Parma Art Scene
Prama Artspace & Gallery, located at 5411 Pearl Rd. The latest exhibit opened on April 22, 2022. A Common Denominator: Max A Denney +. Max A. Denney has had the good fortune to work with many great artists. This show features collaborative work and solo work. Artists in this show include, Adam Chollet (writer), Amy Crognale (water color), Brett Hill (painter), Wendy Means (drawing), David Curtis (musician), Neffie M. La La (drawing), Angela Funovits (photography), Sean Wheeler (painting), Samantha Vickers (mixed media) and Max A Denney. Per Denney his work “is informed by a relationship with a cosmic disorder. He’s called the "mystic man". I accept. cope, and manage my disorder successfully, with joy. The collaboration pieces are in real time, jamming sessions. call and response mailing tube gospel, and musical conversation. Big Love and Honor for the Master Artists who choose to dance with me.” Opening night the gallery was packed and a good time was had by all. Gallery openings are a fun way to start the weekend. View interesting original artworks, meet interesting people, free beverages and snacks are usually available, or shop the boutique for unique items priced reasonably. Shop local, shop often, support your local artists. Exhibit closes May 22, 2022.
Coming soon! Slain Nemo Exhibit May 27th to June 26th. Slain Nemo’s creations uses computer generated images, laser burns, and oil paint on canvas. His very precise work shows no visible brush strokes. His artistic creations are sacred geometric forms, surrealistic, Sci-Fi, Shamanistic, and linear. Opening night, May 27thwill be enhanced with music by Dee Deprator.
Sunday, April 24th, Prama Artspace & Gallery offered a four hour “Let’s Draw Flowers” event. It was a fun time making art with friends, old and new. They had some lovely spring flowers set up in vases and ready to draw, outdoors and inside. Attendees brought their own supplies. Follow Prama to watch for other fun events planned in the future.
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Call For Arts Instructors – The Parma Area Fine Arts Council is searching for artists of various mediums interested in teaching classes or workshops. Instructors are paid the going rate. If interested please send an email to email@example.com, with your contact information and the type of class and/or workshop you’d like to teach.
FREE WORKSHOP - Great Lakes Master Wood Carver, Laurie Sak will be teaching this workshop. There are only 12 spots for this FREE workshop sponsored by The Parma Area Fine Arts Council and The Great Lakes Wood Carvers. Brought to you in part by a Cuyahoga Country Art and Culture Grant. Held at the Donna Smallwood Center, 7001 W Ridgewood Dr, Friday afternoons, 12:30 to 2:30 PM May 6, 13, 21 & 27. Must be over age 18. Supplies are included.
Call Jane Zampedro at 440-885-1357, and reserve your space today as space is limited.
Board Secretary of Parma Area Fine Arts Council, Inc, or PAFAC, and Artist/Jewlery Designer, Owner Aire of Oppulence.