Park National Bank Art Gallery
2018-19 Season Schedule
Mon - Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Gallery Summer Hours
Mon-Thur, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
The gallery is closed on University holidays. Hours are subject to change.
For more information call 513-558-ARTS (2787).
All exhibits and events are free and open to the public.
The gallery schedule is subject to change.
For more information, contact Community Arts at 513-558-ARTS (2787) or via email at email@example.com.
"Practice" by Clint Woods
March 4 - April 25; Reception April 9, 4-5 p.m.
Clint Woods is a Cincinnati-based painter and designer. He received his MFA in new media from the College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati and a BFA in printmaking from Northern Kentucky University. Woods has been featured in a handful of local and regional exhibitions and was the recipient of the Hemera Foundation’s 2014 Tending Space Fellowship.
“A work of art employs a triggering device — a call to seek and reflect — that makes conscious what has been buried in the unconscious, drawing the viewer into awareness,” Woods said about his work for “Practice.” “The work manifests as an offering. Through images and forms, I hope to share with others that which is formless — awe, wonder, pattern and connection.
"Abandoned" by Eric Anderson
Jan. 7 - Feb. 27, 2019
From photographer Eric Anderson: "An ongoing theme for my photography has been abandoned places. It started by just stopping and noticing the empty buildings that everyone else walked past, ignored, and forgot about. These forgotten places spoke to me and I wondered what they were like on the inside. Eventually I got brave enough to find a way in and I was inspired by what I found.
"The environments are often chaotic and overwhelming, so I find myself drawn to the simplicity of the small details. I now see beauty in the decay. It’s there if you just look close enough. These experiences have made me realize that life is more appealing once you stop judging things by how they were supposed to be and accept them how they actually are. It’s something I hope to do in other aspects of my life … and maybe I’m hoping other people will think that way about me."