More Than Three Dozen Artists Share Their Take on Cleveland at BAYarts

Image by Scott Kraynak

Fri 12/6 @ 7-9PM

Last year, local artist Scott Kraynak put out an anthology called The heART of Cleveland. Dozens of artists, illustrators, photographers, poets, and writers contributed to the 154-page book, which made its debut with a show at 78th Street Studios’ Survival Kit Gallery.

If you missed it, never fear: Kraynak has put together a show at BAYarts, roughly based on the book. It features much of the art and many of the artists who were in the book, but added some whom he didn’t get to include the first time around. This celebration of the city and its creative people will include more than three dozen painters, printmakers, photographers, sculptors and other artists, among them such noted names as Dana Oldfather, Douglas Max Utter, Frank Oriti, Gary and Laura Dumm, George Kocar, John W. Carlson, Judy Takács, Liz Maugans, Mark Yasenchak, Rob Banks, Steve Cagan and, as they always say “many, many more.”

Free public reception is Fri 12/6 @ 7-9pm. The show will remain on view through Sun 12/22.

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