Gail Christofferson’s latest project, a large-scale mosaic set to be installed in July at 411 N. Michigan Ave. in downtown Toledo, is a joint effort with A Renewed Mind, a local mental healthcare provider. Funded by a grant through the Toledo Community Foundation and the David and Laura Lovell Group, the mosaic, “Pieces to Peace”—a decidedly appropriate title—has been in the works for the better part of a year.
On Saturday and Sunday, the annual Maple and Main Art & Music Festival offers a juried art feature featuring talented regional artists, live music, beer, wine, and plenty of fun.
See Garber-Pearson step off the tightrope and into the gallery during her solo show, In Step at River House Arts, featuring a series of drawings, sculpture, video and performance.
Join fashion and art marketing group Your Boyfriends Stylist (YBFS) for a party full of art, fashion and music during the 5th Rossi pop-up art show.
Shop handmade jewelry, hand sewn bags, super-cute pottery, smallbatch beauty products, Instagram-friendly planters, patches, planners, prints, plus way more, during Handmade Toledo’s 2018 Spring Maker’s Mart.
Popularized by French Impressionists in the mid-1800s, “plein air painting” encourages the artist to think beyond the studio by going outside to paint nature scenes.
See what happens when vending machines dish out cellophane-wrapped, cigarette box-sized paintings, jewelry, mini sculptures, and other piece of art during the ArtOMat Machine launch party in the Art Village at Toledo Botanical Garden.
The first murals known to man go back to Paleolithic times as cave paintings. Then, around 1300, in Italy, with new methods of muraling, “frescos” like Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel work advanced the process.
Decades in the Making: Highlights from the Toledo Federation of Artists Societies celebrates Toledo Art historyApril 24, 2018
In 1917, the Toledo Federation of Art Societies (TFAS) was established to support and connect local artists. In the beginning, the TFAS was chartered by three artist collectives and the Toledo Museum of Art, while today more than 40 area art organizations are affiliated with the TFAS.