The Loganberry Books Annex Gallery features a monthly rotation of local artists. From painting to photography, ceramics to collage, each month is a new feast of artistic enterprise. Opening Receptions are on the first Wednesday of each month, 6-8pm (come meet the artist and check out their work!). The months of November and December feature our holiday bazaar, Otis' Old Curiosity Shop.
Interested in booking a show? Download the Annex Gallery registration brochure.
Abigail Jo Clark
Wednesday, April 5, 6:00PM
Abigail Jo Clark is a recent graduate of Cleveland Institute of Art with a Bachelor's degree in fine art, with a declaration in print making. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in art education at Case Western Reserve University. Abigail's work includes an extensive variety of printmaking and fiber art. Abigail reflects that she is "trying to align mind, body, and soul through making and expressing what it means to be in the world through her art."
Altered Books Group: Women, Words, Wisdom
Wednesday, May 3, 6:00PM
The Altered Book Group celebrates their work in the Annex Gallery with a show exploring women, words, and wisdom. Artists to be featured in this show will include Pat Pitingolo, C.T. Anson, Gene Epstein, Sarah Clague, Diane Britt, Phyllis Brody, and Anne Weissman. Please join us for refreshments and conversation on May 3rd, from 6-8. The show will run through June 4th.
Wednesday, June 7, 6:00PM
Anna Arnold, the director of the Florence O’Donnell Wasmer Gallery and adjunct professor at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio, is a painter and muralist and educator.. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drawing and video from the Cleveland Institute of Art and a Master’s in Art Education at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland in 2010. Anna is a prolific artist who has produced 100s of paintings, sculptures, ceramics and jewelry for over 25 years and has exhibited in over 200 gallery and museum, exhibit spaces and events across the United States including the National Black Arts Festival in Atlanta, the California Afro American Museum in Los Angeles, the former Alternative Museum in NYC, The Chicago Public Library, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Wednesday, July 5, 6:00PM Four local photographers build bridges between realism and abstract art in the premier of an exhibition titled “Reality Abstracts.” Judy Rawson, Robert Brown, Stewart Helberg and Chris Bradlee return to Loganberry with images of real world scenes that take on the aesthetic qualities of abstract art as captured in over thirty photographs. The subject matter runs the gamut from floral to architectural, from urban to rural, and from decaying to pristine. The show opens with a reception on Wednesday, July 5th and runs through Sunday, July 30th. Recognizing that our current reality is anything but abstract, the artists and Loganberry Books will join together in donating a portion of the show’s proceeds to Cleveland’s Refugee Response organization.
Wednesday, August 2, 6:00PM
Stephen Bivens is a Cleveland based photographer who has a keen sense of capturing beauty in both the faces and landscapes of Cleveland. He is hopeful that the imagery he shares will cause the viewer to pause and reconsider the day-to-day. Through sharing images of both beauty and heartbreak he intends to portray a city on the rise. A community of rich cultural heritage, diversity, new opportunity, and hope.
Meredith Hahn: The Ambiance of Flow
Wednesday, September 6, 6:00PM
Meredith Hahn considers herself a figurative artist. The figure in its certain poses can tell what the soul has endured. For Meredith the figure is the most natural and poetic way to express emotions or experiences. Inspired by the beauty that surrounds us, she often gives natural elements a voice or mood by merging them with the human figure. Like dancers, a tree or a mountain can have a body and face to convey a small story of its life. At times dancers are the subjects of her work. At times her figures are more like cartoons with long sleeves and blank stares. These figures are meant to bring a playful and gentle approach to life’s difficult circumstances. Meredith's show opens with a reception on September 6th and runs through Sunday October 1st.
Annex Gallery Opening
Wednesday, October 4, 6:00PM
The Annex Gallery features a monthly rotation of local artists. All mediums are represented and encouraged, some are group shows, and many are solo shows, curated by the artist. Opening receptions are on the first Wednesday of the month, and shows continue throughout the month. More information about bookings can be found here.