See What’s New and Inspiring
July 29, 2017
Opening night will feature our sexy Ambassadors, guiding you to your deepest art pleasures, while Bella Donna and Phil Maneri perform music to whet your appetite for seduction. Be taken in by the art as you enjoy deliciously decadent treats provided by Butter Girl Bakery; Imbibe the sumptuous wines of Shamrock Vineyards. La Poblanita taco truck will be serving up some spicy temptations as well. Special treats for naughty play will be provided by the Garden, Chamber, and Joint. And the afterparty continues at Rehab with drink specials featuring OYO spirits.
Please be advised, Il Gabinetto Segreto is open to those of Mature Age (18+) and Respected Morals. $5.00 at the door on opening night. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information
July 21 - 31, 2017
Ohio Glass Museum
July 21 – July 30 – ArtWalk Artist, Lisa Horkin’s artwork in “Fine Art and Blown Glass” is currently on display at Ohio Glass Museum in the Gallery. Her jewelry ‘vessels’ are available in the OGM Gift Shop. All are available for sale. The museum is open Tuesday – Sunday – 1-4pm.
March 17 – April 15, 2017
Inside: Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, Ohio, March 17 – April 15, 2017
Outside: Schnormeier Gallery, Mt. Vernon, Ohio, June 28 – August 16, 2017
Fear of Dark Blue, the view from inside a child. When I was 4 yrs taking swimming, lessons was invited to dive off the board into the deep end. The water transitioned from that very sunny light blue to a deep dark ominous blue. The color itself elicited fear in me. Even when the instructor would get in the water and ask me to dive, I couldn’t do it. What must that have looked like from the outside. How different is that view from what was going on inside. How could the teacher ever imagined a 4yr old being afraid of dark blue?
Coming April, 2019 I will have a vessel in a show at the Vanderelli room. Art work in progress now glass and ceramics, stay tuned!
January 15 – March 28
Vessels is an invitational exhibition bringing together the work of practicing female artists who incorporate the vessel in a variety of ways, even by breaking down the very idea of its structure. Richly diverse emotional, spiritual, and intellectual concepts are brought into play through symbolic association; from small, fanciful, dreamlike creations to all-encompassing installations manipulating the viewer to become part of the vessel itself. We hope that Vessels will shed light on the broad spectrum of the human experience, and perhaps help us better define who we are individually and as a culture. Our bodies hold a supreme power — we are all vessels for ideas, for love and for good in the world, something we need more of every day. Art has the power to communicate all of this.
Reception: Thursday, January 18, 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.
(Please note: The gallery is closed February 24 - March 4 during mid-term break.)