• Dogwood Festival,  Exhibits

    Landscapes

    LANDSCAPES by Judith Speckman Russell opening as part of Dogwood Festival 2013, Thursday May 2 from 5:30-7pm. Runs through June 18. see what else is going on during Dogwood Festival My paintings are of things that I find beautiful and I try to convey that as best I can. I was born in Coshocton and grew up there in the ‘40s and ‘50s. My name then was Judy Speckman–I am the daughter of Robert and Blanche Speckman. At fifteen I went to Concord Academy in Massachusetts, then I attended Bennington College in Vermont, and I graduated from Ohio State. I married Charles Russell, who is now a retired Professor of…

  • Dogwood Festival,  Exhibits

    Building Home/Building Hope

    BUILDING HOME/BUILDING HOPE opens as part of Dogwood Festival 2013, Thursday May 2 from 5:30-7pm In partnership with Habitat for Humanity, the Pomerene Center for the Arts presents the work of local photographers. Please join us for the opening party. Local vintners share the fruits of their labor. And Kathy Thompson on the piano sweetens the atmosphere. The event is free and open to the public. Opening the same night  LANDSCAPES  by Coshocton ex-pat Judith Speckman Russell bringing her art “home”. see what else is going on during Dogwood Festival Words from home.”Photography has always been a part of my life. Through my mother’s influence I learned at a young age that, “If you didn’t…

  • Exhibits

    Daughter, Mother

    DAUGHTER, MOTHER  3/1 – 4/27,  2013. A first time showing of the work of Megan and Marsha Tyhurst. Opening Friday, March 1 Daughter: Megan Tyhurst wants to be an author and illustrator.  She has finished her first book and is in the process of  working on her own illustrations for it. Her favorite medium to draw with is graphite. Though Megan finds inspiration visually through  books and photographs,  she rarely draws from a  photograph.  Rather she works from her imagination or from life. Megan is an 8th grader at River View Junior High. Mother: Marsha Tyhurst’s  inspiration comes from animals. Painting in acrylics, she enjoys making them come alive on her canvas…