Grant Deming Artists exhibition opens Sept. 3

Grant Deming Artists will exhibit work in a range of styles at Loganberry Books thoughout the month of September.

The Grant Deming Artists, a collective of artists who reside in the Grant Deming’s Forest Hill Historic District of Cleveland Heights, will exhibit their work this September at Loganberry Books: Annex Gallery in Larchmere. The exhibition opens on Wednesday, Sept. 3, with a 6–8 p.m. reception, and will be on view through Sept. 28.  

Grant Deming Artists, formed in September 2013, is united by the purpose of connecting art with the public, intentionally focusing on local venues and resonating with fellow community members. Currently, artists
in the collective work in watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, photography, textiles and jewelry.

The following artists are participating in the September exhibition:

Natalia Bicvic, acrylics and photography, is inspired by a lifelong passion for art and design, creating graphic images with an emphasis on line, texture and lighting.

Cheryl Cochran, photography, combines images with hand-lettered lyrics of songs, quotes and introspection, capturing moments in time.

Fern Grunberger, jewelry, reflects on nature using semiprecious stones, pearls, crystals and minerals combined with sterling silver and other created materials.

Jean Hoffman, mixed media, creates abstract images in ink, acrylics and collage to capture mental landscapes influenced by nature and family history with a touch of whimsy.

Donna Marchetti, fiber art, creates one-of-a-kind hand-dyed wearable art and wall pieces using steam-set dyes on fabric.

David Perelman-Hall, photography, blends light with natural and man-made scenes to produce images that are simultaneously accessible and abstract.

Rebecca Wickre, photography, will display work that is part of a series titled "Look, but Don't Touch" focusing on the beauty of natural and man-made items with elements of danger or caution.

For more information about the artists and the collective, visit the Grant Deming Artists Facebook page.

Loganberry Books is located at 13015 Larchmere Blvd. in Cleveland’s Larchmere neighborhood.

Jane Van Bergen

Jane Van Bergen is an independent public relations generalist with more than 20 years experience. Before entering public relations, she was co-owner of an art gallery. She lives in Cleveland Heights with her husband, Tony Zupancic, a professor at Notre Dame College, and has two children.

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