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Le Puy by Alice Schille

Seeing Alice Schille's Watercolors in a New Light

The Columbus Museum of Art's exhibition, In a New Light: Alice Schille and the American Watercolor Movement, showcases the Columbus native’s work from her very beginning through her final years on the occasion of her 150th birthday. In honor of Schille's outstanding contributions to Ohio art, we take a look back through the Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery archives to see how these watercolors change the way we view the world around us.
Future Truth and Present Circumstance by Emily Sullivan Smith, 2018, glass beads, nylon thread, raw silk, muslin, stone, 30

The Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery Presents Natural Expressions: A Student Curated Exhibition

Focused on artwork inspired by and concerned with nature, this exhibition is curated by four high school students with guidance by Erin Shapiro, curator at Springfield Museum of Art.
Thread Count: The Intersection of Mathematics and Fiber Arts postcard

Fiber Arts in the Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery

The Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery will open its newest exhibition, Thread Count: The Intersection of Mathematics and Fiber Arts, on Thursday, May 2. This exhibition features work by 13 contemporary fiber artists from the state of Ohio. These artists have created work featuring a variety of materials, shapes, and sizes.

Contemporary Diptychs and Triptychs on Display in the OAC Riffe Gallery

Contemporary diptychs and triptychs are on display in the gallery's current exhibition, "Duo Trio: Contemporary Diptychs and Triptychs by 14 Ohio Artists."

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