Arts Collinwood Summer Sculpture Residency pairs renowned Sculptors, Laila Voss and John Ranally.
The Waterloo Arts District continues an amazing summer of programming with a unique exhibit of sculpture by Internationally re-nown artists, Laila Voss, and John Ranally. The Exhibit will be installed in the Waterloo Sculpture Garden, and will open as part of The Waterloo Sculpture Gardenâ€™s Sunday Concert Series Sunday July 11.
Laila Vossâ€™s work has been included in such nationally recognized exhibitions as Urban Evidence: Contemporary Artists Reveal Cleveland and internationally, through exhibitions such as The Ninth International Shoebox Exhibition.Â She created A Chaotic Symphony: The Catch-All Net for Urban Evidence, which consisted of three multi-media installations that were exhibited at each of the participating institutions: MOCA, Cleveland, the Cleveland Museum of Art and SPACES. Other multi-media installations include Everywhere is Here for NEO + ONE, and Fire and Embers, commissioned by the Akron Art Museum for the On-Site Ohio series. Voss has received artist-in-residence awards FCCA Prague, the Czech Republic and the Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA. Recent exhibitions include Connections: Ohio Artists Abroad, Columbus, OH and the Massillon Museumâ€™s Outdoor Sculpture. In addition, this past September, Voss completed a public art project in the Hyacinth neighborhood in Slavic Village, Cleveland. This project involved community participation during design and implementation to create sculptural mounds, gardens and benches.
John Ranallyâ€™s work as a sculptor has been a source of amazement for over 3 decades. Ranally was a founding artist of the Studio Foundry and has participated in over 40 exhibitions. Ranally has collaborated with several artists to create performance installations for dance and theatre, including the celebrated movement company, SAFMOD. His work over the years as an artist/lecture has led to a whole new generation being exposed the multifaceted genius of Ranally.
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