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by Darius Steward
SUMMITS & LIGHT
Last year, an artist introduced himself to me: Richard Vaux. He was armed with a binder of photos of his recent paintings that I examined and responded very well to. “How is it we’ve never crossed paths?” I had to ask. “I’ve recently moved to Ohio –Hudson –from New York City,” he replied.
A studio visit confirmed my first response to his art: it is robust, yet diaphanous painting of the landscape. I also became aware of a relationship it had to George Kozmon’s art, and I made a point of introducing these two painters to one another. Out of that introduction has come “Summits & Light.” I invited each artist to curate a joint show of their work from the other’s body of art, and enjoyed watching the exhibition unfold through their eyes and selections.
Don’t miss this introduction of Richard Vaux into the Cleveland art scene, along with a rare opportunity to see all of George Kozmon’s recent paintings and drawings. Together, these gentlemen have found Cinergy between them. We’re all very excited with this show, and look forward to learning of YOUR responses. Come by the gallery soon!
GalleryTalk with Kozmon and Vaux
Missed our conversation with the artists of Summits & Light? Watch it here
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.
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.