Tickets For One Night: Speakeasy Still On Sale!


Thanks to Columbus Underground for their write up on One Night: Speakeasy.
Read the article here and remember to visit our website to find out more information about the fundraiser!

Ticket prices are as follows:
Preview Party, Friday, Nov. 2, 7 – 8PM – $100 per ticket / $150 per pair
General Admission, Friday, Nov.2, 8 – 11PM – $50 per ticket / $75 per pair

One Night: Speakeasy Promo

Wearable Art created by: Fammy Jameson (large mixed media necklaces and earrings) •
Amy Neiwirth (enameled necklaces) •
Esther Myong Hall (Cream Dress, Sweater with green, Black and white coat) •
Lexie Stoia (knitted tank) •
Dustin Hood (large scarf) //
Models: Kristi Lawrence • Justin Centa //
shot/cut: Andrew Ina //
camera b: Gwen Capistran DeAngulo //
Photography: John Johnson (GT6 Photography) //
Hair: Megan Milla Van Winkle //
Makeup: Alezendria Deluca //
Assistants: Walaa Waeda • Stephanie Sypsa

Inspired By Summer

Bexley Library is proud to announce a two month exhibition of one of our local Bexley artists, Chris Rankin. Chris paints stylized landscapes of the rolling fields and plains of the Midwest in the unique medium of encaustic. Chris’ brightly colored beeswax paintings capture the beauty and vibrance of nature surrounding our region. Inspired By Summer will be on display from September 2nd through the end of October. Be sure to check it out.

You can contact Chris or view his work at
For more information, please contact the Bexley Library at (614) 231-2793.

Landscape 19
Chris Rankin

The Many Faces of Kat Marie Moya

Kat Moya, the artist whose work is currently being displayed in the OAL exhibition Keeping Time: The Am Cuckoo Series until October 27th, has received much acclaim for the exhibition curated by Cat Sheridan. You can visit the gallery to see her work as well as check out articles in Columbus Alive and 614 Magazine which feature the artist and showcase her success.

Here… And There


City Of Columbus
Tom Baillieul

City of Columbus, a Tom Baillieul painting of a Ford Trimotor above Columbus in 1929, has found an appropriate setting: Port Columbus. The airport was constructed in 1928-29, supporting the vision of Charles Lindbergh for coast-to-coast passenger air travel. Various paintings by Baillieul, a central Ohio artist, have been put on display in the exhibit “Here . . . and There,” through Dec. 6 at the airport. The works are situated in the central ticketing area, near the Cup o’ Joe stand. – Columbus Dispatch

HWD 2012, A Regional Juried Sculpture Competition

Chuck Sharbaugh
Pivots and Rows (detail)
3rd Place Winner, HWD 2012

The City of Kettering and Rosewood Gallery are pleased to announce the opening of HWD 2012, A Regional Juried Sculpture Competition.  The exhibit runs from November 5 through December 14, 2012.  There will be an opening reception on Sunday, November 4, from 2 to 4 pm.  The United Art and Education Awards will be presented at 3 pm.  Both the reception and exhibition are free and open to the public.