Tuesday, February 21, 2012

New night for "Open Studio" !


Beginning this week, we've added another
"Open Studio" session at TLP.
Rachel Heberling & Tory Keith
will open the studio each Thursday
night from 5 - 9 PM.

Contact info for Rachel & Tory
is located on the sidebar.


Tory's Bio:

Tory Keith is a printmaker living in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received 
her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking and time media from 
Alfred University in Alfred, NY. After living in New York for 22 years 
she moved to Cincinnati in late December 2011. She specializes in silk 
screening and steel intaglio. Her work deals primarily with themes of 
identity, anxiety, and elements of unreality; her practice is based in 
experimentation and a belief in happy accidents. 



Rachels Bio:
  Rachel E Heberling is currently working as an artist in Cincinnati, Ohio and is also the printer for artist Jay Bolotin as he works on his upcoming feature-length animation. Rachel was recently a graduate administrative associate for professors Ann Hamilton and Michael Mercil for one year at The Ohio State University in Columbus where she received an M.F.A. in printmaking in 2011; she completed a two-year non-degree graduate teaching assistantship in printmaking at Bucknell University of Pennsylvania in 2009, and she received a B.F.A. from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2006. Her artwork is influenced by her former home of Bethel, Pennsylvania, which borders the mining regions of Schuylkill County, as much of her work portrays obsolete technology and abandoned industry.
     Rachel’s work has been exhibited nationally in venues such as Roy G Biv, Columbus, OH; Aisle Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; the Arts Club of Washington, DC; and The Corcoran Gallery Museum, DC. She has shown in many juried exhibitions including Third Annual Master Pieces, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; Drawn to Washington, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, MD; The Boston Printmakers 2007 North American Print Biennial, Boston, MA; and the 181st Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art at the National Academy Museum, NYC. She is working in printmaking, the book arts, performance, video and installation to project memories and histories through antique objects.

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