Exhibition Schedule

 

2017 Exhibition Schedule 

Feb 14 Pamela Argentieri and Grace Stokes unveil NEW Jewelry Collections (ongoing)

Feb 25 12TH ANNUAL CERAMICS INVITATIONAL opening 

Apr 29 inSPiRING: New works by LAUREL HECHT and CHERRY RAPPOLI   

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FRIDAY, June 23, 2017, 5 PM - 9 PM:

 Earth & Ash: Wood-Fired Pottery by Fox Nicely and His Esteemed Peers AND New Paintings by Kelley Booze

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Aug 5 Guerin Wolf

Sep 23 Kathy Mead Skerritt

Nov 11 JEWELRY INVITATIONAL

Nov 25 HOLIDAY SNEAK PREVIEW

 Dec 9 HOLIDAY MARKET OPEN HOUSE  

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Opening October 20, 2012: New work by Hilary Aurand & Mark Yasenchack 

Paintings by Hilary Aurand and Mosaics by Mark Yasenchack

This is the debut of Aurand's urban landscape paintings at River Gallery.  These bold, sometimes surreal , sometimes gritty, landscapes capture our city's industrial beauty and the desolate nature of its forgotten urban wastelands.  Aurand's details are innately familiar; from the industrial cast-offs and machinery to the quality of light that feels like our bright northern Ohio summers or the long shadowed midwestern winters.  She renders these details with intimate brushstrokes and sophisticated composition that reveal a grace to the many landscapes of our city.

While Mark Yasenchack has exhibited his ceramic work at River Gallery before this is his first time exhibiting large format mosaics.  This work features found stone, glass and metal fragments and bits that end up as mosaic tesserae.  These are combined with tiles made with his textured clay technique.  The often gothic imagery in his work hints at ancient necropoli, tribal ritual sites, and obscured religious iconography found in ruined architecture.