Studio 11 -  2337 West 11th Street / 216-472-3611
Yoga and Pilates Studio
Work by James Brundage II

Tap your foot to the beat of a song. Hum a catchy tune you heard earlier in the day. It is inarguable that music has a place throughout our daily lives. Whether we are listening

to it, playing it, or just cannot get it out of our heads, music has an integrated role in society. However, when you think about music, what do you visualize? From a psychological standpoint, music triggers memory through pairings in the past where we heard a song or sound while a specific event was occurring. When the same or similar song/sound is heard today, our brain references the past event connected to it. Some individuals experience a flashback to earlier events in their life. For others, they see colors, shapes, patterns, or unexplainable abstract figures. Visual music interpretation is up to the individual’s imagination as well as the social and cultural influences impacting the imagination.

While studying art, I also am a Jazz musician, which is where I draw all of the inspiration for my work. I often look back to the cubist and impressionist movements, inspired by early cubist Picasso, Klee, Braque and Juan Gris. It’s the best of both worlds: I can work as a visual artist and continue as a musician at the same time.

My current body of work features music broken down into simple forms and color movements. The physical objects, instruments and symbols we see in instrumental music are abstracted slightly, allowing the viewer to still hang on to some images or reference points. I also aim to create similar points in the prints and sketches while keeping the process in mind to draw connections to the music itself, whether it is repetition of form, verses through print sets and so on.

Aperture. A Photography and Variety Store
2541 Scranton Rd. / 216-574-8977
Monday – Wed 11am to 6pm, Thurs 11am – 6:30pm
Friday 11am – 6pm, Saturday 11am – 5pm
Work by Tim Logan

2661 West 14th Street / 216-938-8960
Work by Claire Sullivan
The Alphabet of Cleveland and In Flight, digital photography on
canvas by Christina Sadowski
Asian American Bistro and Bar

Banyan Tree
2242 Professor Ave. – 216-241-1209
Mon- Wed 11am-7pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-9pm,
Sun 11-4pm

Bistro on Lincoln Park 
2391 West 11th Street/216-862-2969

Brandt Gallery   1028 Kenilworth, (216)621-1610
In and Out of Shadow new work by Terri Tufts
Russell Vidrick open mic poetry Saturday @ 3pm

Cleveland Auction Co.
2418 Professor / 216-631-3232
Thurs. – Sat noon until 8pm, otherwise by chance or appointment
Vintage jewelry Extravaganza Sale 10% off
Fine Arts and Antiques Auction and Retail

Deering Vintage
2678 West 14th Street / 216-274-1211
Tues-Sat 12 – 8 and Sun 12-5 and by appt

doubting Thomas Gallery
856 Jefferson Ave. / 330-958-4911
Fri. – Sat. 6 – 10 pm or by appointment
Torn Curtain and Knocking Doors work by Jacci Hammer

Edison’s Pub
2373 Professor Ave. / 216-522-0006
M – Sun. 4pm to 2am
Live music Saturday night

Evie Lou
2153 West 11th Street
Mon – Weds. 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.,
Thurs – Sat 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sun. Noon – 4 p.m.
Emphasis on the right clothing for your shape, no matter what shape that
may be.

Eye Candy Gallery
2173 Professor Ave., #1 / 216-241-2740
Friday 1-7 pm,  Saturday 12:30 – 6:00 pm
90+ artists, one of a kind pieces
Dennis Balogh – original oil & charcoal pencil paintings of famous musicians.

2417 Professor Ave.
Bootleg Guitars by Jon Hill

The Flying Monkey Pub
819 Jefferson Ave. / 216-861-mnky,
M – Sat. 4pm – 2am

2621 West 14th Street / 216-241-5025
Mon 7-3, Tue by -Thurs 7 am –9 pm, Fri 7 am-10,
Sat 8 am –10 pm, Sun 8-3
Work by Monroe Copper, Dan Singerman and Kate Snow

Lava Lounge
1307 Auburn Ave. / 216-589-9112
M – Sat. 5pm to 2:30am, Sun. 7pm – 2am

Lilly Handmade Chocolates
761 Starkweather Avenue / 216.771.3333
Hours: Tues-Thurs 12pm-8pm Fri-Sat 12pm-10pm
Enjoy edible art! Beautiful handmade chocolate confections.
Delicious, sweet treats to warm you from the inside out!

2180 West 11th/216-298-5096
Mon – Thurs 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., Fri 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Lucky’s Cafe
777 Starweather / 216-622-7773, open 7 days a week
Open 7 days a week, weekend brunch
Work by Rebecca Star Haviland

Mastroianni Photography and Arts
2688 W. 14th
The Deliberate Portrait, A Retrospective by Steven Mastroianni

The Paul Duda Gallery 
2342 Professor Ave. – 216-589-5788
Robert Hartshorn Studio 
2342 Professor Ave. – 216-403-2734

Powter Puff Boutique-
2671 West 14th St. / 216-274-1220
M-Th 12 to 7p, Fri & Sat 12 to 8p
Closed Sunday

Prosperity Social Club
1109 Starkweather / 216-937-1938
Martini Five-O at 10pm

Razor’s Edge
2685 West 14th Street
Tues – Fri, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Southside 
2207 W. 11th St. / 216-937-2288
M – Sun. 11:30am – 2:30 am Lunch, Dinner & Drinks

Studio 11 -  2337 West 11th Street / 216-472-3611
Yoga and Pilates Studio
Work by James Brundage II

The Treehouse
820 College / 216-696-2505
Work by Derek Skorupski

Tremont Digs
919 Fruit Ave.
Hours by appointment only.

Ukranian Museum-Archives
1202 Kenilworth / 216-781-4329
Tues – Sat 8am – 4 pm or by appt. & ArtWalks

Visible Voice Books 
1023 Kenilworth / 216-961-0084
Mon. Closed, Tues. – Thurs. 12 p.m. – 8pm,
Fri & Sat. Noon – 9 pm, Sun. Noon – 6pm
Art House group show and fundraiser
Courtyard Music Series : Fri & Sat 8-10 : May-Oct

Wine & Design 
751 Starkweather Ave / 216-781-8000
Offering Interior Design, Home Décor,
Gifts & Wine!  We will be having a Tuscan
Wine Tasting by Tuscany Distributors of OH