Cleveland Art

BEING: Photography by Rebecca Groynom

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Loftworks Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “BEING,” an exhibition of photographs by Rebecca Groynom, on April 6, 2018 from 5:30pm to 9:00pm at 1667 East 40th Street, Suite 1A in Cleveland.

“[Being is] the nature or essence of a person. A common sense of BEING, no matter how varied our journeys through life.”

Rebecca Groynom produces digital and film photography, working mainly in black and white. She uses photography to document her world, creating images of fleeting moments. Whether it be a stranger’s glance or a serene moment in an urban or natural setting, she brings to the forefront the images that capture her attention at that moment.

Groynom travels throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia documenting the people and places that shape her experiences. Her work has been showcased in solo gallery exhibitions locally in Cleveland, in addition to juried competitions in Manhattan, Los Angeles, and Portland.

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Space is a Doubt

Space is a Doubt

Loftworks Gallery presents a collection of artwork from Mille Guldbeck, entitled "Space is a Doubt". Featuring textures and soft colors from works created while in Iceland and Finland she transforms space into something quiet and beckoning. Consider space, surface, and texture with us during the last of the winter months. We welcome you to meet Guldbeck and see her pieces during the opening on March 3rd from 5:30-9:00 pm. Loftworks Gallery will continue to display "Space is a Doubt" from March 3- March 18, 2018 during gallery hours or by appointment. 

Currently a full professor of painting at Bowling Green State University, Guldbeck completed her MFA at the University of Iowa in 1995. Prior to that time she lived and worked in both Denmark and the former Yugoslavia developing sensibilities that continue to inform her work. As a painter and printmaker, Guldbeck’s work seeks to exploit conditions of visual and psychological indeterminacy. The work explores the complicated relationships of ordering and our need to make sense out of very complex, non-hierarchical systems.

Recent exhibitions include Artemisia Gallery and Melanee Cooper Gallery in Chicago, University of Northern Iowa, Samuel Morse Museum and Historic Site in New York and Toyahashi Museum in Japan.