Ohio All Media Juried Exhibition opens at Ashland University’s Coburn Gallery

The Ohio All Media Juried Exhibition, featuring paintings, mixed media art, prints, photographs, ceramics, sculpture and assemblage art, opened Sunday in the Coburn Gallery at Ashland University. This exhibition was created as a showcase for Ohio artists working in any media, traditional or experimental.

The 10th annual exhibition includes 47 artworks from 38 local and regional Ohio artists. The juror for the 2011 competition was John W. Carlson, a prolific artist living and working in Bay Village, Ohio. This year, 55 artists entered the competition, with a total of 162 works considered for inclusion in the show.

Local artists include: Ashland County – Amanda Kiplinger, Thomas Hart, Joshua Risner and Jennifer Winkler; from Richland County – Rebecca Kaler, Jane Johnson, Charles Caldemeyer, Dean Smith, Betsy Oberhausen, Irene Maginniss, Austin Javurek, Johny Luv and Ken Arthur; and Keith Wilde from Knox County and Justin Playl from Wooster.

The Coburn Gallery will host an opening reception on Sunday, June 26, from 2 to 4 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public. Awards will be announced at 3 p.m. For more about the 2011 Ohio All Media Juried Art exhibition at Coburn Gallery and the opening reception, visit http://www.ashland.edu/coburngallery or find us on Facebook.

The Coburn Gallery is open from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 12 noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday/Sunday.


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