StudioKroner presents TOM OWEN
September 9-October 9, 2021
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 9, 5-9 pm
Studio Kroner is pleased to announce that Tom Owen will be our next featured artist, with a show of both two- and three-dimensional work entitled, “JUXTAPOSING DIMENSIONS” that runs from September 9 - October 9, 2021. The opening reception will be Thursday, September 9, from 5-9 pm.
Tom’s elegant abstractions are largely inspired by the lines and shapes of both urban and coastal landscapes, and may at times, reference both personal and political realities.
“Growing up gay in Middle America during the 1970s required compartmentalization, sublimation, restraint. These survival tactics are reflected in the subtle texture, layering, flat forms, and color found in this body of work. There was no “out loud and proud” in the small town where I lived. Being an out gay person today shapes my art, it does not completely define it. My art practice is influenced by minimalism and abstraction, particularly aspects related to nature, identity, and the subconscious.” —Tom Owen
Studio Kroner is pleased to be introducing, for the first time, a new body of Tom’s work, three-dimensional abstractions, shaped paintings of sorts that reflect the incongruity of modern life. We love Tom’s work and have been watching it evolve for the past several years. We’re excited to have him in the gallery for this month-long show.
StudioKroner presents JOHN METZ
July 1-31, 2021
Studio Kroner's first featured artist John Metz show, "BE STILL" had an amazing and successfulmonth run.
John creates colorful, sensitive, abstract paintings in Encaustic hot wax and in oil and cold wax that capture deep emotion and the ever-evolving beauty and mystery of nature. His paintings have incredible depth and he is a master at composition and color harmony.
We loved having John's work grace the walls of Studio Kroner and hope he will be back.
You can learn more about John at: johnmetzart.com
StudioKroner presents JOHN YOUNG
Wednesday, June 23, 6-8 pm
Cincinnati author John Young will read selections from "Fire in the Field," his new book of 16 stories. You’ll meet memorable characters who face ethical dilemmas, quiet moments of loss, and dramatic self-discovery.
Copies of the book will be available for sale and signing. You can learn more about John at johnyoungwriter.com