A Columbus artist is displaying her nature-inspired sculptures at The Zanesville Museum of Art. The special exhibition called Seeking Harmony with Nature displays both small and large clay sculptures of animals and plants.
"A lot of the inspiration comes from my concern about endangered species and about loss of habitat. And just trying to make some statements regarding those things. And how special and precious animals are," said sculpture artist, Denise Romecki.
People had a chance to see an artist at work Saturday afternoon...
Professor dawson kellogg of the columbus college of art and design demonstrated glass blowing at the zanesville museum of art. Kellogg says he enjoys teaching others about the process of creating his artwork.
"Today I brought some of my students with me. I'm going to have them making little, kind of, traditional emphoric forms, that are similar to the ones that are upstairs," said Kellogg
The Zanesville Museum of Art held its annual K-12 Student Exhibition on Saturday. Museum Director Susan Talbot-Stanaway said it gives art teachers the opportunity to recognize the talents of their students.
"They pick the things that are most representative of the different students in the class, and I think they also try to pick something that's colorful, that would show up in the room, because they know the kids are really...
A rare pottery collection is on display at the Zanesville Museum of Art.
The Grindley Artware Manufacturing Company was born in 1932 in the basement of the Grindley family home in Sebring, Ohio. Arthur King Grindley, who started the company, was born with clay in his blood, as his father worked at a major pottery center in England. Museum Director Susan Talbot-Stanaway said Grindley made figural pottery for 20 years.
The Zanesville Museum of Art is featuring the work of a Zanesville native.
Karl Kappes taught three generations of Ohio artists and served as Head of the Art Department at Zanesville's Weller Pottery. Museum Director Susan Talbot-Stanaway said Kappes was a realist, and his paintings depicted Ohio landscapes and portraits of Ohioans.
"We have everything from drawings with graphite that are done in the dark Munich style with a dark background, focusing the light on the...
The Zanesville Museum of Art is opening an exhibition that focuses on an iconic era in American history.
"Images of the Great Depression" features photographs made by the Farm Security Administration, Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Projects Administration artists during the 1930s. Director Susan Talbot-Stanaway said photography influenced how people felt about themselves, their communities and their hopes for the future.
Amazing works of art from some world renowned artists set the stage for a new exhibit at the Zanesville Museum of Art.
63 works of art make up "Works on Paper from the Permanent Collection." All these pieces were purchased or donated to the museum over the years. Two are original Rembrant prints. These pieces represent a large restoration project taking place at the museum.
"Over the past three years we've been aggressively getting things buried in the collection...
Contemporary Ohio quilts were on display this weekend at the Zanesville Museum of Art.
Sue Cavanaugh was among several artists showcasing their work. Cavanaugh has been stitching since she was a little girl and said she loves being able to create unique designs using various fabrics and dyes.
"While it does relate to traditional quilting in that there are three layers of fabric I use the quilting stitch to help keep texture in my pieces," she said.