Some like to paint the town red, but UToledo Art Department alumna Caroline Jardine likes to paint the town blue— covering the windows and doors of abandoned houses with mural panels featuring swirling, psychedelic designs. As part of an inner-city beautification project initiated by Reginald Temple, Director and Vice President of Community Development for First Federal
This month’s art loop is all about interactive art installations and performances by local artists and, of course, shopping participating vendors’ vast selection of one-of-a-kind pieces. You’ll have plenty to see as you stroll downtown or make use of the Art Loop bus to get from one location to the next. $1.25 exact change for
In this Toledo Museum of Art Artist Talk, meet Lisa Zerkowitz and Boyd Sugiki in the GlasSalon as they discuss their medium, specific works and a breakdown of their one-week master class experience in an enlightening free lecture. 7-9pm | Friday, July 19 Toledo Museum of Art GlasSalon, 2445 Monroe St. 419-255-8000 | toledomuseum.org |
Self-taught Colorado artist John Steele brings his oil paintings of western landscapes to the 20 North Gallery. The artist, who lives with Parkinson’s disease himself, is donating 20 percent of his sales to the The Michael J. Fox Foundation for research. Of Steele Painting: Western Landscapes by John Steele, the artist says he hopes “in
Now in its 27th year, the University of Toledo Alumni Association’s Art on the Mall is a summer favorite for good reason. The outdoor art show has more than 100 artists selling their pieces in an eclectic mix of media from glass works and acrylic paintings to woodwork and jewelry. After admiring the artistry on
With festival season in full swing, Northwest Ohio is host to countless art fairs. One of the most recognized is the Crosby Festival of the Arts, now in its 54th year.
Fuller Art House brings together the work of four women with unique artistic perspectives during the First Friday Art Walk. Dani Herrera is known for her work with everyday objects like denim, newspapers, and whatever strikes her, while Cary Okoro’s work is often inspired by social justice. Meridith Ridl draws upon ordinary items for inspiration,