This exhibition explores shared elements of the two disciplines: shape, line, negative and positive spaces, symbols and images to convey value, etc. Often isolated from one another, art and math have much in common.
Remarkable works by Ohio artists capturing Ohio’s distinctive expression of Regionalism rooted in the state’s more diverse blend of agriculture, industry, and cultures. This exhibition is accompanies by a catalog.
Presented with the generous support of Ohio Humanities.
Jason Morgan is recognized throughout the Midwest and beyond as an accomplished still-life painter, portrait artist and muralist. His work is characterized as hyper-realism, drawing on influences of such Master painters as Rembrandt and Norman Rockwell. Morgan’s art captures unique moments in time – from thoughtful portraits to bright and playful objects set against the muted backdrops of our everyday lives.
5:30-7pm, Saturday, Jul 18, 2015
Artist Demo & Gallery Chat
2-3pm, Saturday, Sep 26, 2015 &
2-3pm, Saturday, Jan 9, 2016
(These Museum events are free to members; entry fees apply for non-members.)
See more of Jason Morgan’s work here.
Lynda Pauley gained acclaim as an equine artist, painting championship horses throughout the U.S., Canada and France. In recent years her subjects have grown to include prairies, pioneers and people native to the region. Her masterful control of oil paint and pastel instills her subjects with a sense of living, breathing reality.
5:30-7:30pm, Saturday, May 30, 2015
Concurrent with 69th Annual Members’ Juried Exhibition
Free Artist Talk
2-3pm Saturday, Jun 6, 2015
Lynda Pauley Painting Workshop
Essentials – Putting Power into Painting
9am-5pm, Saturday, Jul 18, 2015