Tuesday, July 04, 2006

251st monthly GALLERY HOP

(above)Artist Rick Borg had his art along Lincoln Avenue for the first time in many months.
(below)And yes, Lincoln Avenue has a brand new, very attractive sidewalk.

Sherrie Hawk's Sherrie Gallerie has replaced Gallery V in the heart of the Short North. This space is where the Spangler Cummings Gallery (first big gallery to start the monthly gallery hops 1985) began.
It is also one of the costliest storefronts to house a gallery today.
Many musicians and performers dominated the July Short North Gallery Hop.
Mahan Gallery had a group show of their many artists in a sophisticated, suffocating wall display. The Surly Girl gallery above the tavern had a flea market and poster exhibition created by local, independent record labels, to coincide with a rock concert in the alley.
Doesn't everybody dance on top of car roofs? They apparently do under the Short North arches.

Katrina Isabella & Highjinks Dance

Katrina Isabella was on stilts in the 1996 Community Festival at Goodale Park
Recently, her dance troup Highjinks Dance and Grimaldi Circus performed at Comfest 2006

More recently, Highjinks put on an amazing show at Max Salon during the Gallery Hop
The troupe is trying to make their New York debut soon. Does Columbus Have Talent?