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On View: Jason K. Milburn, Waiting Room Love Seat, 2016, graphite, ink and collage on paper.
Locus of Transition: Works by Jason Milburn and Laila Voss, 7.15.16 - 9.2.16 a day ago via Facebook
Celebrating the founding of the City of Cleveland 220 years ago on this day in 1796.
OBJECT SPOTLIGHT, On View: Paul Kucharyson (1914-1977), E. Superior, about 1885, c. 1935-39, Etching on paper, Gift of Joan Tomkins and William Busta
Born in Utica, New York, artist Paul Kucharyson came to Cleveland in order to attend the Cleveland School of Art and decided to remain in the area. Known for his etchings of historical images, Kucharyson was part of the Society of Fine Arts, Cleveland and was employed by the WPA with the Federal Art Project. In 1938, the artist garnered a second prize win in the Cleveland Museum of Art’s May Show for his work. Kucharyson’s prints fit directly into the WPA’s aim to depict American scenes. The artist alongside various other Cleveland artists depicted scenes of the Cuyahoga River, industrial Flats area, and blue-collar workers that appealed to popular tastes because of its familiarity. 7 days ago via Facebook