11000 Pleasant Valley Road
Parma, Ohio 44130
West is located on the 2nd Floor of the Campus Library in the
central Galleria Building. Gallery hours are: Monday-Thursday,
8am-10pm; Friday, 8am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-4 pm.
West offers 5-7 exhibitions per year in an expansive, contemplative
environment. The focus is on contemporary work by professional local
artists across diverse mediums, discovering conceptual connections
among artists, fostering the relationship between artist and
community, and hosting an annual juried student show.
information contact the Gallery West Office at (216) 987-5322
Barbara Chira and
Sharlene Green at (216) 987-5056.
30 - October 16, 2004: Drawing Faculties
Bringing together the work of full-time college art faculty who
have been at the core of the BA/BFA Drawing and Printmaking
Programs in Cleveland: David L. Deming, Pat Fallon, Frank C.
Frate, Paul Jacklitch, Marvin Jones, Julie Langsam, Ken Nevadomi,
Russ Revock, Charles Tucker, Gerald Vandevier, Ralph Woehrman,
Reception: Saturday, September 11, 1-3 pm
Lecture: Saturday, October 2, 1-3 pm, Building A, Room A225.
FREE. "Ambivalent Drawing," by Ralph Woehrman, Full Professor
and Chairperson, Drawing and Printmaking Department, Cleveland
Institute of Art, retired. This event co-sponsored by The
Cleveland Institute of Art.
Steve Ziebarth, Male Nude Reclining
Ralph Woehrman, Red Car, Red Car (detail)
October 25 - December 11, 2004
Under the Big Top
Old time circus costumes, props, posters, photographs, and other
memorabilia from the collection of The Massillon Museum. Scenic
design for this exhibition provided by students in the Art
Department, Cuyahoga Community College, Western Campus. Bring
your camera for some very interesting photo opportunities!
Annual Faculty Exhibition
This year's exhibition of works by Art/Visual Communication &
Design faculty will be hosted in late fall at Gallery East,
Tri-C/East, schedule to be announced. For more information,
visit the Gallery East website at
January 24 - February 26, 2005
Estimating Terrain Geometry: Interpreting Place
Joint exhibition of paintings by Jack McWhorter and ceramic
sculpture by Beth Lindenberger, considering the concept of
"place" through literal and abstract viewpoints, using
references to elements drawn from landscape and architecture.
Public Reception: To be announced.
February 28 - April 9, 2005
Paintings by William Chill try to capture the experience of the
contemporary urban environment by interpreting its unique forms,
rhythms, and space, while Pam Gilliland's landscapes are framed
in sweeping engineered structures, masses of wires and
fabricated grids filtering her view of the land and sky.
Reception: Thursday, March 10, 7-9 pm
18 - June 18, 2005
2005 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
Juried works in all media by students in Tri-C/West's Art and
Visual Communication & Design Programs. Student entry forms with
complete instructions and a detailed calendar of deadlines
available in late March.
27 - July 30, 2005
To be announced.