20th Anniversary Founder’s Exhibition

20th anniversary exhibit

In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its 20th Anniversary Founder’s Exhibition, a group show featuring the art of founder David E. Davis and the other 8 pioneering Archived Artists: Shirley Aley Campbell, David A. Haberman, William Martin Jean, Robert Jergens, Patricia Zinsmeister Parker, Phyllis Seltzer, Phyllis Lester Sloane and Randall Tiedman.

Join us for an opening reception on Friday, November 11 2016 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.

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Holiday Treats

candy canes

Tis the Season! For our Annual Holiday Treats exhibition in the A.A.W.R. Entrance Gallery. All works on view will be by Member Artists, deliciously petite (under 16" x 24" inches) and AVAILABLE FOR SALE for your Holiday shopping! All pieces will have bite-size prices as well- under $500. Now that’s a tasty treat! The exhibition will run from December 1st through December 22nd, 2016.

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A Curve of Color: Art and Fashion of Samuel Butnik and Bonnie Cashin

Samuel Butnik - Circle Forms Phase B and Phase B2

Curated for Gallery W in American Greetings’ new Crocker Parker Headquarters. Show features the fashion of Bonnie Cashin from the collections of the Western Reserve Historical Society’s History Center and the paintings of Samuel Butnik from the Artists Archives.

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 12th 5:00-7:00pm

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 Now Available for Purchase

Archives Speak Postcard

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) presents The Archives Speak.

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve (AAWR) will be celebrating the book launch and signing of our landmark publication, The Archives Speak, with an exhibition opening on November 15, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. The Archives Speak is the definitive information source guide for our 62 Archived Artists. The book contains the Archived Artists’ portraits, biographical information, career information, and examples of their artwork.

» Buy your copy of The Archives Speak here