Jack St. John (Cleveland), Ph (detail), 2018, acrylic, pastel, ink on paper, 34 x 42 in., courtesy of the artist

And Then Unfold

September 6-October 26, 2019

Lyrical, calligraphic abstractions on paper by emerging artists Jack St. John, Cleveland; Diana Behl, Brookings, SD; and Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Dallas, TX. 

Free & open to all

Education & Public Program Sponsor: Dr. Robert L. Brandt, Jr.

Opening Reception

Friday, September 6

6-8 p.m. @ The Co

 

Annual Meeting

& New Season Reveal

Thursday, September 19

6-8 p.m. @ The Co

followed by New Member Soiree at Mudlick Tap House

Gallery Talk

Friday, October 4

6-8 p.m. @ The Co

 

Introducing The Co Instagram Takeover Artist

Danielle Rante


Associate Professor, Printmaking & Drawing
Wright State University Department of Art and Art History

Danielle Rante is a visual artist that lives and works in Dayton, Ohio. She is currently an Associate Professor of Printmaking and Drawing at Wright State University (2009-present). Prior appointments include Visiting Assistant Professor at Herron School of Art and Design IUPUI (2008), Indianapolis IN and Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus OH (2007). She holds an MFA (2006) specializing in printmaking from the University of Iowa and a BFA (2003) from the University of Toledo, OH.

Rante’s work has been exhibited in many prestigious venues, both national and international, including the K. Imperial Fine Art (San Francisco, CA), International Print Center New York (NY, NY), Hudson D. Walker Gallery (Provincetown, MA), Shanxi University Art Gallery (China) and featured in New American Paintings (Volume 89). She has been a recipient of scholarly grants, including a two-time recipient of the Ohio Art Council’s Individual Excellence award and has attended residencies at The Headlands Center for the Arts (Sausalito CA), Nes Artist Residency (Iceland), Arteles (Finland), Fine Arts Work Center (Provincetown MA) and Philadelphia Art Hotel (Philadelphia PA). She is also an active arts community leader within Dayton and central Ohio.

Image contributed by the artist

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