October 21 – December 1, 2019 About the artist: The son of two artists, Aaron has been drawing and painting since he was 16 years […]
About the artist Carrie Williams’ paintings are an eclectic mix spanning the natural to the fantastical, usually incorporating bright colors, bold textures, and evocative motion. […]
July 22–August 30, 2019 Born and raised in Cleveland, Michael resides with his wife and three kids. A husband and father first, a pastor, author, […]
Deviate From Balance by John Wiese Showing June 1–July 15 Photocopied paper collage on wood; 6 paint jars and 6 balloons Listen to an interview […]
Aleya Robinson Showing March 2019 Artist Bio: As a child, I loved to discover and create things using anything I could find. I would create […]
Kathryn grew up in a family with many creative artists/craftsmen in it and has fond childhood memories of receiving informal painting lessons from her aunt and […]
September 2018 A collection of art by some of Heights Libraries’ very own talented staff! Featured mediums include painting, collage, digital illustration, and more.
In this exhibit, clients focus on nature and its healing properties, and explore how nature can affect our lives in a positive way.
Local artist and educator Donna Marie Przybojewski displays 35 original acrylic, oil, and watercolor paintings depicting Henry David Thoreau in various natural settings throughout the country.
Cleveland-based artist Menachem Kushnersky (Max Kusher) displays his beautiful oil paintings, watercolors, and graphics.
Local Cleveland Heights artist and 40-year resident Bob (Robert) Jones will be displaying his life-long work of oil on canvas paintings at the Lee Road gallery.
“Just feeling free and thinking free, and expressing it.”
For the past several years, Judie Vegh has been capturing local and national musical talent through her camera lens, documenting a broad expanse of musical genres.
An interactive, library curated exhibit centered around Jacqueline Woodson’s Brown Girl Dreaming.
Heights Libraries Centennial Poster Art Exhibition.
Children and adults’ interpretation of wild dolphins and orcas using paint, crayons, and markers.
Participants in New Avenues Art Therapy Program have created original artwork for this exciting project, “CreateAbility: Exploring Ave. ART.”
Multimedia Exhibit by Adam Brodsky, Ben Gulyas, and Jim Lang
Diane Walker Art Exhibit: Domestic Disturbance
A visual exploration inspired by walking the Lee Road neighborhood: a dark night is made bright by street lights, moonlight, and lit windows.
Paintings done by young library visitors, without the use of paintbrushes
Local artists explore and celebrate LGBTQ life here in Cleveland through photography, collage, and painting.
Local artists age 32-90 display original representational drawings and paintings.
Reaching Heights – Exceptional Arts Exhibition
These pieces were created by a group of senior artists who attend classes taught by local artist Kate Uhlir