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FAQ Topic: Past Gallery 2023

Dayton/Kyoto Print Exchange: Everyday Life

Dayton/Kyoto Print Exchange: Everyday Life December 2, 2023 – January 6, 2024 The Dayton/Kyoto Print Exchange grew out of friendships and studies in printmaking in 2002 and involves a yearly exchange of prints between Kyoto, Japan print-based artists and artists at the Dayton Printmakers Co-op. Over twenty years later, this annual tradition continues and contains … Continued

Meg Lagodzki: In the Landscape

Meg Lagodzki: In the Landscape December 2, 2023 – January 6, 2024 Through painting, drawing and collage, Meg Lagodzki (Bloomington, IN) creates her own “iconography of images that tell a story of my relationship to the Midwest landscape.” Lagodzki begins her paintings with plein air sketches. Returning to the same familiar outdoor spaces on multiple … Continued

17th Annual HWD Juried Sculpture Exhibition

17th Annual HWD Juried Sculpture Exhibition September 11 – November 18 HWD  is a juried exhibition for sculpture artists in Ohio and surrounding states. HWD (Height x Width x Depth) is the area’s only gallery exhibition devoted exclusively to sculpture. This year, 59 artists submitted 166 pieces, from which the juror, Geno Luketic, chose 29 artworks … Continued

Benjamin Montague: Microplastics

BENJAMIN MONTAGUE (Cincinnati, OH) Microplastics July 24 – August 26, 2023 Benjamin Montague (Cincinnati, OH) is an associate professor in photography at Wright State University. In this photographic series he created images of items collected from urban and rural waterways and oceans. “Using a floatation method and filters, Montague is able to separate much of … Continued

Layl McDill: Connected Creature Curiosities

LAYL MCDILL (Minneapolis, MN) Connected Creature Curiosities July 24 – August 26, 2023 Layl McDill (Minneapolis, MN) is a mixed media sculptor using “the sensation of stories to help make sense of the world.” In her latest work, she explores “how art and science can intersect to learn more about human interactions with the environment … Continued


Bill Franz, Family Trees, 2023, digital collage and dye sublimation on aluminum 29th ANNUAL THE VIEW JURIED LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION June 12 – July 15 Rosewood Arts Center in Kettering, Ohio is pleased to announce the opening of the 29th annual The View juried landscape exhibition. The exhibition runs from June 12 through July 15, 2023. The View is … Continued

Sarah Nguyen: Something Precious to the Earth

SARAH NGUYEN (Columbia, MO) Something Precious to the Earth April 24 – May 27, 2023 Sarah Nguyen (Columbia, MO) creates mixed media artwork, utilizing hand-cut paper as her main material. Her inspiration comes from sources including nature, animals, iconography and historical symbolism. Starting with “a story, a traditional folktale or fable, or a contemporary poem … Continued

Carolyn Harper: Seeking Freedom: Portrait of Mass Incarceration

Carolyn Harper Seeking Freedom: Portraits of Mass Incarceration, April 24 to May 27, 2023 Carolyn Harper (Narberth, PA) is a textile artist exploring portraiture through traditional craft medium. Her subjects often depict individuals who have been “marginalized, discriminated against, or abused,” with the aspiration to provide “faces to those who are faceless, nameless and powerless, … Continued

Muscle Memory Collective: The View From Here

Muscle Memory Collective The View from Here March 6 – April 15, 2023 Muscle Memory Collective is a collaboration between ceramic artist Joshua Clark and photographer Bree Lamb, both from Las Cruces, NM. Their art in The View From Here uses mixed media, ceramics, photographs, color and the combination of imagery to create art that … Continued

Earth Transformed 2023

Earth Transformed 2023 March 6 – April 15, 2023 Richard James, Lineage of a Pig Farmer, 2022, mixed media Earth Transformed 2023 features five ceramic artists: Kelsey Duncan, Shauna Fahley, Richard James, Carolyn Snyder, and Shoko Teruyama. Creating both functional objects and sculptures, these renowned artists transform clay through a diverse range of techniques, ideas and intentions. … Continued

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