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Art Review: Opposite Shores – Eric Barth and Carol Snyder at the Keny Galleries

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: Opposite Shores – Eric Barth and Carol Snyder at the Keny Galleries

If this pandemic has offered us anything of benefit, it’s been ample time to consider our sense of place. For some this has come in the form of imagining the places they love while looking forward to the chance to return. For others, it’s meant being more attentive and attuned to those places they can […]

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Review: Parables and Politics & Elijah Pierce’s Art

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Review: Parables and Politics & Elijah Pierce’s Art

Elijah Pierce is one of the best known artists associated with Columbus. His works are held by major collections and his legacy continues to influence artists both locally and beyond. That’s a good thing. He deserves it. There are few artists who’ve had the impact and influence that Pierce has. The downside to all this […]

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Independent Spirits: Three Paths to Modernism at Keny Galleries

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Independent Spirits: Three Paths to Modernism at Keny Galleries

From an aesthetic standpoint, we live in a time that can rightly be described as wildly egalitarian. The walls that used to separate art from – well, everything that wasn’t art – are lower. It’s a world where new mediums and methods are adopted instantaneously and without question. The selfie is art, sound is art, […]

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Charles Burchfield: An American Visionary (1893-1967)

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Charles Burchfield: An American Visionary (1893-1967)

First, let’s do away with – once and for all – the notion that Charles Burchfield doesn’t get the recognition he deserves. It’s a specious claim; one that’s easily refuted by even the most cursory glance at his resume. During his lifetime Charles Burchfield was lauded as one of the great American painters in both […]

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