I first saw the artwork of Darren Haper online, and decided he was a Dayton artist I wanted to meet. Shortly after that I met the new Facility Coordinator at Rosewood Art Center, also named Darren, who was nice enough to help me carry my work into the Rosewood Gallery. I didn’t realize that these two Darren’s were the same person until I attended a show at the Dayton Visual Arts Center showcasing five young artists to watch in 2015. Continue reading
I first heard of Julie Beyer when she was the featured artist at the Ann Arbor Street Fair. Every summer, four art fairs are held in Ann Arbor at the same time. They attract more than 500,000 people.
The Ann Arbor Street Fair is the original of the four fairs and has often been named as the top art fair in the country. When I heard that the featured artist at this fair lived a few blocks from my home, I had to visit. Continue reading
Bridgette Bogle was born in Roswell, New Mexico – site of the famous alien UFO landings. Leaving Roswell, Bridgette studied art in Texas, Glasgow and Rome before coming to Ohio State. She now lives in Dayton and is a full time teacher in the Painting and Drawing area at Sinclair College.
For the last eight years, Bridgette has shared this beautiful house with her husband and fellow artist Francis Schanberger. Continue reading
Chloe is an artist from the small town of Russia, Ohio. She recently graduated from the University of Dayton, and has exhibited her artwork across the state of Ohio as well as in California and Massachusetts. When I contacted Chloe about photographing her at work, she told me she had recently moved into a studio in a farmhouse north of Dayton. Continue reading