There Used to Be a Street, new work by Dana Oldfather Exhibit: Carnegie Center for Art and History
There Used to Be a Street, new work by Dana Oldfather November 14, 2020 – January 23, 2021 Opening House with the artist: Saturday, November 14, 2020, 1:00 – 4:00 PM Out of an abundance of caution, and to lessen the spread of COVID-19, we are requiring reservations for a 30-minute time slot to attend the Open House. A maximum of 20 guests will be allowed in the galleries at a time. Click on the button below to reserve your time slot.
The Carnegie Center presents a solo exhibition by Cleveland, Ohio based painter, Dana Oldfather. Oldfather has exhibited nationally in galleries and museums including Library Street Collective, Detroit, Zg Gallery, Chicago, Kathryn Markel Fine Art, New York, and The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown. She was awarded the William and Dorothy Yeck Award for Young Painters, two Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Awards, as well as residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and Zygote Press. Oldfather was twice featured in the New York Times and published in the book The Art of Spray by Lori Zimmer of Art Nerd New York. Oldfather’s work was recently exhibited at art fairs in Houston, Miami, Palm Beach, Jersey City and New York, including Art on Paper. Her paintings are internationally collected privately and can be found in many public and corporate collections in the US including the Pizzuti Collection with The Joseph Editions, Eaton Corporation, MGM International, The Cleveland Clinic, and the prestigious Progressive Art Collection. Dana Oldfather currently works and lives just outside Cleveland, Ohio, with her husband Randall and young son Arlo.