Featuring over 75 newly acquired oil and watercolor paintings, gouaches and etchings.
Artists included in this exhibition include the following: Harry Aitken, Mathias Alten, Reynolds Beal, Johann Berthelsen, William Mason Brown, Andrew Bunner, Antonio Cirino, George Debereiner, Robert Decker, Michael Dumas, Walter Farndon, Henry Farny, Jacob Fischer, Alexis Jean Fournier, Johnny Gotthard Friedlaender, Andre Gisson, Emile Gruppe, John Hauser, Morris Hobbs, Harry L. Hoffman, James R. Hopkins, Whitney Hubbard, Lynn Bogue Hunt, William R. Leigh, Richard Hayley Lever, Thomas C. Lindsay, Fernand Lungren, Samuel McCrea, Lewis Henry Meakin, Carl Peters, George Picknell, John Reilly, Martin Rettig, Gary Schildt, Anthony Thieme, Marcel Vertes, Edward C. Volkert, Frederick Waugh, Bessie Wessel, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Carl Wuttke, Alexander Helwig Wyant and others.
Exhibition continues through June 21
Selections From Our Gallery Artists
OPENING FRIDAY JANUARY 25TH FROM 5-8 PM
Artists Include: BRIAN BURT, MARK DALY, RAY HASSARD, ADAM HAYWARD, M. KATHERINE HURLEY, KEVIN T. KELLY, KEITH KLEIN, FRANK MCELWAIN, LISA MOLYNEUX, CYNTHIA KELLY OVERALL, MARK SERRIANNE, VALERIE SHESKO, LESLIE SHIELS, CINDY WALTON
EXHIBITION CONTINUES THROUGH FEBRUARY 22ND
Panorama of Cincinnati Art - 33rd Anniversary - Benefit for the Taft Museum
Special Opening Friday November 30th 2018 from 5-8pm
The exhibition continues through Friday January 18th, 2019.
Please join us Friday, November 30th from 5 pm to 8 pm for a special opening featuring paintings by artists of Cincinnati’s Golden Age. This Panorama of Cincinnati Art is a benefit for the Taft Museum. Opening night ticket sales as well as 5% of all painting sales from the month of December will go to benefit the Taft Museum. Paintings by Cincinnati artists from the turn of the century as well as a select group of contemporary Cincinnati artists will be for sale.
Reservations are required for the opening night benefit at $100 per person. (Checks should be made payable directly to the Taft Museum). Reservations can also be made online. Please click on the following link https://taftmuseum.cincyregister.com/CincinnatiArtGalleries2018
This exhibition and sale will be held at Cincinnati Art Galleries at 225 East 6th Street and will be open free to the public after the special Friday night opening. For more information, please call 513-381-2128.
The exhibition opens to the public December 1st
David Hausrath is committed to benefitting local arts organizations through his gallery's annual Panorama of Cincinnati Art. This will be the 33rd year for the Panorama, which has raised over $750,000 in donations benefiting such organizations as the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Taft Museum of Art, the School for Creative and Performing Arts, the Cincinnati Ballet, the Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Opera and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
"We are pleased to have the opportunity to support these greater Cincinnati art institutions, which enhance the quality of life in our region and enrich the quality of our lives individually." David Hausrath
The Ashland Inc. Collection
Opening Reception Friday, October 19th from 5-8 pm
Cincinnati Art Galleries has been working with representatives of Ashland Inc (formerly Ashland Oil, Inc.) to offer for sale to the public over 100 carefully selected works from their art collection. Ashland’s collection was assembled over many years from the early 1970’s through the 1990’s with the help of curators and art dealers from New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C., London, England and elsewhere. The collection is largely comprised of prints, etchings, woodcuts and silkscreens by many of the best-known artists from this
period. Several original paintings will be offered as well.
Jim Dine, Robert Motherwell, Alex Katz, Howardena Pindell,
Donald Sultan, Leonard Baskin and Annie Bonney, Po Kim,
Fong Chung-Ray , Wou-ki Zao and others.
Exhibition & Sale Will Continue Through November 24th
Opening Friday, September 7th from 5 - 8pm
Forty new oil paintings will be exhibited during Mark Daly's fifth one-person-show at Cincinnati Art Galleries. The show is titled "Timeless Impressions." It includes paintings from Paris, Maine, New York, Cincinnati, Florida, and other locations. The paintings reflect Mark's travels to paint and capture timeless moments.
WOLFGANG A. RITSCHEL
WIRED FOR COLOR
Opening Friday, June 8 from 5 - 8 pm
Exhibition continues through July 13
Please join us to view over 40 paintings by Cincinnati artist Wolfgang A. Ritschel and enjoy his figurative-expressionist painting style and use of vibrant colors through his depictions of Cincinnati, the Southwest and European scenes.
“Ritschel's personal concept in art concerns the relationship of color, line and perspective. It was a trip to see Cuzco, high in the Peruvian Andes, which launched this line of thought. There the air was so pure, so thin, that there was no discernible diminishment of color intensity as the surrounding countryside receded from view. Everything was as vivid miles away as it was looking down at his own feet. In this ancient historical city and its ruins, in this least suspected of places, Ritschel discovered a basis for his originality. By overlapping imagery and decreasing size, perspective would be served without sacrificing the color he so loves.” - Fran Watson
Exhibition and Sale of Fine Art by Twenty-Two Local Artists
Leslie Birckhead, Sara Caswell-Pearce, Cedric Cox, Eric Greiner, Adam Hayward, Cynthia Osborne Hoskin, Bukang Kim, Keith Klein, John Kluesener, Kent Krugh, Sally Kamholtz, Susan Mahan, Lisa Molyneux, Deborah Morrissey-McGoff, Nancy Neville, Emil Robinson, Frank Satogata, Stacie Seuberling, Leslie Shiels, Brad Austin Smith, Donna Talerico, Sheldon Tapley
Exhibition continues through April 21, 2018
We are pleased to announce an exhibition and sale of over 50 paintings by famed modernist JENS JENSEN
Opening Reception Friday, January 26th 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Exhibition Continues Through March 3rd
This year's Panorama of Cincinnati Art XXXII will feature over 150 works by Cincinnati's most famous artists
Opens free to the public Saturday, December 2nd and continues through January 20th
OPENING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
FROM 5:00 - 8:00 PM
"By the side of the everlasting Why there is a Yes…."
- E.M. Forster, A Room with a View
Exhibition continues through November 25th, 2017
Please join us for refreshments and view recent works by our gallery artists including:
Brian Burt, Mark Daly, Ray Hassard, Adam Hayward, M. Katherine Hurley, Kevin T. Kelly, Keith Klein, Kate Lackman, Richard Luschek, Lisa Molyneux, Cynthia Kelly Overall, Mark Serrianne, Valerie Shesko, Leslie Shiels & Cindy Walton
Selected Assemblage Sculpture Art by Mark Serrianne
Friday August 18th 5 - 8 pm
WINE & CHEESE SELECTIONS
Opening Friday, June 23rd 2017 from 5-8 pm
Please join us for refreshments and view recent works
by our local gallery artists as well as a selection of
newly acquired turn-of-the-century paintings.
Louis Apol • Charles Appel • Rosemary Burkholder • Brian Burt • Charles Coumont
Alice Coutts • Mark Daly • Robert Decker • Otto Farsky • Charles E. Gordon Frazer Ray Hassard • Alfred C. Howland • M. Katherine Hurley • Harvey Joiner
Kevin T. Kelly • Keith Klein • Kate Lackman • William Langworthy
George Layng • Thomas Lorimer • Richard Luschek • Paul Louis Mestrallet
Gene Miles • Hermann D. Murphy • John F. Murphy • Sean Radmaker
Andrew Schwartz • Dixie Selden • Dennis Sheehan • Leslie Shiels
Alexander Wyant & Others
Exhibition continues through August 19th
by Guest Curator Daniel Brown
Saturday, April 15th at 1pm
Daniel will explain the curatorial conceptual framework behind the exhibition "The Return to Beauty - Asian Influences on Contemporary Landscape Art"
Daniel Brown is a widely published art critic, currently writing regularly for The Artist's Magazine. He has written catalogs, essays, art reviews and art journalism since 1973. He has collected contemporary art since 1968, and is listed in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Art. Daniel Brown assumed the role of editor of ÆQAI in July of 2010.
Meet the Artists
Artists with work in this exhibition will be present to answer questions following the talk.