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    Wasmer Gallery

    The Florence O'Donnell Wasmer Gallery is a non-profit gallery owned and operated by Ursuline College and welcoming the public to free, professionally mounted art exhibitions approximately six times a year.

    Wasmer Gallery Exhibition
    The New Masters: Women Artists of Northeast Ohio
    Eastern Edge Exhibit

    Wasmer Gallery exhibits fine art of educational value by professional and amateur artists. The Gallery has a full schedule each exhibition season and welcomes proposals by artists for upcoming schedules. This year we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Wasmer Gallery, which opened in 1980 and was named in gratitude for the generosity and vision of the late Florence (O’Donnell) Wasmer and John C. Wasmer.


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    Now on View:
    The New Masters 2: Women Artists of Northeast Ohio
    through January 29, 2021

    This exhibition of work in diverse artistic disciplines showcases the skill and vision of emerging and professional women artists, 18 years of age and older, currently residing in the following Ohio counties: Ashland, Ashtabula, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Huron, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Richland, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, and Wayne.

    From 337 artworks submitted by 136 artists, guest juror Mary Urbas, director and curator of The Gallery at Lakeland Community College, has selected 47 works by 39 artists and awarded $2,800 in cash prizes.

    You may view the show in person, by appointment only, Tuesday-Friday, 12:00-5:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 1:30-4:30 p.m. (closed Monday). Email Gallery Director Anna Arnold or call her at 440.646.8121.

    As an alternative, you may view the "New Masters" exhibition on the College’s Flickr site.

    This exhibition was made possible by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, and by funding from the Ohio Arts Council, Glenmede, and generous alumnae and friends of the College.

    CLICK HERE TO SEE THE SHOW

    "Patron Saint of Stone," by MANDEM. Photograph of boy with snakes. Best in Show.

    "Mindlessness, " by Jill Yanik. Graphite drawings photo transferred to wood overlaid with hand cut graphite drawings on paper. First Prize.

    "Maria, Incognito in Kimono," by Judy Takacs. Painting of woman. Second Prize.

    "Sea Serpent," by Lisa Kenion. Cast bronze sculpture of woman diving. Third Prize.

    "Omniscient Mother," by Catherine Rozmarynowycz. Etching of woman. Honorable Mention.

    "Button Trowel," by Jennifer Whitten. Beadwork assemblage on garden trowel. Honorable Mention.

    "Only A Thought," by Betty Skufca. Painting of blue horse. Honorable Mention.

    "Tom by Nevers," by Janet Stolle. Approaching the sea on Nantucket In the area of Tom Nevers Beach. Oil on Canvas.

    "MaryBeth," by Toni Fiderio. Portrait of young woman of color.

    "Divided," by Mona Kolesar. An open 3 dimensional frame structure, a room.

    "Time to Spare," by Linda Mayer. Encaustic & oils.

    "Legacy Pot," by Pamela Argentieri. Pewter, bronze, sterling and wood coffee pot fabricated from sheet incorporating vintage flatware.