The Schumacher Gallery is one of Columbus’ most hidden gems. Their massive donor-based collection is tucked comfortably away on the 4th floor of Capital University’s Blackmore Library. Among contemporary names like Warhol, Chagall, Nevelson, Picasso, and Calder, the public can also see a wide array of African, Inuit, Asian, and European greats. I’m proud to be part of “Elements”, a grouping of Ohio-based artists whom (as the show title points out) thematically spark from natural elements in some fashion.
Columbus Dispatch Features My Art & Schumacher Gallery Exhibition
by Daric Gill
I’m pleased to share that “Elements”, a group show at the Schumacher gallery, was reviewed in today’s Columbus Dispatch newspaper. My work was featured both in the physical paper and the online version. It was also a nice surprise to see my work sharing a spread with my long-time friend & former boss, the late Denny Griffith. A giant thank you to Nancy Gilson who wrote the article.
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It’s my great pleasure to announce that six of my Absolute paintings will be on display at the Schumacher Gallery as part of their Elements Exhibition. National circulation has recently kept my Absolute paintings from my home state of Ohio. It will be nice to show them to a home crowd again. This exhibition features a pool of talented artists and can be seen among a private collection that contains a wonderfully large number of international heavy-hitters in the art world.
January 18 – March 23
Meet-the-Artists Opening Reception:
Friday, January 22, 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.
This morning I was pleasantly awakened by a text from my good friend and fellow artist, Craig Carlisle. He was congratulating me on the well-written review of the work on exhibition at the Schumacher Gallery. A giant thank you to Melissa Starker who wrote this positive review!
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