April Venues 2014

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Mastroianni Photography and Arts 2687 W. 14th
Photo Studio Grand Re-opening Showcase
Work by Lindsey Beckwith and Steven Mastroianni

Agape 807 Literary Rd. / 216-574-8977  local pianist Jeff Kinder

Bac Asian American Bistro and Bar 2661 West 14th Street / 216-938-8960                     David M. Uschold  Photographic Prints on Canvas

Banyan Tree 2242 Professor Ave. / 216-241-1209 Susan Scaparotti with Red-I Jewelry

Brandt Gallery 1028 Kenilworth / (216) 621-1610 Gallery Hours: Saturday Noon – 6 p.m.
The Long Ease: Post- Cancer Works by Phoebe Marie Nelson
mic poetry every second Saturday with Russell Vidrick at 3 p.m.

Gallery of Dick Russell 2415 Tremont / 216-631-3232 Thursday noon – 6 p.m., Fri & Sat, noon until 8 pm; Sun noon until 4 pm Fine Arts and Antiques, Auction and Retail

doubting Thomas Gallery 856 Jefferson Ave. / 330-958-4911 Fri. – Sat. 6 – 10 pm or by appointment
Mindscapes by Valdivieso

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

Evie Lou 2509 Professor Ave. Mon – Weds. 11 am – 7 pm, Thurs – Sat 11 am – 8 pm, Sun. Noon – 4 pm Emphasis on the right clothing for your shape, no matter what shape that may be.

Fahrenheit 2417 Professor Ave.

Grumpy’s 2621 West 14th Street / 216-241-5025 Mon 7 am – 3 pm, Tue – Thurs 7 am – 9 pm, Fri 7 am – 10 pm, Sat 8 am –10 pm, Sun 8 am – 3 pm Work by Eddie Settles, Theresa Kyriakidis, and Joshua York

Kollective Gallery 2676 West 14th Tattoos and art

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

Lilly Handmade Chocolates 761 Starkweather Avenue / 216-771-3333 Hours: Tues-Sat. 12 pm-8 pm Sun 11 am-3 pm, closed MonCome enjoy edible art! Beautiful handmade chocolate confections.

LOOP 2180 West 11th / 216-298-5096

Lucky’s Cafe 777 Starkweather / 216-622-7773 Open 7 days a week, weekend brunch

Mastroianni Photography and Arts 2687 W. 14th
Photo Studio Grand Re-opening Showcase
Work by Lindsey Beckwith and Steven Mastroianni

The Paul Duda Gallery 2342 Professor Ave. / 216-589-5788

The Polish Veteran’s Alliance, Inc Gen. T. Kosciusko Post #1 2234 Professor Ave / 216-515-7200

Prosperity Social Club 1109 Starkweather / 216-937-1938 Martini 5-0 at 8 p.m.

Robert Hartshorn Studio 2342 Professor Ave. / 216-403-2734
Against the Dying of the Light: Lightscapes
Lila Rose Kole

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

The Treehouse 820 College / 216-696-2505
Work by Billy Delfs

Tremont Emporium  2173 Professor /  216-696-0500

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

Visible Voice Books 1023 Kenilworth / 216-961-0084 Mon. Closed, Tues. – Thurs. 12 pm – 8 pm, Fri & Sat. Noon – 9 pm, Sun. Noon – 6 pm

Wine & Design 751 Starkweather Ave / 216-781-8000  Tuesday thru Friday Noon–7pm
Saturday 11am–6pm, Sunday 11am–3pm Offering Interior Design, Home Décor, Gifts & Wine! Monthly ArtWalk wine tasting with any purchase.  

 

March Venues 2014

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On display at Robert Hartshorn Studio, 2342 Professor Avenue

Against the Dying of the Light: Lightscapes work by Lila Rose Kole

“Against the Dying of the Light” selects from my current explorations into the quality of light; light as insight, as impression, as raw experience. I question what happens between extreme shifts in light—the vacillations important in every visual conflict. Fleeting, illuminated moments steer my work; they motivate me to capture and recapitulate a sense of place in light.

I collect illuminations like treasures; various in nature like the sky at dusk. The work in this exhibit is my earliest attempt to inhabit the play of atmospheric light and spatial orientation. I investigate, abstractly, the challenge of color interplay, the (dis)tension of value and luminosity, and the discovery of context.

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