Trumbull Art Gallery opening pair of shows
WARREN — Two exhibits featuring the work of seven artists open Saturday at Trumbull Art Gallery.
“6 x 6” is a small group show featuring the work of Claudia Berlinski, Jon Hill, George Kozmon, A.D. Peters, Annie Peters and Susan E. Squires.
Berlinski is director of the McDonough Museum of Art in Youngstown and an assistant professor of art at Youngstown State University. Her work has been exhibited regionally and nationally and is included in several institutional and private collections.
Hill is a ceramic artist originally from Akron and now living in Bazetta. He has taught for 32 years at Newton Falls High School, where he also serves as track and field and cross country coach. His work is inspired by the folk pottery of the American South and Mishima pottery from 17th century Korea.
Kozmon is best known for his monumental paintings that have been exhibited throughout the United States and abroad. He has received a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship and four Ohio Arts Council grants. His work can be found in the collections of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Butler Institute of American Art and the Akron Art Museum.
A.D. Peters has a degree in painting with a minor in filmmaking from Kent State University. He spearheaded an award-winning arts program for hospitalized veterans at the Veterans Affairs hospitals in Brecksville and Cleveland. He has taught at Cleveland Institute of Art, Hiram College and the Orange Art Center, and his art can be found in the collections of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Progressive Collection and the Cleveland Clinic.
Annie Peters is a weaver and basket maker who has exhibited at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Southern Ohio Museum and various national and local shows. The Ohio Arts Council grant recipient previously taught at Grand Valley High School and currently teaches at the Orange Art Center.
Squires, who lives in Cleveland, has been affiliated with Arte e Pensieri Gallery in Rome, Italy, since 2002, and her work has been exhibited in Spoleto, Peugia and Pisa, Italy. She’s currently represented by Bonfoey Gallery in Cleveland.
Also opening Saturday is “Kim Hunter: A Survey of Recent Work.” Hunter is a science teacher at Warren G. Harding High School. She primarily works in pastels and is known for her vibrant representation of nature.
Both exhibitions will be on display through Nov. 6, and an opening reception is planned from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Warren gallery.
If you go …
WHAT: “6 x 6: Claudia Berlinski, Jon Hill, George Kozmon, A.D. Peters, Annie Peters and Susan E. Squires” and “Kim Hunter: A Survey of Recent Work”
WHEN: Saturday through Nov. 6 with opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Hours are noon to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
WHERE: Trumbull Art Gallery, 158 N. Park Ave., Warren
HOW MUCH: Admission is free. For more information, go to www.trumbullartgallery .com or call 330-395-4876.