Our newest exhibit in the Cleveland Convention Art Gallery is “Table for Two,” which highlights the legacies of local artists Harriet Moore Ballard and Patricia Zinsmeister Parker. The exhibit of 38 works opened on February 10 in the Convention Center Gallery and is presented by the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve.
The Center is pleased to continue spotlighting the talent of Northeast Ohio’s regional artists by inviting the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve as a guest exhibitor for the 2020 winter season. The mission of the Convention Center Gallery matches that of the Archives, a unique facility, and regional museum, founded by noted sculptor David E. Davis in 1996. Davis and other prominent regional artists felt that it was important to preserve Northeast Ohio’s irreplaceable artistic heritage.
The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve features the works of 84 Ohio artists with more than 10,000 works in its collection. The Archives proudly continues to enhance its role and that of its artists in the Ohio community.
The Cleveland Convention Center Art Gallery is located in the C2 Concourse and is open to the public Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.