Work of Nine Major Cleveland Artists Goes on View in “Foundations” at Convention Center

Work by Randall Tiedman

Thu 11/7 @ 5:30-8PM

In the last year, the Cleveland Convention Center downtown has been livening up its expanse of wall space with work by northeast Ohio artists, showcasing some of the area’s visual arts talent for our-of-town visitors.

For its third show, the convention center has partnered with the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve to present Foundations, featuring the work of David E. Davis, who founded AAWR in 1996, and its first eight supporting artists: Shirley Aley Campbell, William Martin Jean, David Haberman, Robert Jergens, Randall Tiedman (whose last painting before his 2012 death is pictured), Phyllis Seltzer, Phyllis Sloane and Patricia Zinsmeister Parker. More than 30 painting, sculptures and mixed-media pieces by these important local artists will be on display.

The show opens with a reception on Thu 11/7. It will feature remarks, hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer and a champagne toast. It’s free and open to the public. The exhibit will be open to the public Monday through Friday @ 8am-5pm, through 2/7/20.


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