All posts by K.A. Letts

JB Squared, at River House Arts through November 16

They don’t call Toledo the Glass City for nothing. Our town’s history as a pioneering force in both industrial glass production and art glass ensures that significant artists working in glass and the collectors who love them will often make their way here. A case in point: John Brekke and Jane Bruce, two accomplished artists

SculptureX: Material/ Immaterial, through October 19

It’s inevitable that a group show juried by a single artist will reflect the preoccupations and interests of that artist. But you would be hard-pressed to see a collection of objects in the unique but derelict space on the 7th floor of Toledo’s historic Secor Building that more clearly reflects the esthetic of juror Scott

Immigrant Stories

When was the last time you found yourself in a phone booth? The little, closet-like structures once dotted the urban landscape, connecting us with faraway people and locations. The internet and cell phones have changed all that. Now the phone booth exists as a seldom-seen relic of the analog era. But the Afghan-American conceptual artist

Imagination at 20 North Gallery

In Otherworlds is a two-man exhibit of paintings and prints by painter-digital collagist Dan Hernandez and master draftsman-printmaker Craig Fisher, on display now through September 30 at downtown Toledo’s 20 North Gallery. These two Toledo art visionaries allow imagination to take them— and us— to places that seem at once familiar and uncanny. The source

20 North Gallery presents: In Otherworlds

In Otherworlds is a two-man exhibit of paintings and prints by painter-digital collagist Dan Hernandez and master draftsman-printmaker, Craig Fisher, on display now through September 30 at downtown Toledo’s 20 North Gallery. These two Toledo art visionaries allow imagination to take them— and us— to places that seem at once familiar and uncanny. The source

Jesse Mireles: Inside Out

Visiting an artist’s studio can be like taking a tour of an artist’s brain. The creative process is on view in the workspace, the artist’s strategies and methods exposed. The studio of Toledo painter Jesse Mireles is a colorful place, crowded but well-organized and full of possibility. Mireles’s studio is in downtown Toledo’s historic Secor