Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Monday, November 26, 2007
Yes, the Mahan Gallery has moved from the North Short North into the thick of things at 717 N. High. This harkens back to 1989 when the Geoffery taber Gallery re-emerged as the ACME Art Co. in the thick of things in a similar move. ACME moved back to the North Short North in 1997 and slowly faded away after several other moves around town. Of course, ACME has non-profit and got handed to one group after another. Let's hope Mahan sticks it out and brings us great art.
In the alleys behind the Short North tavern and the Carriage House are new businesses like the TASI CAFE and the offices of ART Exchange. TASI is Kent Rigsby's newest venture, this time a breakfast and lunch cafe. Being in the alley ways brings a German Village feel to the Short North.
Ceramics by Jack Earl took over the Sherrie Gallery in November. This seasoned artist shows why the best art can come from the older artists.
Monday, November 19, 2007
Thursday, November 08, 2007
A contemporary addition was added to this Chicago-style tower and a giant billboard flanks the side. Columbus's own Skybus Airlines has it now, but it originally had a giant soccer ball stuck on it for the Columbus Crew .