Loft Gallery

PORTRAITS: EXPLORING INNER PEACE

-Miriam Baranov-

Aug 5 -Sept 10, 2022

 

Statement

‘I love to draw from life. When you work with a live model you build a connection hopefully become friends through the process you really get to know each other and talk about life. When you spend hours drawing that person the drawing becomes a time-lapse, moments captured that you have spent with them. The drawing constantly evolves, there are days that a model comes in and you can see they are glowing, other days they might be moody you can see that in their face, posture, the way they hold their hands (even when they hold the same pose). As an artist you choose which moments to put into your drawings, you compile the moments till you capture their essence. This is why I do what I do and I call myself a figurative artist.’

Exhibition Space for Artists

Our intimate Loft Gallery is utilized for smaller exhibitions, usually featuring the work of one or two artists. It represents a great opportunity for up-and-coming artists, particularly those who have honed their skills in our classes!

Loft Gallery Proposal Guidelines

For the convenience of artists interested in exhibiting their work in our Loft Gallery, we have published a set of guidelines as part of our standard artist agreement.

This document includes information on:

  • Eligibility requirements
  • Proposal submission process
  • Artwork format parameters
  • Selection process
Download Guidelines

Art Shop

Just as Loft Gallery exhibitions generally feature work by artists in our classes, many of the items available at Created, the Art Shop at the Cultural Arts Center, are made by our students. Take a look at the shop and requirements for it.

Our Shop
Looking to learn more? Contact the Loft Gallery today!

Call us at 614.645.7047

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