November 01, 2016
ROY G BIV Gallery
ROY G BIV Gallery is featuring Laura Makar and Virginia Kistler. Makar’s elaborate cut paper compositions captivate with their detailed abstract configurations. Kistler records fleeting impressions created by urban spaces, flora and fauna. The work of both artists will be on display November 5–26. Opening reception will be on Saturday, November 5 from 7:00-10:00pm. Artists’ talk and closing on Saturday, November 26 at 2:30pm.
Sean Christopher Gallery Ohio
Sean Christopher is featuring Ebb & Flow: Natalia Sanchez and Kyle Bowersock. Opening reception on November 5 from 6:00-10:00pm. Exhibit continues through November 22.
Natalia Sanchez is a Columbus artist and a native of Puerto Rico. She received her BFA in painting from CCAD in 2015. Kyle Bowersock is from Mansfield, Ohio, and graduates from CCAD with his BFA in painting in December 2016.
For November, accomplished wood artist Michael Bauermeister will fill Sherrie Gallerie with his sculptural vessels and wall pieces. Using complex layers of color and texture, Bauermeister brings his material to life in unique and unexpected ways.
Sharon Weiss Gallery
During the month of November, Sharon Weiss Gallery will feature Fred Fochtman. The exhibition, Latest Works, will feature Fochtman’s impressionistic paintings of nature scenes.
Brandt-Roberts Galleries will feature their first juried invitational, entirely composed of abstract works. Praxis (process) emphasizes the physical act of making art. This exhibition features a select group of noteworthy contemporary artists at different stages in their careers. The invitees engage many mediums in their pursuit of abstract expression with varying techniques that include dripping, dabbing, smearing, and even creating new tools to apply paint to a surface.
Marcia Evans Gallery
A Closer Look by Nora Daniel is opening on Friday, November 4 from 5:30-8:30pm at Marcia Evans Gallery. The exhibit will be available from November 4 through November 30.
Joseph Editions presents Technicolor, an exhibition of new editions by New York based artist Derrick Adams and paintings by emerging Columbus based artist Mike Nemire. Though different in subject matter, the works share a visual language of color – the pixelated screen.
This month at pm gallery, Vicki Moon Spiegel: Taking Wings features fused glass and a mixed media exploration of the Day of the Dead and Halloween. Spiegel uses repurposed glass, found objects, beads and more in her work.
Lemongrass Fusion Bistro
Throughout the month of November, Lemongrass Fusion Bistro will feature artwork by Scott Steelman.
Wexner Center for the Arts
On Gallery Hop Saturday at 10:00am, Gather at the Wexner Center for the Arts with educators from central Ohio and beyond to reimagine learning spaces in light of the progressive education system implemented at Black Mountain College. This workshop features a dynamic dialogue hosted by Dr. Melissa Crum (artist, author, researcher, and founder of Mosaic Education Network, LLC) where we’ll discuss innovative ideas and strategies and contemplate new ways to situate contemporary learning environments. Utilizing Art of Hosting practices, this experience will harness the collective wisdom of the participants, creating a dialogue that’s truly tailored to the interests of the group.
Stone Village Art Gallery
On Saturday, November 5 from 5-8 pm, the art gallery at Stone Village Church presents the new art exhibit, Hold Me to the Light by Sonya Lucas.
Hold Me to the Light explores Appalachian imagery, feminism, dreams and nostalgia. By using coal dust to create the dark tones in each painting, the artist add the very West Virginia ground of her home to each expression.
This month, The Table will feature November Jenn Moffitt. The artist uses mixed media to create incredible surrealist works.
First Commonwealth Bank
First Commonwealth Bank will be featuring the works of two unique artists, painter Jen Belt and sculptor Jennifer Brown for November.
For Jen Belt, the process of textural composition is most important in her fine art paintings. Each original work is created by layering various mixed media in unexpected ways.
Jennifer Brown expresses herself and connects with the world and other people through art. Clay is one of her favorite mediums, and the raku firing process adds another dimension of excitement (and surprise) to the finished pieces.
This November, Enso is proud to feature artist Brandon Sines from Brooklyn, New York. For Frank Ape: Just Visiting, Sines and his jovial character Frank Ape will be exploring our beautiful city, Columbus Ohio. As Frank Ape is known for doing, he will be taking on other identities, spreading love, and enjoying everything Ohio. You may catch Frank at your favorite coffee shop, chilling in your local bar, or playing on your favorite Ohio sports team.
Enso will host an opening on November 5, 7:00 to 10:00pm. Frank Ape: Just Visiting will be featured the entire month of November.
Big Fun Columbus
For November, Big Fun have a couple artists on display. Big Fun employee Bobby Lee Turney will be the featured artist, with an installation by Greg “Art Car” Phelps. See The Ramblers performing Dixieland music throughout the night.
Denmark on High
Stop by Gallery Denmark to see the work of photo appropriation and manipulation artist Katie Hofacker, with a reception on November 5.
Robert Mason Company
Stop by Robert Mason Company every month for new artwork in their front art window. For November, artist Nicholas Schukay presents portrait drawings.
GALLERY HOP EVENTS
For November, Global Gifts is featuring fair trade woolens collection from the Highlands of Peru and Bolivia. Indigenous Quechua women from the Andes hand knit beautiful alpaca hats, scarves, and gloves. The income they earn from this endeavor helps raise the quality of life for them and their families, and helps pay for school for their children.
During Gallery Hop enjoy fair trade coffee and baked good samples while you shop. Stop by Global Gifts to enter to win this basket of goodies, including chili and cornbread mix from the Women’s Bean Project plus scone mix and tea from Equal Exchange.