Stocker Arts Center Hosts Lorain County Printmakers Exhibition

Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center is hosting a Lorain County Printmakers Exhibition now through Friday, December 8. The show features five artists who have made their mark in Lorain County.

The printmakers include well-known influencers and teachers Paul Arnold, David Jansheski and Mary Owen Rosenthal, and the exhibit acts as a tribute honoring their legacies. The show also features the woodblock prints of Claudio Orso and etchings by Sean Crum, who teaches at LCCC and other locations in Lorain County.

Highlights include masterful woodblock prints from Arnold, formerly from Oberlin; lush mixed-media prints by Jansheski, formerly of Avon Lake; woodblock prints by Rosenthal, formerly of Oberlin; bold woodblock prints by Orso of Oberlin; and etchings by Crum of Avon Lake.

A portion of this exhibition will travel to Zygote Press in Cleveland in the spring.

Artist Claudio Orso works in the Beth K. Stocker Gallery during a printmaking exhibition.
Artists Claudio Orso demonstrates printmaking in the Beth K. Stocker Gallery.

All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public. The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is open during exhibitions Mondays through Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and by appointment. It is also open for many evening and weekend events.

Stocker Arts Center is located on the campus of Lorain County Community College at 1005 North Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio.

Stocker Arts Center Hosts Lorain County Printmakers Exhibition

Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center is hosting a Lorain County Printmakers Exhibition now through Friday, December 8. The show features five artists who have made their mark in Lorain County.

The printmakers include well-known influencers and teachers Paul Arnold, David Jansheski and Mary Owen Rosenthal, and the exhibit acts as a tribute honoring their legacies. The show also features the woodblock prints of Claudio Orso and etchings by Sean Crum, who teaches at LCCC and other locations in Lorain County.

Highlights include masterful woodblock prints from Arnold, formerly from Oberlin; lush mixed-media prints by Jansheski, formerly of Avon Lake; woodblock prints by Rosenthal, formerly of Oberlin; bold woodblock prints by Orso of Oberlin; and etchings by Crum of Avon Lake.

A portion of this exhibition will travel to Zygote Press in Cleveland in the spring.

Artist Claudio Orso works in the Beth K. Stocker Gallery during a printmaking exhibition.
Artists Claudio Orso demonstrates printmaking in the Beth K. Stocker Gallery.

All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public. The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is open during exhibitions Mondays through Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and by appointment. It is also open for many evening and weekend events.

Stocker Arts Center is located on the campus of Lorain County Community College at 1005 North Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio.

Stocker Arts Center Hosts Lorain County Printmakers Exhibition

Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center is hosting a Lorain County Printmakers Exhibition now through Friday, December 8. The show features five artists who have made their mark in Lorain County.

The printmakers include well-known influencers and teachers Paul Arnold, David Jansheski and Mary Owen Rosenthal, and the exhibit acts as a tribute honoring their legacies. The show also features the woodblock prints of Claudio Orso and etchings by Sean Crum, who teaches at LCCC and other locations in Lorain County.

Highlights include masterful woodblock prints from Arnold, formerly from Oberlin; lush mixed-media prints by Jansheski, formerly of Avon Lake; woodblock prints by Rosenthal, formerly of Oberlin; bold woodblock prints by Orso of Oberlin; and etchings by Crum of Avon Lake.

A portion of this exhibition will travel to Zygote Press in Cleveland in the spring.

Artist Claudio Orso works in the Beth K. Stocker Gallery during a printmaking exhibition.
Artists Claudio Orso demonstrates printmaking in the Beth K. Stocker Gallery.

All exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public. The Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery is open during exhibitions Mondays through Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and by appointment. It is also open for many evening and weekend events.

Stocker Arts Center is located on the campus of Lorain County Community College at 1005 North Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio.

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