There are lots of things going on this week including drawing classes, info about taxes, more of the Amazing Cat Show…as always, Columbus is hopping even when it isn’t Gallery Hop weekend!
Check it all out…
If you’ve either wanted to improve your skills or just get started with drawing, painting or whatever, Columbus has lots of opportunities for you! Check out some of them…
Ohio Art League’s X-Space
1-4 p.m. Sundays
Ohio Art League X Space Drawing Sessions Sundays 1 – 4 pm with Michael Crapser, OAL
Michael has been leading drawing sessions at Ease Gallery for the past year. Starting Sunday, January 10 from 1 – 4 pm Ohio Art League member Michael Crapser will hold live drawing sessions at Ohio Art League X Space (400 W. Rich St. Columbus, OH 43215) on Sundays from 1 – 4 pm. Sessions are $8 for members and $10 for non-members. For questions please contact Michael at email@example.com.
The Vanderelli Room
7- 8 p.m.
Professional artist, Alicia Jean Vanderelli will host this session; Cost is $7
Begins promptly at 7pm..This opportunity is open to novice and professional artists.
Please RSVP to allow time for proper seating arrangements
Please bring your own drawing supplies.
These sessions will be available two Fridays a month.
Adult Acrylic Painting Class
Tuesdays and Thursdays In February
Troy Sayers is looking forward to these classes, join him if you would like to learn to paint.
Here is the info:
Adult Acrylic Painting Class with local artist Troy Sayers. All supplies included. Once a week for 4 weeks.
Two locations:Picassos Art Studio, Tuesdays, starting February 2nd, 7-8:30 p.m.
Dublin Jerome High School (art room), Thursdays, starting January 21, 7-8:30 p.m.www.picassosartstudio.com/classes
Peace Love Bling Moving!!!
Peace Love Bling is moving from their studio in Franklinton to the Short North and selling everything they don’t need. Including:
slat wall supplies and displays
rugs, furniture, office furniture
Dress formsMessage Leanne (https://www.facebook.com/LeAnne.Absalom) or stop by 566 W. Rich between 10-2 any day this week.
The AMAZING Cat Show
I attended the opening reception of this event and it WAS truly amazing!!!! Tona Pearson and Angela Jann did a bang up job getting this show put together and up and it was evident in the masses of people that were there! People didn’t just come, they bought!!!! The show has sold over half of the art that was originally exhibited, raising thousands for Colony Cats…WOOT! So much art was sold already that Tona and Angela have asked for more pieces...so if you are an artist, please consider adding to the walls…the ladies are accepting more art as the show goes on for the rest of the month!!!!If you love cats and art, get down there and purchase some fantastic pieces …I scored 3 great photos of cats!
The Amazing Cat Show
400 West Rich
400 West Rich will be filled with cat art made by people from all over Franklinton, Columbus, and beyond!
**ON VIEW Every Saturday (or is that Caturday???) in January 11a-3pm (Jan 9th, 16, 23, 30)**
There will be floor to ceiling paintings, drawings, photos, videos, installations, and sculptures of our favorite felines. There will be funny cat art, flash eye cat art, hang in there cat art, quiet cat sleeping art, and more.
We will be donating half of all sales to Colony Cats. The nonprofit catch and release program for the feral kitties in F-ton! Colony Cats will humanely catch, spay/neuter, give a rabies shot, treat for parasites, and then return the kitties to their territory after recovery for ongoing supervision by their caregiver.
Head out to Franklin Park Conservatory for this amazing exhibit!
A stunning exhibit of contemporary ceramic works accompanies the Orchids display this year! The exhibit features 46 works by 31 local and national artists. Presented in partnership with Central Ohio Clay Arts – COCA and Sherrie Gallerie http://ow.ly/WLdvb
Ohio Art League X Space Inaugural Exhibition Artists’ Talks
5:30- 8:30 p.m.
Join OAL in it’s new gallery on January 14 beginning at 5:30 pm for talks by exhibiting artists:
Mary Jo Bole, Dan Gerdeman, Jeremy Wood, Amy Leibrand, Angela Jann
January 21 beginning at 5:30 pm for talks by exhibiting artists:
Hiroshi Hayakawa, Charles Massey, Jr., OBLSK
OAL’s current and Inaugural Exhibition features the artwork of Mary Jo Bole, Dan Gerdeman, Hiroshi Hayakawa, Angela Jann, Amy Leibrand, Charles Massey, Jr., Andrew McCauley, OBLSK, Barbara Vogel, Jennifer Wood and Jeremy Wood and will run through January 31.
Gallery hours are second Friday of every month (Franklinton Fridays) from 7 – 10 pm, Saturdays noon – 6pm and by appointment.
The Roscoe Room
The Roscoe Room invites you to NEW ENDEAVORS, a group fine art show exhibition Friday January 15th for the opening reception from 7pm-10pm to have some fun and support the Columbus Art community. Invite your friends and family to join and vote for the exhibition opening award, The Roscoe Award.
The show will also be on display through January during normal Roscoe Room hours.
The Roscoe Room
Custom Fine Art Studio
60 Parsons Ave
Columbus Ohio 43215
Mac Worthington Gallery of Contemporary Art
138 North High (new location!)
Mac Worthington’s first 2016 exhibit reception featuring all new abstract works.
► culinary hors d’oeuvres prepared by Dock 580
► select fine wines
► Steve Fisher live on the keyboard
Columbus Cultural Arts Center
Never Stop Moving: Mireya Schoo
Mireya Schoo‘s exciting Loft Gallery Exhibit, “Never Stop Moving,” is a fusion of painting and dance. The art pieces come alive with the matching choreography capturing the movement and expression. The Opening includes a Free Dance Recital.
Columbus Cultural Arts Center
Opening Reception: Fragmented Histories
Mona Gazala’s multi-media works make lyrical connections between ancient ruins and the derelict or abandoned industrial and domestic structures within our own modern post-industrial cities. The work, which ostensibly deals with objects as artifacts, also seeks to explore some of the social issues and conflicts at play in urban settings: gender and racial bias, poverty, vacancy, displacement, marginalized peoples and gentrification.
Social Commentary Through Art and Media
Join the Pizzuti Collection for an hour-long discussion held in third floor gallery space. Suzanne Roberts and Jim A. White Sr. have been working together to open up frank dialog about what we talk about when we talk about race with goals of unifying our communities and making social change.“Social Commentary Through Art and Media” is free with admission.
Please RSVP to Mark Zuzik at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-300-3542.
No Boundaries: Art as Jewelry, Jewelry as Art
“No Boundaries: Art as Jewelry, Jewelry as Art” opens this Sunday, January 17th, 1-4pm.
Preview the exhibition here: www.sherriegallerie.com/jewelry-exhibition-2016.