Rocky River Ohio Art
When local artist Jim "Rev" Giar is not busy thwarting alien invasions, he sits at his drawing table, drawing, painting, and pursuing his passion for art. He began his artistic journey in 2007 to reconnect with nature and explore the natural world, from his home in the Rocky River Valley in Ohio to his studio in Akron, Ohio. See his craftsmanship - inspired items including tiles, prints, porcelain and cards. Create handmade gold and silver jewelry inspired by the motifs and ideals of the crafts era.
The Beck Center has put together a review panel to review the work of artists from the Rocky River Valley and other parts of the state. The exhibition is open to all Ohio artists who can submit works in any medium for jury selection.
The gallery in the Beck Center is managed by the managing director and executive vice president of the center, Dr. David Beckman.
Megan works at the Beck Center, helps with technical maintenance and in the studio, teaches art history and teaches adults how to draw and paint. She has taught many children over the years, but her favorite experience as a student was attending the Cleveland Institute of Art and studying outdoor painting in Giverny, France. Her passion for teaching the meaning of art and design to young people has led her to teach art history and to teach drawing as an adult.
Her most recent works were inspired by the new medium of Zentangle Art, where repeated artistic signs and patterns can be created.
Since becoming so well known, Deutschman has participated in gallery exhibitions at BAYarts, offered several well-attended workshops and courses, and has also participated in the Art Institute of New York and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Her work has been published in countless publications, including The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The New England Journal of Art, National Geographic, and many others. They have also been published and are in the collections of the National Gallery of Arts and Sciences and other museums and galleries.
Yuki's work has been shown in many international exhibitions, including at the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York and the National Gallery of Arts and Sciences in Washington. Yuki Hall is part of the collections of the American Institute of Architects, the Smithsonian Institution and many other institutions.
Start with a jump - and support local artists and artisans in their Christmas shopping with an outdoor pop-up market in the Historic Society car park. The handmade market is organized by the Rocky River Ohio Art Society and the Museum of Contemporary Art, admission and parking are free. Every artist or craftsman will sell their original items in a variety of sizes, styles, colors and sizes on the market.
The event stretches from the Solon Center for the Arts to City Hall, where you will find a variety of local artists, artisans, vendors, food trucks and more. The Jean Bulicek Galleria and Beck Center will be located in the west of the city, with educational programs and therapies for children, adults and seniors, as well as a children's playground. There is a pumpkin decoration contest, pumpkin carving, crafts and other activities for children.
In keeping with the essence of the philosophy of craftsmanship, Chris Powell produces handmade porcelain and pottery. The Cowan Pottery, best known for its Art Deco pieces, comprises a variety of different styles and styles, from traditional to contemporary, modern and contemporary.
Jennifer is the owner of Pristine Pottery Studio, which keeps abreast of the latest trends in ceramics, ceramics and other crafts. She also teaches mini-artists in pottery and is a member of the Ohio Pottery Guild, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. In addition to her work in her studio, she taught pottery at the Ohio State University Art Institute and the University of Akron.
She has been working with sound since childhood and received a BFA in photography from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2003. She attended courses at the Ohio State University Art Institute, the University of Akron and the Akron Art Museum.
Judy Takacs paints unsung female heroes, and her paintings are touring northeast Ohio and winning. Judy received an OAC scholarship for "Chicks" in 2013 and holds a BFA in painting from the Cleveland Institute of Art and a master's degree from the Ohio State University Art Institute. Melanie holds an M.A. in Art History from Cleveland State College of Arts and Sciences and an AFA from Akron Art Museum.
She was trained by artists such as Bob Eichler, Alvaro Rodriguez, the Cleveland Art Museum and other local artists.
She curated several ceramic exhibitions in the Cleveland area and exhibited her work in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and Chicago before moving to Bay Village, Ohio, in 2012. She is a member of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Ceramic Society, where she sits on the board. She is the founder and CEO of Cleveland Ceramics, Inc., and co-founder of C.C.A.I.E.S. Inc. in Cleveland, OH.