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Art: 18th Annual Studio Collection Sale

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 13, 2012
 Plenty can change in 18 years. Spring Grove Village was Winton Place, and the Studio Collection sale was held in the Westwood studio of papermaker Margaret Rhein. But the show became so popular   

Artist's Rebirth Starts With the Undead

1 Comments · Tuesday, October 30, 2012
What’s a nice girl like Emily Brandehoff doing making gory paintings like this? Young sweethearts look as if they’re from Our Town, except they’re chewing one another to a pulp.
  

L.A. Style Meets Substance in Herb Ritts Exhibit

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Shooting outdoors separated photographer Herb Ritts from studio-based New York peers. In addition to Malibu and El Mirage, Ritts used a rooftop studio. He established a fun, “organic” working environment, enabling him to cajole his subjects and develop an “anti-glamour” style of celebrity photography.  

‘Project Obscura’ Puts Focus on Communities

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2012
It’s appropriate that Project Obscura at Northside’s Prairie Gallery opened before FotoFocus officially kicks off Oct. 5. After all, the camera obscura (Latin for “dark chamber”) led to the modern camera.  

Art: Dine Early, Late Viewing

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 28, 2012
 Be both stylishly early and fashionably late. This evening is the last opportunity for an early Thursday dinner in the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Terrace Café and after-hours viewing of the spec  

Antonio Adams Gives Celebrities a Reality Check

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2012
See Unrealized and Unforeseen, Antonio Adams’ solo show at Thunder-Sky Inc., and leave feeling a bit more special, even if you aren’t on his list of “good celebrities,” superstars and Divas of Pride. Just witness the transformative power of art.  

Searching for the ‘Now Factor’ at a Color Show

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Amid busy, vibrant abstract canvases and panels, the stark simplicity of a paperboard sculpture captures extra attention at Phyllis Weston Gallery’s Color NOW!, on display through Sept. 1.
  

Art: Color NOW!

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Phyllis Weston Gallery’s Color NOW! also features Cincinnati colorists from the recent past. This smart inclusion promises to elevate the show from an exhibition to an education. Compare and contras  

POW! 'Superhero' Saves Us From an Ordinary Summer

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2012
You Are My Superhero, opening Sunday at Dayton Art Institute (DAI), is here to rescue art lovers from the summer blahs. The difference starts at the door, where there’s $2 off for wearing a superhero costume.  

Digital Watch

Weston exhibit erases doubts over digital art

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Digital World presents James Duesing and three other artists whose work originates on a monitor via 3-D imaging and other programs. Should this art be viewed as something less because of its origins? I say no.