Peripheral Vision: A View From Ohio Printmaking Cooperatives
Reception: Friday | September 21 | 5 to 8pm
OSU Urban Arts Space | 50 W. Town St. Suite 130 | Columbus, Ohio 43215
Parking: Metered on-street parking available, meters accept credit cards.

A reflection on perspective, Peripheral Vision features works by artists associated with each of the four independent Ohio printmaking cooperatives: Dayton Printmakers Co-op, Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative (Columbus), Tiger Lily Press (Cincinnati), and Zygote Press (Cleveland).

This diverse body of work is linked by a common visual theme, conjoining each piece from end to end. From this visual continuity comes a sense of community, with a single, composite horizon connecting pieces originated from different corners of Ohio.

Tiger Lily Press
Artists: Artwork:
Rick Finn “Mourning Glory”
Sheila Fleischer “The Desert”
Ingrid Altavilla “Nature Scape”
Saad Ghosn “A Robot’s Dream #2”
Susan Naylor “Birdman”
Rachel Heberling “Zero-Sum”
April Foster “Root forme”
Mary Woodworth “The Kiss”
Ken Swinson “Cincinnati”
Joe Bohache “Union Terminal”
Joan Effertz “Horizon”
Jay Harriman “Clough”
Louann Elliott “The Tree”
Sherry Sicking “3 Sisters”
Theresa Gates Kuhr “Reclining Figure”
Jack Arthur Wood “Moloch”

Exhibition Dates: Thursday, August 23, 2012 – Saturday, October 27, 2012
Urban Arts Space Exhibtion page: Peripheral Vision: A View From Ohio Printmaking Cooperatives

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