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 or 614-728-6140.

2024 Ohio Artist Registry Juried Exhibition

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John Christensen is an artist working in Austin, Texas. Born in New York City, he received degrees in Visual and Environmental Studies – and art – from Harvard and the University of Texas. Before 1990, he developed a body of site-sensitive work in rural landscapes of New York, Georgia and Texas. Since 1990, he has focused that sensibility on projects for the theater and the public place. He has created, in collaborations with choreographers, interactive props and theatrical environments for 30 productions presented in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. He has designed and built commercial spaces, and, unique and production furniture. Working in a variety of media he has exhibited around the country. He has completed 20 large scale public and private commissions in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Albuquerque, Miami, Tucson, Portland and Fort Worth. Collaborating with other design professionals he developed infrastructure and interactive art for a municipal park. He brings to any project an unusually broad set of technical and conceptual skills. In recent sculptures and reliefs he has arranged motifs to evoke organic systems – branching rhizomes, biotic colonies, neural networks, wave interference patterns, polymers – clustered works with perceptual associations that make poetic connections between phenomena in disparate fields. He sustains a studio practice, going to his studio most days to make things.

Photo of David F Chu

I learned photography in my teens, and I am still going strong almost fifty years later.

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David Cintron


David Louis Cintron has been working as a multi-disciplinary artist, musician since 1990. He draws, paints and plays music daily at his art studio in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was born and raised. He received a BFA in graphic design, with a minor concentration in Studio Art, from Kent State University. 

Art runs deep in David’s family history.…

Photo of Debbie Clapper

Though a traditionally trained graphic designer, Debbie is a self-taught artist. Her original drawings and paintings use no rulers, compasses, or masking tape, giving every line a rhythmic, kinetic, and powerful pulse. She began honing her freehand style at nine and hasn’t stopped since. Geometric patterns are a fundamental tenet in Debbie’s work, and she is constantly exploring how to create implied symmetry through asymmetry.

Photo of Katie Clark

Katie Clark is a self-taught Cleveland-based artist working primarily in watercolors.  With an emphasis on highly-detailed paintings that challenge traditional conventions of the medium, her watercolors are crisp, small, precise, and tactile. She channels her lifelong interest in nature with the signature botanical insect paintings for which she is most known.

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Ryn is a visual artist, photographer and educator from Cleveland, Ohio. She embraces both her iPhone and digital SLR cameras and considers it a gift to be able to share what she has learned. Besides lecturing in both beginner and intermediate iPhone workshops around the country, Ryn also experiments with different photographic techniques in her image making, including elaborate nature compositing, photopolymer gravure, encaustic & hand-colored photographic prints.…

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DAYTON  CLAUDIO e-mail:   web:


1998        M.F.A. San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 1982        M.A. Fine Arts, California State University, Chico, CA 1977        B.A.

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Heidi Clifford


In 2014, Heidi came to Columbus College of Art & Design, earning her BFA in Advertising & Graphic Design. Within graphic design, Heidi found that she enjoyed creating fonts and small-scale illustrations, as well as learning what it means to design sustainably. Since graduating from CCAD in 2018, Heidi has freelanced in graphic design and murals, working with clients across multiple industries. Murals have given her the opportunity to explore different painting styles and how to meet a variety of needs like interior and exterior work, and sign painting.

Painting has always been the cornerstone of her work, and Heidi continues to pursue opportunities locally and nationally.

Photo of Robert Robert A Coates

I work with clay, bronze, and mixed media. Some of my work has its roots in ancient cultures, in which natural atmospheric forces are often personified as gods and goddesses. For example, in ancient Greece, times of day, heavenly bodies, and the earth were embodied in mythical persona. My pieces speak of the beauty and flow of the natural world, and they reflect my concern for and love of the earth.

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Arris Cohen


Columbus, Ohio-based artist Arris’ J. Cohen (Sir’Ra) has been building a name for himself while selling personal pieces and commissions as well as producing live paintings with faith based groups such a Fearless Dialogues (Atlanta, Georgia). As the Visual Animator, he created two pieces in real time for the Candler School of Theology’s New Student Orientation at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.…

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Donna Coleman


Donna Coleman received her BFA, Honors, in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA in painting from CUNY Brooklyn College, New York. Her paintings have been exhibited extensively in Washington DC, her hometown, and in northeastern Ohio, her home since 2000. Venues include The Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA; Gallery K, Duke Ellington School for the Arts, New Horizons Gallery of Children’s Hospital, the offices of Senator Eleanor Holmes Norton, The Washington Project for the Arts, WDC; Firelands Association for the Visual Arts, The Baron Gallery of Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH; the HereHere Gallery, The Mather Gallery of Case Western Reserve University, the Dead Horse Gallery, Cleveland, OH; Antioch College’s Herndon Gallery, Yellow Springs, OH; The Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery, Columbus, OH; The Little Gallery, BGSU Firelands, Huron, OH; The River Gallery, Rocky River, OH The Sandusky Cultural Center, Carrington Arts, Sandusky, OH; and the Harris Stanton Gallery, Akron & Cleveland, OH.…

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IL State University School of Fine Art for BFA Concentrated in Painting and Printmaking and Minor in Studio Art Graduate in 2002

2002-2003 Taught for Heartland Community College/ Continuing Education in Bloomington IL

2004-2011 Taught Five non-consecutive years at the International Music and Fine Arts Camp in the International Peace Gardens, ND and Canada

Currently MFA Graduate Student at Ohio University School of Art and Design

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Hadley Conner


Hadley K Conner is a Cleveland based artist, educator, musician, and occasional mad scientist. She holds a BFA from Cleveland Institute of Art and a MAAE from the Art Academy of Cincinnati. A veteran art educator in the public and private sector, Hadley has been exhibiting her photographically-based artwork primarily at the local and regional level for over 30 years.

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Michael Coppage

Conceptual Artist

Michael Coppage is a conceptual artist using an interdisciplinary, dialectical approach to address social issues surrounding race and language. Originally from Chicago, He has lived and worked in Cincinnati since 2007. Coppage is the two-time recipient of Artswave’s Truth and Reconciliation grant, Ohio Pretrial Justice grant, and received Awesome Foundation grants in New York and Philadelphia.…

Photo of magicjack9174603214Atelier Béatrice Coron

Béatrice Coron explores visual storytelling and lived many stories. After briefly studying art and Mandarin Chinese in Lyon, Coron has been, among others, a shepherdess, truck driver, factory worker, cleaning lady and New York City tour guide. She has lived in France (her native country), Egypt, Mexico and China before moving to New York, where she reinvented herself as an artist.…

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Photo of Brittany Cosgrove

For me, art is a way to celebrate the beauty and intricacies of life and nature. I am a Columbus-based artist, muralist, teacher, and musician, and for the past few years my creative focus has been on painting with acrylics. My paintings often feature highly realistic details complimented by more abstract elements that represent sound and movement.…

Photo of Kim Covell Maurer

Kim is a Columbus based artist and educator working primarily in the medium of encaustic -a wax based process originating from ancient Greece. Her fascination with encaustics lies in its luminosity, translucence, unpredictability, and stubborn independence. It demands a high amount of physical labor and work that she deeply embraces.

Kim received her BA from the Ohio State University and her MA from the Art Academy in Cincinnati. She has shown locally and in Athens, Cincinnati, and Chicago.  She was awarded a Vermont Studio Center artist residency, the Ohio Art League’s Gateway to the Arts solo exhibition for the John Glenn International Airport  fine art gallery and an FCCFA commission for the permanent collection at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

When not in the studio or teaching, she prefers a walk in the woods and looking at the sky.

Photo of Cedric Michael Cox


Cedric Michael Cox, a renowned Cincinnati-based painter and muralist, is best known for his paintings and drawings that merge surrealism and representational abstraction. As a student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP), Cox was awarded a fellowship to study at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland.…

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