Art by Maria C. Pelissier January, 2023 Artist’s Statement: Maria C. Pelissier My life began as an artist when I was pulled out of fourth […]
Through His Lens: Images by Samuel Norton, Jr. October 29 – November 28, 2022 Artist’s Statement: Samuel Norton, Jr. My life with photography began at […]
Waiting, by Cynthia Tassio September 1 – 30, 2022 What do we wait for and how do we wait? I began to contemplate the concept […]
Jaz Art: Paintings by Jazmin Johnson July 1 – July 31, 2022
Through the Gate… A Collection of Textile Collages May 4 – May 30, 2022 About the Artist: Boni Suzanne Gelfand Every piece of my art […]
March 19 – April 29, 2022 About the artist Kathryn grew up in a family with many creative arts and craftsmen and received encouragement to […]
Lake Erie Ink is a writing space that has been working for 10 years to build a creative youth community. In the summer of 2021, […]
Telling a People’s Story is a museum-quality exhibit celebrating the African-American experience through art found within the pages of African-American children’s picture books. Organized by […]
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. […]
September 3 – 13, 2019 Kwesiagyare, as he is known by his signature, is one of Ghana’s prominent artists. His experience with various forms of media […]
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 […]
April 15 – May 17, 2019 Elementary, middle, and high school students from Cleveland Heights and University Heights’ public schools display their art throughout Heights […]
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 […]
November 2018 Celebrating the Arts in many art mediums with a rhythm and flow that can be expressed in the partnerships of visual arts. Painting […]
September 2018 A collection of art by some of Heights Libraries’ very own talented staff! Featured mediums include painting, collage, digital illustration, and more.
Local artist Sharon Dingess displays original paintings and paper mâché at Heights Libraries this August.
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.
Elementary, middle, and high school students from Cleveland Heights and University Heights’ public schools display their art throughout Heights Libraries’ Lee Road branch.
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.
This lively, exuberant exhibit showcases the talents of children grades K – 12 in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District
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.
Juli is attracted to the peculiar, the geometric, the humorous, and words. She attempts to put them together in amusing ways.
Kate Atherton celebrates the library’s centennial by exploring the last 100 years of literature.
Heights Libraries Centennial Poster Art Exhibition.
More than 300 works of art created by CH-UH students in grades K-12.
Children and adults’ interpretation of wild dolphins and orcas using paint, crayons, and markers.
All Lives Matter: Art by the Lorain Correctional Institute Community Service Program.
Participants in New Avenues Art Therapy Program have created original artwork for this exciting project, “CreateAbility: Exploring Ave. ART.”
Change your perspective, greet your favorite characters, and play some cards in this interactive Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland themed exhibit for all ages.
Multimedia Exhibit by Adam Brodsky, Ben Gulyas, and Jim Lang
A visual exploration inspired by walking the Lee Road neighborhood: a dark night is made bright by street lights, moonlight, and lit windows.
“Our love of nature is reflected through our dress, our music, and our dance.”
From Normandy to Paris: A Photographic Journey through Giverny, Omaha Beach, Mont Saint-Michel, and the City of Life.
Local artists age 32-90 display original representational drawings and paintings.
These pieces were created by a group of senior artists who attend classes taught by local artist Kate Uhlir