Walk-through of Carnegie Gallery, 2017 OAL Fall Juried Exhibition
by Daric Gill
Nearly 30 Ohio artists were included in this year’s Ohio Art League Fall Juried Exhibition which runs from Oct. 12, 2017 – Nov. 17, 2017. My work, Absolute: Rest was selected for this year’s exhibit held at the Carnegie Gallery, a brand new exhibition space in the newly remodeled Columbus Metropolitan Library. Exhibit is free and open to all.
Christine D’Epiro Abbott, Fatima Azimova, Elham Bayati, Alice Carpenter, Rachel (McFarlane) David, Adrianne George, Lisa DiGiacomo, Daric Gill, Morris Jackson, Tamara Jaeger, Todd Jones, Lynda McClanahan, Robert Metzger, Caroline Rowntree, Judy Rush, Amy Schuessler & Duncan J Snyder, Judith Steele, Peter Michael Stevens, David Stichweh, Chris Taylor, JT Thompson, Lisa Vottero, Brian Williams.
“Absolute: Rest” Painting Selected for OAL, Carnegie Gallery
by Daric Gill
It’s my pleasure to announce that Absolute: Rest has been selected for the Ohio Art League Fall Juried Exhibition. This year it will be held at the Carnegie Gallery, a brand new exhibition space in the newly remodeled Columbus Metropolitan Library. Exhibit is free, open to all, and feature the best work of both emerging and established artists.
October 12, 2017 – November 17, 2017
Absolute: Rest is an oil painting on reclaimed Honduran Mahogany. A black handmade envelope is painted above a translucent geometric ‘X’. On top of the envelope is a leaf from the ZZ plant. Its green flesh is held down by a smooth stone. Each of these elements are symbols taken from the short story, Bricks to Stones. You can watch how it was made below and read the full story talking about this piece here.
“Absolute” Oil Paintings In Skylit Atrium Of Art Hotel
by Daric Gill
Situated at the intersection of the Arena District and Short North Arts District, The Hilton Columbus Downtown is truly an art hotel. The building has been specifically designed around an immersive art experience with over 150 pieces of Ohio-based fine art in its public spaces and rooms. I’m once again privileged to hang the work in the large atrium space visible from High Street at the beginning of the Short North District. Read on for more information.
One of the more challenging steps for the professional artist’s career is securing a gallery–if that is your route. This delicate process can be competitive for emerging artists as well as established ones. In this article, I’ll share some commonly suggested practices in addition to some of the pitfalls that one should avoid.
This is the companion article to, “Choosing The Right Gallery: An Explanation of Gallery Types”. I encourage you to first read that article before you dive head first into approaching a gallery. Take the time to acquaint yourself with some points of interest (both good and bad) regarding the major gallery types. Also included is an infographic that visually explains the relationship between the artist and gallery types. Read onward for more information.