Original etchings, screen prints, woodblocks, collagraphs, monoprints, letterpress, lithographs, and linocuts will be available, framed and unframed. All prints are limited edition, hand-made prints created by the exhibiting artists, not mass-produced copies. Prints, cards, artists’ books, journals, fine arts papers, t-shirts, and other unique items will be available for purchase. The artists will be on site to discuss their work and printmaking processes.
Participating printmakers include: Michael Altman, James Billiter, Rick Finn, Amy Foltz, April Foster, Maureen George, Saad Ghosn, Christine Hollering, Nicole Hollon, Tory Keith, Andrea Knarr, Nicci Mechler, Kathleen Piercefield, Randel Plowman, Brad Thiele, Jan Thomas, Carla Trujillo, Nancy Turner, Carole Winters, David Wischer, and Mary Woodworth.
Also this year, regional printmaking groups and studios that are participating include the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative (Stephen Wiggins), DIY Printing (Aaron Kent), Dayton Printmakers Cooperative (Miranda Taylor, Sherraid Scott, Micah Zavacky, Doug Taylor, Deborah Dixon, and Diane Stemper), and Pull Club (Amy Scarpello, Chelsey Hughes, Linda Winder).
Margaret Rhein, owner of Terrapin Paper Mill, will be on hand with handmade paper, cards, and more.
Be inspired and support local artists!
One of my favorite places to experience is the Joseph Clark Gallery Arts of Africa located in Northside, one of the unique neighborhoods in Cincinnati, OH.
Lowery Joseph Clark is very knowledgeable about the pieces in his collection that are for sale and he features many of them on his website- http://www.josephclarkgallery.com
He is having an opening this Saturday, 9/9/17, 6-9pm and has invited 4 local artists to exhibit and a small selection of their work will be featured as well. I am honored to be one of the 4 artists and will have 4 of my handmade paper pulp painting collages in this exhibition until the end of October.
Joseph Clark Gallery
Wed. – Sat. 2-8 pm or by Appointment 513-351-8111
4038 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223
Hope you will find the time to stop by at the opening or during the time of the exhibition.
The Joseph Clark Gallery is the inspiration of curator and owner Lowery Joseph Clark. An avid collector of African art for more than 25 years, he opened the Gallery in 2011. Joseph Clark Gallery’s primary objective is to provide exceptional and unique art from the African continent with emphasis on the people of Sub-Sahara Africa.
The Joseph Clark Gallery proudly presents
Images Of Africa
Featuring local artists:
Opening reception Saturday September 9, 2017 6 -9 pm.
4038 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45223.
Wine and light fare will be served
There are still a few opening for my spring workshops but they are filling up fast. Email me if you are interested – firstname.lastname@example.orgAn energetic, colorful group of new handmade paper and fabric collage art of fantasy spring garden designs that will bring joy to your life will be featured in our Spring Studio Collection Show by Margaret Rhein. In addition many new handmade paper novelty cards, Paper Treasures and books will be available.
a Final Friday Show at Venue 222
featuring the work of local artists Margaret Rhein, Sara Caswell-Pearce, Diane Seeman, Barbara Stewart and Inside Out Studios.
This link should take you to my 10 minute interview that aired Sunday night 4/27/14 with Barbara Gray on Around Cincinnnati, a weekly radio show featuring many unique cultural stories about the arts, music, literature, gardening and more.
I really appreciate having the opportunity to talk about my life in papermaking and my current projects. Hope you will take time to listen and let me know what you think! Barbara did an excellent job of interviewing me.
Stu and I hung my show featuring 18 handmade paper collages at Ruth’s Parkside Cafe in Northside yesterday and I feel it adds a lot of life to a very beautiful space. Since my art work in this show features many portraits in paper, it is a bit like seeing my imaginary family pictures on the walls. I am familiar with them all but wonder what others will think?
I will be having a special opening on Sunday May 18, from 3-5pm that you are all invited to attend. Ruth’s is closed for meals on Sunday’s so it will be open for a light reception in honor of my exhibition. The exhibit will continue through Saturday, June 28.
There is also another event happening in Northside on that date that you might be interested in as well. http://www.cincinnatiarts.org/events/detail/north-by-northside
Thanks for all the support and encouragement from my family and friends throughout my life as an artist.
The Weavers Guild of Greater Cincinnati (WGGC)
MARGARET RHEIN: A PASSION FOR PULP, PETALS, AND PORTRAITS
Opening- March 6, 2014 5:30pm- 6:30pm
Other opportunities for viewing the art-
Guild House will be open for visits by the public on March 9th, 1-4 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am – 1pm except closed March 4 and 6 or bad weather
Saturday, April 12th ArtsWave Sampler- 1-3pm
Margaret Rhein will have papermaking setup for participants to make paper
Closing- April 12, 2014 1-3pm
Weavers Guild of Greater Cincinnati