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The Schumacher Gallery's Permanent
Collections offer a wonderfully diverse selection of more than 2500
works for study and enjoyment. These collections encompass 2000 years of
cultural history. Since the Gallery's inception in 1964, hundreds of
donors have provided objects of art, funds, and services to create this
important cultural legacy.
January 20 – March 21Lake Erie: Life on the EdgePhotographs by Linda Butler
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The photographs in the exhibition
take the viewer on the 900-mile perimeter journey around the lake. Although
Lake Erie’s volume is just 1/46 of the other Great Lakes, its warm and shallow
waters produce more life than all the other lakes combined. Through aerial
images, one is able to engage the lake as a whole, examining antiquated
industry as well as new energy resources. The ground-level shots display the
natural habitats, the juxtaposition between industry and recreation, and the
plethora of people and wildlife.
Reception: Thursday, January 23, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.(Please note: The gallery is closed February 22 - March 1 for mid-term break.)
The Silence of SnowMichael Bush, abstract Artist
I have always been fascinated with the quiet that fresh falling show can provide in a city so busy and full of life. When light, fluffy snow accumulates on the ground, it acts as an absorber, dampening sound waves much like commercial products. It is somehow relaxing and terrifying at the same time. The show Silence of Snow is a continuation of work created around the four seasons. The first show, In Bloom, was based on Spring and the creation that the nature brings in that time of year. Silence of Snow is the antithesis of In Bloom, as it focuses on the reset for nature that Winter creates. I started by creating abstract backgrounds in blues, green and reds. Then, using white acrylic paint to cover certain sections, I am attempting to mimic the limiting the view Snow can create to the landscape surrounding us. Thank you to the Greater Columbus Arts Council for the Artist in the Community Grant that was used to create this body of work.Michael Bush, born in 1975 in Gary, Indiana, and now resides Columbus, OH, is a self-taught abstract artist, Michael works out of 400 W Rich Street studios in Franklinton. Michael has participated in many juried shows in Columbus including the Ohio State Fair professional division, Art for Life and the Columbus bicentennial. Michael served as the former art director for Union Bar and Food, where he curated bi-monthly art shows. Michael recently started his second term as a board member of the Franklinton Arts District, where in his first term served as the artist coordinator and lead juror for the
April 2 – April 21Capital University's Student Showcase
This multimedia exhibition showcases a variety of works created
by the students of Capital University.
Admission is free.
The Schumacher Gallery will be open Monday - Saturday, 1 - 5 pm during the academic year. We are closed during the summer and on university holidays.
The Gallery is located on the fourth floor of The Blackmore Library at Capital University.
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