Tag Archives: Art

Fireflies on the Water Debute at TMA

Yayoi Kusama established her groundbreaking artistic vision almost seven decades ago, yet, at age 90, she’s the most Instagrammable artist at work today. Join other art-lovers, who relish in the opportunity to post pictures of their experiences with her work, when Yayoi Kusama’s site-specific installation Fireflies on the Water debuts at the Toledo Museum of

A full house at Fuller Art

The artistic family at Fuller Art House hosts its Home for the Holidays exhibit from December 6 through January 15. Artists will have their works displayed, a collage of the remarkable talent and pieces from the area, in a celebration of amazing art. All pieces displayed will be available for purchase. Friday, December 6 through

Antiquity filtered through a contemporary lens

During November’s Art Loop, jeweler Marilyn Yakumithis debuted Remnants, a new collection of functional jewelry pieces influenced by ancient ruins and metalsmithing processes of antiquity filtered through a contemporary lens. Hear Yakumithis discuss this collection, how it was inspired by her recent residency at Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum in Athens, Greece, and how her travels

Loop around the holidays

Join the Art Loop for its final trip of 2019, buy some last-minute gifts for the folks on your list while seeing Toledo covered in thousands of beautiful lights. The Arts Commission’s signature monthly event celebrates the holidays with its December Art Loop, Light Up! Toledo, with venues adorned with seasonal decorations and special lighting

Expanding expanded views

The Expanded Views: Native American Art in Focus, Part II exhibition picks up from the previous showcasing of new TMA acquisitions by American Indian visual artists and traditional craftspeople. Gallery 29A displays Native American art, both contemporary and historical. On view Thursday, December 5 through December 2020. Toledo Museum of Art, 2445 Monroe St. 419-255-8000

200 Years of Glass

Toledo has been affectionately referred to as “The Glass City” since the 1880s when the first of many glass manufacturers arrived in the area. One of the biggest names persists today: Libbey Glass. Learn about the company, its history, and why its called Toledo home for more than 130 years as author Robert Zollweg discusses