Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition 2019


June 7 – July 20, 2019


Friday June 7th, 6:00 – 9:00 PM


Anthony Mastromatteo, Artist


Join us on June 7th for the opening reception of our fifth annual Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition and meet juror, Anthony Mastromatteo, and many other of the participating artists. The 86 selected pieces from Ohio and sixteen other states will be presented in three galleries on Waterloo Road in the Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland. Brick Ceramic + Design, Praxis Fiber Workshop and Waterloo Arts. The opening reception coincides with the district’s Walk All Over Waterloo featuring an outdoor stage with live music. It’s a great time to explore the uniquely walkable Waterloo Arts District!




Waterloo Arts       

   15605 Waterloo Rd

Praxis Fiber Workshop

   15301 Waterloo Rd

Brick Ceramic + Design Studio

   420 E 161st St

   (Can Also Enter Gallery through Six Shooter Coffee)




Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 – 4:00 PM



Patrick Hoban, Chris Motley, Karen Ondracek, Jacob Carda, Kathryn Myers, Karen Schnell-Chisholm, Harris Wiltsher, Krystal Ragan, Erin Rice, Dana Goodman, T Michael Martin, Gary Mesa-Gaido, Ponnapa Prakkamakul, Heather Macali, Virginia Rougon Chavis, Teresa Harris, Michael Leonard, Gail Postal, Abbie Brooks, Adam Sensel, Barbara Bachtell, Deb Berkebile, Catherine Butler, Stephen Calhoun, John Carlson, Amaris Cox, Megan Dardis, Rachel Andrea Davis, Francis Demaske, Deanna Dionne, Danielle Doré, Bette Drake, Laura Dumm, Diane Fleisch Hughes, Timothy Gaewsky, Tatiana Gracyk, Michael Greenwald, Carol Griffith, Mary Gut, Richard Hamilton, Carlye Hutchinson, Jonah Jacobs, Amelia Joynes, Maria Kaiser, Olivia Karr, Milan Kecman, Bob Kelemen, Christine Kern, Jasmine Kornel, James March, Dennis Mastrangelo, TJ May, Kathy McGhee, Charles Mintz, Ardine Nelson, Stuart Pearl, Kelly Pontoni, Catherine ‘Katina’ Radwanski, Deborah Silver, Marchelle Simms, Paula Singleton, Kate Snow, Stephanie Spyker, MANDEM, Heather Stout, Chip Wagner, Ian Welch, Charity White, Theresa Yondo, Xue Jiao Yu, Kenneth Batista, Jennifer Milkey, Thomas Norulak, Katie Ott, Evian Zukas-Oguz, and Melissa McCloud.



CAN Journal, Brick Ceramic + Design Studio, Praxis Fiber Workshop, The Sculpture Center, TAP by Todd Pownell, Zygote Press Inc, Ohio Arts Council, The Fowler Family Foundation, The Cleveland Foundation and The George Gund Foundation.


Featured Artwork: “From the Museum of Biological Diversity 5384” by Ardine Nelson

About Our Juror:


The arts have been an integral part of Anthony Mastromatteo’s life for over 25 years. A Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from Princeton University in 1992 led to a five year position at Christie’s auction house in New York City in the American Paintings, 19th Century Paintings and Maritime Paintings and Objects departments. As his exposure to the art world expanded he began studying the practice of art after work at the Art Student’s League in New York City. In 1997 he made the transition to full-time art study at the Water Street Atelier, a school of art practice based on the methodology of the French Academy and the French atelier system of the 18th and 19th centuries, under the tutelage of Jacob Collins. In 2002 he finished his studies and made the transition to working as a professional artist. He has worked solely as an artist since that time. He currently has representation with galleries in New York City, Los Angeles and Cleveland.

Anthony currently resides with his wife and daughter, Stella and Alba, in Akron, Ohio.


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