September 20 – November 4, 2016
opening reception September 20, 6-8pm
Confluence is a group exhibition by artists who are represented in Dublin Arts Council’s internationally recognized Riverboxes™ collection, a project that combines the hobbies of letterboxing and Geocaching with public artwork.
Each of the artists represented in the Confluence exhibition has created a unique Riverbox hidden in the Dublin community and will contribute artwork created in the mediums in which they traditionally work, from jewelry to ceramic sculpture, tile, mosaic, light sculpture, fiber and more. The exhibition will coincide with the launch of a new series of Riverboxes, also entitled Confluence.
Artists featured in the exhibition include:
Clare Murray Adams; Southington, Ohio (Fly Away Home Riverbox)
Thomas Ansel; Baltimore, Ohio (Caementum Charta Riverbox)
Anthony Bible; Warsaw, Ohio (Sentinel Riverbox)
Sharon Dorsey; Columbus, Ohio (The Forest Witch and the Witless Fellow, Finnian Riverbox)
Helma Groot; Columbus, Ohio (House of the Rising Water Riverbox)
Terri Maloney Houston; Columbus, Ohio (Gahonga Riverbox)
Julia LaBay Darrah; Maumee, Ohio (The Nest Riverbox)
Jean Magdich; Logan, Ohio (Vigilant Vegetation Riverbox)
Eric Marlow; Columbus, Ohio (Hidden Treasure Riverbox)
Margaret McAdams; Kingston, Ohio (Big Turtle Riverbox)
Andrea Myers, Wooster, Ohio (Fissures and Fractures Riverbox)
Angelica Pozo; Cleveland, Ohio (Ghost Tree Sprout Riverbox)
Kaitlin Rothacher; Hartville, Ohio (Among the Wildflowers Riverbox)
Mark Soppeland; Akron, Ohio (House of Spirits Riverbox)
A free public reception will be held Tuesday, September 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. Gallery hours: Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Details: 614.889.7444. Exhibition and public reception are free of charge.
Caementum Charta Riverbox, detail. Cement and wood sculpture by Thomas Ansel, 2014. Donegal Cliffs Park, Dublin, Ohio.