Visual Arts Section :: Page 10
Local artist Pierre Nagley deposits the results of creative inspiration about the village.
When in 1980 local artist Nancy Howell-Koehler needed a portrait taken for her new book, it didn’t seem appropriate that she — a fine art photographer — hire someone to do it. So she devised a way to take a self-portrait using a long shutter release cord. Later, she used the same method to take photos of Yellow Springers.
Attention, art lovers: Yellow Springs hosts two art openings this afternoon.
New York City artist Linda Stein will speak on gender fluidity this Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 8 p.m. at McGregor 113 on the Antioch College campus.
From January until mid-February, painter Patricia Cole will be artist-in-residence at Antioch College.
Painter Patricia Cole of Bloomington, Ind., will be the artist-in-residence at Antioch College until mid-February. Cole will give a talk on her work this Sunday, Jan. 22, at 3 p.m. in the Herndon Gallery.
Kevin Miyazaki, a photojournalist by trade, decided to record a more accurate picture of the Wisconsin statehouse protesters by setting up a portrait studio on the sidewalk and photographing the people who had come to voice their concerns.
Glen Helen Association members are invited to include their work in the sixth annual members show, which will run Jan. 7-Feb. 28.
Miyazaki’s photos portray the men and women who fought for worker’s rights in Wisconsin this year.
It’s been a number of years since visual artist Laura Carpenter left Yellow Springs. A part of her remains here in spirit, though, and a current exhibit of Carpenter’s artwork at the Glen House Inn Bed and Breakfast is “very specific to Ohio.”