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Ann B. Kim at Dutoit Gallery

July 23, 2018

On view at Dutoit Gallery, Ann B. Kim’s exhibition Time Cycles, but Never Back to Now is a study on the artist’s experience living in two locations at opposite points on the globe.

Ann B. Kim, “Time: The earth moved, the sand moved, the water moved, and I moved” (detail), 2018, mixed media


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Women to Watch 2018

June 24, 2018

Featuring ten artists working with metals, Women to Watch Ohio – 2018, was curated by Matt Distel and Ann Bremner and is on view at the Riffe Gallery through July 7, 2018. Included are artists  Mary Jo Bole (Columbus), Carol Boram-Hays (Columbus), Carmel Buckley (Cincinnati),Susan Ewing (Oxford), Tracy Featherstone (Hamilton), Llewelynn Fletcher (Cincinnati), Leila Khoury (Cleveland), Kelly Malec-Kosak (Columbus), Marissa Saneholtz (Bowling Green), and Olga Ziemska (Cleveland).

Llewelynn Fletcher with Amanda Curreri, Shield for Queer Kin: Protection, 2018, Shashiko embroidery, soot-dyed cotton cover over patinated steel, cedar.

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Edmund Merricle at Dutoit Gallery

May 20, 2018

Thick paint, abstracted forms, and color-loaded brushstrokes depict nautical scenes in the exhibition “Edmund Merricle, Recent Paintings” at Dutoit Gallery.

The Last Great White, 2018, oil on linen


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Kim Rae Taylor and Virginia Kistler at Rosewood Gallery

May 5, 2018

Rosewood Gallery is host to two solo exhibitions featuring Kim Rae Taylor (Cincinnati) and Virginia Kistler (Gahanna, Ohio). Kim Rae Taylor’s exhibition Rendered Complete Equals is a series of mixed-media paintings exploring materiality, process, relationships. Virginia Kistler’s Fungal Impressions document the natural world around her home through photographic processes.


Kim Rae Taylor, Rendered Complete Equals (detail), 2017, oil and mixed media on panel, 60 x 48″.

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The Preacher, the Poet, the Vision

March 11, 2018

Organized by Willis Bing Davis, The Preacher, the Poet, the Vision is the 2018 Visual Voices exhibition featuring artworks addressing a socially relevant theme. This year’s exhibition was organized in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King, Jr, and the writing of Daytonian Paul Laurence Dunbar. From Davis’ statement: “The artists were challenged to create works of art inspired by the writings of Paul Laurence Dunbar that speaks to some of the same concerns that Dr. King lived and died for – concerns like freedom, justice, inequality, poverty and peace.”


James Pate, ARTIST AND CLERGY (detail), inspired by Dunbar’s Sympathy, 1895/6

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The Canyon at CAC

February 24, 2018

Swoon: The Canyon: 1999 – 2017 is the first major museum survey of artist Caledonia Curry, aka Swoon, taking place through February 25, 2018 at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati.  Curated by Steven Matijcio, the exhibition features prints, paper cut-outs, immersive installations, videos, maquettes, sound art, prototypes, photo documentation, and much  more.


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Drawing from Perception

February 12, 2018

Started over twenty years ago, the juried exhibition Drawing from Perception is now in it’s eighth iteration at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University.  Over sixty artists are featured, with a focus on the tradition of observational renderings. Diverse in age and experience, the exhibition includes  practicing artists from across the US including Ohio, Maryland, Indiana, Delaware, Iowa and Massachusetts.


Melanie Johnson, Self Portrait at Thirty Eight (detail), graphite on paper

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