Reflecting on life and loss, this clay artist adds unusual ingredients to his clay-spices, baking ingredients, and ground cork that then burn away in the kiln. The ceramic forms and structures are left with voids imprinted with the organic matter- metaphors for the impressions we leave on each other as we pass through life.
Sounds absurd, but at the writing of this statement there are 16,500,000 millionaires, 2,043 billionaires and it is speculated that by 2040 we will have our first Trillionaire. A word that sounds like a child’s boast is destine to become a reality. Although, the work in this exhibition is not directly about money, the cultural […]
Meet the Artist Reception Saturday, Feb. 17th, 12:00pm–3:00pm Gallery talks start at 1:00pm This solo exhibition showcases Ohio artist James Mellick’s signature wood forms and includes the installation of his recent “Wounded Warrior Dogs Project.” Each dog represents a different military campaign, as well as the injuries that their human counterparts endure. Mellick created the […]
Meet the Artist Reception Saturday, Feb. 17th, 12:00pm–3:00pm Gallery talks start at 1:00pm April Sunami is an award winning artist focusing on figural mixed media painting. Her subjects revolve around women and the female form with fanciful hair and/or body coverings-burka, hijab, veil, coupling the abstract with the figurative, while addressing the dichotomies of representational/abstract, light/dark, […]
The Paintings of Paul-Henri Bourguignon