Unfortunately, I did not get some events posted that are happening tonight because I’ve been sick…didn’t post about last week’s events either because of that so apologies to those of you who sent me invites/info on events that didn’t get promoted!
Hopefully, I am on the mend now so will be able to get out the info about the rest of the month’s happenings starting with so much going on in Central Ohio including Franklinton!
Camelot Cellars: Paint & Pour
Wednesday October 12th
6:30- 8:30 p.m.
First,tomorrow night have some fun painting with artist, Colleen Scott at Camelot Cellars
It’s almost HALLOWEEN! Get in the spooky mood with Paint & Pour at Camelot Cellars. Your $25 ticket will get you two wine glasses for you to paint and a glass of wine to sip! Paint & Pour is an instructional painting class lead by Colleen Scott with Creative Shades and Palettes where you will paint directly on your wine glass.
This is an opportunity to get in touch with your creative side, enjoy some fantastic wine, and decorate your wine glasses for the perfect game day companion! If you’re not an artist, it’s not a problem! Colleen Scott is an excellent instructor and she’ll teach you how to paint step by step! Get your ticket today at https://ccpaintwineglass.eventbrite.com/ Limited spots are available!
Two Artists* Two Charities*One Night
758 Mohawk Street
Thursday October 13th
Artists Jen Belt of Ruby Rose Studio and Ellen Knolls will be transforming the home of their gracious host, Tracy Johnson, into an art gallery. You are cordially invited to enjoy a lovely evening filled with drinks, food, laughter and ART!
This event is open to the public– all are welcome. Feel free to invite your friends.
Come shop the latest works created by Jen and Ellen– 20% of sales will be given to two different charities!
Jen’s chosen charity is the Hope and Liberation Coalition which strives to promote awareness and prevent Human Trafficking through the arts. For information about HLC go to: www.hopeandliberationcoalition.com
Ellen’s chosen charity is Lavender Ribbons, an organization dedicated to raising funds for cancer support services in Central Ohio. For more information about Lavender Ribbons go to: http://www.lavenderribbons.org/
Refreshments will be provided. Come out and support 2 great artists and 2 great causes!
Improbable: Imaginings of the Curious Mind
Thursday October 13th
The exhibition runs October 8th through October 24th
Artists’ Reception October 13th 6-9pm
From gallery owner, A.J. Vanderelli:
I am proud to present the new works of Kristin Morris, Kate Morgan and Debbie Loffing. I feel the three women share a common vein. Their work is robust, figurative and tends to teeter on the edge of the playfully macabre. The women work in layers, using discarded materials as either the foundation for the work, or added as a final touch bringing the piece to life. To borrow a line from Kate Morgan, they convey “the limitless individuality the human form embodies”. And if you look closely, you can see subtle hints of each woman reflected in their work!
Art Access Gallery
Friday October 14th
New work by Judy Favret Friday, Paula Rubinstein, Marti Steffy and Joel O’Dorisio
All Grown-Ups Are Pirates: Paul Giovis
Gateway Film Center Gallery
Friday October 14th
Join Gateway Film Center’s Gallery for the opening night of “All Grown-ups Are Pirates” by Columbus artist Paul Giovis.
A brand-new body of work featuring paintings inspired by movies such as Hook, Edward Scissorhands, Alien, Predator, Beetlejuice, Frankenstein, Ghostbusters, and more! Most of which have never been seen.
AFTER PARTY AT CARABAR!
Franklinton Fridays features:
AWL Family Art Night!
Stop by the AWL Studio to make art with the kids and learn more about the AWL Kids Academy, regular art classes for kids!
400 West Rich
Brothers John & Jerry Fitzpatrick are showing their work upstairs in the Northern Gallery and Eric Conrath in the Lounge Gallery.
400WestRich is upping the spook factor for October’s Franklinton Friday with Fear Hundred, a Halloween themed gallery populated with artwork and decorations from in-house artists. Shop local vendors in the Handmade Market, grab a bite to eat at the food truck, explore the halls and the open artist studios, check out the solo exhibitions upstairs, and get yourself into the Halloween spirit.
Red: A collection of Work from AiNa TuRiaga
BUT Franklinton is not the only place to be!
Opening Reception: Ultra Softer
Friday October 14th
Ultra Softer attempts to articulate the ways in which the material properties of fabric can contain the extreme, the excessive, and the radical demonstrated in works by Max Adrian, Jake Mason-Macklin, and Henry Ross. Ultra Softer argues for the urgency of softness as a material and a metaphor, weaving together the notions of blanketing and containing with social self-care in the contemporary condition mediated by and through webs and nets.
The exhibition in on view October 14 through November 19 with an opening reception on Friday, October 14 beginning at 6 PM.
Ultra Softer is guest curated by Marisa Espe, cofounder of MINT Collective and art contributor for Refigural Magazine. Past exhibitions include NSATSAT&A at MINT Collective (2015) and demaster at Satellite Contemporary (2016).
AND, the fun and art continue on Saturday!
Gems by Jules Trunk Show
What the Rock?!
Saturday 1-5 p.m.
Elizabeth’s Records is celebrating Columbus Record Store Crawl by offering 20% off Used Albums
Pennington Custom Art Service will be displaying Darkness Visible an exhibit of local artists’ interpretations of the darker side of reality, imagination and the psyche.
Turner Studio & Gallery will be displaying works by Doreen St.John.
Unfettered your style- your life is offering 10% off Furniture
Alice’s Aebelskabels will be there to offer up treats, sweet and savory danish pancake balls
An Exploration of the Darker Side of Reality, Imagination and the Psyche
This exhbit of paintings, prints, photography, sculpture and video presentaions of 29 Local artists, along with several American and European artists from the last century, will be on display through the end of November 2016
Second Sight Project
To Be Placed…
Works by Kayla Suzanne Holdgreve and W.E. Arnold
Saturday 7-10 p.m.
To Be Placed explores the personal narrative behind the landscape image. W.E. Arnold approaches his subject in a street documentary style, capturing the environment he is continuously surrounded by, along with those who share in this space. With his style of documentation along with incorporating portraiture, he is capturing and preserving cultural significance within his community. Kayla Suzanne Holdgreve captures her surrounding landscapes as a means of self-portraiture, creating images that reinterpret various memories. When creating these landscape portraits, the changes of self are reflected on to the changes of the environment. While Arnold and Holdgreve have different approaches to capturing their imagery, their use of photographic techniques are similar, using various films such as medium format and instant films, along with found imagery.
Frame(D): Opening Reception
David Scott Everhart, Artist
Fairfield County District Library
Sunday 2-4 p.m.
Solo exhibit, FRAME(D), with opening reception for the works of David Scott Everhart at the Franklin County District Library.
2nd Annual Fall Fest
Lewis Center: Little Bear Golf Club
Sunday 12-4 p.m.
A great day filled with family fun! Come support local businesses, eat some great food, mingle with friends both old and new!