‘Dancing in the Light: Masterworks from the Age of American Impressionism’
The Canton Museum of Art’s new exhibition features works from museums and collections in and around Ohio.
3 Questions: Eliese Goldbach
The author spent three years working at Cleveland’s ArcelorMittal plant, which she recounts in her debut book, ‘Rust: A Memoir of Steel and Grit.’
The Robinson-Shuba Commemorative Statue
This addition to Youngstown’s Wean Park immortalizes the famous handshake between baseball players George Shuba and Jackie Robinson.
Ohio Finds! Charley Harper ‘Wedding Feast’ Serigraph
The Cincinnati artist is beloved for his minimalistic, nature-inspired works. The originals are pricey, but limited-edition prints of his work are more accessible.
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The Ohio Art Corridor
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Secret Ohio: The Damascus Room
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