Art exhibit at the Farrell Foundation

David Jansheski’s large-scale, wood block and silk-screen prints are featured through November in a special exhibit at the Center for Artful Living, 26633 Detroit Road in Westlake, at the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation for Brain Health.

Jansheski (1954-2014), who studied and lived in Cleveland as well as in Minneapolis, Chicago and Santa Fe, completed artist residencies in New Zealand, the Philippines, and Scotland. His work demonstrates his keen interest in themes from architecture and nature to abstract forms and colors. He once said, “I pursued the gift that God gave me to the best of my ability” when listing his most significant accomplishment.

Jansheski’s work is displayed worldwide, including in a ceiling mural at the University of Illinois in Chicago called “The Sky Is Deeper than the Ocean.” The exhibit is in collaboration with the Community Foundation of Lorain County and the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation. Works are for sale and benefit both organizations.

The Center for Artful Living provides an opportunity for all to enjoy the artwork of a variety of professional artists from northeast Ohio, in a smaller and comfortable setting especially for individuals affected by cognitive brain health issues.

The Center and the exhibition are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Gail Norris

volunteer in communications for the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation

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Volume 14, Issue 21, Posted 10:14 AM, 11.01.2022