• Exhibits

    Hanging through the Holidays

    Full with color, pattern and imagination —fantastical/almost exotic and generous in spirit—Sally Emslie's work is a perfect fit for the season. True to his interest in recording Coshocton places, stories and people, Ron Cummings has drawn the Johnson-Humrickhouse Home into his 14 charming illustrations of A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS.

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    THE ART OF BEALLISM

      Opens Saturday, April 27th 6:30pm — Closes Friday, June 14th, 2019 after Jazz on the Lawn ARTIST STATEMENT History is past. It is a hazy memory filled with echoes, whispers and shadows; some good and some bad. The past has much to offer if we open ourselves up to the inspirations it holds. Some would call a person infatuated with the past a nostalgic. I guess that makes me one, since I find great meaning in revisiting the past and the experiences, memories, and people who fill it. This show, “The Art of Beallism”, echoes the past as, me meet in the present, to bring together art alumni from my…

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    ROBERT KING – DOTS OF INSPIRATION

    ROBERT KING – DOTS OF INSPIRATION February 20 – April 20, 2019  Closing Reception April 20, 3-5pm Robert King starting sending intricate dot drawings one at a time from prison to his beloved Beatrice.  She was the only one on the outside to see them and she saved them all. Though she encouraged Robert to share his work once he returned to the outside it took him 20 years to comply. There was a good deal of fortuitous timing when Robert walked into the Pomerene with his storage box of artwork.—Robert’s work dealt with his recovery from addiction. We were considering how to build a relationship with a local recovery…