Annual show is forever ageless

     (NWPR-OH) – On Friday, April 15, from 6:30-8:30 pm at ArtSpace/Lima, “Spring Show 2011” opens with a public reception in the Ellen Nelson Gallery. The show, which marks its 56th year, will remain on view through May 28 and is dedicated in memory of Martha Farmer.

     Beginning at 7:15 pm, the awards will be presented, ranging from Best of Show, First Award, Second Award, Third Award, Martha Farmer Award for Sculpture, Photography Club Award, Award for Ceramics, Award for Painting and the People’s Choice Award.  The exhibit will also feature a Salon des refuses, mounted in the ArtZone Gallery, and consisting of work not originally juried into the show, but re-juried into the Salon.

     Jurors are professors Ed Valentine and Brad Olsen from the Department of Art at Ohio State University in Lima. Valentine is a recent recipient of the Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award at Ohio State and he has exhibited his paintings in international venues as well as his works are in multiple private collections. Olson has degrees in photography and ceramics and is the art and photography editor of The Hog Creek Review at OSU Lima.

     For additional information about this show and ArtSpace/Lima, call Bill Sullivan at 419.222.1721. As a non-profit organization, the center is dedicated to providing visual arts to the West Central Ohio region, which is located in a 130-year-old, three-story brick building in the North West quadrant of Town Square in Downtown Lima, Ohio.

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