• Local Artists

    Todd Malenke

    Todd lives and works in northeastern Coshocton County.    His work can be seen at regional juried art festivals and is represented locally by Commonwealth Americana  and exhibited most recently at the Pomerene Center for the Arts as part of the exhibit OUR HILLS ARE ALIVE, May/June 2014. Eastern Coshocton County has been my home for the last 29 years. I share my house with Patti, my wife, several cats and dogs, and occasionally, one of our three children with their family will visit. About twenty years ago I built a studio near my house where I do my work. My work involves mostly the forging of hot steal so I have gas forges, lots of hand…

  • Local Artists

    Doug Anderson

      Doug Anderson. Glass.  Doug lives and works in northwestern Coshocton County.    His work has been shown worldwide and  is represented locally by Commonwealth Americana  and exhibited most recently at the Pomerene Center for the Arts as part of the exhibit OUR HILLS ARE ALIVE, May/June 2014. Back in year 1980 I fell into a deep relationship with glass. The glass has proven itself to be malleable, forgiving, and innately beautiful to the senses. Although the characteristic of glass are many, it is most usually known to us as a useful container or a see-through window. I have enjoyed glass as a medium to express my thoughts and feelings apart from its utilitarian function.…

  • artPARK

    3 schemes

    The Pomerene Center for the Arts recruited a team of 5 community members to work with Tim Frank to design an artPARK for 325 Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio. Referencing the history of the space as the site of the Park Hotel 1880-2005, the team was charged with designing a succession of outdoor rooms for comfort and compelling habitability.  The artPARK will serve as a place to display temporary public works of arts, show movies and present performances as well serve as an anchor for the revitalization of downtown Coshocton. Three spatial schemes were developed over the weekend of March 21, 2014 under the direction of Designer Tim Frank: Scheme #1…