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**Art Showcase Opportunity at KwanHub:
Seeking December and 2024 Submissions**

Art Gallery Open Space

KwanHub in Westlake is delighted to extend an invitation for submissions to our 2024 Art Showcase. We are seeking a variety of artistic expressions to feature in our studio over the coming year. Each selected artist will be provided with a month-long exhibition space at no additional cost. Additionally, you have the opportunity to host your own opening reception in our venue, free of charge.

A nominal commission will be applied to artwork sold during your exhibit. This is an exceptional opportunity to present your art to a diverse and appreciative audience in Westlake. Interested in showcasing your talent at KwanHub? Please complete the form below to be considered for our 2024 calendar.

Apply here

Thank you! We’ll be in touch.

Ken Marshall

December '23featured artist

"I am a working artist in Westlake, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. 
After a lifetime of working as a graphic reporter and editor at major American newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, The Plain Dealer, The San Diego Union-Tribune, Dallas Morning News and Columbus Dispatch, I now have time to create my own work. And, boy am I doing a lot of it.
I graduated from The Ohio State University in 1969, with a BFA major in drawing, printing and graphics. Over the years, I moved from printmaking to painting, due to lack of access to a printing press. That situation was changed in 2017, when I once-again got access to printmaking facilities.
I am a member of the Ohio Plein Air Society. I also am an Associate Member of the Ohio Watercolor Society.
Almost everything is available for sale."

Check out Ken's exhibition at KwanHub during December, and learn more about the artist here



November '23featured artist

Lynne Shayko is a local artist who works in a variety of mediums, including acrylic, soft pastel, collage, photography, marker, and even rubber stamps. She has her bachelor’s degree in children’s book illustration and her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. Lynne worked as a mental health therapist for several years, specializing in art and poetry therapy, but is currently taking a break from that work and driving for Uber full-time. She is active in local artists’ groups “The Pretentious Cleveland Portrait Artists” and “The Walton Avenue Atelier.” Lynne has recently started taking the adult ballet class at KwanHub. She also enjoys hiking, birding, writing poetry, playing board games, and being active in her church. Lynne lives in Strongsville with her cat Wren. To learn more about Lynne please visit here


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