculty Show Opening Reception Sunday Feb 21st from 1-4pm. 2130 Hayes Ave. Sandusky, OH 77870 419.625.1188. This faculty show was arranged to showcase the talents of some of Erie County’s art educators. Show features the work of the great Josh Haplea as well as Donna Andaraus, Sally Roth, John Eschels, Richard Browne, Keith Capizzi, Andrew Shannon, Michael Beuglass, Karen Shaylor, Michele Ziemke, Rosalyn Sheperd and Cheryl Sullivan.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Check out the Tremont art walk this Friday! There are openings at Brandt Gallery, Mastroianni Arts, Lucky’s Café, Doubting Thomas and Asterisk Gallery. Be sure to also check out and recently posted events and openings on our blog:
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Monday, February 8, 2010
WHEN: 2/12/10 6pm - 10pm*
WHERE: Geode Gallery
*Show runs through 3/7/10
Also this is Artwalk night!!
2/13/10 12pm - 5pm
WHERE: Geode Gallery
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Tom Zwierlein here at UK this coming week. He will be in town this week from Friday Feb 12th - Monday Feb15th. All events are free and open to the public. Please let me know if you have any questions.
WORKSHOP SCHEDULE- All events are free and open to the public
FRIDAY FEB. 12
Noon-1pm - Arts Professions Lecture Whitehall Classroom #118
2-5pm – Artist Workshop- Throwing and Altering
SATURDAY- FEB 13
1-3pm. Informal Workshop. Stop by and watch Tom build a large stacked vessel.
MONDAY FEB. 15
1-3:30 - Demos on tea bowls, water buckets and vase forms.
5-7:30 - Lecture on Modern American Ceramics and Demonstration
NOTE: The workshop events will take place in the U.K. Ceramics Studio. The Ceramics Studio is located on the 2nd floor of Reynolds Building #1, 672 S. Broadway, Lexington, KY 40506-0101.
Please find a map attached with directions for the Reynolds Building No. 1 (in yellow), where the ceramics studio is located on the 2nd floor almost to the very back, and the parking garage (in pink) located fairly near the Reynolds Building.
*Note: The Reynolds Building is not directly on South Broadway, although it is visible. To drive there, you must turn off South Broadway and go through the gate to reach Scott Street.
PARKING – Workshop attendees may not park in permit lots, but may park in one of the following options.
1. Comer’s Parking Lot $4 per day- Located on Scott Street. Directions: Heading north on Nicholasville/Limestone Street turn left onto Scott Street or if you are heading south on Upper Street take a right on Scott Street and the lot is down the road on the LEFT.
2. UK Parking Garage- located between South Upper Street and North Limestone/Nicholasville - $10 per day or hourly rates.
3. Metered Parking
Contact Information: Hunter Stamps, email@example.com. 859-257-3291
Assistant Professor of Ceramic Sculpture
Department of Art, College of Fine Arts, UK
207 Fine Arts Building. Lexington, KY 40506-0022
Friday, February 5, 2010
Well we have been quite busy this past week in the NOC headquarters. Sandy Miller set up a new Blog for you and us should all check it out! I will continue posting the Friday opening on the Yahoo site for two more weeks to allow people to transition over to the blog site. From then on you will have to check the blog for the listings! Also if you have any news to post please email it to me by Thursday night to be included in the Friday postings.
See you out and about,
River Gallery Our 2010 season begins with an exhibit of work by: Diane Bjel, ceramic sculpture Kim Schoel, jewelry Jeff Yost, paintings On Saturday, February 6th from 3-7pm. The exhibit is on display through March 27th Our 2010 schedule: April 3: Ceramics Invitational May 8: Jewelry Exhibit River Gallery jewelry artists are delivering new work in time for this opening. Keep River Gallery in mind for your Valentine's Day gifts. 19046 Old Detroit Rd., Rocky River OH 44116 440 331 8406 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pop Shop Gallery is proud to announce its next event entitled, The Black and White Affair, on Saturday February 6th from 6-9pm. This showcase of over 20 Cleveland artists will highlight the achromatic scheme of black and white imagery. Pieces will range from paintings, photographs, and drawings that all follow a contemporary style. Mean while in (art)ificial gallery, The New Era exhibition will open simultaneously with the Pop Shop’s event. The New Era, has been described as the observations and exaggerations of Cleveland’s own, Rick Sans and Sergio Andujar II. The duo states, “As we enter a new decade, we feel there is a mix of new and old within the social conscious. The things we grew up with, have come back in full circle, and seem to over saturate the world we live in.” The artwork is the celebration and rebellion of modern pop culture and its history. This show features artwork primarily on vinyl records as well as canvas and other found objects. The Pop Shop is located at 17020 Madison Ave. Lakewood, Ohio
Asterisk Gallery is hosting a closing reception for "1-2 Punch" Charles Wince and Paul Volker Feb 6 from 6pm to midnight. Asterisk is located at 2393 Professor Ave. in Tremont.
Tin Hearts Transformed Local artist Anne Weissman invited book artists, collage makers, sculptors and potters to transform empty heart-shaped cookie tins into original pieces of art [pictured]. See how far these creative folk stretched their imaginations at this exhibit opening on Thu 2/4. 6-8PM @ Loganberry Books, 13015 Larchmere Blvd. Show runs through Sat 2/27. http://LoganberryBooks.com
Free Workshop at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania! Jennifer Allen will be presenting a two-day workshop in the ceramics building of Edinboro University on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 8th and 9th. Workshop will be 9-5:30 Monday and Tuesday and the artists lecture will be Monday at 8:30. Her website is: www.jenallenceramics.com
April 3-April 30, 2010
Interested artists should email 3-5 images, an artist's statement and corresponding pricelist (or provide a link to a website with this information) for gallery review. . Deadline is Feb. 14, 2010.
The exhibit opens on April 3, 2010, runs through May 1, 2010
and will coincide with the American Art Pottery Association Convention (April 21-25).
River Gallery will be on the tour route for the convention.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Todd Leech and I have volunteered to keep this blog up to date and hopefully
form a more connected clay community.
You can join up to be follower by clicking on the "Follow" icon in the top left hand corner
or on the "Follower" icon to the right.
When new items are posted you should be notified. You have the ability to comment on postings
at you're convenience.
We can post photos pretty easily.
Videos can be up loaded too. If there is an opening and you have a video, send it to me
and I will post it.
The blog will also let us post everyone's website to link the clay artists in this area.
If you have a website and would like it on the blog, send it to me!
Happy Clay and stay centered!