Thank you artists, friends, and members for attending our Art from the HeARTland opening reception. A special thanks to our juror, Janis Mars Wunderlich! For a list of this year's award winners, please click on "read more" below.

Join us in the BCA gallery 5-7pm Friday, June 8, for the 15th-annual Art from the HeARTland featuring the artwork of 36 local and regional artists. The evening will also include the music of John Heasly, as well as complimentary hors d'oeuvres and libations. Awards will be presented at 6pm by this year's juror, Janis Mars Wunderlich.

Old Friends Talk Art (OFTA)
10am Wednesday, June 13
Janis Mars Wunderlich invites you to join her in the BCA gallery to discuss the artwork of 36 local and regional artists featured in this year's 15th-annual Art from the HeARTland exhibition.

2018 Art from the HeARTland award winners:

Honorable Mention
Name: Tara Guidinger
Title: “Rattled (self-portrait)”
Medium: charcoal
Name: Brian Baugh
Title: “Incline”
Medium: oil on canvas
Name: William C. Bailey
Title: “Football Field & Sciota Skyline”
Medium: digital photography
Name: Crystal A. Kepple
Title: “Steampunk Portraiture”
Medium: photography
Name: Susan Lawhorn
Title: “Woman with Mirror Black Glaze”
Medium: stoneware
Name: John Nelson
Title: “Hibernation”
Medium: acrylic
Mixed Media
Name: Thomas Rogers
Title: “Nature Personified”
Medium: mosaic
Name: Tom Boylan
Title: “From the Earth”
Medium: sculpture
Works on Paper
Name: Linda Buechting
Title: “Oranges and Pears”
Medium: watercolor
Best of Show
Name: Alana K. Reed
Title: “Tussle on 12th Street”
Medium: mixed media
This exhibit will be in our BCA through Saturday, July 14. Stop by and enjoy the amazing talent we have in our community.


Janis Mars Wunderlich was born in Akron, Ohio, and began making art at an early age. She completed a bachelor of fine art degree at Brigham Young University, with dual emphases in ceramics and printmaking. Her master of fine art degree was completed at The Ohio State University. Her ceramic sculptures have been in numerous national and international exhibitions. She has held workshops and lectures at many museums and universities throughout the United States and Canada.

Wunderlich has received several awards and grants, including multiple fellowships from The Ohio Arts Council and The Greater Columbus Arts Council. She is an assistant professor of art history, ceramics, and art foundations at Monmouth College, and is represented by Sherrie Gallery in Columbus, Ohio.See you in the gallery!


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