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. A listing in the OAR does not confer an endorsement, approval, or verification by the Ohio Arts Council.
For more information, contact Kathy Signorino, artist programs director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-728-6140.
Executive and Artistic Director; President
Rachel began her study of dance in 1982. She danced for 11 years in pre-professional companies and has danced professionally for over two decades. She served as Ballet Mistress for Greater York Youth Ballet and has guest taught and choreographed at regional ballet companies. She completed master teacher John White’s Teaching Program in July of 2003.
Rachel began her “traditional” Pilates study in 1997 and earned her Teaching Certificate of Completion in 1999. In November of 2005 she earned her National Certification from the Pilates Method Alliance, one of the first 200 in the world to complete the test without
aid of the study guide. Rachel earned her certificate from the Fletcher Pilates® Comprehensive Program as well in 2006.
My name is JD, I’m a self-taught artist from northeast Ohio and I’ve been doing art since childhood. Over 20 years ago I went on a journey to discover my own style of art and since that moment it has become a core part of my approach to creating art.
Everyone is unique and we must discover what makes us unique.…
Professor Emerita, OSU has exhibited nationally and internationally, received OAC and GCAC artist fellowships, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Photography. Her work is included in numerous public collections. Nelson’s practice includes traditional and non-traditional use of cameras and materials.
Ohio artist Richard Neuman’s career spans as a designer for two Fortune 500 companies to running his own C corporation marketing his traditional and whimsical art throughout the US. Over the last 10 years, my love of viewing the world up-close, architecture, technology, and worldwide adventures led to creation of Abstract Minimalist Photo Paintings. Mostly unseen, at 80, he has begun to share this art with the public.
Kostiantyn is a bas relief artist who has worked in wood but prefers the fluidity of plaster. Already as a Russian boy of three, he loved to sketch beautiful bouquets of flowers for his Mother. As a young man in the Ukraine he used his God given talent to design and carve beautiful wooden boxes for gifts for special people in his life. Needing to enter the work force, he began working in construction and interior design. Left over plaster from jobs was not wasted but became bas relief floral designs on walls of friends. Continuing in construction and drywall work after moving to the US, Kostiantyn has worked in replacing and restoring walls and ceilings in museums, theaters, and homes, leaving behind final touches of beautiful bas relief plaster designs. He also enjoys creating smaller framed bas reliefs from plaster, and can work both from the heart creatively as well as from an actual request for a relief of specific design
Leslie Norman is primarily a self-taught photographer. She draws inspiration from the world around her as well a from the early years of photography as an art form. Common themes include portraiture, dilapidated architecture, crumbling people, photograms, and experimental printing techniques.
My career as an artist has been about 60 years in the making. Here is a brief story: As a boy, my uncle lived on Long Island near New York City where we would visit several times each year. Coming from Northeast Pennsylvania where there were few opportunities, visiting my Uncle helped open my eyes to a much deeper, wider world.…
Solo Exhibition – Napoleon Armory Gallery, Napoleon, Ohio 2018
Group Exhibitions – Stola Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois 2021, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois 2021, Grosse Pointe Artists Association, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 2021, The Wassenberg Art Center, Van Wert, Ohio 2020, Leslie Wolfe Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 2020, Artlink, Fort Wayne, Indiana 2020, The Wassenberg Art Center, Van Wert, Ohio 2020, Waterloo, Cleveland, Ohio 2020, The Art Center Highland Park, Highland Park, Illinois 2020, Grosse Pointe Artists Association, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 2020, Frankfort Arts Association, Frankfort, Illinois 2020, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois 2020, The Black Box Gallery, Dearborn, Michigan 2020, Valley Art Center, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 2020, Artlink, Fort Wayne, Indiana 2020, The Art Center Highland Park, Highland Park, Illinois, 2020, The Box Factory 2019 Members Show, St.…
Stone sculptor Gedion Nyanhongo was born into an artistic family in 1967 in Nyanga, Zimbabwe, Africa. He was influenced from a very young age by his father, Claud Nyanhongo, a prominent artist among the “first generation” sculptors, the pioneers of the Shona Sculpture Movement (sculpture unique to Zimbabwe) that began in the late 1950s.
After an apprenticeship with the internationally acclaimed sculptor Joseph Ndandarika, Gedion embarked on a solo career in 1988, where his vision and technical skills have earned him international recognition as a sculptor of excellence.