* HEDGE Gallery

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Owned and operated by Hilary Gent, HEDGE Gallery is focused on providing space for contemporary emerging and professional artists to exhibit their work in one of the most engaging art complexes in NorthEast Ohio: 78th Street Studios. The gallery is over 3,000 sq. ft. and is available for special events, including weddings, corporate meetings and benefits. Her lively openings, which often feature live musicians or DJs, are special events in themselves.

Hours:

Tue – Fri 11AM – 5PM

Every Third Friday 11AM – 9PM

and by appointment

216.650.4201

http://hedgeartgallery.com/

https://www.facebook.com/HEDGEGallery

 

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Light Up Your Holiday Season

This Holiday Season we hope you’ll visit HEDGE Gallery and soak up the light!
We brought back artist Ken Love’s Steampunk Light Collection, which are available now through December 23rd…or until we sell out!
We will be open this weekend for Cleveland Bazaar, Ohio’s longest running indie arts and craft show, going on Saturday December 10, 10am-9pm and Sunday December 11, 10am-6pm.
Shop Local and stop by for other one of kind gift items!

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS:

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Biomorphic Garden Party by Arabella Proffer 11.18 thru 12.23.16

HEDGE Gallery presents “Biomorphic Garden Party” a recent body of work by Cleveland artist Arabella Proffer. Proffer received an Ohio Arts Council Grant through The Artists with Disabilities Access Program (ADAP), and has created a series bringing together her interests in botany, microbiology, mutation, disease, and the evolution of cells. Within these interests, she explores the particular roles that organisms, medicine, DNA, and hybrids play, all while creating from imagination and instinct.

Proffer’s surreal organic environments start from a place of abstraction and evolve into environments filled with strange hybrids of flowers, cells, and symbols that often allude to organisms from another planet.

In 2010 the artist was diagnosed with a disease which was crawling through her body at an alarming rate. Ironically when her oncologist showed the scan of the tumor, and close-ups of the cells under a microscope, they looked almost identical to Proffer’s most recent paintings, tentacles and all!

This fascination with the macro universe and micro universe has continued through Arabella Proffer’s work, and is most evident in her recent work, which will be on view November 18-December 23, 2016.

This exhibition is made possible by the support of the Ohio Arts Council.

 

illustration: Invasion by Arabella Proffer

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITION:

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Healing Through Art  12.16.16 thru 01.27.17

HEDGE Gallery opens a new exhibition in collaboration with students from Ursuline College’s Counseling and Art Therapy Graduate Program.
The paintings, drawings and sculptures in this show focus on the healing aspects of creative expression, using art as a therapeutic outlet.
Cleveland based artists Marcia Custer and Meghann Snow Hennen will also be involved in the exhibit, through their interactive performance pieces which will take place during the opening reception on Friday, December 16 5:00-9:00pm.
The students’ hope is that during the demands of the holiday season, this show will offer visitors solace, and an opportunity to sense healing and stay centered.
“Healing Through Art” will be on view December 16 through January 27, 2016.
Gallery Hours: TuesdayFriday 11:00am-5:00pm, Third Friday 11:00am-9:00pm, and weekends by appointment

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