The Ohio Artist Registry (OAR) is an exciting opportunity for artists to share their work, connect with the creative community, and establish an online presence—all on a free, virtual platform! The OAR encourages artists working in all art forms, throughout Ohio and beyond,  to create a profile, which allows them to better promote themselves and their work. Being listed in the OAR provides artists with new opportunities to share their work with clients, galleries, patrons, and audiences. For more information, contact Kathy Signorino, artist programs director, at or 614-728-6140.

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Photo of Noel Bassam Mohammed Maghathe

Noel Maghathe

Artist / Curator

Noel Maghathe is a queer, mixed Palestinian-American performance installation artist. Maghathe creates and performs with queer functional tools to navigate the world. Their practice focuses on their Palestinian heritage and the occupation of Palestine, their love and pride for their country, and sharing the pain of occupation and their longing for their country to educate their audience. Connecting with other Palestinian artists in the diaspora is vital to the work Maghathe creates.

Photo of Cat Mailloux

Cat Mailloux is an artist and educator based in Columbus, OH. She earned an MFA in Sculpture in 2018 from The Ohio State University and a BFA in Sculpture and Certification in Art Education from the University of Wisconsin, Eau-Claire in 2014. Currently, she serves as an Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. Her creative work is based in textiles, which she views as a practice of layered and labored drawing. Shaped by geometric abstraction, traditional quilt making, and the logic of stained glass, their shifting patterns infer large and seemingly infinite expanses of space-—bodies of water meeting the horizon, trees on a mountain fading into the distance, and the color of the sky at midnight.

Photo of Juniper Mainelis

Juniper Mainelis is a Visionary painter, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, and poet. She often writes songs and poetry to accompany her paintings, giving the viewer a deeper dive into her gnosis. Some refer to her work as medicine painting, as each piece is infused with her healing thoughts and intentions. Using a technique called Intentional Creativity, in which she is also a certified teacher, Juniper creates layered landscapes of her imaginary visions.…

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Valerie Marek


Valerie Marek received her BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art and her MFA from Kent State University in 2017, where she is part-time faculty in Foundations Drawing.

She has exhibited at the Oak Park Art League in Chicago, The Wasmer Gallery at Ursuline College in Cleveland, Yellowstone Art Museum in Montana, Malone University in Canton, Ohio, The Summit Art Space in Akron, as well as the Prama Gallery in Cleveland.

Her abstract environments, primarily on paper, depict the aura of place and history, an overlapping of tense invested in revelation, rather than realization.

Photo of MP Marion

A native of Wisconsin, MP was introduced to fine art hand papermaking while in graduate school at the University of Wisconsin.  After working as an art educator in the Racine Public Schools, MP decided become a self-employed artist and sell her artwork at art fairs throughout the country.  As an early practitioner in the revival of HPM, she has always been aware of and respectful of the long traditions of HPM, and seeks to continue those traditions through her constant experimentation, image-making and teaching.

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Mat Marrash


Mat Marrash is a man in love with film photography. In the spring of 2010, after two years of dragging through the mediocrity of the digital lifestyle, Mat picked up a Hasselblad 500C and never looked back! Mat likes playing with all sorts of cameras, all the way from his handy-dandy Olympus Trip 35 all the way up to his mammoth Tachihara 8×10” field camera (see Barbershops).…

Photo of Janet L Marsano

Janet Marsano earned both a BFA and an MFA from the Ohio State University. Her MFA was earned under the direction of Don Duncan in Jewelry and Metalsmithing with an emphasis on cloisonne enamels. 

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Julie Martin


Julie Martin is a contemporary artist living in Northeast Ohio drawn to portraiture and figurative subjects. With a background in graphic design, the Denver, Colorado born artist also pursued a passion of painting. By rearranging pieces of images using a variety of mediums, she expands the visual creating a final product with an ironic twist calling this a fragmented style.

Photo of Angela Mascolino

Angela Mascolino, Watercolor Artist
Mascolino’s watercolor paintings are primarily inspired by the unique shapes and textures that nature offers. She usually begins by taking several photographs of a location or subject, drawing the composition and choosing a limited palette. The artist states that she “seeks to create impressions of the environment and enjoys working with the luminous, fluid characteristics that watercolor offers.”

Photo of Amber Mason

     My name is Amber Mason and I was born in Columbus Ohio.  I work with a variety of mediums.  I currently work for Columbus City Schools as a Substitute Teacher.  I first became interested in art in elementary school.  My teacher noticed that I had a gift for drawing.  I earned a Bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University. …

Photo of Mariam Massoud

Mariam Massoud is a visual artist born in Egypt, raised in Alabama, and living in Columbus, Ohio. Her drawings create a visual diary, full of the stories of moments, places, and events that hold personal significance. Since moving to Columbus in 2021, she has exhibited at Blockfort in the “Death, Taxes, 83 Gallery” show and at the Cultural Arts Center in “Centered 2022.” 

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Brian Mathus


In 2015 started studying Graphic design finished with a degree. Bringing order to chaos I began to love creating again. I and my wife and a few friends moved into a Studio on the front street. Started painting again seriously in 2017. I started paint figuratively again.

Photo of John John Matuszak Matuszak

Born and raised in Cleveland and suburbs, attended Euclid and Mentor schools, managed to graduate. On the 10-year plan at Ohio University with degrees in English and journalism eceive in 1989. Worked in Athens and Columbus, Ohio and St. Joseph, Mich. as writer/editor/photographer, also dropped papers off at library.

Seems kind of skimpy.…

Photo of Christine Mauersberger

Christine Mauersberger is a multi-disciplinary artist in Cleveland, Ohio who produces complex mark-making narratives in multiple media: Prints, paintings, embroidery, and installation works. 

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Carolyn Mazloomi

Fiber Artist


Photo of Lynda McClanahan

Lynda McClanahan is a self-employed artist and musician living and working in Columbus Ohio. When not making art, Lynda maintains a large urban garden where she grows her own food and makes her own wine.

Photo of Linda McConaughy

Linda McConaughy returned to the Cleveland area after a career as an art educator and visual arts supervisor in Baltimore Maryland. She works in many media including wood, fiber, paint, and found objects. Much of her recent work reflects a desire to attend to and decode the intricacies of place and time, particularly within the natural world.…

Photo of Mary H McFarland

Tropes in Mary’s work spotlight environmental and cyber terrorism issues, but her characters’ focus is on breaking down barriers and saving themselves–and the earth. 

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Kathy L. McGhee,
works at the Columbus College of Art & Design.
There she a professor in fine arts, and Chair of Fine Arts and Craft.  She teaches introductory, intermediate and advanced printmaking. These include relief, serigraphy, lithography, and intaglio.  McGhee, who has shown her work both nationally and internationally, is a practicing printmaker who has had her work published in Printmakers Today.…

Photo of Maria A McGinnis

Is a mother of three children who has often been inspiration for subject matter along with Grandson.  

“The Vibrations of Life is the key to my inspiration.”

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