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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-728-6140 or Katie Davis, artist programs coordinator, at email@example.com or 614-728-4421.
Laura Donnelly is currently creating in her private studio and is a resident artist at Market Street Art Spot in Minerva. She received her Master of Arts in Education Degree at Walsh University and her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Kent State University. She has taught art in area public and private schools for over 35 years and as an adjunct professor at Malone and Walsh University. Her work has won a variety of awards in the area and has won state recognition from a national contest. Most of her current work, created from stoneware clay, consists of functional ware with some sculptural pieces that reflect a personal theme.
Eileen Doughty founded Doughty Designs in 1991. Her work is in private, public and corporate collections, including the John Wilson Building (City Hall) in Washington, DC, and Amazon Web Services in Herndon, Virginia, and has been exhibited on five continents. She is a volunteer docent for the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC.
I create award winning artwork. Specializing in pin-ups, paintings and portraits, my goal is to candidly capture the personality of each subject. I love visual flow that entices the eyes and engages the mind. My work has been featured in a variety of venues, publications, books and album covers. Check it out at joyduffy.zenfolio.com
Jack Earley was born and raised in Xenia OH, and has lived in New York, California, Arizona, Minnesota and North Dakota. He has lived in Ohio (again) since 1994. He started his professional art career in 1986, having over 40 art galleries across the United States handling his work, with many one-man shows/openings and group shows. …
I paint on site and in the studio, I use sketches from life and Memory, and I employ both reference photographs and imaginary elements.…
Elizabeth Emery is a multidisciplinary artist working in various mediums and across genres. Her sculptures and paintings reference movement, gravity, and the experience of the body in chaotic surroundings. Her work has been exhibited at museums and galleries across the United States including Museum of Modern Art Cleveland, Hammond Harkins Gallery, and Bunnell Arts Gallery in Alaska.…
Timothy Geiger is the author of the poetry collections Weatherbox, (winner of the 2019 Vern Rutsala Poetry Prize from Cloudbank Books), The Curse of Pheromones (Main Street Rag, 2008) and Blue Light Factory (Spoon River Poetry Press, 1999) and ten chapbooks, most recently Holler (APoGee Press 2021). He is also the proprietor of the literary fine-press Aureole Press at the University of Toledo, where he is a professor in the Department of English Language and Literature teaching creative writing, poetry, and letterpress printing.
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Hi, I’m Lindsay an artist residing in Defiance, Ohio. I create pop art type paintings and do commercial photography for any type of print.
Scott Goss is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores various mediums including public art, sculpture, installations, and glass. Scott has completed numerous public art projects and commissions, including an interactive illuminated sculpture for Worthington Yards Apartments in downtown Cleveland, a gateway project for the city of Shaker Heights, OH, a viewing platform for the Cleveland Conventions Bureau, and a glass panel project for Summa Hospital in Akron, OH.…
Paul Graham is an award winning photographer working in 35mm color and black & white photography, as well as color, black & white, and sepia digital photography. He focuses on no specific subject matter, though there is a theme of photographing the everyday world in his work. He is most interested in the qualities of light, while trying to capture those real moments in time, and trying to show different perspectives for everyday scenes or objects. …
David Griggs is a Denver-based artist who has completed over 60 commissioned works of art throughout the United States. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Masters Degree in Fine Arts. He has worked in many capacities in the arts, including gallery manager, museum preparator, and studio artist. For the last 30 years he has been self-employed as a Public Artist, designing and building work for Percent For Art, Public Art, and Private commissions. Recent commissions include projects for Anchorage, Boulder, Chicago, Dallas, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Madison, San Antonio, Santa Fe, Stockton, Toronto, and Washington. Increasingly he has become involved in projects that require not only designing and building Public Art, but also Public Art planning, strategizing and advocacy. Griggs lives and works in a 140-year-old building in Denver’s burgeoning Santa Fe Arts District.
Dana Grubbe is a central Ohio artist known for her contemporary abstracts. She works in oil and cold wax, in repurposed house paint and in encaustic. Her work, which vibrates with color, texture, and metal leaf, can be found in the Museum of Encaustic Art in Santa Fe. She is represented by Hayley Gallery in New Albany. Dana has a studio and teaches art workshops at 400 West Rich.
Kari Gunter-Seymour’s award winning photography has been published nationally in The Sun Magazine, Light Journal, Looking at Appalachia, Storm Cellar Quarterly, Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Vine Leaves Journal and Appalachian Review. She is a 9th generation Appalachian. Her work is firmly and unapologetically attached to her home soil, and is an examination of the long-lasting effects of stereotype and false narratives surrounding Appalachians.
Tina Currently teaches at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and has been guest lecturer at the University of Cincinnati DAAP,CCM and at Xavier University. Tina’s work has been widely exhibited, at FotoFocus 2020,2018 and 2016 at The Cincinnati YWCA, Washington Park Art Gallery, Kennedy Heights arts Center, The Art Academy, Xavier University Northern Kentucky University and other spaces.…
Mark Yale Harris realized his true passion – stone carving – in the 1990s. Having moved to Santa Fe, he was mentored by sculptors Bill Prokopiof (Aleut) and Doug Hyde (Nez Perce). Over the past twenty years, Harris has unrelentingly challenged and reveled in his creative side. Harris’ works in alabaster, marble, limestone and bronze express his perspective on the inherent duality in mans’ essence.…
Resides in Toledo Ohio and has taught art for over 20 years. In 1994 and 1997 two pieces were selected by a juried show and displayed by the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo titled, “In My Mind” and “Sunday Best”. Later, ten of her pieces hung in the mayor’s office during black history month in 2001, and as an artist of the month for the Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women located at the University of Toledo in 2016. Her most recent piece titled “Beautiful” gained the honor of being displayed in the governor’s mansion in Columbus Ohio representing visual arts for women veterans in August of 2018.
She attended Capella University, American Intercontinental University, Lourdes University, Davis Junior College, and has completed research towards an EdD graphing the connection of technology, fine arts and core subjects.
Having an entrepreneur spirit prompted her to create “Art by Jacqueline” a freelance illustrating company specializing in a variety of artistic services. Loving art at the age of six has guided her on a path dedicated to using art in many ways to promote therapeutic creativity, education, a sense of community, fun, and visual enjoyment.
With a background in metal work of more than 47 years, I turned my skills to sculpture in 1999. Working primarily with Stainless Steel and Aluminum, my works are held in both private and public collections. I have exhibited extensively in northeast as well as in Ohio and Michigan. The featured artist at Sculpture Fest 2014/15 in Woodstock, Vermont, I am a member of the New England Sculptors Association.
Ted is a 30-year veteran of the Columbus, Ohio music scene – playing with Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments, Moviola, Jenny Mae Leffel, and others. Moviola was formed in 1993 and was his main focus, producing record after single after record for the next 10 years. He started out on drums and then moved to bass for their later records.…
In his paintings, Rod Hayslip focuses on the visual richness of people and places. He seeks the narratives of life where every element of human diversity can be found woven together—in the cities. These rhythms of everyday life are fused to the visual patterns of movement and light.
Hayslip utilizes pigments in oils, acrylics and latex—often on the same piece—to paint highly orchestrated urban scenes. The line between painter and theatrical producer seems to blur as he stages his lead actors and supporting cast. He frequently choses high, almost aerial, vantage points for his compositions. These created stories assume a life of their own once they leave the studio as each following viewer imagines a narrative of their own making.
Rod Hayslip received a Bachelor of Art Education from the Ohio State University. He is a nationally awarded contemporary artist who has studied with Pheoris West, Mark Gingrich and Jerry Weiss. Hayslip is also a signature member of the American Impressionist Society. He currently resides in Delaware County, Ohio.