SPRING GALLERY HOP (ARTWALK)
STILL POINT GALLERY
APRIL 17, 18,19
Please join us for Little Italy's Spring Gallery Hop this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 17, 18, 19. Discover a wide array of original and collectible works of art at Still Point Gallery and enjoy the incredible restaurants and weekend festivities that surround us.
Earlier this year we moved into the gallery next door (Rm 108), doubling our space and adding new photography, hand-made paper prints, jewelry, ceramics, glass, wood sculpture and more.
Represented along with Deborah Woolfork's new pieces are Spring creations from perennial gallery favorite, Lauren Ramirez as well as new work from many other artists.
"Bobolink", Squire Valleevue Farm (11"x16.5") Ltd. Ed of 20 C.G. Baker, 2013
Deborah Woolfork arrived in Cleveland twenty-four years ago from her home in Northern England and was quickly absorbed into Northeast Ohio's arts community. Her work, along with her teaching role at Bead Paradise in Oberlin, have made her one of the region's most sought after artists.
Deborah's jewelry is hand forged, fused, and frequently wrapped with brushed sterling silver. The patina gives the finished work an antique quality that contrasts and complements her fine faceted gems. Antique silver and Byzantine bronze coins pair with ancient pearls, glass and river stones, to create compelling pieces.
Still Point Gallery is delighted to feature Deborah's unique and enduring work in this month's Spring art walk. She will be at the gallery Saturday, April 18, from 1:00 until 6:00 p.m to discuss her work, answer questions and help you find the perfect piece.
Bracelet, Mixed Metals (Sterling, Bronze) and Gems, Deborah Woolfork
December was a great month for sixteen year old Liam O'Toole, who not only won Still Point Gallery's holiday drawing but also participated on University School's winning Academic Challenge team that will compete in the national tournament in Chicago next month. He and his brother, Keenan, are two of Still Point's most admired young men and we are delighted Liam had the winning ticket. His choice was a 13"x19" limited edition (2 of 20), archival pigment ink print entitled, "Untitled".
Taken at sunrise on September 9th, 2009, it captures the ascent of ten Canada geese flying in formation and two trailing geese low on the horizon. The view faces the rising sun to the east still slightly below the horizon. The flock, probably part of the early migration, is heading directly south.
Congratulations to Liam and best of luck in the National tournament!