A Beneficial Affair: Cultural Arts Center, Glass Axis, and You, of course!

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Come out to support your local gaffing station, Glass Axis at the Cultural Arts Center’s Beneficial Affair!

Tonight (Sept. 4th) from 5:30 to 7 in the evening you may enjoy the provided live music while strolling the CAC’s main exhibit. Admission is free (donations support the Glass Axis move and are greatly appreciated) and attendees have the opportunity to purchase art from the exhibition Converging Boundaries, mixed media art by OAL member Christine Guillot Ryan. As if that’s not enough, Glass Axis artists will also be providing a limited selection of Glass Art for sale and fund-raising.

The Cultural Arts Center is located at 139 W. Main St., and proceeds from the event will aide Glass Axis’s relocation and glass art programming.

Don’t miss out!

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Christine Guillot Ryan to Exhibit at the Cultural Arts Center

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“Perception is reality, and I am fascinated how people gather fragments of what they decide is true and important– memory, stories, cultural influences, experiences, ideas and beliefs– and shape them into personal world views. I take fragments of the external world and weave them with invention and paint to create new morphing realities,” states OAL member Christine Guillot Ryan of her upcoming exhibition.

‘Converging Boundaries’ will be exhibited in the Cultural Arts Center Main Hall Gallery from September 5 through October 4, 2014. 

Don’t miss the Opening Reception of ‘Converging Boundaries’ from 5:30- 8:30 pm on September 5th. 

Guillot Ryan’s latest mixed media works explore the nature of our boundaries, the relationship between the intangible and the material world. Weaving fragments of representational imagery with paint, Christine creates new worlds that are vivid and richly layered, inviting imagination and provoking conceptual discovery.

Christine exhibits locally and nationally, is a member of the Ohio Art League and CAW (Creative Arts of Women), Art and Artists of 614, mentors students at Fort Hayes, and teaches workshops at the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington and at the Cultural Arts Center. For more of her work and a schedule of upcoming exhibits, click on the link of her name at the top of the post to be directed to her website. 

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