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Westheimer Gallery FIRST FRIDAYS

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The Art of Creating a Great Friday Night

So, what’s on your schedule most Friday nights?
A quick burger on your way home from work… 

Pizza and Netflix consumed from the comfort of your couch… 

Both perfectly good options…until they stop being options and become “the only things I do on a Friday night”. Maybe once a month, a different Friday night would be a welcome change.


On the first Friday of the month the Westheimer Gallery in downtown Sharonville hosts a party and a new art exhibition . Join us for a reception that’s free and open to the public.  Come view spectacular art, meet the artist(s), mingle with friends and enjoy complimentary wine and nibbles.  First Friday events are from 6-8pm and are designed to be the starting point of your great Friday night.

June 2019

IT’S NOT OVER . . . YET

Samantha  Amoroso

Opening: June 7, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Exhibition: June 7 – June 29, 2019

The SCAC’s June Exhibition in the Westheimer Gallery is “It’s Not Over Yet” by Samantha Amoroso. A recent graduate of UC’s MFA program, Samantha uses her art to aid in her recovery from a traumatic accident.

“The digital prints of my drawings speak to the fuzzy and clouded environment I had found myself in. The ill-defined static spaces are reminiscent of my internal and external uncertainty. Within the field of the digital texture, some rendered objects come into and out of focus. I hope that through my artwork, people will be able to speak candidly to me about their own trauma — a burden shared is a burden halved. Slowly being open with others has truly helped and I think having open conversations about trauma takes some of the stigma away from it.” -Samantha Amoroso

 

Thanks to our generous
First Friday and June Gallery sponsor,

Susan Wyder

Spend an evening at the Westheimer Gallery soon – connect and engage with others in an appreciation for diverse art forms, cultures and perspectives.  And on Monday when someone asks you what you did over the weekend, start your answer with “I had a great Friday night at this little gallery….”

Interested In Displaying Your Art In The Westheimer Gallery?

March 2019

The Beauty of Light and Shadow

Nate Flanagan

Nate Flanagan, took an enviable leap of faith, Nate quit a normal 9-5 job to follow his passion and fulfill his dream.  Nate paints daily in his own studio, creating oil paintings reminiscent of the great Masters.

Opening: March 1, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM                               Exhibition: March 1 – March 30, 2019

May

MINDFUL METAMORPHOSIS

Juli Ryan

Juli Cady Ryan was born and raised on LaPorte Farm in northwestern Indiana. She first encountered mental illness growing up with her mother. At age 37 when her children’s struggles began, she found she needed an outlet for her own feelings and started painting with acrylics. Juli uses her and her family’s experiences to create whimsical pieces filled with color and hope. She wants to be a voice for those suffering with mental illness, and those who care for and support them.


Opening: May 3, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM    
Exhibition
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May 3 – May 25, 2019

More Information on this Month Coming Soon!

April 2019

CURRENT ECLECTIC

Maria Martel

Opening: April 5, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM    
Exhibition
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April 5 – April 27, 2019

Maria was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1960. She loved drawing as a little girl and always used to help her friends with their artwork in school. Her aunt Clotilde, was one of her inspirations growing up as she often watched her create arts and crafts, but she especially loved her oil paintings. She grew up to study Architecture and Graphic design, but decided to broaden her horizons in the art field through sketching, photography, serigraphy, lithography, oil painting, etc during her studies. Throughout the years she’s kept herself busy, always learning new art styles having worked with ceramics, pottery, metal embossing and even sculptures. However, oil painting has been a part of her artistic expression throughout most of her artistic career, both as an artist and as a teacher.Due to the political situation in Venezuela, she found herself living between Venezuela and Spain until she finally moved to Cincinnati in 2016, where she began a new chapter in her book. In Cincinnati, she not only starts a new life, but a new artistic transformation that portrays her inspiration in this new stage in her life.


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