Author Archives: Waterloo Arts
Pen and ink illustration of a decaying skull in the style of a comic book. The skull seems to be exploding or made of sticky goo.

GALLERY OPENING, April 2nd, 2021: TGIF

TGIFMike MeierApril 2 – May 15, 2021 A collection of new works, drawings, and preliminary ideations engaged with violence and fetishism, including Character designs, world building, narratives, allegories, and unfinished thoughts, Paintings, and Drawings. Gore, Science fiction, Comedy, Cartoons, and Horror commingle in an imagination of the schizophrenic American psyche. The work on display features […]

Three drawn figures grow like flowers from a bed of grass surrounded by a cement berm. Each is a smiling head atop an individual flower stem.

What’s your story? Call for Storytellers!

A garden plot is more than a collection of plants. It’s a story told by its creator. So what’s YOUR story?  Maybe it’s a family recipe shared in a garden growing with its ingredients, or a native species garden that tells the history of a place. Could it be a pollinator garden that brings attention to the importance […]

Pink petals around a darker red center, a few white petaled flowers, and tall white floral pillars cross the screen on a slight diagonal

The Green Palette Webinar: Go Wild! Painting with Native Plants on Thursday, March 25 @ 6 PM

Speaker: Jo Ann Bartsch, Cuyahoga County Master Gardener Registration is closed, but you can watch the recording here. Join us for the third webinar of the The Green Palette project with guest speaker Jo Ann Bartsch, Cuyahoga County Master Gardener Jo Ann Bartsch has been an Ohio State Master Gardener volunteer since 2007.  Jo Ann is a retired […]