ARTISTS

CONTEMPORARY

Michael Canning
Lynne Clibanoff
Amze Emmons
Steven Ford
David Kelso
David Shapiro
Rachel Selekman
Donald Teskey
Shelley Thorstensen
Cheryl Warrick
New Artists

MODERN

Fred Becker
Morris Blackburn
Stanley William Hayter
Paul Keene
Thomas Lias
Helen Phillips
Judith Rothschild
Benton M. Spruance
Dox Thrash

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Dexter Davis

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Dexter Davis (b. 1965, Cleveland, OH) is a graduate of the Cleveland Institue of Art.
His collages have been exhibited at Cleveland State University, CACP Gallery, William Busta Gallery, and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
2016 exhibitions include WINTER at the International Print Center, New York, which will travel to the galleries at Hamline College in St Paul MN. Dexter’s next solo exhibition is in the Student Galleries, Kent State University, in September, 2016.
His works are in the collections of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Art Association, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland Artists’ Archives and Progressive Corporation.

 


 

Nona Hershey

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Nona Hershey

Nona Hershey's (b. 1946, New York, NY) work is included in public and corporate collections around the world, including the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; MFA, Boston; Library of Congress; Fogg Museum; Yale University Art Gallery; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; the Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC; Crakow National Museum; and the Calcografia Nazionale, Rome.
She has had more than 20 solo exhibitions including the Morris Gallery at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia. She has won residency awards at the Asillah Forum Foundation, Morocco; Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ireland; MacDowell Colony, NH; Ucross Foundation, WY; and the Vermont Studio Center.
She taught at Tyler School of Art in Rome for 12 years and at Temple University’s program in Tokyo, Japan. Nona Hershey is Professor of the Printmaking Department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design