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Current Exhibitions

 

Please enjoy the virtual exhibition below and be sure to check our achives of past exhibitions.

William C. Grauer Exhibition

A native of Philadelphia, William C. Grauer (1895-1985) made a major impact on the Cleveland art scene during his 60 year career, as a painter, muralist and teacher. Grauer received his art education in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art. After his graduation in 1914, Grauer…  Read More

French Fabric Designs

This exhibition features fabric designs from the Atelier of Arthur Litt and the Lizzie Derriey Studio. French fabric and tapestry designer, Arthur Litt opened his atelier in Paris in the late 1920s and quickly became known for his abstract aesthetic. Likewise, the Lizzie Derriey Design Studio opened…  Read More

Architecture and Urbanism

Architecture + Urbanism features a wide selection of architectural studies of the urban environment. Historically, artists' work has been as much about the built environment as the people who inhabit it. The interaction of these two spheres, known as urbanism, offers an insightful lens through which…  Read More

Ray H. French: The Evolution of an Artistic Innovator

  Printmaker, painter, and sculptor Ray H. French was born in Terre Haute, Indiana on May 16, 1919. Terre Haute was a cultural wasteland before the opening of the Sheldon Swope Art Museum in 1942. Thus, with a father as a coal miner and carpenter, art remained a luxury for Ray. Nevertheless, local…  Read More

Adrienne French Photography

"Hopefully everyone who views my work will find some type of connection. Whether it be though my use of colors and texture or in finding something inside a piece that is as uniquely individual as the photograph itself. I strive to find the beauty in our everyday life by pushing myself out of a…  Read More

Georges Rouault

Georges Rouault (1871-1958) was a painter, draughtsman and printmaker best known for his emotive expressionist style. Inspired by the stained glass in gothic cathedrals, his imagery is immeditately loved and recognized. This special offering has been accumulated over several years and allows collectors…  Read More

Don Joint

Born in Pennsylvania in 1956 and educated at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Don Joint has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1992. His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art in America, The Observer, Art News, and The Paris Review. Joint's works are in the collections…  Read More

Juxtapose: Classical and Contemporary Art

The intersection between classical and contemporary collections. When viewing a work of art one natively experiences a reaction. The emotion and resonance of a particular piece is what typically drives a collector to acquire. When approaching collecting you can find concurrent themes through most collections,…  Read More