The gallery has hosted dozens of exhibits featuring the work of local artists and students. The space is available for private and group shows, parties and meetings. For prices and availability call 614.449.8144
- A Passion for Fire
- All Greek..to me
- Tipping Point
- Vessels of Life
- PoP Goes the DaRkroom!
- Stitched & Stretched
- Temptress of the Sea
and Other Myths & Mysteries
- Sunrise Art Auction
- Karnak's Brood
- Labor of Love
- Progenitorial Transcendence
- ReBOOT: DEUX
- Sacred Vessels
- Deconstructing Self
- Follow the Brush
- They were older than me
- Small World
- Mind Trip
- Illuminating Art
- Freaky Deaky 2
- Red, White, and Pop Americana
- Zanesville Artist Showcase
- A MOMENT IN TIME:
THE SHANGHAI SERIES.
- Abx 1 Year
- REBOOT: ROZZI & MANNING @ gallery 831
- Outside the Transmogrifier
- Calor Latino Expressions in Colors
- Slow Tide
- Illuminating Art
- Creating Completeness
- Freaky Deaky
- Cultivating Growth
- Some Fun with Kelso Warner and Friends
- Fair Trade Nicaraguan Potter Exhibit
- Outside the Box
- Mirrored Dreams
- Beans & Bowls
- Lemonart Stand Craft Sale
- the mini SHINY SHOW
- Out of the Embers
- Second Clayspace Student Art Show
- Dirtsongs World Tour
- Crouching in Corners
- Cultivating Growth
- Selected Works
- carrots, bunnies, muffins & Rock N Roll
A Passion for Fire
An exhibition of work by ceramic artist Tom Radca
May 3- 31, 2013
Opening reception Friday, May 10, 6-9 pm
Expertly handcrafted in the artist’s rural Ohio studio, Radca’s trademark large scale designs are treasured for their marvelous depth of color and lusterous highlights. The warmth and splendor of Radca’s pieces are attributed to his carefully developed firing process- a process he calls “Painting with Fire”.
All Greek..to me
April 5-26, 2013
A gallery exhibition featuring the work of multi media artist Mona Gazala and minimalist sculptor Tom Kochheiser.
Mona Gazala is a mixed media artist who takes her inspiration from classical art and ancient civilization, pairing images from antiquity with text and/or materials that place the works unmistakably in the 21st century.
Tom Kochheiser is
a minimalist sculptor who
references Greek mythology for his subject matter and incorporates modern day found objects into his work.
An exhibition featuring work by ceramic artist
Deanna Poelsma and illustrator
March 8- March 29, 2013
Opening reception Friday, March 8, 6-9 pm
Straddling the lines of form versus function, art versus craft, standing versus falling... Not meant to hold…profound meanings but rather to show experimentation, life and growth.
Vessels of Life
A solo exhibition featuring the work of ceramic artist
February 8- March 1, 2013
Opening reception Friday, February 8, 6-9 pm
PoP Goes the DaRkroom!
COLLABORATIVE ART by
W. E. Arnold & Joss Parker
January 4- February 1, 2013
Closing reception Friday January 26, 4-8 pm
From the darkroom to the spotlight, the improbable collaborative artwork of W.E. Arnold and Joss Parker is a paradoxical love affair between two entirely different worlds, and the viewer is privileged to balance on the thread between them.
Arnold aggressively hunts for the authentic reality of his environment...His commitment to the aesthetics of traditional film and darkroom purity gives us a rich tapestry of gritty back alleys, luminous skylines, and urban realism.
Joss explores some of the world's iconic images with a glibness only found in Pop...
This union of... seemingly contradictory worlds that inhabit the same space touches something uniquely contemporary, which is perhaps why it works so damn well.
Music by Greg Hale
Stitched & Stretched
an exhibition featuring quilts by Prayers & Squares
and ceramics by John Bryan Community Pottery members
Prayers and Squares is a local group of quilters that works through First Community Church in Grandview. It is part of an international group that works through a variety of church affiliations to create quilts for individuals and groups that have requested prayers. They work with traditional and contemporary fabrics and designs and their work represents a broad spectrum of styles.
John Bryan Community Pottery is a non-profit facility located in Yellow Springs, OH. The studio has offered an extensive array of classes, workshops and studio rentals for over 30 years. JBCP provides opportunities for learning and working with clay to the Yellow Springs community and surrounding areas.
review by Melissa Starker
The Columbus Dispatch
Temptress of the Sea
and Other Tales of Myth and Mystery
featuring the art of W. Ralph Walters
and ceramics by Rothshank Artworks
November 9- 30, 2012
Sunrise Art Auction
Thanks to everyone who helped make our first fundraiser for Camp Sunrise a fun and successful event!
Friday, October 26, 6-9 pm
Gallery 831 presents
Sunrise Art Auction and clayspace student gallery show!
featuring ceramic art made at clayspace and fabulous art by local artists!
Beans & Bowls Sale
delicious homemade chili in handmade bowls for
$20 and you keep the bowl.
A solo exhibition by
October 5- 24
Local artist Kyle Boganwright skillfully weaves color and texture with a playful combination of watercolor, gouache, and other media to form a mélange of images that call forth basic human needs and emotions. His colorful illustrations embody messages of history, politics, social needs and the human condition.
Kyle was the winner of the 2009 Scholastic award for art & writing. He was chosen as one of the five most promising artists in the United States. He currently resides in Columbus and attends CCAD.
Labor of Love
A multi media exhibition celebrating September and local artists
September 7- 29
Featuring work by Joss Parker, W.E. Arnold, Sherry Simone, Chris Lucas, Robert Brostowski, Donna Estep, Julie Macala, Chelstin Ross, Brad Moyer, Todd Hickerson, Deanna Poelsma, Annie Shifley, Trevor Payne, Joe Marioth, Arlo Moon, Kay Jones, Eric Rausch, and Mark the Woodsman
by Sherry Simone
Red Hot Rosie
by Donna Estep
by Todd Hickerson
A solo exhibition by
July 27- August 26
closing reception Friday, August 24, 6-9 pm
This show was inspired by the human interactions that
influence us throughout our lives and the magnificent metamorphosis that we all experience on our journey.
Nice preview in Columbus Alive! by Jackie Mantey!
July 6- July 26, 2012
Following last year's successful ReBOOT which featured fabulous functional ceramics by Josh Manning & Mike Rozzi, ReBOOT: DEUX is a Tableware Invitational showcasing the work of the Studio Titans, a core group of potters established in 2007 in the ceramic studios at West Virginia University. Their work represents the broadest spectrum of functional ceramics. Artists include Josh Manning, Hona Knudsen, Aaron Anslow, Kyle Mcglothin, Andrea Denniston, Mike Rozzi, Justin Campbell, Josh Floyd, Kurt Teeter, and Nick Lammay.
new work by
June 29- July 23
Tony is an Oberlin, OH based painter. His work explores the relationship between inner and outer beauty, glamour and gore. His bold lines dominate the wood panels he works on. He balances solid black expressive lines with splashes of color that invite the viewer to explore the layers that
unfold before them. Tony has a unique style that is personal yet easy to identify with. This is a must see show!
a solo exhibition by
Bradley C. Birkhimer
May 25- June 23, 2012
"Sacred Vessels are based on an array of timeless utilitarian and lidded vessel forms...the show features fusional abstractions of pagodas, western utilitarian ceramics, and Christian temple motifs"
a solo exhibition by
May 11- 17
Friday, May 11, 6-9 pm
"The idea of construction and deconstruction is something I find very intriguing..."
FEATURING THE WORK OF
John Lee &
APRIL 27- MAY 4, 2012
April 28, Saturday
Follow the Brush features the work of Pittsburgh-based artist John Lee
and Columbus-based Rachel McFarlane. Both artists work in a similar manner, allowing the materials they use to influence the progress of each composition as it’s being made. Although each painting or assemblage may begin as a general idea, the final pieces are not predetermined. This process grants the artists the freedom to Follow the Brush, often to an unexpected destination.
They were older than me
a solo exhibit by
April 4-22, 2012
Friday, April 13, 6-9 pm
Sunday, April 22, 3 pm
The exhibition features an installation of over 100 hand formed bricks with images of the eyes of women who died on September 11, 2001 in the World Trade Center. Each brick represents a woman who, at the time of attacks, was older than the artist, but whom Polansky, a survivor of the attack, is now older than. In addition to the brick installation, the exhibition also contains nine 8ft columns of paper with text from the deceased women’s obituaries. The text, pulled from The New York Times, focuses on each woman’s unrealized potential while reflecting American values. “For me this work is a contemplation of the true loss that occurs when life is lost in a disaster. It is also a comment about the way idealization obscures individuality.”
by Christopher Braun
by Jackie Mantey
by Michael Grossberg
The Columbus Dispatch
a solo exhibit by photographer
Opening Reception Friday,
March 9, 6-9 pm
Seth was born & raised in small town Ohio. He studied Fine Art at Wright State University. In 2010 he became a trek leader for Intrepid, an adventure travel company. He traveled from coast to coast and shot thousands of photos of North America’s most beautiful scenery and vibrant cities. He displays and sells his photos in hopes that you might also be inspired and reminded of your own travel experiences.
a solo exhibition by Philmore Peterson V
February 10- March 2
Opening reception February 10, 6-10 pm
Closing Reception March 2, 6-9 pm
December 4- 31
Opening Reception December 4, 6-9 pm
The 3rd annual all member show will showcase recent works by GVAL artists at affordable prices for the gift-giving season. Give the gift of art this holiday season! All works are priced $300 and under and will be on display throughout the month of December.
Freaky Deaky 2:
strange art for strange people
October 22- November 4
We are bringing back our freaky group art show with the 2nd installment of this annual event with work by: Jeff Fernengle, Cyndi Bellerose, John Malta, Ryan Mowry, Rob W. Jones, Carolyn Slebodnik, James Quarles, Jon Stommel, Larry Doyle, W.E. Arnold, Adam Henderson, Justin Reese, Jason Mowry, Kent Gee, Grace Passerotti, Tony Trunzo, Joss Parker, Bijan Sharifi, Aaron Troyer, Todd Hickerson, Glenn Seabloom, Joe Marioth, Leigh Ann Sullivan, Andrew Lundberg, L'Andrae' Bradley, Elijah Funk, Lou McAfee, Salem Reese, Lisa M. McLymont, ...among others!
**with a ceramic studio demo with Justin Reese**
the Black Sail reunion group show
September 8 – September 16, 2011
Saturday Sept. 10, 7-10pm.
Dj and BYOB
Columbus based art group Black Sail is bringing their street style art inside to gallery831. We are excited about hosting such a unique exhibition!
Participating artists include Jon Stommel, John Malta, Travis Czekalski, Adam Henderson, John Hastings, James Quarles, Aaron Troyer, Bobby McManus, Jason Borders, Mike Marine, Robert Krumholtz, Michael Lovett and Bijan Sharifi.
Red, White and Pop Americana
a solo art exhibition by Joss Parker
July 12-31, 2011
Friday July 29, 6-9pm
The show features the iconic pop culture images in aerosol characteristic of Joss' work and some of his photography as well as photo pop collaborations with local photographer W.E. Arnold.
"I'm a modern American artist" - Joss Parker
Zanesville Artist Showcase
July 1-8, 2011
Opening reception July 2, 7-10 pm
A MOMENT IN TIME:
THE SHANGHAI SERIES.
June 13- 30
Artist talk Friday June 30, 7 pm
with acoustic sets by Greg Hale and Jack Via aka Silas Buckley
Local artist W.E. Arnold unveils his emotion-provoking images from "A Moment in Time: The Shanghai Series" at Gallery 831. Arnold does not construct his subject matter but rather goes hunting for it...His almost secretive, observatory approach to capturing these shots allows the viewer to truly experience the raw and very revealing reality that is modern day Shanghai.
Abx 1 Year Anniversary
May 16- 31
Artist Reception Friday May 27, 7-10 pm
featuring work by Abx members Peggy Mintun, Bethany Jozwiak-Butler, Jurate Phillips, Chelstin Ross, Todd Hickerson, David M. Morgan, Jay Moffett, Sherry Simone, Molly McNitt, Brad Moyer,
Special guests 'A House Ghost Liberation' featuring live music by RUMTUM and a projection installation by Adam Henderson in the loft above the gallery!
Saturday April 30
Sprout is a show for kids, by kids!
This interactive gallery show will feature artwork by students of the Columbus Artmobile, 5th Avenue International K-8 School and Columbus International HS.
Also on display will be decorative musical instruments made with found objects by the students of Freedom Trail Elementary led by Olentangy art teacher and local artist Rob Jones.
There will be a free workshop for guests to create their own works of art using found objects and recycled materials.
Local author Jason K. Burke, of A Lesson Learned series, will do a reading for the kids during the event!
REBOOT: ROZZI & MANNING @ gallery 831
April 8 - April 30
Opening reception April 8, 6-10 pm
Outside the Transmogrifier
featuring the work of ceramic artist
March 12- March 31
Saturday March 5
Cap City Creatives presents
Expressions in Colors
Saturday February 12 1-9
Reception 6-9 pm
An exhibition featuring the work of local Latino artists including
also featuring food, wine, & live Latin music
Opening Reception: Sunday, December 5, 6-8 pm
new encaustics by
Reception Friday November 12 6-9 pm
Opening Friday October 22
Freaky Deaky Art Show featured the artwork of John Malta, Cyndi Bellerose, W.E. Arnold, Lou McAfee, Joss Parker, Brittany Stigler, Ryan Mowry, Peggy Mintun, Ryan Orewiler, Larry Doyle, Jason Mowry, Jaime Hoff, Bethany Jozwiak-Butler, L'Andrae Bradley, and Todd Hickerson. The exhibit was on display through October 29 for the student art show and class party and the third annual Beans & Bowls event which was also hugely successful and lots of fun.
Opening on Labor Day 5-9pm
The third annual community art exhibit serves up a fresh batch of artwork. The theme is growth as observed by Columbus artists.
Some Fun with Kelso Warner!
& guest stars
Fair Trade Nicaraguan Pottery Exhibition
Reception 7-10 pm May 21
Hosted by OSU students travelling to Nicaragua in conjuction with Global Gallery
Come and witness the beauty of Nicaraguan pottery and learn about Fair Trade practices as well
Opening Friday, March 19
Outside the Box will feature raku fired ceramic boxes by clayspace artist Todd Hickerson. The exhibit will be on display through Sunday, April 18.
A Solo Art Exhibition by Robert P. Hutton
The gallery is proud to feature an exhibit by Ohio artist Robert P. Hutton with another opportunity to meet the artist on Sunday, January 17 at 2:30. The exhibit includes a series of ink and wash drawings, plus figurative terracotta sculptures. Hutton has exhibited nationally as well as regionally, including work in the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit, the National Academy of Design in New York, Springfield Museum of Art and a retrospective exhibition at the Huntington Museum of Art.
The second annual Beans & Bowls sale at clayspace
will be Friday, October 30 from 6:30-8:30 pm. The event will feature 4 kinds of delicious homemade chili served in beautiful hand made ceramic bowls for $20 and you can keep the bowl. The gallery will showcase the work done by students and resident artists done at clayspace over the fall session as well as the portraits of wildlife artist Sandy Reddig. Visitors will have an opportunity to glaze a piece to fire in the raku kiln or decorate a clay tile. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the new Grange Insurance Audubon Center on the Whittier Peninsula.
Mark your calendars for Friday,
August 14 from 6-8 pm. Clayspace is hosting a Lemonart Stand Craft Sale in the gallery featuring jewelry, ceramics, glass, and paper crafts made by local artists. Join us for home made refreshments on opening night. The sale will run through Thursday, August 27.
An exhibit featuring the vessels of ceramic
artists Qi Ming and Josh Manning.
Artist reception Friday May 1 from 7-9 pm.
April 10-28th, 2009
reception Saturday April 18th 6p-9p
A BA thesis exhibit by Lindsay Wootton, also
featuring works by Porter and Benjamin Lacy. Closing reception Friday the 13th, March 2009.
Saturday, March 7, from 6-9 pm clayspace is
teaming up with Pets without Parents to present a one of a kind event featuring an animal-themed gallery show and ceramic workshop with instruction on bowl making.
Appetizers and beverages will be provided by Max & Erma's German Village. A portion of the proceeds from art sales and workshops will go to benefit Pets without Parents.
Beginning this Saturday, November 29, the gallery will feature the work of OSU painting major Nancy Louer. There will be an artist reception in the gallery this Saturday, November 29 from 6-10 pm.
Curated by Deborah Correa, the exhibit features work by several artists.
Through August 26
selected works by Lindsay Rodgers, Rhiana Huff, and Emily Hutton
carrots, bunnies, muffins & Rock N Roll
By: Becky O'Rourke & Bobby Wildermuth
Check the photo gallery for pictures of our last show.