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SHARON DOUGHERTY Large Mixed Media on Canvas – Signed

$6,800.00
An original mixed media abstract artwork from Columbus, Ohio artist Sharon Dougherty. Dougherty uses minimalism and abstraction to create an essence of her personal reflection of experiences. Signed and dated 1995 on the reverse. About the Artist: Sharon Dougherty, a Columbus, Ohio artist, is represented by Art Access Gallery of Bexley, Ohio. Earning a Bachelor's of Science degree, Dougherty continued her education at The Ohio State University obtaining her Master's of Fine Arts. She has held solo exhibitions at The Ohio State University, College of Eastern Utah, LaGrange College, and is included in many private collections. Dougherty's work is held in twenty two corporate collections such as Columbus City Hall to National Art Service in Houston, Texas. This artwork is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

SHARON DOUGHERTY Original Mixed Media on Canvas – Signed

$6,500.00
Signed on the reverse, and dated 1995, an original mixed media abstract artwork from Columbus, Ohio artist Sharon Dougherty. Titled Moon Dance, Dougherty uses minimalism and abstraction to create an essence of her personal reflection of experiences. About the Artist: Sharon Dougherty, a Columbus, Ohio artist, is represented by Art Access Gallery of Bexley, Ohio. Earning a Bachelor's of Science degree, Dougherty continued her education at The Ohio State University obtaining her Master's of Fine Arts. She has held solo exhibitions at The Ohio State University, College of Eastern Utah, LaGrange College, and is included in many private collections. Dougherty's work is held in twenty two corporate collections such as Columbus City Hall to National Art Service in Houston, Texas. This artwork is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

Large Vintage MARTIN TISCHLER Carved Wood Figure Circa 1970

$295.00
Large carved figure by German Village artist Martin Tischler circa 1970 is smoothly styled in the form of a woman, draped in cloth with a short, blunt haircut. Tischler was a woodworker based in German Village, Columbus and was the son of Rookwood Pottery artist Vera Tischler. A medium-light finish has a satin gloss, highlighting the wood grain. A square base has a slightly darker finish. Carved signature on underside.  This piece is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JAY C. MOFFETT Original Abstract Oil on Canvas Painting with Colorblock – Signed

$805.50
Original oil painting by local Columbus, Ohio artist Jay C. Moffett uses abstract style for a contemporary presentation. A brushy field of rust-colored tones surround a crisp blue color block. The electric juxtaposition of color creates an interesting focal point on your wall. Signed and inscribed by artist on reverse, dated September 19, 2003. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JAY C. MOFFETT Original Abstract Oil on Canvas Painting – Signed

$625.50
An original oil on canvas painting by local Columbus, Ohio artist Jay C. Moffett uses abstract style for a contemporary presentation. A brushy chartreuse field with gradient tones of electric yellow-green is crossed by a bright blue streak, reminiscent of the organic lines of a river. Framed in raw wood with artist signatures and inscriptions on reverse, dated January 22, 2005. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage Pair of MARTIN TISCHLER Carved Wood Owls Circa 1970

$295.00
Pair of vintage carved owls by German Village artist Martin Tischler have an usual look for a charming appeal. Circa 1970, these figures have large wood slices as eyes on rustically carved bodies with a contrasting, dark finish. A great, funky addition to your vintage decor! Carved signature on base. This bust is amongst hundreds of pieces of ceramics that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SID CHAFETZ “Processional” Signed Artist Proof Circa 1959

$900.00
Artist proof print titled “Processional” by artist Sid Chafetz dated 1959 depicts four collegiates with “medio tutissimus ibis” emblazoned in red on a large flag behind them. Translated, the flag reads, “It’s safest in the middle”. Titled, signed, marked, and dated in pencil along lower mat. Framed in black.  About the Artist: Sid Chafetz (1922-?) was an artist and professor based in Columbus, Ohio. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, he attended Rhode Island School of Design before being drafted into the US Army in 1942. He returned after his service and graduated in 1947. He continued his education in France at L’Ecole Americaine des Beaux-Arts and the Acadãmie Julian, alongside artists Fernand Lãger and Stanley W. Hayter. Chafetz would then teach at The Ohio State University beginning in 1948, and was an active part of developing the printmaking program within the Department of Art. He retired from teaching in 1982 to focus on his own art. Deeply satirical with beliefs, his works bear a haunting style laden with politics, education, and literature.  This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.   

DON DODRILL Original Watercolor of German Village

$396.00
A wondrous study of light by Donald Dodrill, this original watercolor painting by Columbus, Ohio illustrates a scene of the historic Columbus neighborhood of German Village. Bright sunlight dissipates through tall green trees against a classic brick home and a lush green yard surrounded by a wrought iron fence.  About the Artist: Donald Dodrill (1922-2017) was a artist and educator who spent most of his life in Columbus, Ohio. He was born in Delaware County and attended Marion Business School, where he would meet his future wife and business partner Winifred. He received his first opportunity to work in commercial art before being drafted into the US Army and was deployed for 33 months. After returning home, he attended the Ohio State University and received his BA in Fine Arts. He then started his career in commercial art and advertising, partnering with his now wife from 1954-1999 to form a commercial art and advertising studio called Dodrill Design. In 1974 he earned his MFA from Syracuse University and began teaching graphic design part time at Capital University while he had the role of Director of Windon Art Gallery, managed by his wife Win. He was a charter member of the Ohio Watercolor Society, a lifetime member of the Central Ohio Watercolor Society, and a signature member of the American and National Watercolor Societies. He and Win published an art book featuring 150 of his watercolor paintings in 1989. Passionate about watercolor techniques and his community, Don taught painting and drawing classes in Upper Arlington, serving on the Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Commission and elected in 1996 as UA’s First Honored Community Artist. He co-founded the Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival which has had over 50 celebrations.  This watercolor is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

BYRON KOHN Original Watercolor of German Village House

SOLD
Original watercolor by local Columbus, Ohio artist Byron Kohn (1926-2010) illustrates a classic brick home in the historic neighborhood of German Village. A blue sky is streaked with heavy clouds, with barren trees along the street. Signed in corner by artist, dated 1/93. This watercolor is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT MARTIN(1918-1998) Primitive Handcrafted Barn Wood Cut-Out of Jester

$395.00
Made by Ohio artist Robert Martin (1918-1998) from rustic barn wood, this primitive cut-out creates a lively jester.  Hand painted details of red, yellow, orange, green, red, blue, and purple decorate the rustic wood while still highlighting the material with artistic tact. Similar pieces by artist available, sold separately.  About the Artist: Robert Martin (1918-1998) was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised by his grandmother. His grandmother, having grown up in the Victorian Era, is responsible for the period's influence on his early works. Martin studied the painting from books of the masters, old and new. He worked from life, enjoying the process and interaction that was created. In the 1980s, he began working from photographs with his series of Victorian Village scenes. An ever-learning student, his work has distinctly different decades reflecting his progress and interests. Persisting was his use of oil on canvas, despite his training in other mediums. His poetic soul was evident in his philosophy as an artist.  This piece is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT MARTIN(1918-1998) Primitive Handcrafted Barn Wood Cut-Out of Soldier with Drum

$395.00
Made by Ohio artist Robert Martin (1918-1998) from rustic barn wood, this primitive cut-out creates a soldier with crossed arms and a large drum, in a red hat and jacket. Hand painted details decorate the rustic wood while still highlighting the material. “1812” is painted on the base. “Primitives ‘76 Unlimited” written on reverse.  Similar pieces by artist available, sold separately.  About the Artist: Robert Martin (1918-1998) was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised by his grandmother. His grandmother, having grown up in the Victorian Era, is responsible for the period's influence on his early works. Martin studied the painting from books of the masters, old and new. He worked from life, enjoying the process and interaction that was created. In the 1980s, he began working from photographs with his series of Victorian Village scenes. An ever-learning student, his work has distinctly different decades reflecting his progress and interests. Persisting was his use of oil on canvas, despite his training in other mediums. His poetic soul was evident in his philosophy as an artist.  This piece is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROBERT MARTIN(1918-1998) Primitive Handcrafted Barn Wood Cut-Out of Soldier in Blue

$395.00
Made by Ohio artist Robert Martin (1918-1998) from rustic barn wood, this primitive cut-out creates a soldier holding a lantern. Hand painted details decorate the rustic wood while still highlighting the material. A jaunty blue hat and jacket decorate the soldier, crossed with white sashes above white boots.  “Primitives ‘76 Unlimited” written on reverse.  Similar pieces by artist available, sold separately. About the Artist: Robert Martin (1918-1998) was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised by his grandmother. His grandmother, having grown up in the Victorian Era, is responsible for the period's influence on his early works. Martin studied the painting from books of the masters, old and new. He worked from life, enjoying the process and interaction that was created. In the 1980s, he began working from photographs with his series of Victorian Village scenes. An ever-learning student, his work has distinctly different decades reflecting his progress and interests. Persisting was his use of oil on canvas, despite his training in other mediums. His poetic soul was evident in his philosophy as an artist.  This piece is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.