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 Renee K. Radebaugh

Native to rural Appalachia but a well-seasoned traveler, Renee is a survivor and advocate for mental health.

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Daniel Rauschenbach

Capturing the impressions of landscape in a wistful style. Watercolorist Daniel Rauschenbach’s bold colors and uniquely strong designs create a style of his own. Influenced by the industrial Midwest and romantic New England seascape, he incorporates these cultural wonders into his work. His passion, dedication, and love of his craft shine through each piece.

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David Reiter

CEO / Publisher

David Reiter is an award-winning text and digital artist, and Publisher / CEO at IP (Brisbane). His most recent works are the novel Black Books Publishing (2018), the digital narrative Time Lords Remixed: a Dr Who Poetical and Your eBook Survival Kit, 4th edition. He’s won the Western Australian Premier’s Award twice, and the Queensland Premier Award.

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Jeremy Reitzel

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Artist Profile

Jeremy Reitzel his professional artistic journey when he appeared on the Columbus art scene in 2021.  Reitzel has been a musician for the past 25 years under the moniker Links Last Moment and Studied Creative Writing at The Ohio State University.

 

The Polynesian/German ballpoint pen artist focuses on metaphysical, macabre, surreal, absurdist themes and works with automatic and spirit medium co-creative techniques. 

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Rosalyn Richards

Professor Emerita

Rosalyn Richards’s work is represented in many museum and corporate collections such as the Guangdong Museum of Contemporary Art in China, Capital One in Richmond, Virginia and the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. She has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and an MFA from Yale University School of Art.

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With over 70 years of making art following his intuition, love of life and people, the challenge of using good design to create great art never ends for Hollis Richardson. Influenced by life experiences with rural and native cultures, and remaining open to the influence of various expressive artists, his work has evolved from realism and impressionism to stylized forms of modern art that are unique and distinctive.

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Steven Riggs

Artist

Steven Riggs was born and raised in Detroit Michigan in spill the age of 11. His father moved the family to Ohio. Steven spent much of his high school years working on Art and studying art and art history. After high school he entered into a. Of Relentless intense study of anatomy and the techniques and processes of Old World Masters.

Steven and his wife have three adult sons and make their home in Pickaway County where he maintains a studio

Photo of Alex Rodabaugh

Alex has performed in Simone Forti’s The Work Is Never Done at MoMA and worked with artists such as Tess Dworman, Moriah Evans, Miguel Gutierrez, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Derek Smith and Bailey Williams among others. Alex most recently performed in Moriah Evans’ REPOSE. Alex’s work has been shown at Movement Research at Judson Church, Draftworks, Double Plus at Gibney, PRELUDE, and American Realness. See more at http://www.alexrodabaugh.work.

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My artwork includes acrylics, watercolors, original art quilts, block prints, scratch art, digital paintings, photographs, ink drawings, gourd art, and various three dimensional art including hand felted wool head figures.

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Priscilla Roggenkamp

Associate Professor of Art

Priscilla is a working artist and an associate professor of art at Ashland University. 

Photo of Stephanie Rond

Stephanie Rond (Columbus, Ohio) is an internationally recognized painter whose street art, canvas paintings, and community works subvert and reimagine traditional expectations of space, gender, and power. Rond is the founder of WomenStreetArtists.com and S.Dot Gallery, a dollhouse that exhibits miniature art pieces and challenges notions of domesticity and art accessibility.

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Michael Rosen

artist, author

Michael J. Rosen is a creative problem-solver, whether in poetry, paint, collage, or sculpture. He has spent nearly seven decades in Central Ohio, working as an artist, teacher, consultant, editor, children’s book author, graphic designer, poet, and anthologist.

Photo of Melinda Rosenberg

Melinda Rosenberg’s work is informed by wood, the craft of woodworking, painting the desire to point to the extraordinary in the everyday.

Photo of John K Rozelle

John K. Rozelle is a contemporary American painter and colorist working primarily in oils. He currently resides and works in Ohio, though he has lived in various countries around the Western world. Based in color theory and visual iconography, his paintings feature brightly saturated paint applied in thick, broken brushstrokes. As a result of this technique, John’s work dominates the viewers visual field with uncompromising color and dynamic texture.

Photo of Jessie Rumsey

Jessie Rumsey creates art using media and methods appropriate to the vision of each work. These approaches include photography and sculpture (primarily assemblage) and, less frequently, line drawing and painting.