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Ted Wetzler

 

Don’t miss the opportunity to remember Cleveland photographer, Ted Wetzler, here at the Gallery at Old Stone. “Ted: A Forty Year Retrospective on Cleveland Advertising Photography” displays his images used in promotional materials, and advertising throughout his career. Ted was a member of the Old Stone Church, who recently passed away. His business, Wetzler Studios, continues his work, and is run by his children. The works in this exhibit are all but a sliver of the creative career and contributions Ted made to the Cleveland advertising community. Come take a look! Here through August 13th!

 

 

 

Upcoming Gallery Show

Gallery at Old Stone is awaiting the arrival of a new gallery show,
“Ted: A Forty Year Retrospective on Cleveland Advertising Photography”, a gallery remembering Ted Wetzler.Ted was a member here at Old Stone Church, who recently passed away. He was a highly recognized photographer here in Cleveland. His business, Wetzler Studio’s, is still in business today, currently being run by his children. His images in advertising, promotional materials, and greeting cards are still used today here at Old Stone Church. Don’t miss the opportunity to recognize and remember his hard work.

“CLEVELAND; a city, its waters” Upcoming Gallery Show

Gallery at Old Stone is thrilled about a new upcoming show beginning March 30, 2014. “CLEVELAND: a city, its waters”, is a photo exhibit by Marcello Mellino; A self-taught photographer, born in Italy who currently resides in Cleveland.

“A city, its waters” celebrates Cleveland, our city, in its symbiotic relation to the lake and the many rivers running throughout; water is in fact the very reason for Cleveland being Cleveland, as the earlier settlers discovered centuries ago. As I wonder around , the unusual and the often not recorded views are the ones I feel most attracted and wish to capture, a testament to the long standing industrial and urban traditions visible in this reality.
As we perhaps approach a new Renaissance, I hope we will be able to continue to appreciate and celebrate the splendor surrounding us with simple, natural renewals, truly a blessing for the mind and the soul.
Marcello Mellino

Trees & Wreaths Festival 2013

trees and wreaths 2013-1 004Gallery at Old Stone Hosts 2nd Annual Trees & Wreaths Festival

Everyone is invited to come and share in the season with the Gallery at Old Stone with its second annual “Trees and Wreaths” Festival. Beautiful trees and creatively decorated wreaths adorn the gallery for the month of December. A special “Memory Tree” will provide visitors an opportunity to write the name of a loved one who will be missed and add it to the many names on the tree. We would also like to thank all those who helped plan and decorate so beautifully.

Trees & Wreaths Festival 2013

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Gallery at Old Stone Hosts 2nd Annual Trees & Wreaths Festival

Everyone is invited to come and share in the season with the Gallery at Old Stone with its second annual “Trees and Wreaths” Festival. Beautiful trees and creatively decorated wreaths adorn the gallery for the month of December. A special “Memory Tree” will provide visitors an opportunity to write the name of a loved one who will be missed and add it to the many names on the tree. We would also like to thank all those who helped plan and decorate so beautifully.

“Look Around, Cleveland”

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Mike Bruckman, is a Clevelander currently residing on Public Square is showing his work at the Gallery at Old Stone. “Look Around, Cleveland”, is a photo exhibit highlighting our beautiful city. Bruckman is the current winner of the Scene Magazine Photo Contest and was a contributing artist at the Ingenuity Festival. Among his varied styles of artwork, he is also successful in the music industry, recently named one of the best musicians in Cleveland, by Scene Magazine. Mike’s work looks for the contemplative and reflective Cleveland.
Artist Reception for “Look Around, Cleveland” is Thurs. Oct. 17th at 6:30 – 8:00pm at the Gallery. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9-4pm.

“Many Ways Of Seeing”

Gallery 3 Gallery 2 Gallery 1Cleveland born artist, Pamela Dills is teaming up with accomplished Cleveland author, Ruth Fawcett in the show ” Many Ways of Seeing” at the Gallery at Old Stone.  Fawcett, besides being an Old Stone member is the aunt of Dills. Pamela Hardy Dills is a graduate of Kent State University. She pursues art full time , but has also had a long career in Cleveland and Washington, D.C  as a graphic designer, ad agency director, and fashion illustrator. Dills’ art is known for her vivacious painting technique and graphically layering brilliant color upon color. Her work hangs in private collections and galleries in the United States and Europe. Acrylics, pastels, charcoals, and cover designs will be the highlight of this art show.
Ruth Fawcett is a retired elementary school teacher, principal, and instructor of undergraduate education classes. She studied in Northern England, earning a Ph. D. While there she visited many schools in the process. Fawcett writes about her favorite place to be, a school. She has always been fascinated with the mix of personalities.  Fawcett often discusses social issues; such as bullying ,divorce , poverty, and internet predators. She creates fictional characters based on her experiences. Some of her books include “Honor in the Heart” and “Honor Me Honor You” .”Many Ways of Seeing”  will run from Sept. 22 to October 9,2013. The Gallery at Old Stone is open 9-4 Monday through Friday.