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 kathy.signorino@oac.ohio.gov or 614-728-6140.

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Photo of Michelle Arnold Paine

Michelle Arnold Paine is a contemporary painter with a unique freshness in her approach to representational painting. Her subjects of landscape, figure, and architecture draw on medieval texts, art historical images and observation of the nature and the built environment. 

While she living and working for a study abroad program in Italy for three years, she became fascinated by the shapes and forms of medieval architecture and art which are the context of daily life there.…

Photo of Frauke Palmer

Rocks are a particular focus of mine, the large expanse of rock exposed in the deserts of Arizona, California, and Utah. Multicolored, etched with nature’s designs, they provide me with a palette of color and line that I incorporate into my quilts. Trees, their bark, their growth pattern add to the possibilities. These elements come together through the use of the computer which allows me to slice and dice my images, layer them, adjust them, blend them, piece them, and manipulate them in myriad ways. What fun I have!

Photo of MR Bill Pappas

The photography of Bill Pappas features studies of people from a visually enhanced perspective, as well as scenic vignettes from a wide variety of domestic and international locations.

Photo of Magda Parasidis

Magda Parasidis

Visual Artist

Magda Parasidis is a visual artist, designer and cultural worker, born in Athens, Greece. Parasidis received a B.A. in Art History and International Relations from the Johns Hopkins University, followed by engagements with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Walters Art Gallery and the Guggenheim Collection, Venice. She holds a graduate degree in Advanced Artistic Studies from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan. She received a 2018 and 2019 Greater Columbus Arts Council grant, and a 2021 Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award. The monograph Magda Parasidis: Ghosts in Sunlight was published in 2021 in conjunction with an exhibition at Otterbein University. Her work has been recognized in statewide juried exhibitions and is held in both private and public collections.

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Patricia Parker

Zinsmeister Parker Studio

1973 B.F.A. Kent State University
1975 M.A. K.S.U.
1981 M.F.A. K.S.U.

1978-1998 Adjunct professor The University of Akron, The School of Art

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Hasu Patel

Director/Founder

HASU PATEL, composer, performer, and educator, is one of the few world-class female artists performing Classical Music on the sitar, the most popular string instrument of India. Hasu plays Sitar in a very special style known as Gayaki Ang (vocal style), where the sitar replicates the fluidity and subtle nuances of the human voice.…

Photo of Dan Patterson

Dan Patterson; fascinated with flight his entire life employs his skills and talents as a designer and photographer to look at aviation in a different light. Over 30 books published which have been met with international acclaim and honored in 2003 as the National Aviation Hall of Fame’s first winner of the Harry B. Combs Award for Excellence in the Preservation of Aviation History.

Photo of Daniel Peace

Daniel Peace

Artist & Graphic Designer

Daniel Peace is a graphic designer and artist in the Cleveland area.  With a BFA from the University of Michigan, his personal art experiments with abstraction in multiple mediums but most often soft pastels.

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Joe Pearce

Joe Pearce Fine Artist and Writer

Award winning fine artist and writer Joe Pearce was born in Albuquerque, NM, and raised in Indianapolis, IN. He holds a B.S. degree in Secondary Education, Social Studies from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and has studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and with private art instructors. A long time Cincinnati resident, he occupies a studio at the Pendleton Art Center in the Pendleton neighborhood of Cincinnati and creates art and writes from his home and there.

Photo of Mr. Stuart Allen Pearl

Stuart Pearl is a local artist who was raised in Cleveland, OH. The strong connection to his hometown translates into Stuart’s photographs of Cleveland’s skyline and industry. His work has been exhibited at FAVA, Dayton’s Rosewood Gallery, and also the Erie, Zanesville and Butler Museums. He received “Best In Show” in the 2008 Butler Midyear Exhibit and his photographs have been included in publications of the Cleveland Museum of Art.…

Photo of DONALD EUGENE PEARSE SR

DONALD PEARSE

RETIRED TECHNICAL MANAGER

I have a BEEE and a masters in Management.   I have taken a multitude of art classes over the years including stained glass, fused glass, ceramics, glass enameling, and precious metal clay. I have my own kiln, glass tools, and woodworking equipment.  I have been retired for many years.

Photo of Joan Pearse

Art is as important to me as is breathing. It is so important to be creative in as many areas of my life as is possible.

I have degrees in fine art and art education and a Master of Public Administration degree. I oversee the areas of art and education in my work life.…

Photo of Chris Pemberton

Rooted in formalism, my paintings are an exploration of color and composition. I tend to start with a minimal palette and allow it to expand as the painting progresses. I do not use studies or sketches for my paintings but rather allow them to develop based on images that exist only in my mind.

Photo of Lori M Perry

As a kid, I was frequently in trouble at school because I preferred drawing on the back of my work papers rather than doing the task at hand.  My degrees include a B.S. in Design from the University of Cincinnati and a B.S. in Art Education from the University of Akron. While teaching in the Canton City Schools, I earned National Board Certification in art. I have been employed as a commercial artist, an elementary art teacher and a university professor teaching studio classes and art history. I currently live on a farm with my husband and cats, where I paint in a converted barn/studio. Trained as an illustrator, I prefer watercolors, pastels and mixed media. 

Photo of Amandah Arleen Peting

I am an artist trained in both digital and traditional media. My primary focus is fantasy illustration, but I also love painting traditional landscapes, objects, and animal studies. I am an official student of the Urasenke School of Tea, which informs and influences my compositions.

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Dawn Petrill

Art At Dawn LLC

Dawn is the founder and owner of Art At Dawn LLC. She has a thriving business where she paints and exhibits her work both locally and nationally.  She also teaches children and adults out of her home studio and has a bi-monthly drawing Zoom class with adults of early onset dementia through the Central Ohio Alzheimer’s Association. She lives in Dublin, OH with her husband, 3 kids, and rescue pup.

Photo of Ilenia Ilenia Pezzaniti

Ilenia Pezzaniti

Freelance photographer and videographer

Ilenia Pezzaniti is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus in documentary storytelling. She earned her BA in communications and photojournalism at Kent State University and is a Postbacc at the University of Akron for Studio Art. She is based out of Akron where she works as a freelance photographer and videographer. She specializes in natural lighting and storytelling.

Photo of Eric Pfeffinger

Eric Pfeffinger is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writers Guild of America east.  His plays have been produced by the Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Denver Theatre Center, the Geva Theatre Center, the Phoenix Theatre, the InterAct, the 16th Street Theatre, the Source Festival, City Theatre of Miami, the One-Minute Play Festival, and elsewhere.…

Photo of Marsha Marsha Pippenger

Marsha has been making art for more than 40 years. She believes in the power of visual art: in her case, creating colorful, textural collages addressing issues like immigration, climate change, the power of light, and the necessity of visual beauty.

She holds a BFA from Ohio Northern University and a Master of Humanities from Wright State University. Through Central State University, she completed independent coursework with local artist and educator Bing Davis, now a close friend and mentor.

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