BRUCE CONNER: FOREVER AND EVER presents a selection of films and works on paper by the experimental and breakthrough artist Bruce Conner (1933-2008). The exhibition was organized after a recent gift of twenty-one lithographs was presented to the Speed Art Museum by the Conner Family Trust. In conjunction with the exhibition of lithographs,  two recent […]

Paige Williams

Editor’s Note:  Aeqai is pleased to republish Megan Bickel’s interview with Paige Williams.  The inverview was originally published on Five-Dots. Paige Williams has exhibited in Germany, the Ukraine, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York and has been selected as an Artist in Residence at the Millay Colony for the Arts in New York, The University of […]

Poem – Spiritual Home

by Daniel Brown Our family’s car drove by A small white sign Bordered in black Placed by the side of the road Covered with masses of wildflowers Vermont, it said Green mountains dusted the horizon At fourteen, my soul lept Towards the home I’d just found.

Walk on Woodburn

Walk on Woodburn is coming up this weekend!! Stop by and visit East Walnut Hills (Parking is available on surrounding streets) and all the wonderful galleries! PAC Gallery will be showing new works by Tony Dotson, Manifest gallery will be showing NUDE 4 An Exhibit of Works Exploring the Uncovered Human Form and we will […]

Review for Nicholas Pfarr Exhibit, William Schickel Gallery

Most galleries I visit are very professional. By this I mean that great attention has been paid to everything from the lighting and framing and placement to the carpet and the color of the walls. The art viewed in these places has been created to compete in a world in which the quality of the […]

Douglas Miller at The Green Gallery

A glance at Miller’s “bewilderinger” exhibition invite reveals an unfinished work (in this case the head of a bird of prey) of apparent traditional draftsmanship. Thinking generally, it made me recall the non finito of Renaissance artists, or the framing of Classical fragments by Romantics. Yet, to be a non finito implies an unfinished wholeness […]


Join us on Sunday, August 5 between 10 am and 1 pm to meet the artists, purchase your hardcover copy ($45) and get your copies signed. Enjoy refreshments as you view paintings by all seven featured artists. We’re honored to announce that seven of our artists are prominently featured in the recently published book, 100 […]

Colored Pencil Society of America

The Colored Pencil Society’s 20th Anniversary International Exhibition is an extensive show filling the main gallery and 4 galleries on the second floor of the Carnegie Art Center. This organization, founded by Vera Curnow of Rising Sun, Indiana, seeks to lend stature to the medium of color pencil as a fine art material and facilitate […]

Something Different: Brandon Baumann at The Cincinnati Art Museum, Friday, June 22

Looking for something new, something engaging, something different to energize your Friday? Need a break at the end of the week? Join us at the Cincinnati Art Museum for a Something Different. Enjoy a variety of live performances from musicians, poets, storytellers, dancers and more. No two Fridays will be the same, so plan for […]

Self 2012: Artists Wanted

Self 2012 : Standard Entry Deadline is Thursday May 31, 2012 11:59pm EST Within each work you create is a story of who you are as an artist.  You’re invited to join the 3rd annual Self 2012 creative competition, a juried, international open call for creative works with the goal of launching the story of one […]