In the Kricker Gallery
Collecting is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Retired curator and Columbus community leader, Bettye Stull, along with her late husband, Robert, ceramic artist and OSU Professor, spent their lives collecting art. This multi-media, multi-cultural exhibition focuses on the spirit of the artists; artists with universal perspective, many of whom the Stulls befriended and encouraged.
The exhibit features African, African-American, and Asian objects and works by artists Aminah Robinson, David MacDonald, Bing Davis, Hale Woodruff, Elizabeth Catlett, Romare Beardon, Benny Andrews, and ChiWara and Mende headdresses from African. Ceramics include Korean and Japanese utilitarian forms.
Through this formidable collection of paintings, sculptures, prints, and ceramics, we discover there is more that unites us than divides us.