Thursday, February 25, 2010

Art Market Saturday

It's a celebration of everything clay! Mugs, cups, bowls, plates, tiles, vases, tumblers, magnets, sculptures, teapots, stoneware, porcelain, raku work, figures and more. Stop by the Clay Art Market with hand-crafted clay work by local artists for sale on Saturday, Feb 27, noon to 6 pm, at the Arts Initiative office, 1568 N High St in the alley at South Campus Gateway.

Notable News

Please touch the art! Couchfire Collective presents a hands-on exhibition -- Touchy Feely -- in the Ohio Art League Gallery Feb 25-27. This interactive exhibition invites visitors to pick up the artwork and really get "in touch" with it. Opening reception is Saturday, Feb 27, 6-10 pm. The gallery is located in Arts in the Alley at South Campus Gateway. Stop in after the Art Market (see above).

Enjoy a hot lunch. . . for a cause! Stop by the ShoeBox Gallery in the South Campus Gateway alley for lunch on Friday Feb 26, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm when ARTillery will host an empty bowls fundraiser. For $20 you can choose a hand-made ceramic bowl that will be filled with vegetarian black bean soup from MadMex. Enjoy it with a piece of artisan bread while you check out the this month's Art Market preview featuring clay work from local artists. The bowl is yours to keep. Money from sales will go to a central Ohio food bank, ARTillery Ohio and the artist.

ARTillery is seeking submissions for Iconic Columbus, an exhibition of artworks that capture the essensce of our city. For complete information and to submit an application please visit www.artilleryohio.com. Deadline to apply is March 10.

ARTillery's March featured artist is Bobby Rosenstock, whose exhibition in the Shoebox opens Thurs, March 4, 6-9 pm. The exhibition of Rosenstock's work continues until March 27.
Rosenstock runs a letterpress shop, Just A Jar , in Marietta, Ohio. His large-format woodcuts and artist books evoke a quality of modern mythology and storytelling. With an old-fashioned, raw style and a bit of quirky humor, his unique prints speak of his process while channeling philosophy, history and science.

On that same evening -- March 4, 6-9 pm -- in Arts in the Alley at South Campus Gateway, the Ohio Art League gallery opens a new exhibition of works by Larissa Mellor, curated by Nicole Langille. And Heroes and Legends, an exhibition of new works by Adam Brouilette, continues in the Arts Initiative space.

1 comment:

終於呀 said...

我從來不認為不同意我的看法就是冒犯........................................