A celebrated artist, teacher and cultural leader, Willis "Bing" Davis is the Founder and Director of SHANGO (Center for the Study of African-American Art and Culture). He has had a distinguished career as an artist and curator participating in a number of solo exhibitions and receiving many awards and recognitions. His vibrant work can be found all over the world, including the U.S. embassy in Ghana.
Davis is presenting his show in Honor of the Harmon Foundation and William Elmer Harmon due to Harmon's impact on the Harlem Renaissance, a revival of African-American art, music, dance, fashion, literature and theater beginning in Harlem, New York City, in the 1920s and 30s. During this time, the Harmon Foundation put on many art exhibits showcasing African-American artists who may not have otherwise had a chance to be recognized.
Since the 1970s, David T. Smith has impressed with his amazing craftsmanship for Reproduction Museum Quality 18th & 19th Century Furniture, Pottery, and Handmade Kitchens. Explore the world of David T. Smith with a collection of work chosen by the artist himself.
Drawings and Paintings of Sylvia Thompson Outland
Kelly Murray Frigard's Embroidered Tales
Celebrating Quaker Artist, Marcus Mote
Equestrian Bronzes by Lynda Sappington
The Photography of Marshall Miller
Sculpture by Neale Murray
The Print work of Kevin Harris
A Celebration of John & Martin Rettig (The last time their work was displayed was 20 years ago at the Cincinnati Art Museum.)
The Illustrations of C. F. Payne
Paintings by John Vakaleris
Stained Glass by Valerie Sherwood Rask
Collected Ceramic works by Warren County Potters
(Greg Shooner, Fred Cook, Greg Neal, Mike Baum, Karan Witham-Walsh, Trish McLennan, Peggy Hamlin & David T. Smith)
Photography by Kelly Joslin
The Magical World of Charley Harper