Sat 4/21 @ 10AM-noon
You may not be aware of it, but you’ve probably seen the work of Tremont-based artist Jeff Chipis around town. He creates unique sculptures and even furniture out of old, recycled neon/argon signs. He’s been part of events such as Ingenuity and Rooms to Let CLE, his work has been installed at Youngstown’s Butler Museum and the White Box Gallery in New York, and he’s created signs for area businesses such as Pat’s in the Flats, one of his favorite hangouts. Read more about Chiplis here.
Recently he completed a sign for the Johnson Court entrance of warehouse district apartments Worthington Yards, which houses the Yards Project to showcase local art.
Chiplis will be part of Yards Project’s next artist event. Meet the group at the Yards Project for coffee and breakfast snacks, then walk across the street to the Harris Stanton Gallery to hear about their gallery and artists. It’s free and open to all.