Art Exhibits

Walk All Over Waterloo

When: Fri., May 5 2017

May’s Walk All Over Waterloo includes both new and continuing exhibitions as well as special events. Taking place from 5 to 10 p.m. today (individual hours may vary slightly by venue), the monthly art walk includes WatchART! at Waterloo Arts in conjunction with the gallery’s current exhibition of artist books, From San Juan to the Cuyahoga. Described by organizers as an “art book petting zoo,” visitors are encouraged to interact with artists making books and even make a simple book construction. Meanwhile, the Maria Neil Art Project hosts an opening reception for Natural Selections: A Dresden Creation, an exhibition of new work by Deborah Pinter. Natural Selections includes work creating in the time periods leading up to, during and following Pinter’s five-week printmaking residency at the Grafikwerkstatt Dresden Studios in Dresden, Germany. A collaboration between Grafikwerkstatt Dresden Studios and Zygote Press since 1998, the Dresden Exchange Residency is the longest running artist exchange program in the state of Ohio. The exhibition remains on view through June 18. Meanwhile, Praxis Fiber Workshop presents Kombucha, Abby Clark’s fellowship exhibition. A 2016 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, Clark studied printmaking and fiber arts. During her fellowship at Praxis, Clark has created a new body of work utilizing natural dyeing, immersion dyeing, screen printing, sewing and tapestry. Free. (Usmani)

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