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Appalachian Artistry

Four traditional artists share the stories behind their work.

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Elijah Pierce: An American Journey

The Columbus artist’s carvings reflected his faith and offered a commentary on the world in which he lived. The Canton Museum of Art hosts a retrospective of his work through March 4.

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“Lines/Edges: Frank Stella on Paper” at Pizzuti Collection

Columbus art collector Ron Pizzuti became familiar with Frank Stella’s work in the 1970s. His museum features a selection of the artist’s vibrant compositions through April 29.

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Pattern Recognition

Kent textile artist Janice Lessman-Moss mixes tradition with technology to create her intricate and beautiful designs.

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Folk Artist Grandma Moses

A Dayton exhibition highlights the woman who went from farm wife to celebrated artist at age 79.

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Different Drumm

Artist Don Drumm works in materials that are more commonly associated with the factory floor than the art gallery.

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Fashioned by Flame

The Toledo Museum of Art honors the medium it helped launch with “Fired Up: Contemporary Glass by Women Artists.”

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The Art of Alphonse Mucha

The artist depicted beautiful women and elegant lines in clever, highly prized advertisements. The Dayton Art Institute features 75 of his works through Dec. 31.

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A Different Dimension

Brent Kee Young's artistry is reflected in his intricate glass forms.

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Ode to Ohio

Columbus artist Michael McEwan paints his central Ohio surroundings.

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Favorite Son

Columbus celebrates the talent of artist George Bellows.

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Shape and Form

The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio spotlights 100 pieces from artist Tim Frederich’s personal pottery collection.

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Points of Light

British artist Bruce Munro brings illuminated installations and gallery pieces to Columbus.

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Epic Art

Artist Matt Kish is hooked on the classics, capturing Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick” in more than 500 thought-provoking illustrations.

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Creative Outlet

The Canton Arts District is home to collaborative artists who embrace individuality.

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A Cut Above

Artist Mary Gaynier’s intricate snowflake-like designs infuse a sense of humor into the traditional craft.

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‘A Garden of Wonders’ in Toledo

The Toledo Botanical Garden hosts an exhibition of more than 100 stone sculptures created by Zimbabwean artists.

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‘Triceracopter’ and ‘Self-Portrait’

Patricia Renick’s artistic legacy resides in the University of Cincinnati’s Walter C. Langsam Library.

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Imagination at Work

Artist and curator Dan Chudzinski brings whimsy and wonder to the world’s first collection of original artwork from children’s picture books.

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Three Voices: Conversations on Life & Conflict

Lancaster’s Decorative Arts Center of Ohio presents an exhibition highlighting the works of three very different Ohio artists.

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