Cleveland WorkSpace hosts local fine art show Friday

Posted 7/12/17

Cleveland WorkSpace is hosting an Open Studio Night art show on Friday,, from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., in their gallery in the Old Woolen Mill at 445 Church St.S.E.,

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Cleveland WorkSpace hosts local fine art show Friday

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Cleveland WorkSpace is hosting an Open Studio Night art show on Friday,, from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., in their gallery in the Old Woolen Mill at 445 Church St.S.E.,

There is no cost of admission for this evening of fine art, but donations to help the program continue are graciously accepted.

Open Studio Nights are typically held on the second Fridays of each month. Paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs have been featured in past shows, as well as performance art and even unusual pieces like werewolf baby dolls.

“Play” is the theme for July’s Open Studio Night, which will feature work from more than a dozen local artists.

“Cleveland WorkSpace strives to be connected with the growing community of talented artists in the Cleveland area,” said Carie Varner, a member artist and Open Studio Night coordinator for Cleveland WorkSpace. “Open Studio Nights are a fun way to experience art, music and the huge pool of artistic talent that our city fosters.”

Featured artists include Varner, as well as WorkSpace members Claudia Hoffer and Jackie Cory. Glass art from Kim Currin of Glassworks, also located at the Old Woolen Mill, will also be displayed. In addition, there will be artwork from Lori McDaniel, M.B. Hetzel, Dakota Faricelli, Brock Hall, Erica Stewart, Lucinia Miles, Rebecca Bianucci and Elizabeth Evans.

Performing throughout the free event is local musician James Snider, a Lee University alumni and the lead singer of Fresh Mind. Light refreshments will also be served.

Cleveland WorkSpace has held five Open Studio Nights this year, including shows focusing on high school and university student work. More than 75 people attended the “Art, Body and Soul” themed Open Studio Night, and organizers hope the program continues to grow.

Cleveland WorkSpace is a program area of Public Markets, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

For more information about Cleveland WorkSpace, call Barry Currin at (423) 618-3219 or visit www.ClevelandWorkSpace.com.

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