OH+5 Ohio Border Exhibition 2013 :: Exhibits

EXHIBITION

Felted Flowers Workshop with "art we use" award winner, Chris Lang

July 21 - August 16, 2014

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Art We Use Exhibition

June 20 - September 1, 2014

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Quilt (R)evolution

September 20-21, 23-30, October 1-7, 8-14, 15-21, 22-28, 29-, 2014

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OH+5 Ohio Border Exhibition 2013

November 5-9, 12-19, 20-, 2013

The ninth in a series of competitions, OH+5 ’13 is a regional, all media, juried exhibition of contemporary artwork.  This exhibition serves to promote artists residing in Ohio and the five states that border Ohio: Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. OH+5 ’13 will feature NEW work that provides the viewer with an appreciation of the variety of media, techniques and innovative trends in contemporary art.

The OH+5 opening is Friday, October 4, 2013 and the exhibit will run from October 5-November 26, 2013.

The admission is $6.00 General Admission, $4.00 for Seniors and Students and Free for children under 12. 

Below is the list of artists representing OH and its 5 bordering states.  Jurors, Peters, Ristinen, and Stadler selected 90 works of art by 75 artists from 399 total submitted pieces.

From Ohio:

Janet Ballweg, Kenner Bush, Mary Chamberlain, Sandra Palmer Ciolino, Kim Covell Maurer, Benjy Davies, Staton Davis, Marsha Dingeldein, Isabel Farnsworth, April Felipe, Terry Fortkamp, Mateo Galvano, Kathy Guest, Kari Gunter-Seymour, Lawrence Hamel-Lambert, Connie Hanselman, Nicholas Hill, Babz jewell, Jeff Kallet, Amy Kollar Anderson, Ron Kroutel, Todd Kunkler, Lynn Last, Janice Lessman-Moss, Adam Lindner, Becky Linhardt, Gregg Luginbuhl, Joseph Martin, Christine Mauersberger, CK Nichelson, Marcia Nighswander, Jeff Pasek, Anita Penn, Gary Pettigrew, Joel Prince, Diane Ramos, David Reiser, Pandy Reiser, Elizabeth Runyon, Dennis Savage, Ellen Sheffield, Marchelle Simms, Jessica Summers

From Indiana:

Paige Mostowy, Kathryn Armstrong, Benjamin Johnson, Sara Nordling, Stefan Petranek, Susan Tennant, Christine Wuenschel, Sigrid Zahner

From Kentucky:

 Darryl Halbrooks, Elsie Harris, Noelle Horsfield, Jennifer Reis

From Michigan:

 Elizabeth Brandt, Andrea Eckert, Anne Flora, Marilyn Prucka, and Blair Rieckmann

From Pennsylvania:

Anna Chupa, Karen Hardy, Passle Helminski, Chuck Johnson, Christine Medley, John Meza, Tammy Schweinhagen, Richard A. Stoner, Ian Thomas, and Scott Turri

From West Virgina:

Miyuki Akai Cook, Shelia Caim, Betsy Cox, Jennifer Yerdon LeJeune