My studio gallery is my sanctuary. Even when I’m crazy busy, I feel a great sense of peace just being there. The Lake Erie Building aka Screw Factory was originally used in the early 1900’s as a Templar car manufacturing plant, a large collection of Templar cars are currently on display and can be viewed during artist open houses. It then became an actual screw factory, the name used by artists starting 25 years ago as parts of the building transitioned into artist studio spaces. The studios are flooded in light with high ceilings and a grand sense of space. I’m so grateful to be sharing a wing of the building with an amazing group of artists who are not only super talented and creative but are always there to support and inspire each other. I love my neighbors! Phyllis Fannin (who actually coined the name “Screw Factory Artists” 25 years ago), M.C. Nagel, Robert Durr, Anne Manley, Leah Gary, Martha Cliffel, Kristen Cliffel, and Sandy M.
I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting many of the amazing artists in Cleveland, and I am super grateful and happy to show work in my gallery by local artists Achala Wali, Leslye Discont Arian, Marti Higgens, Laurel Herbold, photographic artist Denise Gosciejew, bi-coastal photography by Jeff Amram and Mark Renaudin, and artist prints by Rachel Dawn Renaudin, Denise Gosciejew, and Marti Higgens.