Columbus Cultural Arts Center students take over the Main Gallery in a 40th anniversary display of their work – including works by some of CAC’s famous students. Opening Reception Friday, June 22 from 6- 8 pm!
Start the summer with some color. Columbus based artists Erin Aluise and Lauren Ashleigh Benjami use color and texture to express complex emotions. Eye Feel developed out of a need to share experiences with others in the hopes that they can see that beauty can come from the trauma and stress that often skew our […]
“As If A Field Could Become Some Dream” May 19 – June 15 2018 Opening Reception – May 19th, 6pm-10pm Curated by Brian Scott Campbell Across the field a compendium of hallucinatory matter—the field, where things happen: battles, thought, conflict, play, dreams. Am I dreaming? Oh, heaven forbid! An opening in the woods becomes a […]
Somatosensory: relating to or denoting a sensation that can occur anywhere in the body, in contrast to one localized at a sense organ.” – Oxford Dictionaries This exhibition is a multimedia sculpture exhibit that transforms the somatosensory system of the human body into a conceptual device by engaging the viewer’s desire to touch the artwork […]
The Storytellers highlights the work of artists Marjorie Bender, Sid Chafetz and Joan Tallan who express their political, social and personal sentiments through printmaking. These three artists are sensitive observers of human nature. Their work narrates the fate of the individual in society. Exploring historical figures, politics and everyday life, they often use satire and humor […]
Join us for the artist reception of Monotypes by Alice Carpenter! Alice Carpenter has been creating monotypes for three years. Her current works are an exploration of the monotype, an unpredictable and immediate process which achieves unique and timeless results. It is a unique process that falls between the lines of painting and printmaking.
Join us for the opening reception of The Storytellers! This exhibition, curated by Barb Vogel, honors the work of printmakers Sid Chafetz, Joan Tallan and Marge Bender who, for decades, were luminaries of the Columbus Arts scene. Their works honor historical figures, explore their family and Jewish heritage, and use satire and humor in their […]