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Thursday, March 13, 2014


Kent State Stark Campus.  Main Hall Art Gallery.  6000 Frank Ave. NW, North Canton, OH   "CoLab:  New Work by Stephanie Craig and Todd Leech." (Image Above) (NOC's Own!) Opening and Lecture 11:30 am.  
Brandt Gallery, 1028 Kenilworth, Cleveland, 216.621.1610,  “Sarah Biscuso.”
Cleveland Print Room (in Artcraft Building), 2550 Superior Ave, Suite 102, Cleveland, 216.401.5981  “Hidden Mother:  Reimagined.”  Opening 5pm. Modern technology has changed a lot – this is especially true in photography. Early cameras required much longer exposure times. As a consequence, sitters had to remain extremely still for extended periods of time. The trademark “ghost-like” stares from 19th Century subjects are the result of these long exposures.  The most difficult subjects in early portrait photography were young children. This weekend, the Cleveland Print Room invites a select group of female photographers to re-examine one of the early photographers’ “secret” techniques – the “Hidden Mother.”  Hidden Mother: Reimagined features the work of Laura Ruth Bidwell, Darrelle Anne Centuori, Jane Critchlow, Hadley K Conner, Joan Deveney, Helen Harry, Diana Hlywiak, Jocelynn Hunter, Honey Lazar, Liz Maugans, Heather Murray, Nancy McEntee, Barbara Merritt, Michelle Marie Murphy, Molly Pamela, Cynthia Penter, Deborah Pinter, Penny Rakoff, Toni Starinsk and Shari Wilkins.
Hartshorn Gallery, 2342 Professor ave, Cleveland.  “Against The Dying of the Light:  Lightscapes.”  Opening  6-10.  New work by Lila Rose Kole.
River Gallery,19046 Old Detroit Road, Rocky River 44116 440 331-8406,  “Jeff Yost and Terry Klausman.”  Opening 3-7pm. River Gallery is thrilled to announce the first exhibit  of our 2014 season.  (Image ABove).  Jeff Yost has recently relocated to Columbus, Ohio.  Jeff returns to River Gallery with a new collection of landscape paintings.  These evocative paintings, capture  landscapes in a moment of dusk or twilight, as well as distances that are cloaked in fog and half-light.  The rural and natural world is mysteriously rendered and is both foreign, yet intimately familiar.  Terry Klausman returns after last year's wonderful exhibit with Nina Huryn.  For this exhibit, Terry has tapped into his skills as a welder by trade,  and  has created a series of steel sculptures.  Some sculptures are windswept and graceful,  appearing to float; others stand tall, like skyscrapers or gazelles.  These sculptures  are very different from Terry's found object assemblages, but possess his keen sense of composition and fine approach to craftsmanship.

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Transformer Station 1460 W.29th Street, Cleveland,  “Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association.” For the second consecutive year, the Transformer Station hosts the Northern Ohio Art Dealers Associaion’s ARTExpo. This collaborative exhibition of local art dealers is the largest of its kind in the region. ARTExpo 2014 kicks off with an Opening Night Preview VIP Party hosted by LUXE Kitchen and Lounge on Friday evening.  Saturday’s events include an open house at the Intermuseum Conservatory Association and a “Walk and Talk” with renowned art historian and author Dr. Henry Adams. Dr. Adams will discuss selected works from each booth. On Sunday, Dr. Adams will be signing copies of his latest book, Painting in Pure Color: Modern Art in Cleveland Before the Armory Show, 1908-1913, in which he argues that the Post-Impressionist movement gained popularity in Cleveland before arriving in other major cities.  Whether you’re a first time buyer or a serious collector, you’re sure to find something you love at this special event. Don’t miss it!

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