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Matthew Shelton Brings His Lightboxes and Music Home

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 5, 2012
I first met Matthew Shelton in the bottom of a swimming pool. It was a program in which musicians performed on the floor of the empty Ziegler Pool in Over-the-Rhine. Shelton, with his deep resonant voice and wry, smart songs, made an immediate impression playing guitar in the poolā€™s deep end. He towered above ā€” or, rather, below ā€” his surroundings.  

Rendered Obsolete (Review)

Rachel Heberling and Katherine Rogers turn abandoned spaces into beauty at Aisle Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 22, 2009
The current exhibition at Aisle Gallery focuses on the centuries-old practice of printmaking. Of course, the practice has changed and expanded since its inception, but Rachel Heberling and Katherine Rogers seem to have found their niche in concentrating on straightforward lithography and etching and the beauty that can be found there.   

Dreams and Trees (Review)

Peter Voshefski escorts viewers into a distillation of nature

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Peter Voshefski lived in Cincinnati before moving west to earn a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of New Mexico, and he returns to present one of the most intriguing and appealing exhibitions I've seen in Cincinnati lately. Aisle Gallery has been on a long winning streak of great one- and two-person exhibitions, and 'Dreams and Trees' continues it.