November 01, 2021
With dozens of galleries and non-traditional exhibit spaces, Gallery Hop is Columbus’ favorite day of the month to celebrate art.
In addition to street performers and vendors, this month’s Gallery Hop will feature new exhibitions and works at galleries and businesses throughout the District.
Hop til you drop this Saturday, November 6 and check out the plethora of art activities.
Brandt-Roberts Galleries is pleased to announce the second iteration of “There’s No Place Like Home.” The 2019 inaugural exhibition of the same title featured BRG artists who live and work throughout Ohio, depicting the vast and diverse landscape of the state they call home. This year’s iteration of There’s No Place Like Home will explore similar themes, but has also expanded to include BRG artists that are Ohio-born, and in some cases currently residing outside of the state. The paintings in this exhibition explore each artist’s connection to Ohio.
There’s No Place Like Home opens with a Gallery Hop Exhibition Reception on November 6, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., and is on view through Dec. 23. A virtual exhibition will be available at brandtrobertsgalleries.com/exhibitions.
November Gallery Hop hours will be from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Emergent Art + Craft is proud to partner with Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative for a salon style show featuring several core and associate members of the group!
The exhibition, titled Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative 2021, features work from a selection of Phoenix Rising members, including Karen Albanese Campbell, Judith Steele, Dana Grubbe, Eliana Calle-Saari, Christine D’Epiro Abbott, Alana Hizer, Kit Vasey, and Susanna Harris. A variety of printed media are available from silkscreen to carved block prints, to collagraph. Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative has been a resource for artists in Columbus for more than 20 years and provides access to studio space for members as well as educational opportunities for the public.
The exhibition will be on view through Dec. 31. December Holiday Hop hours will be from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
“Still is Still Moving” is Janice Lessman-Moss and Carol Stewart’s second two-person exhibition at Hammond Harkins Galleries. Lessman-Moss, Professor of Textile Arts at Kent State University and 2019 United States Artists Fellow, uses the latest technologies to create complex textiles of interlocking designs. Stewart, formerly of Columbus and currently living in St. Petersburg, Florida, is a master colorist known for contemporary still lifes. Recently, Stewart had work on view in the Butler Institute of American Art’s 85th National Midyear Show, and is now back in Ohio for her first major exhibit in Columbus since moving. Stop in to see her new paintings and the new designs of Lessman-Moss’ lenticular surfaces. These stunningly beautiful works are at once animated by light and endless discoveries.
The exhibition will be on view through November 12.
November Gallery Hop hours will be from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
“INTERSECT COLUMBUS” – Chicago’s loss is Columbus’ gain! Lindsay Gallery was to show at Intersect Chicago Art Fair at Navy Pier in November. Unfortunately the show was cancelled. So the gallery decided to do the show here instead!
Works will be on view Nov. 6 through 27.
November Gallery Hop hours will be from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Kirsten Bowen works in a very unique style of text based fresco which incorporates her poems as well as words, lyrics and other poems and quotes from Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, and more. This show will feature her hidden words in colorful landscapes as well as in a few rock portraits which are fun and entertaining.
Works will be on display from Nov. 6 through Nov. 30.
November Gallery Hop hours will be from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art presents two inspiring exhibitions: Bruce Robinson: Flutterby, a solo presentation of painting and sculpture by the longstanding Columbus-based artist and educator, will be shown in the third floor galleries. The exhibition presents a range of the artist’s shaped-plywood paintings and assemblages that address movement and the body, drawing especially on African American history, accomplishments and experience.
The main level of the Pizzuti Collection of CMA will feature a solo exhibition by multi-disciplinary artist Nina Katchadourian. An immersive and deeply personal work about resourcefulness, hope and creative capacity under duress, Katchadourian’s To Feel Something That Was Not of Our World is fitting as the museum and the world emerge from crisis.
These works will be on view through April 21, 2022.
November Gallery Hop will be from 11:00am to 6:00pm.
Craig Carlisle “New Work” marks the artist’s third show at Sarah Gormley Gallery. The exhibition will include all new pieces, many of which have been inspired by verses from poetry. “New Work” will be on view Nov. 4 through Nov. 28
November Gallery Hop hours are 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Sean Christopher Gallery presents “CREATIVE MINDS ~ EXPLORATION OF VISUAL ARTISTS” with an Opening Gallery Hop Reception on Nov. 6, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Curated by Columbus College of Art & Design’s Hiroshi Hayakawa, the Professor’s following ‘Photography Projects’ upperclass CCAD students are featured in the show: Parker Bending, Madison Berry, Chloe Brown, Olivia Guenther, Jamie Hoy, Jay Jugler, Emma McLaughlin, Emma Mortellaro, Desiree Reed, Toia Rivera, Laney Sword, Nina Wells, and Christopher Woldford
Hiroshi Hayakawa explains, “Thirteen upperclass students enrolled in Photography Projects at Columbus College of Art & Design worked on this group project over the past five weeks. The goal of the project was to capture the essence of an active art scene in Central Ohio by showcasing several visual artists living and working today. Through the process of photographing their subjects and listening to their stories, our students were able to catch a glimpse of the rich artistic talent pool in Central Ohio and renew the perspective on their own artistic future inspired by the insights gained from working with the artists. We hope the visitors to this show are also inspired by what they see in the exhibit as much as our students were”Exhibit will continue through Nov. 20 during Regular Gallery Hours or by appointment. Please follow our Covid safety protocols while visiting the gallery whether unvaccinated or fully vaccinated. 815 N High; 614-327-1344; seanchristophergallery.com.
Sharon Weiss Gallery is thrilled to present Stephanie Rond, Solo Show, In The Mystery of Forgotten Things from Nov. 4 through Nov. 28. Rond explores the relationship between art and science, wonder and intellect, order and disorder.
Visit Sharon Weiss Galleries at 12, 20 & 24 E. Lincoln St., Thurs., 12p.m. to 4 p.m., Fri., 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sat. 12 to 5 p.m., and Sun., 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.. Visit www.sharonweissgallery.com for more information. For inquiries call 614-291-5683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
November Gallery Hop hours are 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Sherrie Gallerie is proud to present a new collection of work by acclaimed artist , Erika Sanada.
“Close To Me” was just shown in the Canton Art Museum as a featured exhibition.Check out Sanada’s mural on Brickel Alley then stop in and enjoy the show!
Elkins’ work will be on view Nov. 6 through Dec. 19.
November Gallery Hop hours will be from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The Art of Gifting is an annual holiday exhibition featuring smaller works by Studio on High Gallery member artists. These smaller pieces are ideal for holiday gifting and invite patrons to sample a broad range of diverse work from jewelry and oils to wildlife sculpture and mixed media collage. Member artists are invited to create in their juried medium or stretch to explore other avenues, extending their body of work. The Art of Gifting will run Nov. 6 to Jan. 6, 2022.
November Gallery Hop hours at 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wexner Center for the Arts
This fall, the Wexner Center will devote its galleries to the first large-scale museum exhibition of vanguard abstract painter Jacqueline Humphries.
A maverick figure in New York’s downtown scene, Humphries has reworked and revitalized the language of abstract painting over a career that has covered four decades and multiple transformations in style. The Wex’s presentation will focus on the past seven years, highlighting the importance of digital communications and online culture to Humphries’s evolving practice. Guest-curated by Mark Godfrey, the exhibition features dozens of paintings, including a new multipanel installation—her largest to date—created in response to the center’s iconic postmodernist architecture.
The exhibition also features Humphries’s recent work exploring the visual language of corporate logos; her black light paintings, made with fluorescent paints to be presented in a darkened space; and a selection of protest sign paintings. These invoke art’s long history as a medium of dissent as well as the uprisings that have increasingly shaped modern politics. To learn more, visit wexarts.org.
Humphries’ exhibition will be on display through Jan. 2, 2022.
The Wexner Center will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Gallery Hop.
OTHER NOVEMBER 6 ACTIVITIES
Amy Haggard (@amythemakist) will be creating a custom piece of art on the corner of High and W 1st Ave. The piece will be raffled off to a lucky winner and announced on Monday, Nov. 8. Hot cocoa will also be available, provided by Industrious.
Get a head start on your holiday shopping with the Prologue Bookshop Sidewalk Sale! Browse a tremendous number of incredible books, gift items, and much more at discount prices. The selection changes every month, so there’s always something new! The sidewalk sale runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and store hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
SPACE CAMP is back November 6th at Skully’s! XODIA is proud to feature the young rising star, FAHY-Z, with support from, BRUT, GEEKU, GVNNER, M8TRIX, SKINNYBOYQ, TRENCHES, VEZZE, and YUNG HOLLIWOOD.
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Those interested in visiting the Short North Arts District in person can make their visit Short North Safe. Local businesses are taking various safety precautions, such as requiring masks or face coverings, offering private appointments, limiting capacity, increasing routine cleaning, encouraging clients to social distance and sanitize, and more.
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