Welcome to Tregoning & Company
February 17th - March 11, 2017
This exhibition celebrates the Bi-centennial of Zoar Village’s founding in 1817.
Don Whitemyer assembled a fine collection of Zoar paintings executed by German-American artists best recognized as members of the generic ‘Cleveland School’: Adam Lehr, George Adomeit, August Biehle, Ferdinand Gottwald, William Sommer –all of whom delighted in weekends and trips away from Cleveland, enjoying illicit home-brewed spirits, camaraderie, and painting in both Zoar village and the adjacent countryside. Tim continued to expand the collection he inherited from his dad with purchases from the annual Whitemyer invitational show held in Zoar, made up of paintings depicting Zoar Village. Both men had close ties to Youngstown painter and Butler Museum director Clyde Singer; there are numerous paintings, drawings and prints by this American master as well represented in the Whitemyer Collection.
Eterovich on Ideastream!
Listen to the T&Co interview here with Ideastreams' Dee Perry on The Sound of Applause! Perry speaks to curators Bill Tregoning of Tregoning & Company and the Cleveland Institute of Art's Bruce Checefsky about the work of Cleveland artist and educator Anthony Eterovich and the city-wide exhibition celebrating the centennial of his birth.
Catalogs for A Thrilling Act are available for purchase at T&Co. Follow the life and work of this great Cleveland artist with this retrospective exhibition booklet when you visit!
78th Street Studios - Third Friday Art Walks featured on WKYC 3
CLEVELAND -- The building is a former automotive factory and once was the American Greetings headquarters. Now the 78th Street Studios is the largest fine art complex of it's kind in Northeast Ohio and it's drawing artists and crowds to the Gordon Square art district every month. Although the building takes up the majority of a city block, it still feels like a hidden gem. Inside, 47 creative businesses occupy different creative spaces on three floors.