Universal: Works from the Private Collections of
Barbara R. Nicholson and Bettye J. Stull
June 26 – July 24, 2015
Two of Columbus’ most noted arts personalities share pieces from their incredible, museum quality collections, never before seen together. Don't miss this one!
No Explanation Needed
August 1 – August 29, 2015
Abstractionist Marc Ross, has been gaining critical acclaim in the Columbus arts community and among patrons. He shares with us a selection of his large mixed-media paintings, inviting a close inspection of his technique of building seemingly infinite layers to create haunting images.
In Close Proximity
September 4 – October 3, 2015
Four Columbus artists, all instructors with Goodwill Industries, present a compelling exhibition of pieces in each person’s unique style. Cody Miller and Deborah Griffing are painters; Miller drawing on Biblical and spiritual themes, while Griffing focuses on various aspects of life – often with a science twist. Kate Gorman is an award-winning fiber artist who draws extensively from the natural world. Kristen Spickard creates mixed-media painting, prints, and installations, often with a garden theme (including bees!).
The Hero Within – Imagination and Identity
October 9 – November 11, 2015
Artists from ARC Industries-West and –South transform the Main Gallery into a gigantic game board, with whimsical floor installations making stations along a path to adventure. Contemplate your own inner hero, your own secret identity as you appreciate the creativity of individuals working past a variety of disabilities.
CAC Annual Studio Sale
November 20, 2015 - November 21, 2015
Whiteness of the Whale
November 27, 2015 – January 9, 2016
Andrea Myers and Molly Jo Burke challenge 7 artists to read (or re-read) Herman Melville’s classic, Moby Dick, and to create works based on imagery, themes, symbolism, or emotions from the story. White may become the dominant tone – a fitting tribute to a midwinter exhibition.
And looking ahead…
In Fall, 2016, get ready for “Dare to be Heard”, a major exhibition responding to a question from 2013’s “You Call that Art?” show about the perception of women artists across time and culture, and the challenges shaping their creative identities.