Works on paper and mixed-media pieces by familiar and lesser-known artists are on view at Phyllis Weston-Annie Bolling Gallery in Inspiring Collectors
. All six of the artists shown have Cincinnati ties. This likeable, easy-to-live-with art includes sketches of historical Cincinnati by local Frank McElwain; etchings by Harry Shokler, the last of the “Duveneck school of artists” from the Art Academy of Cincinnati; digital explorations by Kris Cummings, a recent Art Academy graduate; and pencil portraits by Russian-born David Miretsky, who has lived in Cincinnati since 1975.
Also on view are Melissa Harshman’s teasing reworking of printed ephemera into collage and the fabric collages of Michael Scheurer, both native Cincinnatians. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday through March 28.
Get details about the gallery and exhibit here.