For Immediate Release                                                        Contact: Kim Nagorski

July 23, 2019                                                                                             (614) 486-4402

 

Shared Vision: Passions of the Human Spirit
and Charlotte McGraw: Welcome to Charlottesville

at the Ohio Craft Museum

August 18–October 6, 2019

 

(Columbus, Ohio)—Eight Ohio studios serving artists with developmental differences will be showcased in the Ohio Craft Museum’s exhibition, “Shared Vision: Passions of the Human Spirit.” On view August 18–October 6, the show will feature work created by artists from Passion Works Studio, Athens; Goodwill Art Studio, Open Door Art Studio, Sunapple Studio, Columbus; Planet Joy Studio, Medina; Soaring Arts, Napoleon; Visionaries and Voices, and Thunder-Sky Inc., Cincinnati. 

“We are so happy to host these studios, and share the passion and enthusiasm that emanate from the artists’ creations,” said Betty Talbott, Ohio Craft Museum director. “Visitors will delight in the joy that these makers bring to their art.”

“Welcome to Charlottesville,” a focus exhibition of multimedia works by Columbus artist Charlotte McGraw, will be shown alongside “Shared Vision.” A Goodwill artist, McGraw is the creator and mayor of Charlottesville, an imaginary town illustrated by a series of collages and paintings of a variety of characters.

Both exhibitions open at the Ohio Craft Museum with a reception on Sunday, August 18, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Representatives from participating studios and artist Charlotte McGraw will talk beginning at 2:00 pm. For educational programs and other events during the show, see www.ohiocraft.org.

The Ohio Craft Museum receives ongoing funding from the Ohio Arts Council, the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Columbus Foundation. The museum is located at 1665 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43212. Hours are Monday–Friday, 10 A.M.–5 P.M.; and Saturday–Sunday, 1–4 P.M. Admission and parking are free. Donations are appreciated. For further information, telephone (614) 486-4402; or see our website at www.ohiocraft.org.