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The Free Stamp, Cleveland

After getting rejected twice, a now-iconic piece of public art found a home in Willard Park in 1991.

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Floodwall Murals, Portsmouth ​

This southern Ohio city’s dozens of downtown murals depict scenes from local history reaching back centuries.

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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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Garden of Inspiration

The Toledo Museum of Art transports visitors to Paris with art tied to the city’s famous public green space.

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‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern’ in Cleveland

A new Cleveland Museum of Art exhibition delves into the connections between the paintings, personal style and public persona of iconic artist Georgia O’Keeffe.

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Field of Corn (With Osage Oranges)

This public art piece in Dublin pays tribute to central Ohio’s agricultural roots.

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Inside the Lines

The Westerville Public Library stocks up on coloring books for adults.

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Winged Wonder

The Cincinnati public library shares its rare version of John James Audubon's "Birds of America" with the world.

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Christmas Cheer

Ralphie and his Red Ryder BB Gun cemented Cleveland’s Public Square, Higbee’s department store and a Tremont neighborhood home in pop culture.

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Superman in Cleveland

The Cleveland Public Library hosts an exhibition that delves into the Ohio origins and cultural influence of the world’s most famous superhero.

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The Art of Robert McCloskey

The Cincinnati Art Museum hosts a summer exhibition of works from Hamilton native’s lovingly illustrated picture books.

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Still Lifes: Artist Jason Morgan

A Springfield Museum of Art exhibition showcases the painter’s alluring and mysterious works.

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Artistic Blueprint

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights works by Thomas Cole, a painter who went on to become one of the architects of the Ohio Statehouse.

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Art for All

At the height of the Great Depression, artists banded together to offer hope through their work.

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Faces of the Heartland

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights Ohioan James R. Hopkins’ innovative early 20th-century paintings depicting the Cumberland mountaineers of Kentucky.

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Ode to Ohio

Columbus artist Michael McEwan paints his central Ohio surroundings.

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Ritual Reflections

A key acquisition by the Cincinnati Art Museum prompts an exhibition of works by native Ohioan and painter Elizabeth Nourse.

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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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Creating History

Miami University Art Museum’s “Telling a People’s Story: African-American Children’s Illustrated Literature” features 130 works published during the past 50 years.

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A Fresh Vision

The Cleveland Museum of Art’s “Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s” showcases works created during the dawn of the artist’s career.

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