Tag Archives: visuals

Interpreting life

Werger, Tidal Shift, 2016, etching, aquatint with white ground, 36 x 144 in. 4200

Art Werger’s masterful works at DVAC Photo: Art Weger’s “Tidal Shift”, 2016, displayed as six individual images at DVAC, is stiched together here to illustrate its impact. By Ehron Ostendorf The Dayton Visual Arts Center (DVAC) put out a call for proposals and Art Werger answered. Ohio University professor and printmaker, Werger, has been making […]

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Reassembling through Art

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A trajectory of recovery through 1000 splatter paintings Artwork: “Infarct lll #1” By Stephanie Tyson Splashes of bright and pastel yellows, transparent yet brilliant reds, purples, blues, and oranges dance like sparks as they fall within the valleys and exposed channels of corrugated cardboard, a result of deconstruction and reassembling of a material that is […]

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Beavercreek’s ArtFest’s promising second year

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Local artists’ showcase expands Photo: A throw-off competition will be held for potters to make the tallest pot By Tim Walker Dayton-area artists too often labor in obscurity, their work unseen and underappreciated, their names unrecognized. This week, however, local artists have a chance to showcase their work, find a larger audience, and connect with […]

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Color Dayton

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Art on the Commons keeps inspiring creativity Photo: A masterpiece by Anastasia Mak By Megan Constable Back for its 29th year, the Art on the Commons Festival will bring music, art, crafts, food, and more to the Miami Valley. The event will host over 100 artists and crafters from across the nation. According to Shayna McConville, […]

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‘Stories by hand’

Marianne Rabb Britton | MAGGO | Fabric & Embroidery | 49 x 45” | Collection of Paula Womacks

Marianne Rabb Britton’s energy still flows at Springfield Museum By Brittany Erwin Textiles—flexible materials typically composed of yarn or thread—seem simple. Yet, these objects, brought to life via knitting, weaving, crocheting, or felting, are magically complex when skillfully rendered. Stories by Hand: Marianne Rabb Britton, a retrospective of the late artist’s masterful textile art at […]

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Street art

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Art in the City takes over downtown Dayton Photo: Dancers perform on Main Street for Art in the City, a square-mile celebration of the arts in downtown Dayton, this year on Aug. 4 By Tim Smith Take a walk through downtown Dayton Aug. 4 and you’ll see art everywhere, from building lobbies to posters advertising […]

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Abstractions and activism

Art Everywhere

In dialogue with artist MB Hopkins Artist MB Hopkins in her basement studio in Dayton; photo: Bill Franz By Bill Franz I have seen the work of MB Hopkins for years, but I only met her last February. Hopkins uses her art to support causes that are important to her, and in February she was at a […]

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The beautiful struggle

"My Mother Peach Tree" 
Anacostia Community Museum/Smithsonian Institution

Beadwork exhibition journeys from South Africa to Dayton Artwork: “My Mother Peach Tree” by Zondlile Zondo By Lisa Bennett  What is beauty? It is a titillating, age-old question that has undoubtedly sparked debates for millennia. For some, beauty is simply happiness. For others, it is a spiritual state akin to “oneness.” In general, beauty is a […]

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Sonic boom

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Jennifer Taylor’s Rock Retrospective sounds off at Christopher’s Restaurant ‘Bernie Worrell Orchestra’; photo: Jennifer Taylor By Morgan Laurens “When I say I’m a music photographer, people look at me kind of strangely,” says Jennifer Taylor. The raven-haired Taylor sips water instead of coffee during our interview, saying that a 2:30 p.m. dose of caffeine will […]

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Speaking in tongues

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Tyler Peffley delivers Diction at Blue House Gallery Photo: Tyler Peffley’s ‘Censors,’ part of the Diction series on display at Blue House Gallery through June 30 By Morgan Laurens Remember your first-ever gig ticket? How about the flier from your friend’s art show that you taped, crooked and unframed, to your bedroom wall? Or the […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]