Current Exhibitions

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Betty and Howard Taylor Main Gallery

Love Between the Atoms | Eva Kwong

This exhibition features organic-inspired sculptures and 2D work by internationally-acclaimed artist Eva Kwong. The imagined biomorphic forms created in ceramic and 3D printed sculptures elegantly reference natural specimens, such as cells and seeds, that remind us of the preciousness of life.

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My Favorite People | Kirk Mangus

The late Kirk Mangus loved to draw and paint people he knew from memory—including portraits of his friends and family. These drawings and watercolors are related to the portraits in the Kings & Queens mural located outside Summit Artspace, completed by Mangus in 2006 and now restored by his widow, Eva Kwong.

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Welcome Gallery

My World in Color | Rachel Parker

In Rachel Parker’s first solo show, colorful paintings featuring floral motifs and mandalas are a celebration of life. The exhibition also celebrates the partnership between Summit Artspace and Summit DD to help ensure artists of all abilities have the opportunity to share their work with the world.

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Transition Gallery

Artists of Rubber City Member Show

Based in Akron, Ohio, Artists of Rubber City (est. 1978) is a network of artists and art lovers who support each other’s creative endeavors. If you are interested in where the rubber hits the road in the Akron art community, this is the show for you!

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2nd Floor Gallery

Reconciliation | Group Exhibition

Reconciliation is “the act of causing two people or groups to become friendly again after an argument or disagreement.” Multiple local artists explore the human need to thrive in an environment that accepts differences of opinion on polarizing topics and call for tolerance of all viewpoints.

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3G Gallery

After the Storm | Emily Olszewski

Imagery and motifs used in this body of work are taken from medieval art pieces and illustrated pages from ancient texts. As such, Emily Olszewski’s pandemic-era art enters the same playing field as that created during and after the bubonic plague.

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