Past Art Exhibitions

The Frank Museum of Art >
Wed – Su: 11a – 3p
39 S. Vine Street

Miller Gallery >
Mon – Fri: 8a – 4p
Sa – Su: 1p – 4p
33 Collegeview Rd

Fisher Gallery >
Mon – Su: 9a – 9p
27 S. Grove Street

Stichweh Gallery >
Mon – Su: 9a – 9p
33 Collegeview Road

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Andrew Ina: Unintended Consequences


Posts - March 1, 2021
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > January 19 - May 7, 2021 Reception: Friday, March 5, 2021; 5 – 7pSign up for the reception and other updates or contact 614.823.1792 Andrew Ina employs common symbols placed in unorthodox arrangements to create contradictions on the surface of his paintings. By subverting their intended function, the symbols are reduced to their formal elements, becoming patterns that are familiar, but devoid of their original meaning. The work stems from his struggle…

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Kyle & Kelly Phelps: On(c)es Forgotten


Posts - November 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > August 26 - December 4, 2020 Reception: Thursday, October 22, 2020; 5 – 7p Updates and reception sign-up: here or contact 614.823.1792 How are people made visible in our communities, our country, and our world? What gives people voice and makes them feel heard when they historically have been ignored, left behind, or oppressed? The On(c)es Forgotten exhibition asks such questions through the expressive realism of Kyle and Kelly Phelps’ ceramic mixed…

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Nicholas Hill: 2(4)/7


Posts - November 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > August 24 - December 18, 2020Reception: Thursday, October 8, 2020; 5 – 7pUpdates and reception sign-up: here or contact 614.823.1792 The exhibition 2(4)/7 celebrates the art and twenty-three-year career at Otterbein University of Professor Nicholas Hill, through the prints, paintings, collages, and mixed media works made during his highly productive artist residencies in India, Chile, Germany, and Japan. The artist’s cultural and aesthetic immersions are visible through seven series of artwork that…

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Magda Parasidis: Ghosts in Sunlight


Posts - November 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > August 24 - December 4, 2020Reception: Friday, September 4, 2020; 5 – 8pMiller GalleryUpdates and reception sign-up: here or contact 614.823.1792 In the conceptual project Ghosts in Sunlight, Magda Parasidis reimagines the urban ghetto she has known as home as a space of poetic revelation. She transforms the housing projects from structures of oppression into the sites of ecstatic nighttime reveries of memory and resistance. Her work considers the connections between the…

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Valentino Dixon: Journey to Freedom


Posts - November 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > October 15 - December 4, 2020 Exhibition extended to Friday, January 29, 2021 CREATIVITY AS INSPIRATION & HEALING A Public Interview with Valentino Dixon Artist, Exoneree, Smart Justice, and Art Therapy Advocate January 28, 2021 at 4p Register for this free event here Otterbein Alumnus, co-founder of  Parable Coffee, and Board member for Healing Broken Circles Ben Willis '14 will interview artist and exoneree Valentino Dixon and his daughter Valentina Dixon '14 about the artist's…

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2nd Annual Juried High School Art Exhibition


Posts - September 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > This exhibition supports and promotes the visual arts in Ohio and the contiguous states by providing High School students with an opportunity to experience the competitive jurying process and to professionally exhibit their artwork. Students talent is also recognized through cash awards and educational scholarships. Jonathan Juravich, JurorRaegan McCormack, Student Curator Opening Online November 9, 2020 Live zoom reception & awards ceremony:Thursday November 19, 2020 at 7:00 pmClick here to attend the…

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Youdhisthir Maharjan: Toils of Delight


Posts - March 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > January 15 - April 25, 2020 Reception: canceled (see below for more information) Through hand labor, repetition, and a drop into endless time, conceptual printmaker Youdhisthir Maharjan makes meaning and connection as he intentionally deconstructs and weaves text-based artworks. Toils of Delight especially recalls the Newars, indigenous people of Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley, who are renowned for their artistry and its relationship to place-making and festival cycles. Cancellations Due to COVID-19 Prevention As…

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Anita Maharjan: Interwoven


Posts - March 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > January 13 - May 3, 2020 Reception: Friday, January 24, 5p – 8p Artist remarks begin at 6:30p Interwoven is an exhibition of three-dimensional woven installations that merges traditional Nepali weaving methods with contemporary western materiality. The weaving style and materials reflect the artist’s multicultural identity. The work portrays both cultures, woven together into something new and different, yet somehow familiar. Location and Hours Fisher GalleryRoush Hall27 S. Grove StreetWesterville, OH 43081…

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Jim Bowling: Provocateur


Posts - March 1, 2020
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > January 13 - February 14, 2020 Reception: Thursday, January 16, 4:30p – 6:30p There is a long history of the visual artist as storyteller. In this sabbatical exhibition, Jim Bowling explores the interconnection of surface and form to create narratives addressing themes ranging from personal experience to political criticism. Location and Hours Miller GalleryArt & Communication Building33 Collegeview RoadWesterville, OH 43081 M - F 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.Sa & Su 1…

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Jun Kaneko: Dot in Space


Posts - November 1, 2019
Current Art Exhibitions > Past Art Exhibitions > August 28 - December 6 Reception: Friday, October 25, 3:30p - 5:30p Renowned for his monumental sculptures, massive public installations, and dramatic theatre designs, Jun Kaneko’s art is immediate and often mind-boggling. Dot in Space invites audiences into a more intimate conversation with the artist’s work, as it pays homage to stillness and space—two essential aspects of Kaneko’s art and process from which his gesture and mark-making emerge. The exhibition features dango,…

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