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Art Gallery


95 E. Bagley Rd., Berea, Ohio 44017

The Fawick Art Gallery holds multiple exhibitions each year, including the annual ceramics invitational, the juried student exhibition and the exhibition of artwork produced by senior art studio and art education majors. Other exhibitions spotlight the work of Ohio artists.

All exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Gallery hours are 2-5 p.m., Monday - Friday, or by appointment at (440) 826-2152.

The Gallery is closed during breaks, holidays and the summer months.

Visit for additional information on upcoming and past exhibitions.

Fall 2024 Exhibitions

Time and Presence

Exhibition runs Mondays-Fridays, September 3-27

The works in this exhibition showcase narrative and metaphoric expression in both painting and ceramics from the artists  and . 
Using cellular-like patterning and a natural palette in her watercolors, ceramic sculptures and functional ceramics, Mendes derives narrative imagery of both human and animal that she draws intuitively from her subconscious. 
Wunderlich’s acrylic paintings and ceramic sculptures use dramatic shifts in scale and describe many figures in one setting, often with lush ornamentation. Her work depicts complex personal relationships that are inspired by her experience as a daughter, mother, friend, partner and teacher.

Additional Event

Reception
Friday, September 27, 5-8 p.m.
Fawick Gallery Lobby
Enjoy refreshments and meet artists Jenny Mendes and Janis Mars Wunderlich.


Terra Incognita

Exhibition runs Mondays-Fridays, November 18-December 6

(Closed November 27-29 for Thanksgiving Break)

This exhibition features an array of works by 秀色直播 professor of painting Steve Ziebarth
On the visual level, Ziebarth is interested in experiencing some level of tension from the interweaving of seemingly disparate realities. For instance, experimenting with the ways that form can simultaneously appear both tangible and vaporous. Or, how an embodiment might give way to dissolution via paint strokes. 
In the same way, he is intrigued by the idea of inverting logical expectations of natural phenomena, including the ways that light, shadow and atmosphere are perceived.

Additional Event

Reception
Friday, November 22, 5-8 p.m.
Fawick Gallery Lobby
Enjoy refreshments and meet artist Steve Ziebarth.