November 02, 2015
Brandt-Roberts Galleries will present work from newly represented Columbus artists Cody Heichel and Richard Lillash. Watercolorist Cody Heichel aims to capture the mood and movement of his urban subjects through quick, spontaneous brushwork using bold colors and high-contrast tonality. Influenced by early American Impressionists, Post-Impressionists and California plein air painters, Lillash’s pieces capture small moments of everyday life, whether a vase of delicate flowers or a used painter’s tool.
Hammond Harkins Gallery
For the November Gallery Hop, Hammond Harkins Galleries presents White Noise: New Works by Laura Alexander and Andrea Myers on display through November 8.
Starting with the November Gallery Hop, the Joseph Editions Gallery is officially open for business. Stop by to see the new space and view works from the Ohio Portfolio, featuring limited edition master printed originals created by 15 contemporary artists, each with an Ohio connection.
For the past year Joey Monsoon has been working on his biggest project to date. Feeling the constraints of the small panels he had been painting, Joey decided to go big, really big. For this show Monsoon presents seven large paintings done in oils, rather than his usual acrylics at Lindsay Gallery. He is also now using a palette knife to build up thick layers of paint which add an even greater emotional impact to his haunting, gaunt figures. The exhibit will run until November 28.
Marcia Evans Gallery
From November 6 through November 30, Marcia Evans Gallery will be featuring An Art Retrospective of Max Yoder. Opening reception on Friday, November 6 from 5:30-8:30pm. Max believed his paintings were stage settings and that what he did made it possible for the viewer to put themselves on the stage he made.
In October, the new exhibition at the Pizzuti Collection, US IS THEM, will be open. Take a guided tour at 2:00pm of US IS THEM, a powerful exhibition celebrating the artist as critics, whose work confronts the timely and potent issues of politics, religion, and racism.
This month at pm gallery, Strange Art: works from the collection of Dan Dougan, owner of now defunct Staches, a University District nightclub, and Little Brothers, a former Short North Arts District music venue. Featuring local artists Rick Borg, Levent Isik, Dan Gerdeman, Charles Wince and Daniel Work plus select ethnographic work from South and Central America. Most work dates from the early to mid-1990s and is for sale. This is a rare opportunity to own part of two retired Columbus landmarks.
Rivet welcomes Ohio artist Chad Cochran for his first show with the gallery. This exhibition will feature the melding of his photography and mixed media, exploring the vacancies of our hearts through the shadows of homes. Join Rivet on Saturday, November 7 from 7-10pm for an artist reception. Meet Chad and learn more about the creative process of his work. Exhibition will be on display through November 30.
ROY G BIV
ROY G BIV Gallery presents Keith Lemley and Lexie Stoia. Lemley’s neon tube installation references the underlying geometry of the universe. Stoia’s paranormal installations draw from Midwestern harvest rituals. The work of both artists is on display November 7 to 28 at 997 N. High St. There will be an opening reception on Gallery Hop from 7:00-10:00pm. An artists’ talk and closing will be on Saturday, November 28 at 2:30 pm.
Sean Christopher Gallery Ohio
For the November Gallery Hop, Sean Christopher Gallery Ohio will feature photography by Akane Iizuka, Katie Smith, Jen Murillo, Taylor Grey, Man Chi Au, Britt Combs, McKenzie Yerrick, Tamrin Ingram, Sarah Freelan, Abby Weaver, Parker Dudzik, and Lauren Garms. A Gallery Hop reception will be on November 7, from 6:00-10:00pm. The exhibit will continue through November 24.
Sharon Weiss will be featuring Frederick Fochtman, Paintings – Latest Works, November 6 through November 29, 2015. An artist reception will be on November 6 from 6:00-8:00pm. The artist will be in attendance during Gallery Hop from 7:00-10:00pm.
For the November Gallery Hop, Tim Harding’s Layers continues until November 15 at Sherrie Gallerie. Respected fiber artist Tim Harding fills the gallery with breathtaking installations and vibrant compositions in dyed, layered, cut, and folded silk.
Studios on High Gallery
Studios on High Gallery members create treasures on a small scale for holiday gifting. Come meet the artists at the show, opening Saturday November 7 at 6:00-10:00pm.
Big Fun Columbus
Join Big Fun Columbus for the November Gallery Hop. Artists Greg “The Art Car Czar” Phelps and Bobby Lee Turney will be at Big Fun Columbus along with The Good Time Charleys who will return to play some Dixieland tunes.
Brothers Drake is featuring artist Aaron Sheldon, Sidewalks to Skylines, and live music from The Admirables.
First Community Bank
JT Thompson presents a new series of artworks he calls Geometric Surrealism at First Community Bank. This style explores the use of multiple sources of light and an aid in creating spatial depth in abstract compositions. Light reflecting off of multiple geometric planes guides the viewer’s eye, and gives shape to what might otherwise be a chaotic mass of line, color and shape.
Stone Village Church and Art Gallery
On Saturday, November 7, from 5:00-7:00pm, Stone Village Art Gallery welcomes local artist, Patrick Wayner, and his new exhibit, Re-Imagined Wild. In Patrick’s own words: “In this series I explore the concept of reclaiming nature. I look at the idea that humans are an integral part of nature and that together we can coexist. Our affect on nature is based on positive and negative interactions. Applying this concept to my collection, I used recycled wood to show the marriage of weather, the wild, and the modern world, over time.”
Stonewall Columbus is featuring InsideOUT MCI INMATE ART SHOW with an opening reception on Saturday, November 7 from 4:00-7:00 PM. InsideOUT is a program designed specifically for LGBTQ inmates and formerly incarcerated individuals. The program was created to act as a bridge to support, encourage, and provide robust resources to LGBTQ inmates inside local correctional facilities and LGBTQ formerly incarcerated individuals that are re-entering the mainstream population.
Denmark on High
Although artist Brian Ewing has transformed into one of rock music and pop art’s most prolific, iconic image-makers, remaining down-to-earth and staying inspired are key elements to the growth of his rebellious art empire. This November Ewing will be featured at Denmark on High, alongside Denmark’s craft cocktails and inspired gastrofare.
For the November Gallery Hop, The Waxxpot will have photographer Autumn Eden from 5:00-7:00pm along with $15 brow waxes.
Dax Davis will be featured at House Beer for the month of November. Dax is a self-taught artist that is inspired by his travels and love of nature. You will find his abstract and landscape works on canvas, masonite, and reclaimed wood. He creates unique texture by using oxidized metal effects to add intensity to his vision. His favorite mediums include copper, iron, acrylics, and Venetian plaster. Born and raised in Columbus, Dax is continuously creating new paintings to evoke a sense of adventure in those who view his body of work.
Wexner Center for the Arts
Wexner Center for the Arts will have the Lambert Family Lecture: After Picasso: A Conversation with Diana Widmaier Picasso and Jack Cowart on Friday, November 12 at 5:30pm in the Mershon Auditorium.
GALLERY HOP EVENTS
Help celebrate the grand opening of Industrious Columbus, the Short North Arts District’s newest addition to the city’s business community. With over 10,000 square feet of shared co-working space, Industrious is a professional oasis right above High Street at The Joseph. This Gallery Hop, enjoy complimentary wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres and catch the latest highlights from the Ohio State/Minnesota game all with a skyline view.
Visit Cub Shrub at their very first Gallery Hop. It’s Tigertree for tiny people!
During November Gallery Hop, Global Gifts is proud to feature fairly traded, handwoven wool Manos Zapotecas bags. All Manos Zapotecas bags are handmade according to time-honored traditions by Zapotec weavers in Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico. Stop by Global Gifts during Gallery Hop for fair trade coffee, hot cocoa, and baked good samples, and sign up to win their monthly drawing. This month Global Gifts will be offering a handmade, scarlet coffee sleeve by local artisan MadebyAmyD along with a lovely scarlet, handknit alpaca scarf from Bolivia. Go Buckeyes!
Danceville, U.S.A. will have an Open House event, inviting anyone to come visit the studio space and/or sign up for dance lessons.
For the November Gallery Hop, see Get Right with DJ Giovanny at Skully’s. Doors are 21+ at 10:00pm with no cover until 10:30pm. There is a $5.00 cover from 10:30pm-12:30am and a $10 cover from 12:30-2:00am.
From 5:00pm to 8:00pm on Gallery Hop Saturday in November, Righno will host the Holy Moses staff to provide complimentary haircuts. Righno will also have refreshments from Brothers Drake Meadery and an artist on-site.
GALLERY HOP SPONSORS
Elevator Brewing Co. is proud to be the official beer partner of Gallery Hop. Originally opening in 1999, the local brewery produces 10+ year-round beers and many seasonals. Each month, Gallery Hop features Elevator specials at a variety of Short North Arts District bars and restaurants.
The featured special for this month is the $3.00 Elevator Bleeding Buckeye bottle at Local Bar located at 913 N. High Street.
Stop by the MAG MINI Gallery Hop Hub at Victorian Gate to get information on all things happening at the November Gallery Hop with exclusive giveaways and insider info on the latest MINI.