The Weston Art Gallery's mission is to present and support the visual arts of the Tri-state region through exhibitions and special programs. Its objectives are to foster an awareness and appreciation of the visual arts among area residents and to support the development of professional and emerging artists of the region.
One of the most sought after exhibition venues in the region, the Cincinnati Arts Association's Weston Art Gallery is acclaimed for its eclectic mix of emerging and professional artists presented in museum-quality environs in the heart of downtown Cincinnati's restaurant and theater district. With galleries on two levels and 3,500 square feet of exhibition space, the Weston serves as a staging ground for the most intriguing visual art by local, national and internationally recognized artists working in all media. Gallery visitors can see the latest artist projects, collaborations, site-specific installations, and new commissions as well as traditional work by the area's finest exemplars.
The Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery is the premier visual art space in Cincinnati dedicated to local and regional artists with an established network of support for the myriad challenges of artists' exhibiting and professional needs.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Cincinnati Gateway sculpture created as the entry to Cincinnati’s Bicentennial Commons in 1988, award winning artist and sculptor Andrew Leicester 'Minneapolis, MN' returns to create a new work that…Read More »
Cincinnati native and Brooklyn based multimedia artist Rachel Rampleman presents a survey of her documentary and experimental video work featuring single and multi channel installations from the last decade. Best known for her bodies of work that…Read More »
Organized by the Cincinnati chapters of the American Institute of Architects and the Society for Design Administration, Canstruction is an international design and build competition of the architecture and engineering industry that unites the love…Read More »
Dominic Guarnaschelli (Louisville, KY) draws inspiration from the fields of natural history, religion, education, and museological display. Through an array of sculptural and image-based work, he produces an evocative environment that recalls a…Read More »
The materials with which artists choose to engage have long reflected their particular understanding of the complex consequences of art as commodity. So what does it mean for artists to continue to create objects that will likely outlive their…Read More »
Signature Scheurer: A Retrospective of the Works of Michael ScheurerIn a career spanning more than forty years, Michael Scheurer (Cincinnati, OH) has developed a unique aesthetic of sumptuous and richly worked collages which complements his…Read More »
DPMT7 is a Cincinnati-based architecture/design collective led by Vincent Sansalone of the University of Cincinnatiâ€™s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning along with Ryan Ball, Kory Beighle, Sean Cottengim, Nicholas Germann, Whitney…Read More »
The earth’s landscape and the natural forces that inexorably altered it over millennia inspired Donald Kelley’s (New Richmond, OH) use of diverse materials including dry-powdered clay formed by hand onto steel plates of varying sizes and…Read More »
Elena Dorfman (Los Angeles, CA) painstakingly creates complex multilayered photographs that chronicle the Los Angeles River, the banks of which were home to the early settlers of the western metropolis. In 1938, the river was encased in concrete to…Read More »
Inspired by the punk band Black Flag’s influential 1981 song of the same name, artist, independent curator, and Cincinnati native Todd Pavlisko (Boston, MA) will present two multifaceted exhibitions that examine the varied experience of…Read More »
Long before she became the Weston Art Gallery’s founding director (1995-98), Salli LoveLarkin was an integral member of and catalyst for the Cincinnati arts community. Her background in painting, drawing, collage, video, and performance, along…Read More »
Organized by the Cincinnati chapters of the American Institute of Architects and the Society for Design Administration, Canstruction® is an international design/build competition of the architecture and engineering industry that unites the love…Read More »
Sidereal Silence (from “sidereal,” meaning relating to, or expressed in relation to stars or constellations), is a multilevel, multimedia installation by environmental artist Shinji Turner-Yamamoto (Cincinnati, OH) that recreates…Read More »
Christian Schmit’s (Lakeside Park, KY) intimate and intricately constructed sculptures allude to the secret and obsessive activities of unseen characters. Each character is in the process of creating a life’s work, a magnum opus, though…Read More »
In a new series of enigmatic paintings and prints, Dennison W. Griffith (Columbus, OH), artist and past president of the Columbus College of Art and Design, explores surreal landscapes populated by a cast of colorful and biomorphic…Read More »
Co-curated by Carolyn Speranza (Pittsburgh, PA) and Christopher Hoeting (Cincinnati, OH), Too Shallow for Diving brings the age-old conflict between man and nature to contemporary art through the examination of our relationship with water. Through a…Read More »
Nellie Leaman Taftâ€™s death in December 2012 revealed the breadth of her contributions as an accomplished artist who produced a significant body of work throughout a fifty-year career, and as a generous philanthropist providing support through her…Read More »
Melissa Vogley Woods (Columbus, Ohio) manipulates found materials and abandoned sites in a variety of ways to create new meaning and visual relationships. Incorporating the materials and scale of a house and all its innate characteristics, Woods…Read More »
In a new series of digital photographs, Joel Whitaker (Dayton, Ohio) investigates the ebb and flow of the urban environment and the idea of the city as a living organism undergoing constant change. Whitaker considers the city and the photographic…Read More »