Land Conservancy Hosts Staff Art Exhibit

An exhibit featuring artwork produced by Western Reserve Land Conservancy staff members will be on display through March 30 at the organization’s headquarters, 3850 Chagrin River Road, Moreland Hills.

Starting Tuesday, January 14, the exhibit will be open for viewing by the public during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. In addition, an opening reception is from 5:30-7:30 p.m. January 23; those interested in attending the reception should contact Kim Bihler at kbihler@wrlandconservancy.org or (440) 528-4162.

The exhibit will feature works in a variety of media, including watercolor, pastel, acrylic and oil painting, pen and ink, photography, wood carving and fibers. Participants are Paul Boehnlein of Newburgh Heights, Dennis Bower of Chagrin Falls, Kendrick Chittock of Gates Mills, Laura Jordan of Chatham Township, Elizabeth Mather of Cleveland Heights, Keith McClintock of Hambden Township, Joy Mulinex of Kirtland Hills, Lisa Pasquale of Cleveland, Kate Pilacky of Oberlin, Amy Reed of University Heights, Brett Rodstrom of Concord Township and Ken Wood of Brunswick.

The nonprofit Land Conservancy has preserved 533 properties and 38,494 acres in northern and eastern Ohio. In addition, its Thriving Communities Institute has helped create 16 county land banks across Ohio. The organization opened its Moreland Hills headquarters, adjacent to Forest Ridge Preserve, a year ago.

Photo information: The show’s logo, designed by Elizabeth Mather, incorporates the featured artwork with the Land Conservancy’s sunburst insignia.

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