Hilary Gent Aurand’s Urban Cool

Before there was rust belt chic, there was Hilary Gent’s work. Back in 2005, when I first shared a studio space with Hilary, it took me by complete surprise to see these gritty, colorful works of art being created by this seemingly innocent artist not long out of college. The scenes were reflections of our…

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Pentak: The Light and the Dark

The Bonfoey Gallery just opened their latest Stephen Pentak exhibition, Persistent Image. Pentak, a professor emeritus at OSU where he taught for 23 years, is well known for his minimalist landscapes that focus on the interplay of light and color.   He is very open about the process that he faithfully follows, using oil paints…

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The Feminine- in its many forms

Fall 2012 showcases several exhibitions in Cleveland devoted to the female. MS MISS MRS, 21st Century Expressions of the Second Sex opened at Ursuline College‘s Wasmer Gallery on August 25th, curated by Alenka Banco of Convivium 33 Gallery. MISS MS MRS spotlights works by well known female artists in the area. The metamorphosis of a…

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MOCA’s HEX Opening Night

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (MOCA)’s HEX Opening night party was dazzling! The building’s impressive lines are most memorable, the works of art are inspiring and the collection of Cleveland party-goers certainly appeared to enjoy the evening. If you have a chance to visit, do so. It’s just plain fun. Here are a few…

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