On display from January 7- 30, you can check out Ohio Art League member artists Louise Captein, N. Penney Denning, and Christine Guillot Ryan for Concourse Gallery‘s Collage 2015Exhibition.
Along with other artists, these three OAL members explore a wide range of approaches to the medium of collage or collage-mixed media. Creating these two- and three- dimensional works allows the artists to be more flexible and spontaneous before committing to a final composition.
Join us Sunday January 11, 2015 from 3- 5 p.m.at Concourse Gallery in Upper Arlington for Collage 2015 Opening Reception.
Stay tuned through the winter, because curator and OAL member-artist Char Norman is going to stretch the traditional view of photography this spring with Beyond Photography at the Concourse Gallery.
From May 1 through June 26, 2015, Beyond Photography brings together a diverse group of artists who use photography as an element of their work; from photogravure, a photo-mechanical process which results in a high quality intaglio print, encaustic and even iPhone snapshots, Norman incorporates various aspects of the photographical process as progressive categories for the medium.
Join the Ohio Art League and Upper Arlington’s Concourse Gallery as we host OAL member Ashley Shellhause’s An Introduction to Appaloosa Genetics. Curated by Michael May, Appaloosa Genetics is inspired by Shellhause’s three main interests: science, art, and horses. Through this intriguing and illuminating exhibition, the viewer will be guided through the role research plays in the art of creation.
Join us for the Opening Reception at the Concourse GalleryThursday, December 11 from 5- 7 in the evening.
According to the informative book, Horse Color Explained, appaloosa horse coloring is controlled by at least five different genes, four of which cause pattern variations. The exhibition is comprised of abstract images that are accompanied with the details of the research to be more accessible to a wider audience.
An Introduction to Appaloosa Genetics will be on display from December 5, 2014 through January 4, 2015.
The Concourse Gallery in Upper Arlington, a public reception area of the Municipal Services Center is home to the Visual Arts Series. The City of Upper Arlington has dedicated the space to the arts for over 30 years. Each exhibit features interactive pieces such as gallery guides and discussion prompts located throughout the gallery.
Interact as a community and fellow gallery-goers in the Concourse Gallery summer exhibition, Remnants of Casualties with works by Ohio Art League member-artists Char Norman and Julie Abijanac. Remnants of Casualties will be on display from July 1 through August 15, 2014. Be sure to attend the Reception on July 11 from 5 to 7 in the evening.
“As the natural environment is slowly deteriorating, and as a society we have lost a sense of interconnectedness, we are forced to deal with the casualties of our actions. Our work is based on found remnants of the natural world presented here as icons or reliquaries.”
Artists Julie Abijanac and Char Norman explore the themes of loss and displacement through mixed media work including paper, fiber, textiles and other natural materials. In the seasons of regrowth and abundance, Remnants of Casualties allows us take a moment to reflect on the slower, more naturalistic approaches to life.
In the fall, don’t miss Celebrating UA, a community-based exhibition that will showcase two- and three-dimensional works by artists in the Upper Arlington Community. Celebrating UA will exhibit from August 20 through October 28 with a Reception on Thursday, September 18 from 5- 7 pm.