Tag Archives: Art – Feature

Bring out the beautiful: OwlVision turns heads in Toledo

Phillip Callahan is a changemaker. Self-taught by long hours with the natural instincts of an artist, his unplanned photography garnered national attention for Toledo’s Black Lives Matter events last summer, as did his first photograph of the cityscape he calls home. Callahan started OwlVision LLC, making a name at music concerts while networking in Detroit,

Telling Stories with Pictures: Toledo Museum of Art hosts narrative drawing exhibit

Beginning Nov. 21, the Toledo Museum of Art will display “Telling Stories: Resilience and Struggle in Contemporary Narrative Drawing”, an exhibition of contemporary pieces including twenty-five large and small-scale works, along with an animated film.  The featured artists, Amy Cutler, Robyn O’Neil and Annie Pootoogook, create their art through graphite or pencil. Other artists also

New Galleries At Gathered Glass Feature Two Unique Exhibitions

In the past six to eight months, Gathered Glass renovated the upstairs space above their storefront into two, beautiful exhibition spaces for public viewing. Artists, including Gathered’s Gallery Manager Ian Welch, relocated their working studios to another area on the floor, and walls were knocked down in order to create a larger gallery space. Finished

Hope Olson’s Shelter in Place Exhibit Reflects Our New Normal

The current exhibit on display at Fuller Art House— Shelter in Place by Hope Olson— is a timely one. The Holland, Michigan artist is a master of capturing everyday life through vibrant colors and distorted shapes that give movement to still-life images. She draws inspiration from her love of interior decorating and historic architecture, along