The Wehrle Art Gallery features collections and exhibits by ODU students and faculty as well as international and local artists. The gallery has free admission and is open to the public.
Opening: 1 to 3 p.m., Tuesday, April 8
Ohio Dominican will host the Award of Excellence in the Visual Arts competition run by the Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Ohio.
Maria Palmer, ODU senior and Fine Arts major, was a nominee. ODU Assistant Professor of Art Jessica Larva was a round one judge.
Read more about the AICUO Awards
May 3 to June 6Opening: 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, May 3
This exhibition is the capstone experience for all Art and Design majors at Ohio Dominican University. It highlights the variety of media and styles of our students.
November 14, 2013 to January 17, 2014
A native of Columbia, Eliana Calle-Saari creates reductive woodblock prints that explore memory, heritage and their interaction with the present.
September 27 to November 8, 2013
Jessica Larva, ODU’s assistant professor of Art, will have on exhibit works that explore the complex “gray” space between opposing or divergent concepts that exist in our lives, paralleled by the overlap of nature and technology.
August 15 to September 16, 2013
ODU’s Permanent Collection features important and influential artists such as Edward Potthast, Leo Stein and Salvador Dali.
April 27 to June 1, 2013
ODU Senior Fine Art and Graphic Design students will showcase their final thesis in this unique and inviting exhibition. Artwork will be displayed in the Wehrle Gallery and at satellite exhibition spaces on the Ohio Dominican University campus.
March 17 to April 12, 2013
As artists, we create objects and images according to the subject(s) we have concerns for, connections to or opinions about. Often the subject matter can range from the soul searching to the light-hearted; subjects can be strangely alien or highly recognizable. These ideas are expressed through analysis, the depth of thinking to the intensity of our practice and, in turn, these influences can impact formal approaches.
This cognitive interpretation alongside attentive perception is a vital process to the act of making art, which is expressed and translated in many ways. It dictates the form, which contributes to the overall meaning of the finished piece.
The subject matter has an enduring lineage in art history and explores contemporary themes, which then are illustrated and developed. For the viewer, the subject matter provides a balance of broad thinking and critical looking.
Monday - Friday, year round10 a.m. to 4 p.mFree admission
Wehrle HallOhio Dominican University1216 Sunbury RoadColumbus, OH 43219
Dr. Janette KnowlesDirectorWehrle Art Gallery