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The Timeless Art of Wildlife Illustrator Charley Harper

The artist was known for his highly stylized illustrations of creatures great and small.

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How Hawkes Crystal Keeps a Unique Glass-Cutting Tradition Alive

Aidan Scully is one of three artists in the nation who cuts glass using a time-honored method. His Tiffin showroom offers insight into his craft as well as his ties to pioneering glass artist Thomas Hawkes.

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The Epic Illustrations of Artist Matt Kish

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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Jack Pine Studio’s Beautiful Glass Pumpkins

Southeast Ohio-based artist Jack Pine crafts these pieces in the form of one of the most recognizable symbols of the harvest season.

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Ohio Finds: Tom Wesselmann “Blonde Vivienne” Print

Born in Cincinnati in 1931, Tom Wesselmann became internationally known for his pop art depictions of female nudes.

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Rabbit + Rain, Sandusky

Jewelry-maker Stephanie Sanders-Jacob’s Rabbit + Rain line of earrings merges a technological creative process with inspiration that plays to her passions.

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Art Takes Flight

Before John James Audubon, there was Alexander Wilson. The Toledo Museum of Art showcases its complete set of his nine-volume masterpiece in a new exhibition.

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‘A Mile and a Half of Lines: The Art of James Thurber’

A Columbus Museum of Art exhibition examines how native son James Thurber changed the face of American cartooning during the first half of the 20th century.

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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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Old Soul Studio, Chillicothe

Allison Meade scours junkyards and shops to find discarded car parts for her art.

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Life’s Work

Columbus painter Michael Weisel shares family memories on canvas at the Zanesville Museum of Art.

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Portrait of America

The Dayton Art Institute showcases the talent of Norman Rockwell.

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The Art of William Kortlander

Lancaster's Decorative Arts Center of Ohio highlights the pioneering Ohio artist.

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Reinventing Rockwell

Youngstown’s Butler Institute of American Art features Maggie Meiners’ playful photographic makeovers of some of Norman Rockwell’s famous images.

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Visions of America

The Akron Art Museum marks the National Park Service centennial with photographs of our public lands and historic places.

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‘Triceracopter’ and ‘Self-Portrait,’ Cincinnati

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

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Jennifer Rosengarten: Gardens and Ponds

The Yellow Springs artist’s landscapes are featured at the Springfield Museum of Art from April 22 through Jan. 7.

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Toledo Symphony Presents ‘Our National Parks’

The symphony teams with Los Angeles-based photochoreography artists Westwater Arts for a visual feast of a performance.

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Land & Sea: Visions of New England

See an exhibition of more than two dozen works by artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries at the Kennedy Museum of Art.

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‘A Story of Flying: 20 Years of Passion Works’

Ohio University’s Kennedy Museum of Art hosts an exhibition featuring works from the acclaimed Athens studio for artists with developmental differences.

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