Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery

 

Art Gallery Image 6.2016The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is a major center for visual art in Lorain County, showcasing art exhibitions by local, regional, and national artists. We also host annual LCCC student shows, the Lorain County Regional Scholastic Art Show and community and educational arts exhibitions. Our goal is to present a variety of outstanding art exhibitions and serve our students, the college community, and the greater community as a living, learning classroom. We invite you to enjoy the exhibits and to visit us often! Please check this website often or contact the Stocker Arts Center for any added gallery special events. The gallery has again been chosen by the readers of PuLse Magazine as the 2016 Best of Lorain County winner in the category of Best Gallery and is a 2017 finalist for that honor (winners to be named in the fall of 2017).

All Exhibitions and Receptions are free and open to the public. The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is open during exhibitions Mondays through Fridays from 10:30am to 2:30pm and by appointment. It is also open for many evening and weekend events.

 

2017-18 Gallery Exhibition Schedule

 

SCALE

Monday, February 19 – Friday, March 23, 2018

An exhibition of artists’ work focused on Scale.

 This exhibit shows a wide variety of art mediums such as painting, prints, drawing, paper art, book arts, ceramics, enamel drawings, sculpture, installation art, graffiti and performance art. The installations were created by two artists who will create site specific work for the show. The event is a teaching lab exhibition.

“The concept for the ‘Scale’ show came from observing art students struggle with the issue of size and proportion in their art,” said curator and art professor Nancy Halbrooks. “Artists decide upon scale in their art in a multitude of ways. One way is the actual size of work, large (larger than life), medium (standard) or small (miniature). There is also the element of size of the imagery within the artwork space. Some mediums tend to dictate the size of the artwork. And then there is the issue of proportion and measurements, sizes of parts in the relationship of the whole.”

Featured artists include Blake Cook, Dennis Long, Catherine Rozmarynowycz, Russ Revock, Brinsley Tyrrell, Tony Trunzo, Diane Marrapese, Aimee Lee, Gene Epstein, Amy Fishbach, Rhodes Rozman, Tyler Heganbarth, Reid Wood, Ryan Craycraft, Stevie Tanner and Jan Zorman. A collection of Russian miniatures (collection of Joan Perch) will also be on display.

Special funding is provided by the Center for Teaching Excellence.

Gallery talks by participating artists will take place:

  • Printmaking and Book Arts
    Noon to 2 p.m., Tuesday February 27
    Catherine Rozmarynowycz, Russ Revock and Gene Epstein
  • Ceramics, Book Arts and Painting
    5 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday, March 2
    Diane Marrapese, Amy Fishbach and Tony Trunzo
  • Installation, Conceptual Art and Performance Art
    5-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 7
    Reid Wood, Blake Cook and Jan Zorman
  • Drawing and Printmaking
    3-5 p.m., Tuesday, March 20
    Ryan Craycraft, Stevie Tanner and Nancy Halbrooks

To learn more, contact Nancy Halbrooks at (440) 366-7114 or nhalbroo@lorainccc.edu. Gallery Coordinator Beth Bryan can be reached at bbryan@lorainccc.edu.

Artists’ Reception: Thursday, February 22 from 3-7pm

Gallery hours are 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and during select Stocker Arts Center events.

2018 LCCC Student Art Exhibit

Friday, March 30 – Friday, April 13, 2018

Opening Reception: Friday, March 30 from 4:30-7:30 pm

 

2018 LCCC Portfolio Exhibit

An exhibition of the art of LCCC Portfolio class students.

Friday, April 20 – Friday, May 4, 2018

Opening Reception: Friday, April 20 from 4:30-7:30 pm


The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is open during exhibitions on Mondays through Fridays from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm and by appointment.  Please call (440) 366-4140 if you would like to make an appointment to visit the gallery. The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is also open for many of the Stocker Arts Center evening and weekend events.  Exhibitions and receptions are FREE and open to the public.